Jennifer Brunning is a native and lives happily in Madisonville with her husband Casey of 16 years and her two beautiful daughters Charlee, age 13, and Payton, age 8.
Jennifer has always volunteered in her community from a young age and is a firm believer that service is a not a choice, but our responsibility. NFHF is an organization the Brunning’s could have greatly benefited from when they first got their oldest daughter’s diagnosis of Tourette Syndrome and Jennifer jumped at the chance to join the board when she was asked by a friend.
She is lucky enough to be a stay at home mom, but defines her job as an advocate to help people understand the disabilities you can’t always see, to not judge by the ones you do, and to realize that the only special needs anyone really has is the need to be loved and accepted as we were born.
She feels blessed to be able to help spread awareness for this amazing organization, support them any way she can, and stand alongside some of the most tireless and resourceful group of people dedicated to the serving the needs of the disabled community.