QUESTIONS:Best part of being a Thunder Girl:
Being able to share my passion and love for dancing and performing with so many people, being a role model to young girls, and having the opportunity to interact with the best fans in the NBA on a daily basis.
Talk about the first time you started dancing:
I started dancing when I was in preschool. As a little girl I was very shy, and I think dancing really helped to give me confidence and bring me out of my shell.
In three words, describe yourself:
Kind-hearted, competitive and honest
Thing about Thunder fans that impresses you most:
Their dedication, not only to our team but also to our community. The Thunder has given fans a sense of unity that has really brought people together in times of need.
Something Thunder fans may not know about you:
I played the oboe in middle school. Although I thought it was highly embarrassing at the time, I now realize that it really helped with my musicality as a dancer.
One day to do whatever you want, it would be:
Relax and read a book. Sometimes a girl just needs some time to herself!
I smell EVERYTHING. I’m not sure why, but I’ve always been drawn to the way things smell
Biggest Fear: Drowning. I’ve always been pretty claustrophobic, but being trapped under water is definitely my biggest fear.
One goal you want to accomplish in your life: I want to someday start my own animal rescue. I have always had a passion for animals, and I would love to have a greater impact on those that are abused or neglected.
Advice to young aspiring dancers: Do what makes you happy, never settle, and never allow someone to make you feel inferior.
FAVORITESMusic Genre: Country
Dancing Song: Anything Beyonce
Hobbies: Cleaning, hanging out with my dog, Beau, and traveling to new places
Clothing Item/Accessory: Shoes
Phone App: Instagram
Vacation Spot: Anywhere on the water
Movie: "The Proposal"
TV Show/Series: "Duck Dynasty"
Cartoon Character: Kimpossible
Guilty Pleasure Food: Nutella
Words to live by/favorite quote (with author/source): “She is clothed with strength and dignity and laughs without fear of the future” -Proverbs 31:25