NubAbility Athletics Coach
“My favorite Nub Camp memory has been teaching three of my campers how to tie their shoes one-handed. It is something that they will all continue to be able to use after camp is over, and we all bonded over the experience. It is indescribable what that moment means to me as a volunteer and coach.”
Limb Difference: Congenital
Type: Left Arm, Below Elbow
Kenzie Paul was born in Mount Vernon, Indiana missing her left arm (below elbow). At Mount Vernon High School she is one of three players in the past 10 years to score more than 30 goals in a single season. Kenzie is quick on her feet, but she also has a passion for doing good with her “hands.”
In high school, Kenzie wanted to get more involved in the limb different community. She went on to build a 3D prosthetic, which involved over 30 hours of work and over 30 pieces to assemble, for charity. After building her first prosthetic, Kenzie was introduced to the organization, E-Nable, which is a group of individuals worldwide who use 3D printers to make limbs for those in need.
Kenzie has continued to build prosthetics, and she created her own non profit foundation called Kenzie’s Helping Hands, which focuses on continuing to create 3D prints prosthetic hands for others.
Sports + Highlights:
● Indiana Fire Juniors South Soccer Team (IN): Forward
● Mount Vernon High School (IN): Soccer, Forward (4yrs)
● 2016 State Champions with Sporting Southern Indiana Travel Soccer Team
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