State Independent Living Council
Council Member: Kayla Victor
Building Professional Relationships
Kayla brings over 25 years of experience to the business of developing, implementing and managing successful projects. Whether working with small, two-person partnerships or Fortune 500 companies, Kayla provides both practical and professional experience to guide her clients through the inherent challenges of project management. Kayla helps companies produce the positive outcomes they seek by identifying opportunities, building and cultivating professional relationships, fostering cooperation and designing programs designed to produce positive outcomes. Industries and areas where Kayla has applied her skills include:
• Health Care • Government Affairs • Entertainment • Food & Hospitality • Business Development • Marketing • Project Management
Kayla uses an integrated, strategic approach to unite people with mutual interests and objectives. Her guidance has helped companies and individuals cultivate and develop relationships into lasting and productive partnerships, which grow more effective, respected and credible over time.
Most recently, Kayla was appointed by Washington State Governor Jay Inslee to serve on the Council for Independent Living. In her ongoing effort to facilitate effective, meaningful communication and create avenues for meaningful change, Kayla serves in various capacities on several volunteer and advisory board, which include: president-elect for the Portland Chapter of Elevate Network, the Oregon Bioscience Association Annual Conference committee, the International Prisoner’s Family Conference committee, Breast Friends and Sisters Network‑Portland, the One in Four Chronic Health Board, Ambassador for the Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce and is a graduate of the FBI Citizens Academy.Previously, Kayla was a hands on board president who helped restructured a $4.5 million “Camp for Kids with Disabilities” facility - 501(c) (3) non-profit.