TEAM ROLLIN' WEAR

Jenny Brewer, MOT, OTR/L

President and Founder of Rollin’ Wear, Inc. 

jenny@rollinwear.com

As president of the company, Jenny oversees all company functions. She is actively involved in customer relations and remains committed to excellent service as well as advocacy.

 As an Occupational Therapy (OT) grad student, Jenny learned of the lack of stylish adaptive apparel in the U.S.  Early in her OT career she developed Rollin’ Wear with the feedback from wheelchair users.

Jenny continues to work as an occupational therapist and in her free time enjoys time with her two children, traveling and seeking out adventurous opportunities. She is also an active duty military spouse therefore has moved all over the country.  Although this can be a challenge, Jenny is ready to take all she has learned professionally and personally to grow Rollin' Wear and better meet the needs of its customers. 

Cheyenne Capps

Sales and Brand Manager of Rollin’ Wear, Inc.

chey@rollinwear.com

Chey is new to our team and is influential in our relaunch.  She has a business and management background and will be focusing on the customer service experience as well as sales and marketing.  She is passionate about providing quality products to increase one’s function and fashion.  

Chey is located out of North Florida and enjoys warm weather, the beach, all things active and her cat Tucker! 

Chris Holcomb

ROLL Model/Spokesperson, Associate in Product Development

chris@rollinwear.com

Chris assists with product development and is actively involved in customer relations. Chris was featured as our first ROLL Model and our first denim jean line, the HOLCOMB, was named after him.  

Chris’ vast involvement in disability advocacy, adaptive sports and community relations made him an important addition to the Rollin’ Wear team.  He has been with Rollin’ Wear since the start of product development and is committed to meeting the needs of all customers. 

Chris has a strong background in sales, however since his auto accident in 2004 resulting in C-7 Quadriplegia, his professional goals have shifted and now he is focused on providing products that improve people’s quality of life.  Chris is avid in hand cycling, pushrim racing, and plays quad rugby. He also works with others in his community to provide independent living.  

Along with Chris’ many roles he is first and foremost a father to his daughter Nicole. He enjoys spending time with his daughter, athletic training, traveling, extreme sports and rocking out at concerts.