Domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse.
Social work, particularly domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse, as well as politics.
Kylie obtained a degree in Social Work with a minor in Political Science from Northwestern Oklahoma State University. She graduated with a 3.82 GPA, and was a member of the school's student social work group.
Kylie has worked in social work, specifically in the field of domestic violence and sexual assault for two years. She held a position as a victim's advocate, and also assisted in running a non-profit facility for victims of abuse. Her major responsibilities were connecting clients with resources, speaking with them about their needs, and helping empower those women to become strong and independent. She was also responsible for documenting all contacts with her clients, and ensuring documentation was correct for auditing by state office.
Kylie has never worked in the political field, but has had the opportunity to complete an internship with the state senate. She has always held interest in politics, and has followed them closely through many news outlets. Kylie's writing experience in politics is mostly limited to what she wrote for her political science classes in college.
Aside from collegiate work required for graduation, Kylie has been limited to social media outlets in expressing her opinions with writing. Kylie's Facebook account contains extensive information regarding both global and domestic US politics, as well as state politics. She has also written posts related to domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse.