ITAT members were informed that ITAT will no longer stand for "Island Teens Against Tobacco," but instead will stand for "Island Teen Advocacy Team". This is to reflect our positive, growing influence over all areas of health, not just opposition to one harmful institution.
Westlake ITAT members were asked to create personal mission statements this month. They created guidelines for themselves to help them to realize their most heartfelt desires and versions of themselves. Using their own words as rules, they create independence while maintaining positive structure. Students were asked to share and were shown how their own personal goals have no place for tobacco, harmful drugs, or other unhealthy habits.
Kaysha works as a Health Educator at the Southwest Utah Public Health Department, and is the Co-Advisor for Washington County Youth Coalition (WCYC), and Southwest's ITAT. Kaysha obtained her Bachelors in Psychology from Southern Utah University. She lives in Washington, Utah with her husband and 5 children. Kaysha loves working with teens, hiking, concerts, mexican food, laughing, and is passionate about humanitarian service.
at Liberty Park (600 E 900 S, Salt Lake City)