Occupation: Full Time Student
Hometown: Houston, Texas
Years as a Texans Cheerleader: I’m excited to say that I am a 2nd year veteran for the Houston Texans Cheerleaders.
Favorite player: After his AMAZING play during our first ever playoff game, my favorite player hands down has to be #99 JJ Watt.
Favorite music: I am into a variety of music, but I have a special connection to Mariachi music because I grew up in that atmosphere throughout my childhood as well as being a Mariachi musician for over 8 years.
Favorite food: ¡La comida Mexicana, la comida está tan sabrosa hasta me chupo los dedos!
Favorite Color: Aside from Liberty White, Deep Steel Blue and Battle Red, my favorite color would have to be yellow.
Favorite T.V. show: Army Wives, as it tells the untold stories of the life of military families. Thank you for your sacrifice!
Favorite movie: I am a HUGE Harry Potter fan, so definitely the Harry Potter Series are my favorite movies of all time.
Career Goal: I would say continuous growth is the most important career goal; there is never a limit for growth of an individual. As a business woman I want to push myself for optimum growth on a professional level, and this can only occur by being diligent and dedicated to my career.
Lifetime Goals: Two of my many lifetime goals include: (1) Continually try new things and not let fear or busy-ness stop me (2) Visit all continents… except Antarctica. I’m not quite sure I will be able to survive the freezing temperatures!
Biggest guilty pleasure: I am a chocolate lover; I am not ashamed to say that I can eat more than 2 Hershey’s Almond Chocolate bars in ONE sitting.
A perfect day would be: A perfect day in Houston would be when the weather is NOT over 100°, but just warm enough to have a perfect evening for a nice soak in a Jacuzzi.
On Thursday, June 16th, citizens from the Brookwood Community came over to NRG Stadium for a tour of the stadium and a fun day of playing football in the Houston Methodist Training Center. Take a look to see which Houston Texans special guest surprised the Brookwood Community citizens.
Recently, The Houston Texans in partnership with Houston Methodist and GE wrapped up the off-season Play Safe program with the 2016 Play Safe Sports Medicine Summit. The Play Safe Platform also features the Mom’s Clinic and Play Safe Clinics which are designed to educate and communicate the message of safety in football along with proper fundamentals to youth athletes, parents and athletic trainers. The Play Safe Sports Medicine Summit featured over 160 Athletic Trainers in attendance providing support to over 350 schools, impacting over 125,000 Student Athletes.
On Tuesday, June 7, the Houston Texans hosted a VIP Field Day Meet & Greet. The night started out in the Houston Methodist Training Center, where QB Brandon Weedon, LB Brian Peters, Houston Texan Cheerleaders and TORO joined Club Members in fun activities for the kiddos. After the Field Day, members went to the West Club at NRG Stadium for food, music, and a meet & greet session with Texan players RB Alfred Blue, S Quintin Demps, CB Jonathan Joseph, CB Charles James, and CB Kareem Jackson.
On Saturday, May 4, the Houston Texans, Cheerlearders, TORO and RB Jonathan Grimes hosted an event called TOROs Bravos Family Fun Day, presented by Verizon, at the Downtown Aquarium. Participants went on a treasure hunt throughout the park, where they collected gold coins and then concluded the event in the VIP Party Area.