Kelly Little is the CEO for the Urban Institute for Strengthening Families. His work involves partnering with people and professionals to elevate community and organizational growth. He is a Certified Professional Mindfulness and Meditation Teacher; Leadership, Life, and Executive Certified Professional Coach; an Energy Leadership Index-Master Practitioner; and is credentialed through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching. He is a 2015 graduate of NCSEA U, which is a leadership program for emerging leaders in child support. Little is a 2016 graduate of the prestigious Practitioner Leadership Institute Fellowship offered by the Center for Urban Families located in Baltimore, Maryland. He was the 2018 child support employee of the year and a Proud 2019 Leadership Charlotte Class 41 Alumnus. Little is a Certified 24/7 Dad Fatherhood Facilitator, Mediator, Workforce Development Soft Skills Trainer (Connections to Success), and (National Fatherhood Initiative) Father Engagement Practitioner. Little received his undergraduate degree from UNC-Charlotte and has an MBA and a Master of Science and Leadership from Pfeiffer University, where he was admitted to the National Scholars Honor Society.
Kelly Little, CEO, The Urban Institute for Strengthening Families
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