Kayla B. earned a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Boston University, where she also minored in American History and studied pre-law. In her time at Boston University, Kayla wrote many research papers on a variety of topics, from the physical effects of mental illness on the brain to Civil War marching songs. She also completed many scientific research papers in her psychology studies, including drafting a formal research paper on the effects of media advertising on the body image and self-esteem of college students. Kayla also prepared various written legal arguments during her academic studies.
Outside of academics, Kayla interned at Bad Habit Productions, a theatre company, where she completed a dramaturgy packet for a professional performance. This packet included research on the historical, social, and political background of the play's setting, which helped the actors develop their characters and helped the director prepare for the performance. She also interned at The Women's Center, where she wrote various announcements and flyers for the Center.
For two years, Kayla worked for a mobile technology market research firm, where she drafted client correspondence on a daily basis and assisted with creating content for formal presentations and white papers. Kayla has also written a formal report for the company regarding the mobile tablet industry.
Kayla now works for a STEM education company in the marketing department. Her daily work includes drafting blog posts and press kits as well as preparing outreach materials, social media strategy, and other marketing materials.
In her free time, Kayla contributes to a fashion blog run by a small group of young women. The aim of this blog is to help people dress appropriately for certain occasions (such as weddings or job interviews) as well as develop a personal style. Kayla was recently given the title of "Valued Advice Giver" on the blog.