Hometown: Edmonton, Alberta
Occupation/Profession: Account Coordinator
Career Goal: To be a reporter on Entertainment Tonight Canada.
Favourite type of workout: One that makes my lungs feel raw by the end of it.
Why do you love the game of Hockey: I love hockey because of the fast pace, intense nature of the game along with the energy of the people watching.
Best Characteristic: Honesty.
What is something unique about you that most people don’t know: A combination of my drive, honesty and perfectionist nature.
Favourite place in Oil Country: The top of Victoria Golf Corse hill where there are benches overlooking the river valley. But only when it is summer, it is a calming sight.
Dream vacation: Egypt!! But if I am in Egypt I might as well take two months off and explore Africa in its entirety.
Favourite food: Right now it would have to be sushi.
Dream Date: f I am with the right guy it wouldn’t matter where we went, as long as we were together. Corny I know….
Favourite winter accessory: Obviously mitts!
Words to live by: No one can be a better you.
Describe your personal style: I cannot and will not put limitations on my style because it is always changing.
Why do you want to be part of the Octane: Initially to push myself out of my comfort zone but once I attended the first practice, it was to become a better dancer.
Who inspires you: So many people inspire me in many different ways. For my career inspirations I turn to Mary Hart and Barbara Walters because of the passion and drive that they posses.
What is your performance background: My performance background consists of the one and only year I did cheerleading in Gr.12 and Octane.
Best Memory as an Octane Member: Practicing dances with my friend, Octane member Lisa on our own time. I remember she went to do a high kick, slipped and fell really hard right on her butt. When I looked over to see what happened, she had this stunned, confused look on her face and we both burst out laughing. To this day we can still have a good laugh about it.
Favourite quote: I came across this quote one day and it has stayed with me ever since. “We are not the same persons this year as last; nor are those we love. It is a happy chance if we, changing, continue to love a changed person.” - William Somerset Maugham