I was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana where my parents enrolled me in every sport available. Being a part of so many teams taught me about leadership, teamwork and passion.
At the age of sixteen, I started my own sports blog where I would interview collegiate and professional athletes. It taught me to be bold, take initiative and make things happen.
After transitioning from a high school student-athlete to an LSU student, I began to work for Varsity Sports Now-Louisiana as a sideline reporter and color analyst; this is where I learned how to thoroughly research, analyze and report.
In addition, I work for Tiger TV, where I gained shooting, editing and reporting skills and tell meaningful stories. I intern in the New Orleans Saints Press Box which requires me to keep up with the fast pace of the job and to prioritize forming trustworthy relationships. I interned for the Baton Rouge Rougarou where I learned to be adaptable and reliable. And I co-host the GritIron Show podcast where I'm able to to have in-depth sports conversations and practice being a good listener.
I have fallen deeply in love with this industry. Every game I have covered and every story I've told have allowed me to see a side of sports not many people get the privilege to see. And I only hope to continue to share my perspective with the rest of the world.