Jackie Bob

5 Year Veteran - 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Hometown: Lancaster, California

Occupation: Clinical Assistant for M.D FACS

Education: Liberal Studies Major and Child Development Minor

Dance Background & Experience: I’ve been involved in cheerleading and gymnastics for over twenty years and also eight years experience in the NFL.

Words to live by/favorite quote: “You must do the thing you think you cannot do”

Five words that describe you: Nurturing, Humorous, Driven, Well-Spoken, Messy (at times... just my closet lol)


  • Former Player: Emmitt Smith
  • Movie: Life
  • DFW Area Restaurant: Nick and Sam’s Grill
  • Article of Clothing: Scarfs
  • Phone App: Groupon App
  • Cartoon Character: Minnie Mouse
  • TV Show: American Idol
  • Holiday: Christmas
  • Charity: A Wish with Wings
  • Ice Cream: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
  • Junk Food Weakness: Cinnamon Rolls

One thing most people would be surprised to learn is... I’m afraid of ants. Yes, little tiny ants have the ability to make me cry.

Biggest Fear: The ocean and massive tidal waves give me nightmares.

What would be your superpower?: I would love to be able to fly.

Most Embarrassing Moment: In college I fell from the top of a three-high pyramid in front of the entire student section during a football game. It was brutally embarrassing. My ego hurt more than my back.

Dream Job: Lawyer specializing in Sports and Entertainment or Broadcaster

Dream Vacation Destination: St. Lucia or Barbados

Why did you decide to audition for the DCC?: My favorite quote is what motivated me to audition. “You must do the thing you think you cannot do” I tried out for the DCC because I honestly didn’t think I had a chance. That one negative thought is what pushed me to audition and prove that I could in fact cheer on America’s Team.

What's your most memorable game moment?: It would have to be my first game, I know that’s not a creative answer but there is no better feeling than working hard for an entire summer and finally feeling like it was worth it. I kept looking at the faces and my teammates across the field. It was a moment I could never forget.

What are some of your DCC highlights?: Gamedays at Cowboys Stadium are exhilarating and jam-packed with excitement but my experiences on three USO tours have been my favorite part of the DCC. I have had the opportunity to shake the hands of soldiers all over the world, sit beside and hear the stories of wounded warriors and witness ceremonies honoring some remarkable servicemen. I have grown and learned the true meaning of service and sacrifice because of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders and their commitment to our troops.

Advice for someone who dreams of becoming a DCC: You’ll never know if you never try! If you practice hard, work hard and stay focused on your goals eventually your dreams will come true.


  • 2012 & 2013 Group Leader
  • 2011, 2012 & 2013 Show Group
  • 2012 Veteran of the Year
  • 73rd & 75th USO Tours