Kelly M

Years on the team: 2 Year Veteran

Spalon Montage Location and Stylist: Woodbury - Kiana

Hometown: Eagan, MN

Profession: Interior Designer


Vikings Player:

1.    Current: Stefon Diggs

2.    Alumni: Jared Allen

Movie: La La Land

Book: The Hunger Games

Quote: “Dream it. Believe it. Achieve it.”

Place I’ve traveled and why: Paris because of the beauty and charm of its architecture, there are cafes on every corner, and endless opportunities to explore art, culture and history.

Charity and why: Race for the Cure. Breast cancer has affected many women in my life, and it is very special to see all of the survivors walking together.

My dream job: To travel the world as a professional photographer.

On the top of my bucket list is: Go to the Super Bowl!!

My hero: My Grandpa Bruce because of his big heart, drive and work ethic. He is my biggest cheerleader and has attended many dance recitals and football games to see me perform.

Name an inspiring/influential woman in your life: My Grandma Mavis because she is kind, hardworking and down to earth.

How do you define empowered? Being confident, fearless and inspiring others.

Where do you see yourself in five years? Living in a large urban city working as a designer and yoga instructor.

Where are you in your family line up? I am the oldest of two, and have one younger sister.

What was your favorite subject in school? Art was always my favorite subject! As I got older, I also really enjoyed Art History.

Do you have any pets? Yes, I have a one year old Australian Shepherd puppy named Max!

What is your favorite workout tip? Putting together the perfect playlist is key. I love listening to hip hop or EDM while I workout!

My best beauty secret is: Monthly HydraFacial’s at Expressions MD.

Why did you decide to audition to become an MVC? After completing my college dance career, I knew I wanted to audition for the MVC because I couldn't imagine my life without dance and being a part of a team. When I showed up for my first prep class I realized what an amazing group of women the MVC were comprised of and was driven to work my hardest to make the team.

What is your favorite memory as an MVC? Walking into the tunnel for my first game, and being surrounded by hundreds of MVC Alumni as we prepared to perform a Prince Tribute dance together.

Most valued lesson learned as an MVC: Always keep improving.