A is for Area Code: 707
B is for Breakfast. What did you have for breakfast today? Scrambled Eggs with a cup of orange juice
C is for Calling. What do you consider your calling to be? I hope one day I can make a positive change in someone’s life.
D is for Dogs. Do you have any? Yes, named Holly.
E is for Energy. What do you do when you need more energy? I usually do stretches and drink coffee.
F is for Fun. What do you like to do for fun? I like to hang out with friends and just laugh.
G is for Greatest Accomplishment. What is yours? At my senior scholarship banquet I received a little less than $10,000 in scholarships from my community. I was deeply honored and blessed that I could relieve some of the burden that paying for college put on my parents.
H is for Hometown. Where are you from? Crescent City, California
I is for Interesting: Name one interesting fact about yourself. I was a Girl Scout for 12 years.
J is for Job Title. What is yours? Intern
K is for Kids. Do you have any? No
L is for Learning. What have you learned working at the American Lung Association thus far? I learned how to read data and extract information that is relevant to certain projects. As well as new information on Tobacco Policy.
M is for Millions. What would you do if you had a million dollars? First I would pay for my college tuition, than I would buy season tickets to all my favorite sport teams.
N is for Need. What is one thing you need or couldn’t live without? I could not live without my family. I talk to my mom every day and I try to talk to my older siblings at least twice a week.
O is for Occupation. What was your occupation before coming to the American Lung Association? I worked as a camp counselor during the summer.
P is for Pet Peeve. What is yours? Texting while driving.
Q is for Quote. Share your favorite quote. “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” –Winston Churchill
R is for Right or Left? Are you a righty or a lefty? Righty
S is for Siblings. Do you have any? Yes, I have two older brothers and an older sister.
T is for Treat. What do you have/do when you want to treat yourself? I like to curl up and watch Netflix with some ice cream.
U is for Useless. Do you have a useless talent? I can drive a golf ball 250 yards.
V is for Vacation. What is the best vacation you have been on? In 2010, I went on a trip to Washington D.C., that trip made me realize that I wanted to pursue a career in History.
W is for Work. What made you decide to apply for a position with the American Lung Association? I worked for Tobacco Prevention Programs in my hometown and wanted to continue working towards a better environment and am interested in policy making.
X is for X-Ray. Have you ever had one? Why? Yes, my dentist wanted to look at my wisdom teeth.
Y is for Yummy. What is the yummiest food you make? I make really good chicken enchiladas.
Z is for Zodiac. What is your sign? Aries