I’m thankful for my strong family foundation and I have learned to never take anything for granted. While being raised in N.H. I’ve gained a loving and supportive father. I admire my mother, she has always inspired me to set goals to achieve! My older sister has guided me musically and continues to challenge me to be my best self!
Autism has transformed us as a family unit and I have witnessed bullying first hand. This inspired me to create my Anti-Bullying Platform “Be Your Best You!” As a one and a half year old my mother signed me up for a thirty minute gymnastics class, to help me with separation and social anxiety. By age thirteen I was competing on a level eight Jr. Olympic USA Gymnastics Team. I basically lived at the gym. I would barter for my gymnastics tuition by cleaning the gymnasium three nights a week with my mother after my class ended. Other activities include Spring track, Varsity Cheer and Color Guard. During Middle School I placed first in the school talent show with my first vocal performance, played the role of “Annie” in the musical of Annie Jr., was voted Class Council President of my eighth grade and was a member of the Jr. National Honor Society. I’m proud of being an honor roll student. I’m on my High School Class Council, I’ve performed for the past two years at the NH All-State Music Festival Concert. I share a duel title of Vice President of my High School’s Honor Chorus and I’m in the Drama Club. I’ve played the roles of “Chip” from Beauty and the Beast 2017 and, “Hodel” from Fiddler on the Roof 2018. I’m a student at the Andrea Veal Voice Studio and at Corinne’s Dance Studio. I’m excited to recently finish my Drivers Ed class! My first pageant title was Jr. Miss Acton Fair 2015, from that moment I’ve had a love for pageantry!