Rookie - 2013

Hometown: Mesquite, TX

Occupation: Photographer & Graphic Designer

Education: Graphic Design

Dance Background & Experience: I started dance at a really young age, did a couple cameos dancing on Barney, then started competitive dancing during my middle school and high school years. I absolutely love to perform and entertain, so I wanted to continue to do so by auditioning for DCC.

Words to live by/favorite quote: “A dream is a wish your heart makes.” - Cinderella

Five words that describe you: Devoted, genuine, jovial, bold, witty


  • Former Player: Triplets – Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith & Michael Irvin
  • Movie: Pride and Prejudice (2005)
  • DFW Area Restaurant: Any hole in the wall Mexican restaurant or gas stations that sell Mexican food!
  • Article of Clothing: leopard robe
  • Phone App: eBay
  • Cartoon Character: Cinderella
  • TV Show: Criminal Minds & The Real Housewives
  • Holiday: Christmas
  • Charity: American National Red Cross, Salvation Army
  • Ice Cream: Not really a sweet eater
  • Junk Food Weakness: Cheetos Puffs – if I’m not careful, I will demolish the entire bag.

One thing most people would be surprised to learn is... I broke my back in high school doing a gymnastics move on a soccer goal and I can turn my belly button inside out (gross, I know).

Most Embarrassing Moment: When my ankle rolls in public and I bust it, which tends to happen quite frequently!

Dream Job: To be a Wedding/Event Designer or FBI Agent

Dream Vacation Destination: Tahiti would be amazing to visit!

Why did you decide to audition for the DCC?: When I was younger, I told myself, “you ARE going to do that one day.” I waited until after I graduated college to take the plunge in 2012, which was the first attempt to audition for DCC.

What are some of your DCC highlights?: Being a part of DCC, thus far, has been such an honor to be recognized as a potential to not only earn my stars and boots, but to also be an example to others who admire the Dallas Cowboys organization and the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders.

Advice for someone who dreams of becoming a DCC: Just go for it! You never know until you try and don’t give up if it doesn’t work out the first time around. It’s always best to do whatever you can to prepare yourself for this audition -- your dedication and will to achieve this goal will show on and off the dance floor.