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2010-11 Luvabulls: Meet Jessica


Chicago, Illinois


Chicago State University

What does being a member of the Luvabulls mean to you?

This organization is so much more than dancing and performing. I’ve grown as a young woman by being a member of this team. The Luvabulls have become my second family and I am so honored and proud to be a part of this great organization.

How has your dancing experience led you to this point?

I’ve danced all my life, so I think all of the training that I’ve had has prepared me to be flexible enough to keep up with the style that is synonymous with the Luvabulls.

What is your claim to fame—besides being a Luvabull?

I think my claim to fame is my commitment and dedication to my dreams.

What people do you admire the most and how have they supported or inspired you as a dancer?

The two individuals that I admire the most that have always supported me are my sister Janeen Bolden and my mother Ruthie Bolden. I look up to them because they are both strong individuals and they let nothing stand in the way of what they want to accomplish. They have instilled in me that nothing in life is given and I have to work hard to get what I want. I strive to become the women that they are now.

What is your proudest accomplishment to date and where do you see yourself in 10 years?

I am still working towards that proud moment of accomplishment. I am still in school pursuing a degree in business management, and once I obtain that I will then feel accomplished. I hope to take that degree and become the C.E.O. of my own company one day in the future. I hope to be married and on my way to the top in the next ten years.