Frame of Reference - Sauk County and Beyond

Tackling the Trials of Teens - Part 2: Kyle Crosby

August 25, 2022 Season 4 Episode 10
Frame of Reference - Sauk County and Beyond
Tackling the Trials of Teens - Part 2: Kyle Crosby
Show Notes

Say hello to Kyle Crosby.  With all the issues going on with teens today like gender fluidity, suicide rates, and bullying, we all need someone that can help us navigate these increasingly complex times. Kyle's the guy I turn to when I'm trying to really understand the issues that Today's Teens face each and every day.  Kyle Crosby returns to talk turkey and help me (and you) understand the pressures and problems of being a Teenager in today's world.  He's a great resource for our community and the kind of person you want running programs for them.  Hope you can listen in and gain a greater understanding of all those people facing adulthood in a compassionate frame of reference.

Kyle Crosby serves as the Director of Operations for the Boys & Girls Clubs of West-Central Wisconsin; a group of small, rural clubs located in Baraboo, Reedsburg and Tomah.  A Sauk Prairie native, Kyle graduated from UW-LaCrosse with a BS in Sports Management.  After graduation, he Spent 3 years in Appleton, WI in the sports world before moving back closer to home to start a family with his wife, Sam.  

As an advocate for youth already (with experience in coaching hockey and baseball) the opportunity to serve our central Wisconsin's youth at a larger level at the Boys & Girls Club fell into Kyle’s lap in 2014.  He hasn’t looked back since and has grown into a leader within the organization and multiple communities.