DeShea Key

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DeShea has lived in South Carolina her whole life but moved to the Midlands in 2010 to attend Columbia College. She received her BA in Liberal Arts studying Speech-Language Pathology. After graduating she began working with families to help them navigate their Autism and Early Intervention journeys. She and her husband, Ryan, have been married since 2015. Once having her first daughter, Savannah, in 2018 see decided to become a full-time wife and mom in 2002. Their second daughter, Sayler joined their family in 2021. DeShea enjoys reading, watching Georgia football with her husband and girls, visiting the mountains, and attending weekly Bible study to help her grow and share God's word with other women.

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