Years on the team: 4 Year Veteran

Spalon Montage Location and Stylist: Woodbury - Olive

Hometown: Brooklyn Park, MN

Profession: Medical Device Buyer


Vikings Player:

  1. Harrison Smith
  2. Everson Griffen

Movie: Guardians of the Galaxy 

Book: The Watchers by Dean Koontz

Quote: “Suck it up princess” – My mom

Place I’ve traveled and why: I had the opportunity to travel to Poland with my dance company.

Charity and why: My favorite charity is Feed My Starving Children.  It’s the first place I ever volunteered at and I love going back!

My dream job: My dream job would be to own my own clothing store.

On the top of my bucket list is: Traveling to Greece and Spain is at the top of my bucket list!

My hero: My hero is my younger sister. She’s living in LA pursuing her dream of being a professional dancer.

Name an inspiring/influential woman in your life: My mom, she continues to amaze me every day with her strength, drive, and love that she has for her children.

How do you define empowered? To me empowered means allowing your success and failures to make you stronger.

Where do you see yourself in five years? In five years, I see myself established in my job and owning my own home.

Where are you in your family line up? I am the oldest and shortest of five kids.

What was your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject was math. I loved crunching numbers and solving mathematical problems.

Do you have any pets? I have two sassy Golden Doodles, Frosty and Noel.

What is your favorite workout tip? Drink a lot of water and fuel your body after every workout.

My best beauty secret is: My best beauty secret is to do a face mask once a week using Aztec Indian Healing Clay.

Why did you decide to audition to become an MVC? I decided to audition to become an MVC because I love to dance and I love football so it was the perfect place for me to combine the two things I loved.

What is your favorite memory as an MVC? My favorite memory is during our last season dancing outside at TCF Stadium, it started to rain and I felt like I was in a scene of a Step Up movie.

Most valued lesson learned as an MVC: To cherish every moment! Four years later, I still let myself get excited by things that gave me goose bumps as a rookie because there’s only so many times I’ll get to experience these moments as an MVC.

Trips taken as an MVC: 2015 Hall of Fame Game - Canton Ohio

Awards won as an MVC: 2016 Most Improved Performer