Community Resource Specialist
Krysta Gougler-Reeves joined the Center for Child and Family Policy in February 2017 as the community resources specialist for the Durham Connects/Family Connects program. She received her Master in Social Work and Master in Public Health from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in December 2016, where she completed internships at the Center for Child and Family Policy as well as the Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities.
Gougler-Reeves previously worked as a program coordinator for a nonprofit supporting individuals with developmental disabilities; tutored teens during a four-month internship in Freetown, Sierra Leone; and conducted marketing and event planning for a domestic violence agency. While originally from Ohio, she made Durham home in 2010, and looks forward to partnering alongside the Durham community to improve maternal and child health.