Kaley heads up community engagement for the Lake Nona Institute. She plays a key role in educating the community about the scientific research being conducted in Lake Nona’s Living Lab and inspires community members to become active participants in various health and wellness projects. This includes WHIT, a wellness home built on innovation and technology, the Lake Nona Life Project, a long-term community health and wellness study, as well as the Lake Nona Impact Forum, an event where health care innovators collaborate on the topic of health and wellness solutions. Kaley earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Health Education & Behavior from the University of Florida.