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kyana bascomb

Kyana Bascomb joined Two-Wins Foundation in January 2008.  She is responsible for analyzing project development of foundation programs, to determine feasibility and to complete and manage the overall process.   Kyana’s passion and commitment to leadership has proven to be beneficial for her clients. She brings immeasurable energy and competence to every Two-Wins Foundation project; viewing them individually as unique opportunities to bring a successful completion.
 
Kyana Bascomb is a native of Seattle , Washington where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Washington State University majoring in Business Administration with a Real Estate emphasis.  
 
Kyana’s professional experience has been sculpted through commercial real estate, for many years, she worked in the capacity of a Commercial Agent focusing on retail leasing and sales. Kyana’s experience also includes property development for restaurant chains around the country, analyzing sites and completing and managing the property entitlement process. Kyana currently works as a Commercial Real Estate Consultant focusing on strategic development/land planning and implementation for various entities. Though she brings knowledge and skills from a real estate perspective, her first passion is giving back to the community.  Kyana has served on boards and has numerous professional and community affiliations.
 
Kyana was the Co-Founder of the Rahsaan Phillips Memorial Foundation, a non-profit organization that provided minority students from Seattle Public High Schools, annual scholarships toward secondary education. She has volunteered as a mentor for the YWCA Girls First Program in Seattle , worked as a Real Estate Advisor and Marketing Director for Mt. Calvary Christian Center in Seattle and is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
 
Kyana was recognized as a “Young Leader Under 30” by EBONY Magazine for the demonstration of her leadership qualities. Her commitment to service is a reflection of her compassion for the underserved.


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