Lorri Mabry lives in Antioch and was born with cerebral palsy. Ms. Mabry graduated from Gallatin High School with a 3.371 GPA and was chosen for Who’s Who Among American High School students in her junior year. After high school Ms Mabry attended college where she graduated with a Bachelor in Liberal Arts. She is an active member of her community. She is a board member on People First, Tap and Peace Coalition and Tennesseans for Fair Taxation; as well as volunteering with United Cerebral Palsy, Tennessee Disability Coalition and Tennessee Health Care. Ms. Mabry graduated from Partners in Policy Making in 2001 and was a speaker at Mega Conference. Her goal is to get her masters degree in social work. She is hoping to serve as a good role model for young people with disabilities. Her philosophy is: You got one life, you better enjoy it!!!!!!
Her short term goals are to continue in the choir and improve her singing skills. Whereas her long term goals are to attend and finish college and become a singer or a doctor, but above all else her ultimate goal is to find a cure for Cerebral Palsy.
Gabby’s philosophy is to try to live life to the fullest and doesn’t let her disability prevent her from enjoying everyday life with her family and friends.
In her spare time she is involved with the Brownie Girl Scouts in 2006, as well as, STAR, Shangri-La Therapeutic Academy of Riding where she was given rider of the year for 2006 and 2007, and AWANA at Senior Heights Baptist Church. When she grows up she would like to be a teacher and a mommy. Her philosophy for life is to have fun and help others.