Kitty Hall grew up in a rural area of Wisconsin and has found a home in the Madison area for many years. Supporting at risk children, youth and families has always been her passion. Originally earning her Bachelor of Social Welfare degree at UW Madison, she later returned to earn her Master of Social Work degree after becoming a mother.
Her experience includes working with children in residential foster care, interning at Big Brothers Big Sisters Dane County and The Road Home, and working at Reach Dane Early Head Start with the Northside Early Childhood Zone. Much of Kitty’s experience has been serving low income families in Dane County. She is passionate about providing trauma informed and strength-based services. Kitty has also enjoyed partnering with the community in system change and believes that positive change happens through relationships. She brings authenticity, compassion, and play to the services she provides.