Hometown: Boulder, CO
College: University of Colorado Boulder
Zodiac sign: Aquarius
TV Show: "Friends"
Song to dance to: Anything country!
Junk food: Salt & vinegar Chips
Dream car: Tesla
Color: Orange and blue, of course!
Holiday: National Dance Day
Former Broncos Player: DeMarcus Ware
Place to vacation: Santorini, Greece
Disney movie: High School Musical (1, 2 and 3)
College football team: CU — Sko Buffs!
Quote: “Happiest girls are the prettiest.”
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What does being a DBC mean to you? To me, being a Denver Broncos Cheerleader means representing the past, present and future DBC alumna with class and humility. It also means inspiring and creating relationships with the community through the outreach programs we’re a part of (JDBC, Carne Asada, Children’s Hospital and much more). To be a DBC is to embrace the legacy, that I’m so incredibly lucky to be a part of.
Who is your inspiration? My high school poms coach and former DBC, Lindy!
Tell us about the first concert you've ever been to. 3OH!3. If you know, you know.
What is your biggest fear? Waters and fish
What habit would you most like to break? Picking at my nails
What was your first job? Hostess
What’s up next on your Bucket List? Traveling to Asia — Indonesia, Thailand
When was the last time you did something you were afraid of? Yesterday — challenging myself is a hobby.
What is your dream vacation destination? Fiji
Any hidden talents or tricks you can do? I can do the worm, forwards and backwards!
Do you have any pets? I have a little cat named Moe!
What sports did you play growing up? I played soccer all of my childhood until I was in sophomore in high school.
When did you first start dancing / cheerleading I started dancing my sophomore year of high school (16 years old).
Describe yourself in four words? Tenacious, adventurous, intrinsically-motivated, sarcastic
If you could have a superpower, what would it be? Teleporting — traffic drives me crazy!
As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up As a kid, I wanted to be an orthodontist so badly.
What advice would you give your younger self? Enjoy nap time; it’s all I think about these days.