I started out modeling professionally at the age of 10. I have walked in over a hundred fashion shows and worked with a multitude of designers. As a model, I was afforded the opportunities to do several short and intimate television segments for multiple designers as well. After taking some time off from my professional modeling career to graduate from high school and go to college, I began to become ill and had to take several breaks in order to take care of self. In between semesters when I was unable to go to college, I resumed my modeling career and modeled professionally for several big name designers. As my modeling career began to take off, I was starting to transition into acting with a liaison from Wilhelmina NY to Wilhelmina of PA. As the auditions began to roll in, my health took a dive. After multiple hospitalizations and a huge deterioration in health, I became severely crippled by my Sickle Cell Anemia. I became the first adult to ever be cured of Sickle Cell Anemia under the STRIDE-HCT study conducted by Dr. Waller at Emory University Hospital in 2012.
Phi Theta Kappa Honor's Society member at Georgia Highlands College.
Professional model with Wilhelmina Modeling Agency's Philadelphia office.
First woman cured of Sickle Cell Anemia via Bone Marrow Transplant under the STRIDE-HCT study at Emory University Hospital.
Featured in several television segments as a professional runway model and on-screen talent.
As a professional runway model, I walked for various top industry designers in Philadelphia Fashion Week. I also did a photo shoot for designer Kristin Haskin-Simms clothing line called Strangefruit. I also showcased her clothing designs in a television segment for a local Philadelphia television program, that was dedicated to the former Project Runway contestants budding clothing line. I also modeled for designers Pamela Ptak and Carmelita Couture.
Graduated early from Kennesaw Mountain High School and transfered from Georgia Highlands College in Rome, GA to Georgia Stated University in Atlanta, GA.
Transfered into Georgia State University's Film & Video program with a B.I.S in Theatre (Acting). In my last semester at school before my illness took over, I signed for a double major in Film & Video and Journalism.
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