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Mon, Nov 04


Sarnia Library


Kenzie is a self-love enthusiast, speaker, and content creator. Through social media, positivity and transparency, she has helped create an incredible online community of 224,000+ strong dedicated to social change.

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Time & Location

Nov 04, 2019, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. EST

Sarnia Library, 124 Christina St S, Sarnia, ON N7T 8E1, Canada

About the event

Growing up in small town rural Ontario, Kenzie struggled with an eating disorder and body image disorder which went unrecognized for a long time. Unable to help herself, believing that yo yo dieting and a strict binge eating pattern was normal, it was tough for her to find the right resources to get help. Flash forward years later, she has been able to have been a part and lead a community of women and men sharing their stories and their bodies online for the world to see. By using social media as a transparency tool and exposure therapy she has gained confidence and inspired others to start their own self love journeys. She currently lives in Toronto but spends time traveling, enjoys getting lost in pop science books and continues to practice self love whenever she can get a chance.*

Join Kenzie and Sarnia Speaks as they talk about everything from mental health and self image to influencing hundreds of thousands on social media and creating social change through personal storytelling. This ‘fireside’ style chat will include an interactive Q&A portion where you can ask Kenzie questions.

Doors open at 6 p.m.

Talk starts at 6:30 p.m.

Event is free, no tickets or RSVPs are required. Open seating. Event made possible thanks to the generous support of the Art Therapy event. For any other questions, contact

NOTE: As always, this dialogue is not intended to be a platform to ask for or give medical advice. Due to the nature of an open dialogue, we cannot predict what content will be discussed. Attendees should understand that dialogue will be unfiltered and may include content that could be upsetting to some.

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