Throughout my upbringing I expanded my confidence and communication through hard work, challenge and never backing down from a challenge. My soccer career started early. It was a way for me to interact with other children, practice a healthy lifestyle and grow at a young age while learning the art of good sportsmanship. Although I enjoyed the early days of youth soccer, the passion for the game and my dedication and drive to be the best has continued to grow. I started this game at a young age (5 years of age) and I have learned and continued to learn how to be a champion and how to be an integral part of a team. I have learned what it takes to work hard on the field, be a great teammate to those I play with and to continue to strive to improve my game.
However, soccer is not my only passion. I am a well-rounded student who carries a 4.00 GPA out of a 4.0. My passion and gift for learning is just as competitive as my gift for soccer, and I know that without a good education, life can be a challenge for a young lady like myself. At school, I take pride in and honor for making the Principals list, taking AP and honor courses, and being a leader while working with the student body. Leadership for me takes place not only with making the honor roll, and speaking out to improve the overall growth of my school; but also with doing the right thing to model my behavior for my classmates.
My family plays a strong part of the young lady I have become and who I continue to grow into. My family are my biggest supporters in my faith, education, soccer, and how hard work always allows for me to dream big. I set and accomplish goals that are strategic, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely! I am a self-motivated, determined individual and I look forward to the social and academic challenges of university. I am aware of the demands of college and the career I have chosen, but my commitment and desire to become the best I can be is strengthened through my experience through hard work and the drive to be the best.