Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee Wins KD Smart Chair

KD Smart Chair was proudly involved in this year’s Ms. Wheelchair America 2016 pageant held on August 1, 2015 in Des Moines, Iowa. The Ms. Wheelchair America competition is based on achievement, advocacy, communication and presentation. The focus is towards selecting the most articulate and accomplished spokeswoman for persons with disabilities.

KD Smart chair held a raffle at the Ms. Wheelchair America 2016 pageant where they proudly gave away one KD Smart Chair to the winner Jenny Morton, Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee.

Jenny graduated from Central High School in 2001 and is married and has one son. She is an active volunteer at Maury Regional Medical Center and at her son’s elementary school. Ms. Morton is enjoying her year as Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee as she travels across the state to educate the public about individuals with a disability.

Dr. Alette Coble-Temple is the winner of Ms. Wheelchair America 2016. As the national titleholder, Dr. Coble-Temple’s duties include promoting awareness of the need to eliminate architectural and attitudinal barriers and informing the able-bodied public of the achievements of the millions of people with disabilities across the nation. She will also be assisting with the establishment of programs in all 50 states by promoting her title as Ms. Wheelchair America.

In addition to her Ms. Wheelchair America duties, Dr. Coble-Temple’s platform is Parental Rights Includes Disability Equality, she is determined to transform social response, advance public policy, and strengthen community collaborations for people with disabilities in their quest for parenthood.

KD Smart Chair would like to congratulate Alette, Jenny and all of the contestants in the Ms. Wheelchair America 2016 pageant. 

Check out some of the pictures below from this event. 

Dr. Alette Coble-Temple, Ms. Wheelchair California 2015 winning Ms. Wheelchair America 2016.

Congratulations to the winner Jenny Morton, Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee, for winning our KD Smart Chair.

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