Kaylee Place has more than a decade of experience in community organizing, community outreach, event planning and politics.
Prior to joining Wayne Law, she was active in the community of Marquette, where she served as a board member for the Upper Peninsula Sled Dog Association and established numerous animal safety projects.
Place was a 2009 finalist for the Michigan Governor’s Service Awards Youth Volunteer of the Year and in 2012 received a statewide award for her work in politics.
She graduated from Northern Michigan University in 2012 with a bachelor of science degree in political science and a minor in gender studies.
Place has a strong commitment to animal rescue, and the majority of her free time is spent training and entertaining her rescued golden retrievers, Josie and Mandy.
Degrees and Certifications
B.S., Northern Michigan University
was featured in The Mining Journal, Marquette, Michigan's local newspaper, for its report, "Can-do motto serves Marquette native well." Read the full article here.