3 Year Veteran - 2012, 2013, 2014

Hometown: Orange County, California

Occupation: Student/Nanny

Education: Business Administration

Dance Background & Experience: • I’ve been dancing since I was 4, at age 5 I switched over into cheerleading. I’ve cheered my entire life all the way through high school and was Varsity Captain of my cheer squad.

Words to live by/favorite quote: “Believe in the beauty of your dreams”

Five words that describe you: - Compassionate, Genuine, Optimistic, Diligent and Dedicated


  • Former Player: Emmitt Smith
  • Movie: Grease
  • DFW Area Restaurant: 7 Salsas
  • Article of Clothing: All of my crazy Socks!
  • Phone App: Snapchat
  • Cartoon Character: Mu-Shu - the little dragon form Mulan
  • TV Show: The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones
  • Holiday: Halloween, Christmas
  • Charity: The Salvation Army
  • Ice Cream: Cookies and Cream
  • Junk Food Weakness: Cookies and Cream Hershey bar!

One thing most people would be surprised to learn is... - I was a little bit of a tom boy when I was little, growing up with all brothers made me competitive in sports. I played baseball for 5 years and softball for 5 years.

Biggest Fear: - Losing the ones I love, Family is the most important thing to me.

What would be your superpower?: Reading Minds!

Dream Job: - My absolute dream job is to become a designer. Since I was a little girl I've love art and drawing, whether its architecture, clothing, or designing websites, I would love to bring my creations to life.

Dream Vacation Destination: - Bora Bora! I dream of staying on a water bungalow with glass floors!

Why did you decide to audition for the DCC?: I was inspired when I saw the DCC perform on their USO Tour in Korea. I got to talk to some of the DCC, and they were very encouraging so I decided to fly to Dallas and give it a chance.

What are some of your DCC highlights?: • What I love most about being a part of DCC is that we get to share or wonderful experiences with people through community service appearances and traveling across country. Just one performance can change thousands of lives. It changed mine.

Advice for someone who dreams of becoming a DCC: • Don’t give up on your dream, keep pushing forward, and never let outside influences bring you down no matter how tough the road is to get there.