Date of Birth: 01/29/2016
Height: 5' 4" Weight: 150 lbs
Resides: Alvin, Tx
I currently go to Alvin Community College, where I will soon obtain an Associates Degree in Business Administration. From there I plan to obtain my Bachelors Degree in Accounting and then obtain my CPA license to become a CPA.
I currently work at a Daycare in Alvin, TX, where I have worked for the last 3 years, since my senior year in High school. Soon I plan to find a job in my field of degree.
Tell us about your family:
I have a very supportive and loving family, who are all excited about me playing for the Houston Energy. I have 4 brothers, one in which passed away, and 2 sisters. My family is my everything and I love them everyday for that. My biggest supporter would have to be my crazy mother who taught me to set my mind to anything and never give up on something that seemed impossible, and here I stand.
Hobbies/Interesting things about you:
In my spare time, I love to be at the beach surfing, or outside riding four wheelers and getting muddy. I also like to go outside and play football in the back yard, especially after it has rained, with my sisters. Although I don’t get to do these activities as much as I would like, when I do I enjoy every minute. I love to be around my friends and family first and foremost. Something interesting about myself is that my dream job would be to become a homicide detective, and to make an impact in the world someday.
Tell Us What The Phrase: "Real Women, Real Football, Real ENERGY" means to you:
To me, this phrase has a bunch of meaning to it. Growing up, and playing “backyard” football, always made me feel so different from everyone else. Of course it was all boys, and then my sister and I, but we were always the last one chosen, because we were “just girls.” It wasn’t until we started playing that all the guys would realize, “hey.. they can play.” To have an organization where women can play football, the same as any male, makes me feel just as equal to anyone else in this world. It gives women the chance to express there abilities and strengths at a sport where as young individuals , we, like I, may have been knocked down by being “just a girl.” REAL WOMEN are given the chance to play REAL FOOTBALL, just like the men are given on any given day, and it takes REAL ENERGY to be able to do just that. Show up and Show out!