Nathalie B. McKay
Nathalie B. McKay is the parent of a young man with autism and currently resides in Oldham County. She is devoted to the development of appropriate services and supports for all individuals affected by autism in our Commonwealth. She has been active in promoting legislative and awareness activities to enhance the quality of life and improve educational services for all persons affected by autism.
Ms. McKay has been actively involved with the Kentucky Autism Training Center (KATC) since its inception in 1996 and has served on it's board for over 10 years. She has been involved in various disability and education related organizations over the past 15 years: Autism Society of America, (ASA), Autism Society of Kentuckiana (ASK), Kentucky Developmental Disabilities Council (KDDC), United Partners in Kentucky (UPinKY), Autism Spectrum Disorders Coalition (ASDAC), Everybody Counts, Prichard Committee/Commonwealth Institute for Parent Leadership (CIPL). Ms. McKay has attended local, state, national and international conferences on autism and is currently a member of the National Autism Training and Technical Assistance Programs (NATTAP) state team for Kentucky. As her son will soon exit the education system, her energies are shifting to adult services for people with disabilities, including supported employment and transportation.