Who do you look up to?
The person who I look up to most is my aunt. My aunt has showed me that there is a way to make your life turn around when your in bad situations. She has taught that even when the world is turned against you anything is possible. She has showed me that change is real and can happen to anyone that wants it for themselves. She has taught me life can be upside down at times but there are ways to turn it back right side up.
Where do you see yourself in five years?
Within the next five years, I see myself attending Georgia Southern University majoring in accounting working towards my goals of life. I would have graduated high school within the top 10 of my class by 2020 and throughout my high school years serving the Teens in the Drivers Seat Program through the FCCLA program.
What do you want to be when you are older?
I would like to be an accountant. I work well with people, have organization skills, and I’m good with numbers.
If you could do anything in the world or go anywhere, what/where would it be?
If I had the choice to go anywhere in the world, I would choose the great city of London. I have found that the British lifestyle to be very elegant and proper, and I believe that my personality fits the lifestyle very very well.
If you could change one thing about the way your friends drive or ride in the car, what would it be?
I would change the volume of the radio in the car. A good bit of my friends listen to there music way too loud in the car driving down the road, which could possibly distract them and cause them harm.
Why are you involved in Teens in the Driver Seat®?
I believe that Teens in the Drivers Seats is a great program that helps spread awareness to teens across the country. The program is strongly active and will teach me through high school the dangers of driving and how to be safe while on the road.