Describe what's most characteristic of your personality?
Social equality is really important to me as well as the empowerment of women. Whenever I get a chance to discuss in class or write an essay, I always choose those topics. My goal is to make people think and discover new things.
How did you start modeling?
It's funny. I was never interested in fashion before. My older sister was a model and she's such a girly girl. I'm very much a tomboy and into sports so I thought, "No way would I do that!" But her mother agent convinced me to shoot, so I did, and I absolutely loved it! Now I can't stop.
So you're a sports fan. What do you play now?
I've played everything. Volleyball– but I broke my hand so I stopped– soccer, tennis and now I'm on Varsity Basketball. It's my favorite sport.
If you weren't a model, what could you see yourself doing?
I could see myself being a trauma nurse of a physical therapist. Maybe something with sports medicine.
What's something unique about where you're from?
I'm from Omaha, Nebraska and there is this event called the Buddy Walk that I do every year. You have a buddy with a disability and you walk with them and play games. It's a great atmosphere and I love it because I love working with kids.
What's something you consider a guilty pleasure?
I LOVE reading my daily horoscope. That's what my family and I discuss at dinner like, "Oh what was your horoscope today?"
What are your goals moving forward?
Turning 16 will be a big milestone for me in my life and my modeling career. My main upcoming goal is to walk fashion week. Overall, I hope to make a difference in someone's life and be an advocate for someone. I want someone to know that I'm looking out for them and helping them.