Meet Megan DeJarnett
Megan DeJarnett was diagnosed at the age of 2 with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). SMA is a genetic neuromuscular disorder that affects motor neurons in the spinal cord causing progressive muscle degeneration and weakness. The life challenges that Megan has faced with a neuromuscular disease are more difficult than most people. With a tremendous faith in God and the love and support of her family, Megan lives life determined to experience life to the fullest and choose joy over despair.
Megan’s passion is motivating others to approach life with an ‘I can do this!’ attitude. Her ability to share her story and encourage others to look at life through a new lens is only one of her tremendous gifts.
Megan is the founder of No Such Thing, a company with a mission to help others redefine purpose by removing defining labels. As an author, she is currently producing a series of children’s books.
Megan’s proudest personal accomplishments are as a wife and mother. Megan, along with her husband Jake, are raising their two sons in Nashville, TN. Jake is a professional musician and when either of them travel, the entire family goes along. Their sons, Bronx and Shai, are always in tow and part of everything they do.
For Megan, life is providing amazing family, friends, and an inspiring story about overcoming improbabilities. Let her story be an inspiration for you or your organization. Please contact her by filling out the form under “Contact”
Megan DeJarnett is the organizational founder of No Such Thing, whose mission is to help others ‘redefine purpose by removing defining labels”.