Kaytrinia Doe is the proud mother of three girls, Deaundria 14, Aundreya 11 and Kayleah 9. A former participant in the Take Stock in Children program, Kaytrinia was mentored by Nancy Botera of the Broward College Foundation from 10th grade on. The first in her family to go to college, Kaytrinia earned a degree in Criminal Justice from FAMU and has worked for the Aventura Police Department as their Public Records Specialist for the last two years.
Three years ago, her close-knit family was living with Kaytrinia’s grandmother and in tight quarters sleeping on air mattresses. They then moved to a three bedroom apartment on a busy street. “Since I’ve been living there, I had my vehicle stolen,” says Kaytrinia about the dangers of her neighborhood.
Kaytrinia looks forward to finally having a secure place to call home. When not working or in school, the family enjoys taking trips to Disney and going to the beach. Kaytrinia plans to build a big garden in her new home. “It’s a great feeling to know you have something tangible to leave to your children that will enhance their quality of life” says Kaytrinia about the opportunity to own her own home. That day has arrived sooner than Kaytrinia expected, due to her family’s Home Sponsorship by JM Family Enterprises. “I now will have a place that even my grandchildren will be able to share, and that will enhance their futures,” she says.