Deputy Director, Fort Bend County Health and Human Services
With 30 years of public health experience, Kaye knows what saves lives.
She protects both animals and people as part of Fort Bend County Health and Human Services in Texas. The department’s service areas include animal services, clinical health services, EMS, public health preparedness, social services, and more.
While overseeing Fort Bend County Animal Services, Kaye knew more could be done to save animals in the shelter. She recognized the many benefits of humane programs like TNR and supported Fort Bend County when it adopted its successful, lifesaving TNR ordinance in 2018.
Kaye received Master of Public Health and Doctor of Public Health degrees from the University of Texas School of Public Health in Houston. She is a member and former president of the Texas Public Health Association and a former Co-Chair of the Editorial Board of the Texas Public Health Journal.
Kaye currently serves as a member of the Governing Council and Executive Board and as the Affiliate Representative to the Governing Council of the American Public Health Association.