Kay Korchnak (They/She)
Talks covered by this speaker
Reframing "Coming Out" into "Letting In"
Categories covered by Kay
About this Speaker
Kay (they/she) is currently an academic auditor at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Before joining the University of Michigan, they taught middle school math and science in Ann Arbor, MI. Apart from being a teacher she also served as Director of Remote Learning. They were in education for 14 years and have also taught 7th and 8th grade science in Albany, NY and 8th grade science in Louisville, KY. While in Louisville she also served as science department chair for a pre-K to 12 independent school. As an educator, they also focused on working with students to discover who they are as a person, build their social and emotional intelligence, and how to foster healthy friendships. They also worked as an advocate for LGBTQ+ students in the learning community. Kay also serves on the board of directors of the Andrus Family Fund and is the current co-chair of the board. In the greater community Kay organizes events for nonbinary people in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti with an emphasis of building connections between a traditionally isolated population of people. Outside of work Kay enjoys traveling, nature photography, and collecting old video game systems. They also enjoy spending time with her two cats Magnolia and Louie.