BIO

Jennifer Chambers writes about strong women with bold stories. Chambers speaks nationally on self-advocacy and on how the legacies of strong women in history can impact people of today. She attended the University of Iowa Summer Writing Festival. She is the co-owner and Contributing Editor of Groundwaters Publishing and is a survivor of traumatic brain injury, which forced her to re-learn everything from walking and talking to tying her shoes. She lives with her family in the Pacific Northwest and is learning to play Bluegrass and Motown on her ukulele, though not simultaneously. Her life is fueled by coffee, music, and books.

Jennifer Chambers's Articles

“How do you do it?” is a silly question. We’re all bumping along the best we can with what we’re given.

How Does She Do It? Parenting With A Disability

I had to walk my daughter in the torrential downpour to school six blocks away with a positive attitude, although the last thing I felt was positive. We have to walk because I don’t drive.
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