I am originally from Hollis, OK. Upon graduation from high school, I went to SWOSU in Weatherford, OK where I spent 6 years obtaining two Bachelor’s degrees in Exercise Science and Health Science with minors in Healthcare Administration and Spanish. I was a cheerleader at SWOSU and was heavily involved in the Weatherford community.
My fitness journey started in high school when I lost 70 pounds through consistent exercise and proper nutrition. This motivated me to pursue a lifelong journey in helping others achieve their goals regarding nutrition and overall health. After completing a 510-hour internship under a Registered Dietitian/ Licensed Dietitian in Dallas, TX, I developed a passion for nutrition and conducted an independent study at the Presbyterian Hospital addressing cancer survivorship and the consumption of alkaline foods. I believe that nutrition is often neglected and there is so much to learn. Our bodies are a direct representation of how we take care of ourselves, and my mission is for people to become educated and aware of what they are putting into their bodies.
I am so excited to have the opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life. It is my goal to help others achieve a better standard of living while increasing their overall quality of life. I am continuing my education at OCU in hopes of obtaining my BSN-RN with the ultimate goal of becoming a nurse practitioner.