The beginning of my life started out in Warner Robins, GA, a small military town in middle Georgia. I’m the youngest and only girl of three older brothers. When I was 4 years old I moved to North Carolina where I spent the next 13 years of my life. Life in North Carolina was great but I still felt like I was missing something. My greatest most fond memories come from North Carolina. From 6 years old until now basketball and fitness has always been something I loved. Sports has truly made me who I am today: active, competitive, confident, versatile, etc. Although North Carolina was where I resided, went to school, and had friends, Georgia however, was always my true home. I spent numerous weekends and summers in Warner Robins so it was initially, my other home. I loved Georgia so much, I repeatedly told my parents I wanted to go to College in Georgia and live in Georgia for the rest of my life, which brings me where I am today. When I was a junior in high school, my second semester I transferred to a high school in Georgia. It definitely was not the best, but I made the best of it. In such a short time of living in Georgia, I decided what I wanted to major in, what school I wanted to attend, and all of my future goals. Living and going to college in Georgia has placed me in the best possible position for myself. I’ve accomplished so much towards my future since I’ve been here and I could not be more proud of myself. It’s funny to believe a location could change your whole mindset and outlook on life. Being in Georgia and at Piedmont has been the greatest transition I’ve gone through and I can’t wait to see what else the future holds!