Kendall grew up near the beautiful beaches of Northwest Florida. In 2002 she moved to Baton Rouge, Louisiana where she attended Louisiana State University. After having her son, she moved to Columbia, Tennessee in 2016.
Professionally, Kendall was routinely recognized for both providing excellent patient care and for her professionalism while working as a nurse in a large hospital in Louisiana. She currently works various contracts throughout the area.
In the four years that she has been involved with the local party, Kendall has led on numerous community service/outreach projects; she has served for the past two years on the committee for the party’s annual fundraising dinner; and she has worked with several campaigns.
She was elected to serve as the Secretary of the party in 2017 until she became chair in December of 2018.
Kendall is fully committed to the work that is required to turn Tennessee blue. She believes that working-class people are no longer able to make a good life for themselves and their families. She wants to work with candidates that are called to serve their people rather than special interests and themselves.
During her free time, Kendall can be found doing fun “mom things” with her son. She enjoys running, her Audible subscription, and travel.