Kayla Dunn is a Nevada transplant who moved to Idaho for work related reasons. She moved from a small patriotic town in Nevada.
Kayla has always been passionate about education. Raised by a single mother, Kayla grew up in poverty and in a dysfunctional home. She dropped out of school due to her living circumstances. She eventually went back to school and went on to graduate college. Kayla understands hard work and what it means to achieve the American dream.
Kayla Dunn has been a political activist and education advocate for over 10 years. She fought against common core, along with high stakes testing that collected data on children. She led many grassroots movements to include a governor recall effort.
While living in Nevada, she helped get out the vote by door knocking and poll watching. When she moved to Idaho, she assisted to identify and train school board candidates. Kayla led and organized healthcare workers to help form the group that is now known as Take a Stand Now. She rallied and motivated thousands of healthcare workers in order to assist them in fighting for their right to exercise informed consent.
Kayla loves working with children, especially disadvantaged youth. She worked as a substitute teacher predominately at Title 1 schools, and was also a private tutor. She holds an associates degree in management and a bachelors of science degree in Business and marketing.
Kayla currently lives in Idaho with her spouse, their 5 children and two dogs. She is happily married to a Navy Veteran who is a Texan who has deep roots in farming and ranching. She helps her children run a bakery business and serves as a parental rights and education advocate.