Years on the team: 2 Year Veteran

Spalon Montage Location and Stylist: Chanhassen- Reid

Hometown: Redwood Falls, MN

Profession: Model and Actress


Vikings Player:

1. Current: Harrison Smith

2. Alumni: Fran Tarkenton

Movie: Sweet Home Alabama

Book: The Purpose Driven Life

Quote: “Greatness happens when you step outside your comfort zone”

Place I’ve traveled and why: I traveled to 8 countries in Europe on a 21-day music tour when I was in high school. Greece was one of my favorites and I definitely want to go back soon!

Charity and why: American Cancer Society- I think we all know someone who has battled cancer, which is why this charity is close to my heart.

My dream job: On-air host for Country Music Television.

On the top of my bucket list is: Travel- as much and as often as I can.

My hero: My hero is my sister. She is a bone cancer survivor and one of the strongest women I know. 

Name an inspiring/influential woman in your life: My mom inspires me because she works hard, helps others, stays true to her faith, and has always been there for me. She supports and encourages me to follow my dreams, which I cannot thank her enough for.

How do you define empowered? I think empowered means that you are able to be confidently you, in a world that revolves around fitting into a mold.

Where do you see yourself in five years? In 5 years, I see myself...older and wiser!

Where are you in your family line up? I am the baby of the family! I have one older brother and one older sister.

What was your favorite subject in school? I always loved art class because I was able to bring out my creative side. Even if I’m not the best at drawing!

Do you have any pets? No, but I wish I had a dog!

What is your favorite workout tip? When it comes to lifting, focus on form first, not how heavy you can lift.

My best beauty secret is: Take Omega-3’s daily for glowing skin from the inside out!

Why did you decide to audition to become an MVC? I auditioned to become an MVC because I wanted to challenge myself in new ways and inspire others to go after their dreams in life. Nothing is out of reach. 

What is your favorite memory as an MVC? My favorite memory was getting the chance to visit patients at the Veteran’s Hospital. Their faces lit up when we took the time out of our day to visit them, which was such a rewarding experience.

Most valued lesson learned as an MVC: Be Confident!

Awards received as an MVC: 2016 Perfect Attendance, 2016 Most Photogenic