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What was your favorite academic subject growing up? My favorite academic subject growing up was Math.
If you could make one change in the world, what would it be? If I could make one change in the world, it would be to provide each and every child with the resources necessary to learn in school and at home so that we as society may improve the equality of our education system across all communities.
Who is your biggest fan? My biggest fans are definitely my parents. They have always been my greatest support system and have made countless sacrifices for both my sister and me. I can always count on them to cheer the loudest at every one of my performances and seeing them in the audience brings me so much joy.
Do pineapples belong on pizza? No!
What's next on your bucket list? Next up on my bucket list is traveling to New York! I've spent barely any time on the East Coast and would absolutely love to see a show on Broadway.
Most adventurous thing you've ever done in your life? Most adventurous thing I've done was take a five-week travel course during the summer in college. We went to Greece and a handful of countries in Northern Europe. It was my first time traveling outside of the country, and it was so exciting to experience all of the different cultures with my peers.
Describe your dream vacation. My dream vacation includes the perfect combination of relaxation and activities! I would love to go to Australia to experience the many amazing land and ocean ecosystems from the beaches to the deserts. Surfing, hiking, and trying new foods are just a few of the things on my list of things I want to do there.
How did you get your start dancing? My mom first enrolled me into dance when I was 3 years old. She was inspired by her students at the time who danced. Apparently I had lots of energy as a toddler so it ended up being the perfect fit!
Most embarrassing dance memory? When I was in middle school, I forgot my solo while I was on stage. It was the first time I had ever forgotten choreography while performing. Luckily, I picked right back up after only a few counts and was able to finish strong, but it is still one of my biggest dance nightmares!
Your go-to karaoke song? Love Story by Taylor Swift
What is your guilty pleasure? All desserts, especially ice cream and frozen yogurt.
How would your best friend describe you? My friends would describe me as someone who might seem serious and reserved at first, but once you get to know me is actually bubbly and quite goofy! They would also say I know how to achieve the balance between working hard and staying focused on what's important to me, but also having fun and enjoying life.
Coffee or tea? Coffee!
Favorite thing about Los Angeles? My favorite thing about Los Angeles is the history of the city. Both my parents were born and raised in Southern California so I love hearing stories about the things they liked to do in Los Angeles and how each pocket of the city has maintained its unique attributes throughout the years.
Favorite charity or cause that you love to support? My favorite cause I love to support is anything that has to do with reaching children in the community. My mother is an elementary school teacher, my father used to also teach elementary education, and my sister is studying to become a teacher! Seeing second-hand how important it is to serve as a positive figure in children's lives has encouraged me to find opportunities where I can donate both time and money into helping the youth grow.
Advice to your younger self? If I could offer my younger self a piece of advice, it would be to not stress so much about the unknown, especially when it comes to the future. Throughout high school and even parts of college, I feel as though I rid myself from enjoying some experiences because I was too focused on the end result rather than enjoying the journey and being patient with myself. Although I am still not perfect at living in the moment, it is a practice I am working on each and every day! I feel lucky to have friends, coworkers, and family who help me to do so in all facets of life.
What would it mean to you to be a Rams cheerleader? To me, being a Rams cheerleader not only means getting the opportunity to share my passion for dance with my teammates and the community, but getting the chance to serve as a community figure to promote unity, especially for the city of Los Angeles. As mentioned, I love the city of Los Angeles for its robust history and being able to represent a team that has brought so much vitality to the city and to all of its fans is such a wonderful and gratifying experience.