About Our Chapter

We are looking for a new Managing Leader for Chicktime Dayton! Reach out to Lori at lori@mlrhodes.com for more information!

Our chapter History:

Kay Edwards was the Managing Leader of Chicktime, Dayton for a brief time. Unfortunately, Covid hit as she was really getting started. Kay connected Chicktime Dayton with Dayton Urban Young Life (DUYL) Teen Life Program. She believed in their mission because she wanted to help teen moms feel loved and connected. We wish Kay many blessings as she moves on to a new season of her life.


In Loving Memory 

 Jessica Johnson came on board with full force to make a difference for kiddos. She helped re-launch Chicktime Dayton along with Morgan Reid. Jessica believed serving as a role model to her children, friends, family, and her local community was truly important to her heart. She lived by example walking out her conviction that teaching and showing the women and children around her that we can be a part of something bigger than ourselves is a gift worth more than gold! Jessica had many hobbies and interests; decorating and home remodeling, making simple things beautiful on a budget, cooking and especially baking yummy treats. When asked to describe her passions and gifts she shared she was passionate about spending time with family and friends and empowering others to find their passions.” Jessica believed her truest gift was compassion. The most important thing to Jessica, in her own words, “Being a good friend and someone others can always on.”  Jessica went to be with the Lord while serving on our leadership team but her legacy lives on in our hearts. Her life and love inspires us to be our best and never never never give up!
Morgan Reid took over as Managing Leader and continued the legacy of Chicktime Dayton. Morgan believed that everyone deserves a childhood of love, laughter, and discovery. She used Chicktime Dayton to help some of those very children placed in those situations by becoming a role model to look up to. Morgan helped provide education on career paths and education options. She also helped them set up personal goals. Morgan is not stationed in Sacramento at Beale Airforce Base. We can’t wait to see all the things she will do on her new chapter!
Chicktime Dayton was founded by Katie Hanson in 2016. Katy was drawn to Chicktime because she believed in the grassrootss efforts to better local communities and that empowering women is the way to accomplish any goal! Katy was committed to a life of service and believed that she has been incredibly blessed in her life and waned to share and help those who are struggling. Katie wanted Chicktime Dayton to truly make a difference in children’s lives and show them love they may not receive otherwise.  She believed that we can assist them in these critical turning points of their lives, so they can grow to be happy functioning members of society. In 2017, Katie was called to other areas of service but Chicktime will forever honor her role in founding Chicktime Dayton.