As deputy director for Educate Texas' College and Career Readiness, Kenya provides technical support to designated STEM schools, Early College High Schools, and Pathways in Technology and Industry Cluster/Innovative Academies schools across Texas.
Prior to joining CFT in 2018, Kenya served as a science/STEM specialist in Lancaster ISD. She helped develop STEM programs in three districts and trained teachers and administrators nationwide. Kenya worked as a physical therapist before becoming a teacher. She has taught biomedical science, biology, physics and chemistry in Dallas ISD, Uplift and Lancaster ISD.
Kenya holds a bachlor's degree in physical therapy from Florida A&M University and a master's in education administration from Grand Canyon University.
Community Leadership / Board ServiceKenya is a native Dallasite and was selected as a Hidden Figure DFW in February 2017.
Favorite Aspect of CFT
"Having the foundational support to scale the work I love doing."
"Success is a science; if you have the conditions, you get the result."
— Oscar Wilde