DCC Alumni Spotlight – Amberly Hix Lowrance
Amberly was a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader for two seasons- 2004 and 2005. After finishing four years at Texas Tech University, she decided to drop everything and audition for the team of her dreams. Amberly got her boots that year and had two incredible seasons with the Cowboys. Some of her most memorable moments were the performances opportunities she had while on the team. Destiny’s Child, Cheryl Crowe, and Journey were some of the artists she got the pleasure of meeting and performing with. Dancing to “Don’t Stop Believing” with Journey was a moment that she will never forget.
Even though DCC brought her many incredible memories and opportunities, it was the friends and relationships that she put the most value on. Her main piece of advice was to be thankful for the people around you. She encouraged me to ˚. Amberly made many incredible friends during her time with the team and still stays in touch with them today. This is a true testament to the sisterhood of DCC.
After her DCC career, she launched into a new chapter of her life. She was accepted into pharmacy school and began the journey to get her doctorate degree. Since graduating, she’s had a job at a rehabilitation hospital as a pharmacist, assisted in opening a private pharmacy, got married, and started a family – with another baby on the way!
Amberly and I are both in the medical field, so we really connected in our career aspirations. She is incredibly inspiring to me in the way she has pursued her education and very successful career as a pharmacist. From the moment I spoke to her, I admired her intelligence, passion for dance, and how driven she is. Developing two incredible careers as a dancer and pharmacist takes a special kind of person with a work ethic to match. It is such an honor to share the same DCC sisterhood with Amberly.