Kayla is a Maryland native who got her first shot in radio at a local station in Roanoke, Virginia. She graduated from Liberty University in 2016 with a degree in Digital Media Performance, then got the rare opportunity to dive head first into the career of her dreams. Kayla, known as KT to her followers, has a vibrant, sassy and fun personality. When she's not talking it up on the radio she's either making YouTube videos, traveling, working out or going on some crazy adventure with her friends. But Kayla's favorite place to be is anywhere with a microphone in front of her. She strives to use her platform for more than just talking about the latest gossip and celebrity news. She makes it her goal to not only inspire, also motivate and encourage… but to befriend her listeners, even if it's just one. "I want to be a breath of fresh air to each and every person who hears my voice."
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The statue located across from City Hall was graffitied and vandalized during protests over the past weekend.
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N.J. Towns Closing Down Streets to Accommodate for Outdoor Dining
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If You are Uncomfortable Right Now, That is a Good Thing – Kayla’s Personal Reflections
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City Forms “Bring a Broom Philly” to Help Clean After Protests
After multiple nights of rest in Philly, many people came out to help with recovery.
Philadelphia Target Temporarily Closes Amid George Floyd Protests
Over the weekend Philadelphia experienced protests and riots unlike ever before.
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Pride Month is Going Virtual This Year Due to COVID-19
Will you watch the online ‘Global Pride’ celebration?