Major or Degree: Bachelor of the Arts : Education, with endorsements in Elementary Education and Middle Level Humanities
Years as a Sea Gal: 3
Dance Background: I officially started dancing and competing as a freshman in high school.
Hobbies: In my free time, I enjoy hiking, camping, spending time with family, reading, and learning Spanish.
Major Accomplishment: My greatest accomplishment has been graduating college and starting my teaching career.
Best Experience: My best experience as a Sea Gal happens every time I am at CenturyLink. It happens at our pregame practices when we enter the mostly empty stadium. I look out at the sea of empty seats, then down at the intricacies of the turf and think, “I cannot believe this is real life!” I don’t know why, but it never goes away, that wonder. I am always hit by it at pregame practice: I really get to dance on this field for these awesome fans at every game!
How I Stay Fit: I stay fit by practicing our dance routines on my own, running, hiking, and lifting weights. I try to find time to exercise in one way or another every day.
Best Part of Being a Sea Gal: The best part of being a Sea Gal is the privilege of working with this outstanding group of women. They are such an incredible community of women who care for and value one another, and that isn’t something one normally finds in a group of beautiful women.