KAY is a born and raised West Seattleite of Washington State. She has served in social/human services for 10+ years, working with both children of all ages and adults from all backgrounds. She has held many positive roles in non-profit organizations. Kay has also worked in the education field with children from daycare services to providing paraprofessional services within RSD, ILC/ASD program. She has 6 years’ experience with at-risk youth as a former case-manager for juveniles in the criminal justice system as well as being an at-risk youth herself. She pursued her career in the field of criminal justice with a BA in Public Administration in hopes to be the next female Al Sharpton fighting social injustices or will settle for becoming a statistic analyst in government organization. She’s a mother of two boys (13 & 8) in which she holds high standards when it comes to education. She comes to CIS in hopes to return the favor back to youth and providing restoration in areas necessary for future success. She singlehandedly hopes to positively impact and touch the lives of the youth one by one. Her biggest passion is helping people, it gives her something to look forward to.

She enjoys reading, listening to music, drinking tea, Saturday morning walks, binge watching shows, gardening, crocheting, and going on adventures with her family. Her favorite color is pink and she loves unicorns. Her favorite educational subject is history/social studies