McKenzie Click
Program Coordinator

McKenzie Click was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and has always enjoyed spending time outside, whether on the Puget Sound or in the mountains. She originally moved to Seattle to study Applied Human Biology at Seattle Pacific University. During her time in college, she volunteered with at risk youth and spent time shadowing occupational and physical therapists. McKenzie began her work in adaptive recreation as a summer camp counselor for Outdoors for All during her college years and has also volunteered as an adaptive ski instructor.

After graduating from SPU, she worked as a physical therapy technician caring for individuals with a wide range of injuries and disabilities. She is a firm believer in the benefits and joys found outdoors and is committed to creating an environment where those opportunities are available to everyone. When she is not at work you will most likely find her sailing, kayaking, camping or playing tennis. You may even find her enjoying some of Seattle’s wonderful food!