Birthday: 06/18/03

Residence: Reading, PA

Weight Class: 110lbs.

Height: 5' 6" 

Coach’s name: Carlos Mendez

Club name: Almighty Boxing Club

When did you start boxing and why: I started boxing just about 3 years ago.  I started because of my older sister, Sharline. She was a boxer and a very good one at that. I looked up to her and I asked my dad if I can box. My father told me no that one is enough in the family. I was 7-years-old when I first asked and I never stopped asking until one day my dad said 'You want to box? Get in the ring and see if you can handle yourself with a boy.' I got in the ring and handled myself. That's when my mom told him that's the real deal right there, that's a boxer.

Amateur Record: 30-5

Career Highlights to this point: I have boxed in the 2016-2017 Women's National Golden Gloves, 2016-2017 USA Boxing Junior Olympics, 2016-2017 Ringside World,  2016-2017 Sugar Bert National Title Championships, 2017 Eastern Qualifier and Regional Open Championships, 2017 USA Boxing Elite and Youth National Championships & Junior and Prep Open, 2018 Silver Gloves, 2018 Western Qualifier and Regional Open Championship.

What do you think is your greatest asset in the ring: I think everything I do in the ring is my greatest asset.

If you weren’t boxing, what would you be doing?: I would be playing Basketball.

Who has been your biggest inspiration and why: Christina Cruz, because of her style of boxing. When she's in the ring she's dancing, meaning her foot  work.

What motivates you the most: Getting the gold is what motivates me. Being that someone that any female can look up to and say I want to be like her, a world champion. 

What are five things most people don’t know about you: I'm a sneaker head, I love Jordan's, I wear boxers, I fly pigeons with my dad and I'm a great swimmer.

National Titles Won: 2017 Women's National Golden Gloves Champion, 2017 USA Junior Olympic Boxing Champion, 2017 USA Boxing Youth National Championships & Junior and Prep Open Champion