Kayla provides trauma-informed aftercare and works as an advocate for survivors in the court system.
Kayla received her Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology at the University of Tennessee at Martin. While doing her internship with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, she learned more about human trafficking going on in our very own state. After graduation, she spent two years working with underprivileged children at a Nashville non-profit. Here, her passion to help and empower others flourished. Kayla is grateful for the opportunity to be able to serve the women at End Slavery Tennessee and walk with them through healing and recovery.
Kayla loves to spend her free time exploring the greenways of Nashville with her dog, Aspen. She also enjoys hitting up a Barre3 class, kayaking, and trying new coffee shops with friends.