I am a 25-time All-American and a four-time individual NCAA National Champion gymnast. At the University of Florida, I also helped our team win three NCAA Team National Championships.
Gymnastics is my ultimate success in life. Working at NCSA helps me to be able to make an impact through my passion and experiences in order to help make the recruiting process as smooth as possible for gymnastics, cheerleading, and acro and tumbling student-athletes and their families!
Currently I am an Athlete Director for the National Gymnastics Association helping to move competitive gymnastics forward in a fun and safe environment. I also create gymnastics apparel as the Florida representative for OZONE Leotards.
As a young gymnast, I won silver medals in the all-around and vault finals at the Junior Olympics. I also made the national team and was chosen as an alternate for the 2009 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships. That same year, I received my first international assignments, competing in Germany, France, and Japan. In 2010, I was chosen to represent Team USA at the City of Jesolo Trophy, where I was able to help the US win gold in the team competition. Following the competition, I was chosen as an alternate for the 2010 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships. My talents and hard work throughout my career of gymnastics earned me the Class of 2012 Honda Award recipient as a freshman at UF and the 2015 Honda Award for gymnastics as a senior.