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  • Occupation: Bus. Dev. Manager
  • Hometown: Denver, CO
  • Tenure: 7
  • College: Univ. of Colorado


Business Development Manager

University of Colorado - Leeds School of Business


Denver, CO



Business Development Manager

University of Colorado - Leeds School of Business


Denver, CO

What would fans be surprised to know about you?
I was born in South Africa and moved to Colorado when I was two years old.

What has been your favorite Broncos moment?
My favorite Broncos moment was watching SuperBowl XXXII with my family and watching my dad burst into tears when we won. My family certainly bleeds orange and blue!

What is your favorite part of being a Denver Broncos Cheerleader veteran?
My favorite aspect of being a DBC veteran is having the honor to be an ambassador for the Denver Broncos in the community. Each year brings new opportunities to give back to our fans and our community in a more profound way. I have grown tremendously as a woman because of the people I have met as a DBC.

Any hidden talents or tricks you can do?
I love anything involving public speaking, especially tv and radio! In my next life, I will be a sports broadcaster.

Favorite current or all-time dance song
La Grange by ZZ Top

When did you first start dancing / cheerleading?
I started dancing when I was three years old. My mom put me in dance class because I was slightly pigeon-toed, and the doctor said my options were surgery or dance class. So I owe a very big thank you to my mom for choosing dance class!

Pet peeve

Zodiac sign

Favorite movie

Favorite TV Shows
Game of Thrones, Shameless, Modern Family, So You Think You Can Dance

Favorite time of year
Fall - because it is FOOTBALL SEASON!

Yoga, Skiing, Hiking - I try to take advantage of all of the outdoor beauty Colorado has to offer. I also enjoy spending time with family and friends, teaching yoga, and being as up to date on football news as possible!

Favorite quote
“I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.” - Michael Jordan

Song for the first dance ever learned was?
Lollipop by The Chordettes

Favorite style of dance
The one and only “DBC style” of dance - it is a very stylized, energetic, and rigorous form of dance. I also love jazz and hip-hop.

All-time favorite dance routine you've done?
LaGrange - we used to perform this routine before each home game and around the world on Armed Forces Entertainment tours. I still get chills every time I hear it!

Favorite meal or restaurant
Little Anita’s

Favorite junk food
Sour Patch Kids

Bad habit I'm trying to break
Living in my head instead of enjoying the moment

Three people on twitter I follow
John Elway, Sports Illustrated, Saturday Night Live

What I love most about my fellow DBC's?
The women on this team are incredibly poised, talented, and driven. It is an honor to be surrounded by people that are constantly pushing to be their very best. The strength of my fellow DBCs pushes me to reach my full potential in all aspects of my life.

I'd walk a mile to meet...
Terrell Davis - honestly, I’d walk a lot more than a mile… but if it only took a mile, I’d sprint!

In ten years, I see myself...
The “where do you see yourself in 5 or 10 years” question is one that I used to spend so much time focusing on. I would plan out my future in excruciating detail, leaving no stone unturned. Not to say planning ahead is a bad thing, but I think it is important to be engaged in the process of living in the present. The way I see it, there are two ways to approach life: you can be goal-oriented or process-oriented - I try to be process-oriented. If you are goal-oriented, all that matters is attaining your goal, no matter how you get there. If you are process-oriented, you achieve goals by living in the present and paying attention to the entire journey. You grow more as a person, learn from your mistakes, and are able to celebrate the little things in life. And in the end, the goal is so much more rewarding because you are aware of everything it took to get you there. So, I suppose in ten years, I hope to be ten years wiser, ten years happier, ten years more accomplished, and most importantly, ten more years of giving back to others.

Past accomplishment I'm really proud of is...
making the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders at 18 years old, being a team member for five years, and after a five year hiatus, making the team again. I think making it back ten years later was even more challenging than the first time around. I feel very honored to be a part of two different pieces of Broncos history with two generations of cheerleaders. To me, there is no greater honor than to be able to represent this esteemed organization.

A Guilty pleasure song I've downloaded
Run the World by Beyonce

In three words, my driving is described as...
Don’t. Even. Ask.

# of siblings
4 older brothers

Dream vacation location
The Yellowstone Club - but I’d like to be able to go in both wintertime and summertime

If I won the lottery, the most ridiculous thing I would buy is...
Sky Mall Magazine, so I could bring them out of bankruptcy and revive the tradition of buying frivolous products on an airplane.

Three things I always have in my fridge
Fruit, string cheese, Greek yogurt

Favorite 80's or 90's song
Eye of the Tiger (classic pump up song)

Most interesting class You've ever taken?
Speech and Debate - I learned the importance of being able to express oneself thoughtfully, eloquently, and articulately in a multitude of circumstances. Additionally, I eliminated the plague of “ums” and “likes” when speaking, which has proved to be invaluable in my life.

Best subject in school was...
Speech and Debate

What is your passion besides dancing?
Being active (yoga, hiking, skiing), making lasting memories with close friends and family, public speaking, and giving back to the community.

Dogs or Cats?
Combination? I would like a dog that requires the low maintenance level of a cat.

Craziest or most memorable Halloween costume
I think my favorite costume was when I dressed up as The Riddler from Batman as a child. You can’t go wrong in a bright green unitard covered in question marks...

New Year's resolution you make every year and break soon after
to not be so long winded…