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Occupation: Student & Recreation Leader
Education: 2nd Year Student, Bachelor of Science in Biology at Mount Royal University
Home Town: Winnipeg, Manitoba
What is your dance/performance background: I started dancing at the age of three and competitively dancing at five years old. I have a dance background in ballet, jazz, contemporary, hip-hop, tap, and acrobatics. I have had opportunities to perform and train professionally
throughout my years of dance, including dancing on a Cruise Line, WE Day, pre-professional hip-hop training, Broadway training, and performing in New York City!
Why did you decide to audition for the Outriders? Growing up, I was always brought to football games, and my attention always gravitated to the Outriders! It was always a thought that one day I would audition for the Outriders, not only to continue dancing and take it to the next level but to get involved and give back to the community. Being inspired by the Outriders at a young age, I also wanted to be an inspiration to the little ones in the stands!
What is your top Outrider appearance to attend? This is my Rookie year so I have not yet attended many functions but when the time comes, the Alberta Children’s Hospital, Little Outriders Camp, Calgary Stampede Parade, and Game Day are some events I can’t wait to attend!

Favourite Charity: Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation, KidsSport, & AARCS
Favourite Game Day Song: Burn it to the Ground by Nickelback
Favourite Style of Dance: Jazz, Hip-Hop, & Contemporary
Favourite Thing About Being in Calgary: Being so close to the mountains, and of course
Favourite Past-time: I am always on the go, so I enjoy time to relax, but I also like to stay active,
get outdoors, and drive to the mountains.
Favourite Quote: “Great things happen to those who don’t stop believing, trying, learning, and
being grateful.”