Hometown: O’Fallon, Illinois
College: University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
Occupation: Registered nurse, currently pursuing a degree in Certified Nurse Midwifery
Nickname: Gabs, Gabby, Gabtron, Gabalanche, Gabrella
Zodiac sign: Capricorn
Movie: “Armageddon” for a good cry, “Bridesmaids” for a good laugh
TV Show: “Parks and Recreation”
Song to dance to: Anything by John Legend
Junk food: Doritos, gummy bears
Dream car: One incapable of flat tires
Holiday: Fourth of July
Animal: My dog, Nardo
Former Broncos Player: Floyd “The Franchise” Little
Place to vacation: Costa Rica
Disney movie: "Frozen"
Quote: “Set your life on fire. Seek those who fan your flames.” — Rumi
Get to know DBC Gabriela
What does being a DBC mean to you? Being a DBC means having an opportunity to make a difference in our community. Whether it is connecting with a fan at a game, empowering a young girl to follow her dreams or spending the weekend skiing with athletes from NSCD, it encourages me to be the best person I can be.
Who is your inspiration? The brilliant nurses I get to work side by side with each day.
What was the first concert you went to? Journey and Men at Work with my dad. (Insert crying laughing emoji here.)
What is your biggest fear? Bears and mountain lions.
Are you an introvert or an extrovert? Introvert.
What was your first job? Dance teacher, obviously.
What’s up next on your bucket list? Yoga teacher training in India, or a silent 10-day meditation retreat.
When was the last time you did something you were afraid of? A few months ago at auditions.
What is your dream vacation destination? Anywhere quiet with a beach.
Do you have any pets? Yes! A perfect goldendoodle named Nardo, which is short for Leonardo.
What sports did you play growing up? Dance.
When did you first start dancing / cheerleading? 12 years old.
If you could have a superpower, what would it be? To make anyone laugh!
In 10 years I see myself... On the field at Mile High in those iconic white chaps.
As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? A dancer!
What advice would you give your younger self? Don’t sweat the small stuff.