Access and Engagement Director
Khady Camara brings a wealth of experience to Safe Place for Youth as a Program Director. She began her career as SPA4/5 Regional Hospital Liaison with The People Concern, after completing a fellowship with Mental Health America Los Angeles. Khady later joined the Center in Hollywood, leading a team of twenty-seven as Site Director for the agency’s first and only Project Room-Key(PRK) initiative. Her primary goal was to improve care delivery and outcomes for vulnerable members of society. Specifically, those with complex health needs who were not served. She exceeded program and contract goals.
Upon PRK contract completion, Khady stayed with The Center, supporting multidisciplinary teams and cross-sector collaboration at the intersection of health and homelessness. Khady led the agency’s four core programs: Wellness, Flourishing in Housing (retention), LAHSA-funded Recovery ReHousing and Satellite Clinic, in partnership with Saban Community Clinic.
Khady earned her Master of Health Administration from Louisiana State University and graduated with her Bachelor of Science from Grambling State University.