Kiesha White first became involved with the Alfred Saliba Family Services Center when her child attended Early Head Start in 2010. Her child has a disability and she wanted him to have help improving his social and emotional skills. As a stay-at-home mom for eight years, Kiesha felt overwhelmed and joining the program also helped her by surrounding her with other people. When she became pregnant with her fourth child, she stayed in the program because of the support given. After a while, she got more involved with parent meetings and eventually became the president. She then began working as a Center Aide at Early Head Start, where she still works today, and is currently working towards her Child Development Associate Certification with the goal to be a classroom teacher one day.