Kenzi Podell


Kenzi’s instruments include:

  • Piano

  • French Horn

  • Trumpet

  • Guitar

  • Ukulele

  • Steel Drums

  • Accordion

  • Niabinghi Drumming

Kenzi’s core values: Compassion, Support, and Integrity

Kenzi Podell is a licensed and nationally board-certified music therapist. She received her degree in Music Therapy from Georgia College. During her studies, Kenzi completed her internship with the Fulton County School System where she worked with ages Pre-K through transitional school. In Summer of 2019, Kenzi provided music for multiple camps including FOCUS Team, FOCUS Camp Hollywood, and The George Center’s Camp CreARTive. 

Within Kenzi’s clinicals, she has experience with children and adults with developmental disabilities, children with physical impairments, group memory care, children with emotional/behavior disorders, neurotypical childhood development, children with hearing impairments, and adaptive and neurotypical music lessons in trumpet, French horn, piano, and ukulele. 

Prior to becoming a Music Therapist, Kenzi spent many hours volunteering at The George Center with groups such as Any Dream Will Do, Bucket Drumming, and Camp CreARTive. While studying Music Therapy, Kenzi led an adaptive rock band for adults with developmental disabilities. She also led a bucket drumming small group for boys with emotional/behavioral disorders. In Summer of 2016, she studied abroad in Jamaica to provide Music Therapy to children with hearing impairments. Through that experience, Kenzi became familiar with some sign language.

Kenzi has been playing piano since Kindergarten, which is what brought her to Music Therapy. While in elementary school, Kenzi went through Music Therapy and found her passion then. She hopes to support others using music the way it changed her life.