Meet Keila, our new Women’s Reentry Assessment Program (WRAP) Coordinator. Keila graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in social work from Appalachian State University in North Carolina.
Keila’s passion for social work began during her time in youth ministry when she worked in a prison, providing services for both men and women.
In 2019, she moved back to Chester County to be closer to her family. Upon her return, she worked as an Emergency Assistance and Housing Stability Advocate.
Her commitment to serving the community is reflected in her favorite quote by Bryan Stevenson, “Each of us is more than the worst thing we have ever done.” Keila believes that everyone deserves a second chance and works tirelessly to help those in need.
In her free time, you can find Keila baking up tasty treats and crafting with her daughters. She also enjoys dining out at restaurants with off-beat cuisines and loves to try the wildest item on the menu.
Her expertise in social work and her passion for helping others make her an asset to the team.