Kayla Friend, B.A.
Kayla Friend, B.A.
Education: California Baptist University, B.A. Theatre & Cultural Anthropology
Hometown: Hemet, California
Lives in: New York, NY
Kayla graduated from California Baptist University as a double-major, with a B.A. in Theatre & Cultural Anthropology.
She is our friendly Administrative Assistant at Passion Law. Kayla assists with scheduling, client invoices and payment, vendor management, and human resources.
Kayla has significant experience working with people, including in military, legal, business, and non-profit organizations. She spent two and a half years as a Commander’s Administrator and Flight Administrator with the United States Air Force.
Kayla is passionate about social justice, theater, and community development. She has been a Volunteer Victim Advocate with the Department of Defense for 2.5 years, and is an active member of the RAINN Speakers Bureau. (RAINN is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization.) Kayla is also a member of the League of Independent Theatre and the International Association of Professional Writers and Editors. In 2017 Kayla founded a theatre company (THML) in New York City. Through THML, Kayla partners with local nonprofit organizations to bring about awareness to community needs, specifically the needs of women in the community. She has previously partnered THML with Women for Afghan Women, The National Organization for Victim Assistance, and Let My People Go, Inc. Her enthusiasm and organizational skills make her a great asset to the firm. She is energetic, organized, and excited to help our clients reach their business and organization goals! Our attorneys handle most of the client communication directly, but a client can still contact Kayla to request a copy of their documents or to schedule a call with our attorneys.
When not working for Passion Law, Kayla can be found producing, directing, and acting – these are her hobbies and creative passions. She founded THML Theatre Company in New York City in 2017, and has passionately been tending to it since.
“I am grateful for my position with Passion Law because it enables me to exercise my left-brain capabilities while providing me with the flexibility to engage in my right-brain activities such as theatre and community development.”