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Keyma Kitchens

Donor & Prospect Data Manager

Keyma Kitchens is the Donor and Prospect Data Manager for the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD). She is responsible for the entry and management of all donor information maintained in the NCLD database.

Keyma earned her B.A. in Media and Communications from the City College of New York and is in the process of finishing her M.A. in Public Relations at Iona College. Over the last decade, she has held public relations and marketing roles in various industries; however, after landing a position as a development assistant at a not-for-profit in 2012 she realized her desire to be a part of something greater would keep her in the not-for-profit sector.

Most recently, Keyma was the Development Database Administrator at the Ramaz School. There she helped to manage their database of parents, alumni, students and grandparents.

From the policy blog

Experts Weigh In: Lessons on Self-Advocacy & Personalized Learning

Written by NCLD Policy Team | 2 weeks ago

For the past year, we have been exploring how self-advocacy skills and self-determination play a role in personalized learning.  Self-advocacy skills allow students to advocate and communicate their rights and needs. Having self-advocacy skills is one thing that can lead to self-determination: an individual being empowered to actively make choices about their education and their … Continue reading Experts Weigh In: Lessons on Self-Advocacy & Personalized Learning

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