COLLEGE & DEGREE: University of Arizona, Sports and Society
OCCUPATION: Personal Assistant
Dallas Cowboys: Randy Gregory
Season of the Year: Fall
High School Teacher: Mrs. Baffert
Food: French Fries
TV Show: The Office
Sweet or Salty: Sweet
Workout: Leg day!
WHAT INSPIRES YOU? The person who inspires me the most is my mother. She has taught me everything I know and made me the strong, independent women I am today. She’s my rock.
WHAT IS ONE THING YOU CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT? I cannot live without my puppy, Carl! We are attached at the hip and he is my best friend. We have each other’s backs no matter what!
DO YOU HAVE ANY REGRETS? I regret not using my voice earlier and not fully being myself. I have always tried to conform to what society wanted me to be and now, I’m just being me!
BIGGEST MOTIVATION? My biggest motivation is my family! They are my biggest supporters and always push me to be the best I can be. I do everything I do to make them proud.
DO YOU HAVE ANY PETS (IF SO LIST NAMES)? I do! I have a dog named Stitch that lives with my mom and a puppy named Carl who lives with me!
BEACH OR MOUNTAIN VACATION? Beach! I love laying by the water with that nice ocean breeze.
DESCRIBE A PERFECT DAY IN YOUR LIFE: I would wake up, make some coffee, play with my puppy and go lay by the pool while I caught up on my reading! I love a nice relaxing day!
HOW DO OTHERS DESCRIBE YOU? Loyal, quiet (but loud), good listener, outgoing, thoughtful
DO YOU HAVE ANY HIDDEN TALENTS? I can finish a whole cake in a day!
DO YOU HAVE ANY NICKNAMES? Chan or Chan-lee
NAME 5 GUESTS AT YOUR DINNER PARTY: Michael Scott, Zendaya, Michelle Obama, Beyonce, Sandra Bullock
WHAT IS THE THEME SONG OF YOUR LIFE? I Was Here by Beyonce
WHAT IS YOUR DANCING BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE?
I danced at Ballet Tucson from the ages of 3-14 years old, where I studied Ballet, Pointe, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop. While growing up I was accepted into summer programs with American Ballet Theater Austin, ABT Orange County, School of American Ballet, Joffrey Ballet. I was also on Salpointe Catholic High School Pomline and University of Arizona Pomline.
WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO AUDITION FOR DCC? I saw two of my teammates and one former pommie from Arizona Pomline go on and achieve their dreams of becoming a DCC. I also have been watching the DCC since my freshman year of college. Once my college coach started talking to me more about the DCC, I started to research them more and fell in love. Not only do I love the fact that the DCC get to dance and cheer on the best team in the NFL, I also love how involved they are in community. That drew me in even more.
WHAT DO YOU LIKE MOST ABOUT BEING A PART OF DCC? The best thing about being a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader is being able to inspire others. Whether it’s inspiring someone to get out in their community more, try out for your dream team or even wearing your hair natural, like I am this year. Knowing that you are a role model and someone looks up to you, is the best part about being a DCC because you have that ability to change someone’s life for the better and they will carry that with them forever.
PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT: Becoming a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader, being the Arizona Pomline Captain for 2 years, being a Kairos Leader, winning multiple pageant titles, volunteering for the Salvation Army, visiting vets at the VA Hospital, adopting my puppy, Carl, dancing on a cruise ship, Dancing in France when I was 12 years old, being accepted to ballet summer programs
IN 10 YEARS FROM NOW I WILL … Be on vacation with my besties and spending time with my family!