Kathy Headlee

Kathy Headlee

Kathy Headlee is the founder of Mothers Without Borders, (1992) whose mission is to nurture and care for orphaned and vulnerable children and give voice to the power of love.

As a mother, herself, she has 5 children, 2 step-sons, and 10 grandchildren. She has involved her family in service adventures at home and around the world since 1980; Her adventures and service has taken her to projects in Taiwan, Romania, Mexico, Haiti, Bolivia, India, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Indonesia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and the United States.

Kathy’s professional pursuits include serving as CEO of Mothers Without Borders, motivational speaking engagements, and transformational life coaching for individuals and businesses throughout the US and Africa.

Kathy has provided volunteer experiences for over a thousand men, women and children to countries around the world since 1992. Her volunteer expeditions are designed to provide life-changing experiences through a unique combination of service, personal growth and cultural exchange. Her passion is helping others discover the vital role each of us can play in making the world a better place.

Kathy has been teaching at BYU Education Week since 2004, and has served in a variety of callings including Seminary teacher, Primary worker, Young Women’s president and Nursery leader. She currently resides in Utah.