Kyle Lane (she/her) is the program manager at Sound Discipline, which involves working with schools and community organizations to develop, coordinate and schedule program, as well as support our facilitators. She also helps manage our evaluation process.
Kyle has had a passion for social justice work from a young age. She volunteered at her local crisis hotline, been a private caretaker, and interned at the Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights in Glasgow, Scotland. After a stint in the technology sector as a customer service administrator, Kyle returned to where her heart truly lies in community work, leading her to Sound Discipline.
Kyle has a Bachelor’s in sociology from University of California Santa Cruz and a Master’s in public policy, with a racial equality focus from the University of Edinburgh. She originally hails from the south Bay Area and currently resides in Shoreline. If she is not creating something in the kitchen, you can find her wanderlusting, adventuring outside or hunting for good Mexican food.
What are people most surprised to learn about you?
I’m a huge trivia nerd.
What’s your favorite thing to do outside of work?
Cooking and baking, yoga, traveling, hiking and camping, getting engrossed in a good book, pretending to be able to sing, spending time with friends and family, and catching glorious sunsets.
What drew you to Sound Discipline?
I was drawn to Sound Discipline and its focus on rooting out racial inequities within the education system. I was also really fascinated by the trauma-informed practices at the center of our trainings. I love being part of an organization that is working to make a social impact and the learning opportunities that come with it.