What part of Miami (South Florida) are you from?
I was born in Miami (Jackson Memorial Hospital) and lived in Kendall throughout most of my childhood.
Describe yourself in five words.
Independent, Out-going, Charismatic, Open-Minded, Adventurous
What’s the one thing you think everyone who visits Miami must do or see?
Obviously, we have beautiful beaches, but if your more into seeing what Miami has to offer at night, Liv or Story would be your best attractions.
What outfit in your closet best describes your personal style?
I wouldn't say that I have an outfit to describe my personal style so much, so I'll say anything that is comfortable while staying true to my personality. I can wear a feather earring, slim fit pants with a comfortable sweater, and rock that all day.
What’s the one thing you can’t live without?
What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done?
Fell in love with the wrong person :( Mental suicide! Yikes
If you could spend the night out in Miami with any celebrity who would it be and why?
Paul Rudd. I think he's hilarious and his character and go with it attitude would make for an intriguing night. Either him or Ryan Gosling b/c he's the epitome of sexy and smoldering hot. LOL
What social issue is most important to you?
It's not so much a social issue rather than a stigma. It has become the norm in Miami that beauty wins the race. I'd love to see Miami become a place where you can rock a handle bar mustache, a woman can go out in a sexy dress and combat boots and a person's oddities are celebrated rather than bashed.
What and how would you contribute to the city of Miami?
I would like to see a more active approach to financially helping families in distress as well as single mothers. Also, I'd love to see the arts: dance, music, art, etc introduced more to children in school. When I was in school. I took classes for music and dance and it has become a staple in my life. Now a days with all the financial cutbacks these programs are not available anymore.
What makes Miami girls different from all other girls?
Let's start with a tan! Miami is a melting pot of different ethnicities and cultures. You're sure to meet a Puerto Rican, Columbian, Russian and Englishman just taking a stroll a few blocks down the beach. What do they all have in common besides their current location? A faux tan and either a party or relaxed mentality. Miami is known for its diversity and first and foremost for the beautiful people that flock to and reside in our locale.
If you had a magic wand, what would you change about Miami and why?
Miami is a sunny place with tropical weather all year round. Men and especially women in Miami make the extra effort to go to the gym and stay in shape so they can be bikini goddess ready at all times. The flip side is that you have a lot of men and women who are self-absorbed and more concerned with their measurements and body image rather than improving themselves in their career, education and personal relationships. As a result, we have a higher density of people who are solely concerned with a person's appearance rather than the quality of their character. Also, I'd love to see Miami become a place that has more to offer than beaches and clubs. Let's be honest, most people come to Miami to do one of two things: retire or party. It would be awesome if we could offer a few alternative things to do daily rather than only special events like Art Basel etc.