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  • Occupation: Student
  • Tenure: 3

Favorite Charity: My family and I are heavily involved in raising money for the MS Society. They have provided a great deal of assistance and support to my family, and participating in their annual fundraising events is something that we are able to do together!

Pets: I have two dogs, Samson and Buster!

Your favorite Off the Field experience: Traveling to Mobile, Alabama in 2012 with my teammates to perform at the Senior Bowl! It was awesome cheering on the best college football players.

Biggest Fear: It’s a little embarrassing, but even as an adult I am still terrified of the dark! So much so, that I can’t fall asleep at night without my TV on because I need the light!

Craziest Thing You’ve Ever Done: My family is really into skiing and snowboarding, so for the past few years we’ve been going to Park City, Utah for our annual family vacations. It might not seem too crazy - but to me, learning how to ski is the craziest thing I have ever done. I remember the first time the ski lift dropped me off at the top of the mountain and I was terrified… but the feeling when I made it down in one piece was amazing!

What you like to do in your spare time: Lately, whenever I have some free time, I find myself wanting to redecorate! I’m always rearranging furniture, and looking for new decorations to hang on the walls. I watch a lot of HGTV, so I’m a little bit of a wannabe interior decorator.

Favorite Quote: "Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain." – Vivian Greene

Favorite Movie: "Anchorman"! My friends and I quote it all the time, so now every time I watch it, it reminds me of them.

Favorite TV Show: "Dexter"

Famous person you would most like to spend a day with: Jennifer Aniston. She’s my favorite actress and having the opportunity to talk to her about her success in her career would be incredible!

Your go-to Philadelphia area restaurant: I love a good cheesesteak, so Geno’s Steaks is my go-to every time!

Where did you get your inspiration to become a dancer/cheerleader? My inspiration to be a dancer came from my grandmother. She is an amazing performer, and was able to pass on her talent to generations of students through her dance studio, as well as generations in our family. She has been dancing her entire life, and is still dancing today!

Something on your bucket list: One of the things on my bucket list is to go skydiving! I just need to work up the courage first!

Song that gets you pumped up: "I Could Be the One" by Avicii