Hometown: Kissimmee, Florida
Occupation: Actor and Freelance Writer/Editor
Five words that best describe you:
Friendly, Responsible, Generous, Enthusiastic, Perfectionist
How do you create Magic for others:
I try to be a really good friend. I'm a listening ear or a comforting shoulder at all hours of the day or night. I'm also the "cookie baker" for all occasions--whether it's a promotion or a good hair day. I believe in being positive and really listening to people, whether they are friends or strangers. I'll go to great lengths to cheer people up, even if it means smearing chocolate cake all over my face in a crowded restaurant. My husband also insisted that I write and say that I'm a constant source of magic in his life. He claims that his favorite sound is my laugh, and his favorite part of the day is when I run to hug him when he arrives home from work.
Favorite Disney Movie:
Beauty and the Beast
Favorite Disney Song:
Belle (reprise)---"I want adventure in the great wide somewhere..."
Check back often to see photos and my thoughts on
important magical issues!
Check out my press release:
1. What do you stand for as CMO? What is your platform?
I love the idea of being a member of the Pixie Dust Party because I want to spread my wings and make some magic! As the CMO, I will Create Magic Often. As I said in the great Disbate, my year as CMO would not be complete without lots of laughter, boundless wish-granting, and Disney dreams coming true for as MANY guests as I'm allowed to share my joy with.
2. How are you preparing for the next phase of the competition? What do you think you will have to do?
All I know about the "in-park" competition is that there will be "tests of creativity, enthusiasm, knowledge of the Parks and actual magic aptitude." I can't begin to guess what these tests will consist of, so I'm doing as much field research as I can by watching my favorite Disney films and visiting my favorite WDW attractions :) Luckily, I'm also surrounded by really creative friends and family—they're my constant source of inspiration.
3. If you become CMO, what is the first attraction that you would visit at Walt Disney World® Resort? Or at the Disneyland® Resort?
If I became CMO, the first attractions that I would visit after my official magical duties have been fulfilled would be Cinderella's Golden Carousel at Walt Disney World®, and King Arthur's Carousel at the Disneyland® Resort. Two of my most special Disney memories revolve around Cinderella's Golden Carousel :) I couldn't imagine myself starting an exciting year of fulfilling wishes without taking a spin on the first Magic Kingdom attraction I ever rode.