World cultures and peoples have fascinated Kailee her entire life. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Global Studies from Arizona State University with minors in History and Women and Gender Studies. After that, she taught English to children of all ages in Italy and China. Originally from Boston, she relocated to Scotland for a Postgraduate Diploma in History focusing on the religious, cultural, and gender aspects of the Middle Ages.
Kailee has always had a keen eye for creativity, visual design, social media, and marketing. A big part of her passion is how inclusive and accessible communication sparks relationships, networks, and innovation. Growing up as a volunteer Sunday School teacher, she learned about her own faith while striving to ensure each student was able to express their own connection. She previously worked as an Inclusion Program Coordinator, focusing on youth engagement, disability rights, Indigenous rights, and gender equality. Kailee is dedicated to advocating for rights-based justice, intersectionality, and the empowerment of people. Her favourite pastimes include reading, listening to music (too loudly), and cooking vegan foods. An avid traveller, often alone, she loves meeting new people and exploring the world’s cultures.