Kaylee Thomas – Point of Service Specialist for the Center for Healthy Living
Kaylee Thomas is the friendly voice patients rely on when calling TOBH, offering patients friendly assistance in whatever capacity is necessary. Her welcoming smile, cheerful tone and helpful guidance make her an integral member of their care team.
Kaylee Thomas was found unresponsive by day care provider Jessica Cherry of Norfolk, Virginia last August in her own home. Police claim a Ring camera captured reflections off a television screen showing Cherry covering Kaylee’s nose and mouth with her hands.
Early Life and Education
Kaylee Thomas grew up in a family that valued hard work and an entrepreneurial mindset. Her father owns a roofing and construction company and from an early age exposed her to its business operations. Kaylee possesses strengths such as responsibility, achiever, discipline and discipline which have contributed to her success in life.
Studies that employ various methodologies have established strong, lasting links between early life conditions and important indicators of wellbeing across life span. This association remains even when controlling for demographic and socio-cultural variables.
These findings indicate that policies targeting early life environments could be an effective means of improving individual wellbeing and national economic performance. A number of existing programs exist that aim to do just this, providing low-income new parents with regular home visits from program-trained paraprofessionals, nurses or child development specialists; some even feature randomization experiments for further causal evaluation.
Kaylee Thomas boasts an impressive resume. Her experience encompasses teaching, account management and sports hospitality management professional services; currently employed with Exp Realty Llc.
Thomas began her athletic career as a multi-sport star at her high school, excelling at basketball, field hockey and lacrosse before earning a scholarship to Merrimack when she was still in middle school.
She has competed in luge competition, winning her the opportunity to train at USA Luge’s Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid. However, she decided instead to focus on basketball full-time at Merrimack and is currently a junior. Additionally, she works at The Outer Banks Hospital as a Point of Service Specialist since April 2019 where she earned Employee of the Month honors in June 2020.
Achievement and Honors
Kaylee Thomas has earned numerous honors as a nursing student. Most notably, in 2018 she won the LeCoMASE Scholarship for junior nursing students – this awarded an extra thousand dollars towards tuition costs.
Western New England University newspaper, The Westerner, featured her reporting skills; additionally she earned third-place honors at Speaker Sisterhood’s 17th annual media festival with her radio report that won third place honors. She enjoys learning new things while building meaningful relationships.
She is part of the Honors Program, offering courses with discussion-based assignments and deeper dives into fascinating topics. With a strong work ethic and love of real estate and sports management, she hopes one day to run her own business.
Kaylee Thomas, point service specialist of the Center for Healthy Living has been honored as employee of the month for June. Kaylee exemplifies team spirit every day as she ensures patients receive exceptional care – something she went above and beyond in doing when helping the hospital during pandemic season.
Before joining Merrimack Volleyball Club, North Chelmsford native Melissa Lee earned a name for herself sliding across ice at high speeds. Her first experience in luge came at an open tryout event called Slider Search event near her school during school closing time for Slider Search event; eventually choosing basketball over luge when joining Team USA during her freshman season with Warriors; since then earning both bachelor’s degree in consumer sciences and master’s in sports hospitality management degrees.
Kaylee Thomas has established herself as an exceptionally hard-working individual over time, leading her to great success in television as Ivy Dickens on Gossip Girl.
Thomas remains relatively low-key when it comes to her personal life, keeping details about her romantic life private while only sharing photos with her sisters on social media.
She is the youngest daughter of Kazembe Ajamu Coleman and Claire Stoermer Coleman, with an older sister Zendaya (an actress and singer known for her striking resemblance). They often appear together at public events together as close companions who always support one another.