A native of Lynchburg, Kensie grew up attending the city’s public schools.
After graduating from E.C. Glass, she attended Randolph Macon College in Ashland, Virginia and obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in business and economics with a minor in accounting. She spent the next seven years living in Richmond, Virginia and working in the investment industry. In 1997, Kensie moved back to Lynchburg to sell real estate for her family’s 120-year-old company. A fourth-generation realtor, she enjoys helping individuals and families with all of their real estate needs.
Kensie enjoys spending time with her three children and loves to run and volunteer. She also sings and plays guitar.
Kensie has been a member of the City of Lynchburg Planning Commission
for four years and currently serves as the Vice Chair.
Kensie is a volunteer for the Greater Lynchburg Habitat for Humanity, currently serving as Vice President of the Board of Directors.