Kaysha graduated from Southern Utah University where she studied Psychology and Family Studies. With a passion for mental health and families, she started her career in Prevention. She specifically worked with the teenage population advocating for substance and suicide prevention at the local, state and national level. She has worked with city governments, county commissions, state representatives and senators. However, her favorite part of this field was guest speaking in numerous High Schools.
Kaysha found the Admissions and Outreach world in 2017, and feels she has found her place! She has thoroughly enjoyed working closely with families, as they step into this healing journey. She is passionate about listening and assisting parents with compassion and patience. She believes strongly in this work, and the path it provides in helping others find their life worth living.
Kaysha lives in Southern Utah, with her awesome husband, and their five busy kids. As a family, they enjoy camping and the outdoors, trips to NYC, rock concerts, every sport possible, and taco Wednesday nights. Kaysha also loves Harley rides, comedy, travel, and most of all Humanitarian Work. She has served in orphanages in Thailand, Peru, and Mexico.