You have $50 in your pocket on a Friday night out – where would you go?
I could say a nice bar or out to a BYO with my friends somewhere but to be honest you’d probably find me a KFC or Denny’s.
What is the biggest challenge you’ve faced professionally and how did you overcome it?
The biggest challenge I’ve faced professionally so far is happening right now. I’m currently trying to decide weather to change my career or not. It’s not at all easy choosing between two extremely large passions of mine, which one I love more, am I prepared to move not only jobs but cities, maybe even countries… I’ll keep you posted!
Who is your greatest inspiration?
My parents and my brother. My parents have done nothing but worked beyond hard for myself and my brother our whole lives. They have taught us how to work, have let us go down whatever career paths we’ve wanted to and supported us the entire time. They have always had the bigger picture in mind and are the most selfless people I know.
My brother is one of the most passionate people I know. He has always stayed true to himself which is one of the biggest things I look up to him for.
What did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be a singer! I have always had a huge passion for music and performance but never pursued it due to not having enough confidence in myself. This is why I love being apart of The Revue so much! It has helped me jump into things I never could of really seen myself doing and it’s helping me control my nerves more than I ever thought it would!
What piece of advice could you give to yourself in your first year of work?
Always ask for feedback, stay true to yourself, stand up for yourself and listen to yourself. You know yourself better than anyone else!