I’ve been dancing since I was a little girl. As I got older, I became more involved in the competition world of dance. I competed in groups, both duos and solos. Dance became a big part of my life. It was my escape from everything else, and it was my go-to when I was stressed, struggling through something, or needed a release. But it was even my go-to when there were positive things going on in life, too.
I went to school for dance and then became a dance teacher, which I still am. I love teaching dance and inspiring kids to do what they want to do in the dance world. I love watching them grow and set these goals for themselves that they work so hard at achieving.
There was just something missing. I never had a desire to open my own studio and make my own business out of it. I found I was always hands-on when someone was hurt and, then, someone said to me that I should get into the medical field. I looked more into it and decided starting off as a medical assistant would be best to make sure this was what I wanted.
I couldn’t be happier with the choice I made. Still, to this day, studying in the medical field I found that I want to not only stay in it but want to advance myself down the road. Hunter has really showed me that the medical field was that missing link in my life. The teachers have been truly wonderful and so helpful while I conquer my dreams.
I am so thankful for each teacher and the positive impact they’ve made during my journey. As I continue to go to school, I am also able to still teach dance at night and enjoy both worlds that I love.