KENDRA WILSON, DPT, OCS - SECRETARY
Physical Therapist, Associates in Physical Therapy
Kendra grew up in upper Wenatchee Valley near Peshastin, before moving to the west side to attend the University of
Washington for a B.S. in Psychology. She went on to attend the University of Puget Sound and obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy. After completing her residency program to become an orthopedic certified specialist, she moved back to her roots to the upper Wenatchee Valley with her growing family.
Kendra was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014, and unfortunately her sister received the same news less than two months later. While undergoing treatments and later survivorship, she found a young adult cancer survivor support group in Seattle to be a valuable resource for information and camaraderie that only this group could provide. After moving back to the Wenatchee Valley, she wanted to give back to her community by helping to advocate for this often times under-served young adult population and found Wellness Place in 2017 to be an inspiring place to volunteer as a board member, and now she is the board Secretary.
While living on the west side of the mountains, Kendra really enjoyed playing recreational soccer, running, road cycling, and dabbled in triathlons. Now that she has moved to the Wenatchee valley, her priorities have shifted to her growing family.