Wizard Girls Bio: Javai

JAVAI

Name Javai
Years as Wizard Girl 2nd year
Hometown Clinton, MD
Occupation Child Psychiatric Specialist

Hi I’m Javai! I am so excited to return as a second year veteran! You all made my year in 2009 as the internet fan pick! I cannot wait to see all of the Wizard fans old and new at the games! It’s an honor to cheer on the Washington Wizards with the greatest fans in the NBA! Look for me at the games, I AM Always all Smiles as I flip across the court! –Go WIZARDS!

What college or university did you attend?  Howard University

When you are not at work, in class or dancing with the Wizards, what is your favorite thing to do?  My favorite thing to do when I am not dancing is to spend to time with my family and friends! I absolutely live for time spent having fun on vacation or in DC with my friends! As for my family, I cannot imagine living without the Sunday Dinners we share.

Favorite thing about being a Wizard Girl? My favorite part about being a Wizard Girl is attending the Charity events, especially around Christmas time! It warms my heart to meet fans across the DC Metropolitan area! I would also say having a great view of the game, is not bad either! There is no place I would rather be during the season than in the locker room spraying glitter and getting ready with my teammates to perform at Verizon Center! I have the best teammates, on and off the court!

What was your most interesting job?  Giving elevator tours at the Washington Monument!

Something most people don’t know about you? I have never had milk and cereal!

Favorite thing about DC?  The culture is amazing from every angle!

3 words that describe you best: fascinating, personable, and resilient!

What’s one thing you can’t live without? I cannot live without laughter!

Animated character I most resemble: Penny Proud of the Disney Show the Proud Family!

Favorites:
TV Show: America’s Next Best Dance Crew
Movie: The Notebook
Book: The Bible 
DC Restaurant: Lauriol Plaza
Song: "That’s How Strong My Love Is" by Alicia Keys
Quote/Saying: "Without struggle there is no progress"
Frederick Douglass

Who do you admire most and why? My parents because growing up they were able to dedicate their time to our family and still pursue their dreams, work, and attend school for higher education. They are model citizens that do a lot for the community. They epitomize the American Dream! Their love for me and my family is nothing short of unconditional and amazing!