Kea Norrell-Aitch is a 4-H Educator with Michigan State University Extension in the Children and Youth Institute. Mrs. Norrell-Aitch started with MSUE in 2006 and spent the first seven years of her career providing leadership to a large 4-H mentoring program in the Detroit area. Mrs. Norrell-Aitch is the PI for the Michigan 4-H Walmart Healthy Habits grant and provides statewide leadership to 4-H healthy living programs for children and families to increase balanced mental health, good nutrition, food security, and overall wellness. Mrs. Norrell-Aitch is a founding member of the Michigan First Generation 4-H task force and a more recent member of the MSUE Community Behavioral Health Team. She is a certified Youth and teen Mental Health First Aid Instructor, a Michigan ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Initiative Community Champion and is dedicated to positive youth development through building resilience. Mrs. Norrell-Aitch loves helping others and is very involved in various community service projects. She possesses a BS in Family and Community Services from Michigan State University and a MA in Family Counseling from Spring Arbor University.