Years on the team: 2
Birthday: November 7th
Occupation: Recent Post-Graduate George Brown dancer
Favourite Argo memory: When my mom and I shared the stage and microphone at the Women’s Cancers awareness game in toronto in 2011!
What do you like to do in your spare time? Spend time with my good friends, family, and take drop in dance classes.
How do you stay in shape in the off season? Go to the gym, eat healthy, take as many dance classes as I can and ride my bike!
When did you start dancing/cheerleading? I started dancing at the age of 3 and my first cheerleading experience was with the Argos when I was 19.
What inspired you to try-out for the Argos cheerleading team? My mom was a big inspiration of mine, she cheerleaded for the Argos in 1978 and had the best experience.
If you could make one dream come true what would it be? To have the opportunity to perform on BROADWAY!
Tell us something most people don’t know about you: When people first meet me, they don’t realize that secretly I love to play the clown and make people laugh.
What are you most excited about regarding the 100th Grey Cup? I’m really looking forward to celebrating the big win of the Toronto Argos!
Players often have pre game routines, what’s your pre game routine? A couple of the girls and I love to eat lots of candy to get us excited and blast our favourite music!
Where do you see yourself in five years? In 5 years I see myself being a happy, healthy, energetic young woman!
What or who is your greatest inspiration? I’m extremely close with my mother and grandmother and they have been the two most amazing female role models in my life ever! I hope to one day, be just as strong as they both are!