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About the Speaker 

Kate Reyes

Kate is a proud 2009 St. Louis alumna. She earned her Bachelor's degrees in International Political Studies and Spanish. She also earned her Master’s degree in Nonprofit and Civic Leadership. As a CM and alum teacher, Kate taught K-8 Spanish, Reading and Writing for 5 years. She was a co-recipient of the 2011 TFA-STL Rob Gubitz Award for co-founding INSPIRE STL. She also served as a Learning Community Leader in STL and a Corps Member Advisor at the 2011 & 2012 Chicago Institutes. In 2014, Kate joined the regional Rio Grande Valley (RGV) TFA team as an MTLD. She was also the Director, Alumni Affairs in the RGV. In 2018, Kate joined the national alumni team with TFA to support career work and user support.

In the time since then, she has earned her Certified Career Services Provider certification from NCDA and completed DEI trainings like How to Hold Whiteness Responsibly. She was also a DEI Facilitator for the 2020 Virtual Summer Teacher Training here at TFA. Additionally, Kate worked as a Financial Aid Counselor at MSU for first-gen students & recipients of the Pell Grant. As a graduate student, she was the graduate assistant for International Support Services. Outside of work, Kate chairs the local VOICES Committee at the Greene Co. Family Justice Center, volunteers with La Leche League & dances baile folklórico with Grupo Latinoamericano (alongside her 7 year old daughter). She lives in Springfield, MO with her husband Jorge (who is originally from Peru) and daughter Alba Linda.