Episode 468 with guest Agatha Kerr

Agatha works full time as the Outreach Director and Project & Process Manager at her church in Texas, and works part-time as a book editor.

She is a single mom of two lovely and intelligent daughters (ages 9 and 18). Agatha is a member of Mensa, holds an MBA, and has emerged victorious from an abusive marriage after a divorce that lasted 1,159 days.

She is an ultrarunner, and her current distance PR in a single race is 152.0 miles at Jackalope Jam (72 hours). She’s self-admittedly not fast, but has the courage to endure. Her newest planned endeavor is a 600k running race around the state of Texas in February, 2021 (“Tour de los Tejas”, from Trail Racing Over Texas). Agatha plans to use this race as her primary fundraiser for her first Mission Trip to Costa Rica, in March of 2021.

Amy McKenzie
Amy McKenzie

Amy’s lifetime involvement in the theater offered her many opportunities to study with some of the industry’s greatest directors, performers and teachers. Her formal education includes the Masters Program at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco and the Film Certificate Program as a Teaching Assistant at UCLA. Her career spans four decades and includes venues from off-Broadway to television, National Tours to Summer Stock. Over the years Miss McKenzie has worked professionally as a producer, director, founding artistic director, writer, actor, professor and coach. From an early age Amy pursued a passion for personal development, studying a multitude of disciplines from survival techniques to professional leadership training. The degree of her development is evident in her success as a published author, speaker, business owner and transformational coach. Loving all things natural, Amy has committed a great deal of time to the study of traditional and alternative healing. Miss McKenzie is a licensed Heart Math practitioner and holds certifications in various alternative healing modalities including Reiki, Energy Restructuring and Rebirthing. Her commitment to furthering the well-being of others is demonstrated by the number of lives she touches in her volunteer work. Amy is currently launching a spiritual and humanitarian non-profit organization committed to helping people find and fund their purpose in life. Making a difference, one person at a time, is Amy’s driving force. Amy’s most cherished accomplishment is having provided her daughter with the opportunities she needed to live a life she loves.