Kay Murano is from Spokane and is now raising her daughter in the same Northwest Spokane home where she was raised.
As Executive Director for the Spokane Low Income Housing Consortium, Kay brings government agencies and service providers together to create more affordable housing solutions. Her work focuses on housing options for young families entering the housing market, seniors on a fixed income, and veterans returning home, as well as homeless residents looking to get back on their feet. Kay also serves as Administrator for the Spokane Homeless Coalition and served on the Spokane Mayor’s Task Force on Housing Quality.
Dedicated to public service and community, Kay worked at Volunteers of America, Catholic Charities of Spokane, and the Lilac Bloomsday Association prior to joining the Spokane Low Income Housing Consortium.
Kay is the daughter of a kindergarten teacher and a Spokane City employee, who was able to earn a BA in Business Administration from Trinity Western University in British Columbia without a massive student loan debt thanks to a great exchange rate.
She and her husband Joe and daughter Elizabeth enjoy mountain bike riding at Riverside State Park, cooling off at the Shadle pool and the Joe Albi splash pad, and reading together.