3 Year Veteran - 2010, 2011, 2012
Hometown: Austin, Texas
Occupation: Sales Associate and Dance Choreographer
Education: Bachelors of Arts in Theatre and Dance
Dance Background & Experience: My mom was a dancer, so I grew up in the dance world. I was on a dance team in high school, and a part of the Texas Pom Squad for all four years of college. Post graduation I moved to New York and continued my career as an assistant choreographer to Broadway Choreographer Lisa Shriver.
Words to live by/favorite quote: “If the sky that we look upon, should tumble and fall. And the mountains should crumble to the sea. I won’t cry, I won’t cry, no I won’t shed a tear, just as long as you stand, stand by me.” –Ben E. King
Five words that describe you: Optimistic, Efficient, Outgoing, Adventurous, Fashionista
- Former Player: Roger Staubach
- Movie: Remember the Titans, Ever After and The Sandlot
- DFW Area Restaurant: I would like to expand this to Texas Restaurants, and I pick Maudies in Austin, TX. The greatest restaurant in the world.
- Article of Clothing: Shoes, shoes, and more shoes
- Phone App: MiLB.com
- Cartoon Character: Scooby Doo
- TV Show: Modern Family, CSI, Criminal Minds
- Holiday: New Years!! Everyone in the world, regardless of their religion, country or background celebrate together!
- Song Right Now: The Fear by Ben Howard
- Workout: Swimming
- Meal: Enchiladas from Maudies
- Celebrity Idol: Ralph Lauren
One thing most people would be surpised to learn is...I’ve had black hair before.
Dream Job: To star on the TV show Criminal Minds
Dream Vacation Destination: I would love to first travel to Australia, then visit New Zealand and finally Bali.
Why did you decide to audition for the DCC?: After I moved home to Texas, I realized I wasn’t finished performing! DCC auditions were coming up and I decided to give it a shot. Not only am I able to continue my passion, but I gained a great group of friends along the way!
What are some of your DCC highlights?: I tell people all the time, when in uniform, we become Superman! Being able to give back to the community, visit hospitals, visit veterans is what truly makes this job amazing. I love the charity work that I think many people forget we do, it’s the best part of being a DCC!
Advice for someone who dreams of becoming a DCC: Anything is possible! Just work hard, keep positive, and follow your dreams!
- 2012 Show Group
- 75th USO Tour