Kenzie Butler, a native of ┬áBremen, Georgia, graduated with honors from the University of Georgia in 2017 with degrees in religion and political science. As an undergraduate, she competed as a member of the UGA Mock Trial Team, one of the nation’s most successful student-run and student-coached mock trial programs. Kenzie also partnered with the UGA Wesley Foundation and served at a local church as a small group leader for middle school girls. After working with Impact America, she plans to attend graduate school to pursue a Master of Education degree in school counseling.

Who is someone you admire and why?

One of my biggest role models is my younger sister, Kass. She is studying Early Childhood Education, and she inspires me every day through her love for her students, the pride she takes in their accomplishments, and the joy she continues to express even in the difficult circumstances. She teaches me every day how to see the greatness in even the smallest moments in life, and serves as a living example of how one person can truly make a big difference.

What do you like to do for fun?

In my spare time, I enjoy playing the ukulele, spending time with my family, playing board games, and spoiling my dog, Harper.