“Inclusion means creating spaces where we are all safe, accepted, and valued as our truest selves.”
Carrie Sandys has over ten years of experience working with diverse populations of youth in varied settings. She has extensive experience developing curriculum and leading after-school classes, working at school-age programs, teaching in-classroom enrichment subjects for school districts and home study charter students, working with faith communities, caring for youth at a foster home facility, and leading summer camps with youth ages 0-18. Seeing the ability in every child and providing the support to help each child thrive has been a passion that guided her experiences. She has her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Point Loma Nazarene University and a teaching credential from San Diego State University. She brings her administrative experience working at non-profits and childcare centers and problem-solving skills to the KIT team. In her free time, Carrie loves spending time outside with her two young children, and volunteers as a surf therapy mentor with Groundswell Community Project.