Alyssa Kumle

Alyssa Kumle is a 24 years old graduate of the University of Georgia. She has a degree in Human Development and Family Science with a certificate in Disability Studies. She has been a ministry intern and a leader, is a door holder and a greeter at Passion City Church, a writer/blogger, and an artist. She has a passion for people, for creativity, and for being an advocate for individuals with disabilities. She has a peripheral neuropathy that limits her to leg braces and a walker. But she believes that our struggles make us stronger, and wants to bring freedom and joy to others through creativity and through sharing her story,

2021 Update: Alyssa was part of our first i2i cohort in fall 2020. She has made great strides since then. Alyssa is in the final editing phase of her first book Doubtless: Walking by Faith not by Sight. A story about overcoming a lot of adversity and finding faith in God . Art has been a large part of her journey and has brought a lot of healing to her heart during her hardest times. She recently opened her own space at The Painted Tree in Roswell, Georgia where she sells paintings, prints, and other homemade goods, as well as where her book will also be in the near future.

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