Representing a culture | Off the Field

As a Mexican-American Latina, my culture and traditions are deeply rooted and embedded in who I am and I am so proud of how much my heritage has to offer. In our culture, we value family, hard work, our studies, faith and our food. These examples are just a small part of my cultural background. My culture is filled with so much more and I am so grateful to be a part of it.

Being from Houston, I've learned a lot about diversity. Our city is so diverse in the most extraordinary way. Although all of our cultures are uniquely different, I love how we can represent our culture with pride and dignity and support one another while doing so.

My Mexican roots hold a special place in my heart that I will carry with me forever. One day when I have a family of my own, I will continue to pass down the traditions throughout the generations to come.

With family being such a huge part of my culture, I cherish them the most. My family is my biggest support system and consists of the most loving, caring and strongest people I know. My culture has taught me that through everything and anything, your family will always be there and be your biggest fans no matter what. I love that because it's absolutely true. All of my relatives mean the absolute world to me and I am so thankful for them.

I feel privileged to represent my culture in such a diverse group of beautiful individuals that make up the Houston Texans Cheerleaders. I am so thankful and honored to be a part of such an incredible organization. Go Texans!

– HTC Gabrielle

Houston Texans Cheerleaders came out to NRG Stadium to celebrate the Houston Texans Foundation for the Texans Care game presented by Chevron, perform with Rev Run and DJ Ruckus and cheer on the Houston Texans.

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