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Cheerleader Spotlight: DBC McKenna

Posted Nov 10, 2017

Learn more about this second-year member of the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders.

About:

Hometown: Denver

College: University of Colorado at Boulder

Occupation: Behavioral Interventionist at a developmental center for children diagnosed with autism

Nickname: Kenna, Kennie, Ken

Zodiac sign: Cancer

Favorites:

Movie: “Dirty Dancing” or “Father of the Bride”

TV Show: “Modern Family”

Song to dance to: Right now, “My House” or “Hello Friday” by Flo Rida

Junk food: Donuts!

Dream car: Porsche Cayenne

Color: Blue and orange, duh!

Holiday: The Fourth of July, I love fireworks!

Animal: Monkey

Quote: “Let your smile change the world, but never let the world change your smile.”

Get to know McKenna:

What does being a DBC mean to you? Being a Denver Broncos Cheerleader is such a blessing. We are given the unique opportunity to represent this outstanding organization and interact with the amazing Denver community in a way that no other job can. Denver Broncos Cheerleaders are strong, professional, athletic and successful women, and I am forever grateful to be a part of this legacy.

Tell us about the first concert you’ve ever been to? The Fray! I went with my sister and dad when they performed in an indoor hockey rink in Vail before they got big. It was a blast!

What is your dream vacation destination? I would love to travel to Australia.

Any hidden talents or tricks you can do? I know American Sign Language! I’m also pretty good at jump roping and juggling.

When did you first start dancing/cheerleading? I have been in dance classes ever since I could walk. I danced for studios growing up and for my high school poms team for three years. This will be my fifth year dancing professionally.