Kyla is a BCI 2012 alumna and is thrilled to be back in the place that sparked her love and hunger for the Jewish community. Judaism and spiritual expression run deep in Kyla's bones, and she loves creating space for young adults to discover what being Jewish means to them. Kyla loves to lean into the uncomfortable, the ugly, the delightful, and the ecstatic in all that life will inevitably offer us. Professionally, she is a public speaker and workshop facilitator on the topics of generational loneliness and emotional intelligence. Personally, she is much more than that. You can usually find her in deep conversations, crying happy tears over a really cute dog or really juicy fig, or stretching and making strange accompanying sounds.