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Kayla Lamrock

Her dad served for 24 years as an infantry soldier and completed 7 tours.  At 12 she began volunteering for the Meaford Military Family Resource Centre and opened a drop-in centre for teens.  She has since been volunteering and working for Military Family Resource Centres in Meaford, Toronto, London and Halifax.  These experiences lead her to complete her Early Childhood Education at Fanshawe College.  With great passion for military families, Kayla has continued her education at the University of Western Ontario in Family Studies and Sociology.  In 2011 she began volunteering with OSISS, an organization that provides peer support for members and families that struggle with Operational Stress Injuries.  She has participated in a variety of public speaking engagements and community outreach actions in support of military families and mental health.     

As the daughter of a soldier, the joys and struggles of being a military family are close to my heart.  My dad served for 24 years as an infantry soldier and completed 7 tours.  At 12 years old I started to notice how evident my personal military identity was becoming so I started volunteering at the Meaford Military Family Resource Centre and opened a drop-in centre for teens.  Since then I have been volunteering and working for Military Family Resource Centres in Meaford, Toronto, London and Halifax.  These experiences lead me to complete my Early Childhood Education at Fanshawe College.  However, due to my passion for military families I decided to continue my education at the University of Western Ontario in Family Studies and Sociology.  In 2011 I began volunteering with OSISS, an organization that provides peer support for members and families that struggle with Operational Stress Injuries and have enjoyed participating in a variety of public speaking engagements and community outreach actions in support of military families and mental health.