Mykita was born and raised in the Great City of Miami Gardens. She is a wife and mother of four vibrant boys and a business owner of KitaCorp, an administrative support firm. An educator for 11 years for Miami-Dade public schools, she currently works at Norland Senior High. She is not just a teacher but a family member, counselor, and support system to many of her students.
As an active volunteer in the Miami Gardens community, Mykita is the Co-Chair for Live Healthy Miami host council, and a board member for Center for Family and Child Enrichment, one of the largest organizations in Miami-Dade County that services children who have been abused, neglected, and who are in foster care.
Mykita is a proud graduate of Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. She is an active alumni member and Co-Chair of FAMU “Be Out Day Miami.” She is a Union Member of United Teachers of Dade and is a member of the Title 1 task force.
Mykita is an educator and community advocate for health, wellness, education, and public safety for all. She is truly a daughter of the city and answering the call of leadership through community advocacy and residential support. Mykita believes in advocating through grassroots action for a healthy, safe and fiscally thriving community for all who live, work, and play in Miami Gardens.