Kailey Breyer recently graduated from the University of Southern California in May 2020 with a degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering.
Kailey is a passionate, driven, energetic woman who is dedicated to empowering women, forming community, and sparking impact.
Kailey’s focus on helping others and being entrepreneurial is not new.
Kailey’s leadership abilities led to her being voted captain of a dance team that performed in the Super Bowl and a cross country team that won the State Championship, although she was never one of the elite dancers or runners on either team.
Kailey was also vice president of recruitment in Nevada, Utah, and Arizona (9 cities total) for BBYO, a Jewish youth group. She led programs for hundreds of girls at regional events, and spent the majority of her time planning impactful events and recruiting new members to join their community.
In college, Kailey developed a passion for make-up and sought formal training while pursuing her Engineering degree. Initially, her customers were other college students who were heading to formals or other similar events. As demand grew, Kailey created Breyer Beauty Bar which included space in a Beverly Hills salon and invitations from Beauty Pageants to help prepare the contestants for competitions.
Building Kailey’s Queens
Kailey created Kailey’s Queens, a safe space for 9-15-year-old girls to disconnect from social media, build real connections, and attain lifelong confidence. After recognizing the lack of support for girls in this age group – and knowing her own passion for helping them – Kailey spent considerable time doing market research. Kailey surveyed hundreds of young girls around the country and recognized the lack of connection and support they felt from other girls in their community. The high demand from both girls in this age group and their parents proved an opportunity for Kailey to create a positive, safe space for young girls and to light her entrepreneurial spirit.
Kailey began hosting events such as spa nights, movie nights, girls’ nights, and more to form a community where girls could participate in empowering activities and gain confidence in an enjoyable manner. When a pandemic prevented in-person events, Kailey immediately began online Zoom events, allowing the community to expand to all 9-15-year-old girls around the world. The Kailey’s Queens community gives GEN-Z girls the opportunity to take their eyes off of social media and create supportive, positive friendships. Currently, Kailey devotes every hour she is not sleeping to growing Kailey’s Queens and helping to create an impact in young girls' lives.