Kyllian Warman’s journey in this field began far before her first job offer and before many could imagine. While the term Youth Caregiver may have defined the majority of her life, it certainly has not defined the person she is today. She began her career working for Caregivers of New Jersey, where she advocated for the 1.3 Million children in the U.S who can be seen as Youth Caregivers, and served much needed areas for family caregiving leading Coalition Groups.
Recognized with numerous awards for her work like the AARP Portrait of Care, St. Jude Hero Among Us Award, and the Human Spirit Champion Award for outstanding service and extraordinary commitment to the betterment of humanity; she feels responsible and honored to live up to everyday challenges and advocate for those with similar struggles.
She lives out her mission by demonstrating incredible commitment to making philanthropic impact. Even while chasing her academic objectives as a student at the University of Memphis, she ran 17 marathons raising funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, became a part of the ACE Task Force, joined Junior League of Memphis, and is member of the Leadership Memphis class.
Kyllian’s commitment to make a change for people in need is unparalleled and has paved the way for her career. As the Specialist of Fitness and Endurance Programs for ALSAC / St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Kyllian is responsible for developing and implementing strategy for the St. Jude Heroes program, which produced the single largest 1- day fundraising event for St. Jude, raising a record breaking 10.3 Million Dollars, with over 25,000 runners this past December in Memphis, TN.