KATELYN DRISCOLL, B.S.
“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”
Katelyn has spent many years dedicated to working with marginalized and often overlooked individuals. A strong advocate for the LGBTQ+ community, Katelyn has helped made significant impacts in promoting healthy lifestyles and identity acceptance within this community and beyond.
She received her BA at Connecticut College studying Behavioral Neuroscience with a focus on the correlation of Diet/Exercise on Depression while simultaneously competing in 3 sports at the collegiate level (soccer, ice hockey and lacrosse).
She also interned in the office for Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Education and Advocacy through the Student Relations Department, at her university. Using this platform, Katelyn began her career in advocacy by organizing and directing programs aimed at educating college students on bystander intervention and healthy relationships.
Katelyn’s passion for bettering the lives of others led her to seeking a position in the medical field as an Emergency Medical Technician. She worked in this emergency setting for three years but recognized her personal desire to build long-lasting relationships with clients whom she could witness grow and thrive as people.
She made the transition to the treatment industry and relocated to Los Angeles, where she felt she could make the greatest impact on others. She has grown to become an essential part of the treatment community through her compassion, understanding and advocacy.
Katelyn personally understands the struggle with coming out and accepting her identity with an open heart and forgiveness for herself and those around her who didn’t adjust as gracefully. It is her privilege to help others achieve a sense of personal peace and a life worth striving for.