Member, serving on the Board since 2019
Since moving to Alaska in 2012, Kenny has spent his time working in the rural communities throughout the southern Kenai Peninsula. An advocate for strengthening support networks for youth, Kenny became involved with KBFPC to support local schools and to help contribute to the Clinic’s community outreach and education programs.
Kenny is dedicated to enhancing and growing KBFPC’s R.E.C. Room and Peer Educators. His work with ProjectGRAD has brought him connections with youth throughout the region and given him a broad understanding of the need for equity in education – including reproduction health education. Kenny is committed to strengthening relationships between KBFPC’s youth programs and the communities of the southern Peninsula.