Jr. Miss Wheelchair Tennessee 2020, Kaylie Hill

Kaylie is a 15-year old homeschooled student from Clarksville, Tennessee. She is a typical teenage just rolling through life in a pretty pink wheelchair. Kaylie loves everything musical, anything artsy, and of course, the library!  She was born 2 months premature and with Cerebral Palsy.

Kaylie has an interest in home design and wants to design homes that would be accessible to all kinds of special needs. Her personal motto comes from the Audrey Hepburn quote: “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m Possible’”. Kaylie views herself as kind, compassionate, funny, wise, and patient.

Kaylie was crowned Jr. Miss Wheelchair Tennessee on September 28, 2019 in Chattanooga, TN

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Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee 2020, Megan DeJarnett

Megan is a 30-year-old from Spring Hill, Tennessee. She is married to Jake and they stay busy raising their two sons. Megan is a public speaker and a children’s book author. She is the founder of “No Such Thing”, a company whose mission is to help others redefine purpose by removing defining labels. She enjoys planning and decorating for special occasions and doing adventurous things with friends and family. At the age of 2, Megan was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA).

Although the challenges facing a neuromuscular diagnosis are many, including living life in a power chair, Megan remains undefined by it. She is determined to experience life to the fullest and chooses joy over despair. Megan motivates others to approach life with an ‘I can do this!’ attitude and advocates for disabled and special needs families. Megan views herself as determined, compassionate, lively, creative, and inspiring.

Megan was crowned Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee 2020 at our competition held in Chattanooga, TN on September 28, 2019.

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