Kyle Murphy was born and raised in Cumming, Georgia.
He received his Bachelor of Science in General Studies with summa cum laude honors from the University of North Georgia-Dahlonega in 2015. He received his Master of Public Health with a concentration in Health Promotion and Behavior from the University of Georgia in 2017.
While an undergraduate student, Kyle served in multiple leadership positions on campus, including President of the Latin American Student Organization, Social Chair and Treasurer of Rotaract Club, and Social Event Committee member of the Asian Student Association.
Kyle’s interest in working with the Latino community continued to grow as a graduate student. He completed multiple projects related to Latino health issues and volunteered in the Latino community. His capstone project focused on the history and common misconceptions surrounding Latino immigration to U.S. He recently returned from an internship at a migrant health clinic in Ellenton, GA. He is currently volunteering with the High School Equivalency Program at the University of North Georgia-Gainesville to help migrants get their GED.