Who she is!
Kendrea McVadon, Ms. Infinity® International 2019, is a 42 year old wife and mother of two. She was born in Nashville, Tennessee and was raised in Smyrna, Tennessee. Growing up in her small town , she was a cheerleader in high school and cheered one year semi pro. She also did a small pageant which started her interest in Pageantry. After getting married and starting a family, she put her journey on hold to raise her family. When her daughter was diagnosed with Epilepsy at age 5, she started her campaign to bring awareness to the public about this disorder. Kendrea looks forward to continuing her journey into pageantry and hopeful for what her future brings in every aspect of her life.
Her Hobbies and Interests!
Kendrea’s interests include reading a variety of genres such as non fiction books so that she can learn everything she can about the world around her. Music is also a Big factor in her life. Singing since the age of 3, she believes music is a window to the soul and emotions. Kendrea also enjoys fishing, watching movies , spending time with family and friends, as well as cooking and gardening. Helping others is also a pastime of hers, which is one of the reasons she enjoys making new friends.
My Platforms for my reign as Ms.Infinity International are Epilepsy Awareness and Parkinson’s Disease Awareness. These causes are near and dear to my heart as they affect family members and close friends.
My daughter was diagnosed with Complex- Partial Seizures at the age of 5. She is now 21 and has faced many hardships with people not understanding and being afraid of her when she is having a seizure. 65 million people around the world have Epilepsy. It is the 4th common neurological disorder and affects people of all ages. Through continued research and new treatments, Epileptics would be able to live more comfortable lives and be productive members of society.
Parkinson’s Disease is a neurodegenerative disorder that nearly 1 million people live with in the US and 10 million worldwide. As of yet there is not a cure for PD. With more research and funding for treatments, people with PD will be able to live a more manageable life. My best friend has been diagnosed with PD and I would like for a cure to be found.
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