A blonde, white woman wearing a burgundy patterned shirt sits on a mobility scooter in front of a blue background with a variety of geometric shapes.
A blonde, white woman wearing a burgundy patterned shirt sits on a mobility scooter in front of a blue background with a variety of geometric shapes.

Amy Kenny is a disabled scholar and a Shakespeare Lecturer who hates Hamlet.  She coordinates support for people experiencing homelessness in her neighborhood, and is a co-founder of Jubilee Homes OC, a permanent supportive housing initiative in her local community.  She is a Scribe for Freedom Road Institute and believes that every human is an image-bearer worthy of belonging. 

You can find her cruising on her scooter, Diana, Princess of the My-Scooter (named after Wonder Woman), reading, or in the water, where she’d always rather be.  Friends call her a minimalist, and while it’s true that her walls are empty, her life is full…of riotous laugher, usually until she tears up or snorts, whichever comes first.  She’s never met a pie she didn’t like, and her love language is jalapeños.