Cami Keyes takes on new role to help raise the organization’s visibility in the community
Youth Eastside Services (YES) is pleased to announce the addition of Cami Keyes as the organization’s new marketing and communications manager. This is the first time the nonprofit organization has had an employee in this role. YES specializes in counseling, treatment and prevention services for youth and families in East King County.
Keyes plans to use her 20 plus years of experience to raise the organization’s visibility in the communities it serves. “YES offers exceptional programs for youth and their families on the Eastside and our staff are leaders in mental health and addiction services for youth. I look forward to helping more people recognize our value in the community and the programs available,” said Keyes.
Prior to joining YES, Keyes ran her own marketing and communications company for many years. A resident of Kirkland, she will be located at YES’ Bellevue headquarters, adjacent to Crossroads Park.
“We are excited to expand our team to include a marketing professional,” says Patti Skelton-McGougan, executive director of YES. “YES has long been recognized among people who work with youth for the high quality and effectiveness of our programs, but we plan to expand that recognition so families on the Eastside are better informed about the resources available to them.”