What is your area of study?
Bachelor of Nursing.
What sparked your interest in sports?
I’ve always loved being involved sports at a young age and that passion has carried on to this day.
What excites you about sport?
I’m a competitive person so sports are the best way for me to express that side of myself.
Tell us about your proudest accomplishment in sport?
Leading my JV volleyball team to a bronze medal finish at the League Championship Tournament.
Who is your mentor or inspiration?
Kobe Bryant or Lebron James.
What does Black History Month mean to you?
It’s a month that celebrates the excellence, success, and achievement of Black people.
What does it mean to you to be a Black athlete in university sport?
It means there may be some stereotypes or profiling that I may face, but I must overlook those actions and strive to be the best version of myself.
What words of inspiration would you share with young BPOC athletes?
Some people may not always have your best interest at heart so don’t give them the satisfaction of seeing you fail. To be the best you must work harder than the rest.
What is one thing you wished people knew about you and your culture?
Music (Rap and RnB) is a defining aspect of me and my culture.
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