What’s the best part about being a WRC?
All of the connections I’ve made with my teammates, the fans, servicemen and women, kids, dogs, the list goes on and on! I love my Redskins family!
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Tenure: 3rd Year
Hometown: Sewell, NJ
College: Towson University
“With Grace and Grit” has taken on many meanings for me throughout my time as a Washington Redskins Cheerleader. When I made the decision to audition to be a First Lady of Football, I learned that grit is about having the courage to create the life of your dreams despite the opinion and approval of others. I learned the value of walking into a room with confidence, but more importantly the value of walking into a room with grace, poise and humility.
Once I made the team, I quickly realized that the grit didn’t end with auditions. The title of a Washington Redskins Cheerleader comes with a ton of hard work and dedication. I know one day when we look back on our time as Washington Redskins Cheerleaders, it won’t be the moments of grit that we remember, it will be the moments of grace. It’s the moments when we are making a positive impact on the youth. It’s the moments when we are speaking with servicemen and women on military tours. It’s the moments when we are doing what we love, performing! These are the moments that will continue to be the legacy of the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders.
Once my time as a Washington Redskins Cheerleader comes to an end, I will continue to bring the incredible work ethic and grit I’ve gained with me to all aspects of my life. I feel lucky that I am able to live the life of my dreams. With grace, I will always allow and inspire others to do the same.