Years on Squad: Six
College: Graduate of Drexel University Lebow College of Business with a B.S. in Business Administration and a concentration in Marketing
Career: Sales Analyst at a Fortune 500 company
Highlight of Gameday: Each season, I look forward to the games in the month of October because throughout the entire NFL, players, coaches, cheerleaders and referees bring awareness to the importance of breast cancer prevention, treatment, and research. The on-field and in-stadium branding along with the wearing of pink apparel, all helps to raise awareness.
Community Involvement: Visiting the Ciudad de Angeles Children’s Home in Mexico. Not only did we have the opportunity to visit and tour the school, but we were able to spend several hours reading to the children and playing on the playground. Our ENTIRE squad donated hundreds of pairs of new shoes for the children. It was such a moving experience and our goal is to donate again as a team right before the holidays.
Best Friends on the Squad: Jess, Christine, Victoria
Sailing with the US Coast Guard aboard the USCGC Eagle. We were able to spend time with the servicemen and women and thank them for their service to our country. We even learned how to tie knots including the Midshipman’s Hitch!
Personal Time: I have a bucket list of destinations that I plan to travel to in my lifetime. Most recently, I traveled to Sonoma Valley and enjoyed the beautiful weather, fresh air, and learned about the wine making process.
You May Not Know: I am an identical twin! Her name is Gabriella and we were born 10 minutes apart. We are both Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders and were even featured together in the 2016 Eagles Cheerleader Swimsuit Calendar for the month of July!
Just Have To Share: My favorite place in Philadelphia is Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, providing a little escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday city life. Spanning just half a block on Philadelphia's famous South Street, the exhibit includes both indoor and outdoor galleries open to the public. Isaiah Zagar created the space using nontraditional materials such as colorful glass bottles, ceramic tiles, and thousands of glittering mirrors. Although the museum is not very large, this unique artistic area proves that creativity does not have any limits.