Kyla Peck is a student at the University of Denver. Previously she lived in Chicago, Illinois, with her mother Kelly Brown. There she suffered from the effects of severe asthma. Knowing that her asthma limited and impacted her ability to do many things that other children without asthma take for granted, Kyla began to support Moms Clean Air Force to become an advocate for clean air and children’s health. Her testimony is truly compelling because she speaks firsthand on the impact of dirty air on her lungs and body. She is very concerned about the implications of pollution on climate change and the future of our planet.