KD, Co-Founder | Executive Director
KD Harris has served for the past 35 years as a scholar-practitioner-activist with a practice centered around the advancement of social and educational justice for marginalized learners. KD serves as the Co-Founder/Executive Director of the social impact non-profit, Let's Talk LD. Let's Talk LD provides student advocacy, parent education, and professional training and development services designed to improve outcomes for individuals who are neurodiverse. In addition, Let’s Talk LD produces one of only a few full-day annual post-secondary transition conferences in the nation that is designed and produced specifically for neurodivergent learners.
As a parent of two neurodivergent adult children and the wife of a neurodivergent man, KD recognizes how critically important post-secondary attainment is for individuals with hidden disabilities. Her activism and passions lie in improving postsecondary education, employment, and civic engagement outcomes for those who are neurodivergent. KD completed two bachelor’s degrees at the University of Southern California, graduate work in Education Policy at the University of Southern California, and graduated magna cum laude with a master’s degree in Media & Communications Psychology from Touro University Worldwide. A passionate scholar-practitioner-activist, KD is currently pursuing doctoral studies in Educational Leadership at California State Polytechnic University Pomona. Her research interests include Youth Participatory Action Research (Y-PAR), the Social-Affective Development and Disability Identity Formation of ND Individuals, College and Career Planning/Transition of ND Individuals, and Post-Secondary Civic Engagement of ND Individuals.