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Kesia Hatcher is the founder and CEO of Hatching House Mentoring Services, Inc. Kesia is a native of Louisville, Kentucky who has several years of experience living in, growing with and servicing the community around her. She founded Hatching House Mentoring Services, Inc. in November 2017 with the hopes of creating a supportive, uplifting and encouraging environment for scholars with learning specialties and those who have had Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
It is her belief that when scholars who have been affected by Adverse Childhood Experiences are mentored at an early age there is a better chance of closing the many gaps that create these disparages. By interceding and rerouting their courses early on, those adverse effects can be counteracted immediately and those scholars, who would otherwise struggle to nurture their greatness, are given the opportunity to thrive individually as well as collectively within their community and in educational settings.
Kesia herself grew up with learning specialties that could have defined her academically had it not been caught early on by a keenly observant educator who had a true passion for what she did. Mrs. Hatcher received the educational guidance she was lacking and as a result, she now holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the University of Louisville, as well as a Master’s degree in Public Health Education from Purdue University.
Additionally, Mrs. Hatcher is equipped with a knowledgeable background in healthcare, including mental health, as well as a plethora of youth program implementation experience. Her vision included a curriculum that was developed and designed to teach life-changing skills that would also include goal setting and instruction on how to reach those goals. It is structured, specific and incorporates emotional intelligence elements at the early stages of development to equip children with tools to process emotions properly.
This program is designed to engage children from the beginning, starting at daycare and following them throughout their academic career into young adulthood. The desired outcome being matriculation to post-secondary education and giving back to the organization and community at large. It takes great commitment to take charge of nurturing differences in order to stimulate growth among the scholars she is connected with but Kesia Hatcher is up to the challenge. Her and her team are the individuals to get the job done.