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Tina

Tina

  • Occupation: Registered Nurse
  • Tenure: 2

BIOGRAPHY

Education: Graduated from the University of San Francisco with my Bachelors of Science in Nursing.

Career Goal:  One thing that I love about nursing is that it is so versatile. I want to teach classes to aspiring nurses. I want to practice as a Nurse Practitioner. After, I want to be a Certified Nurse Anesthetist. Finally, towards the later part of my career, I would love to be a Nurse Manager. I want to do it all.

Guilty Pleasures: Snacking when I’m not necessarily hungry. I am a big snacker, and desserts and sweets are always lurking around the nursing stations at work.

Best advice for aspiring cheerleaders:  It is easy to get caught up on perfecting the dance moves---the correct angles of your arms, if your knee is bent in or out, if your head is facing the front or to the side, etc.---but, don’t forget to dance. Don’t forget why you’re out there---because you love to dance. If you remember this, it will show your passion for dance through your body movements and through your smile.

Fun fact: I was featured as a back-up dancer in Vanessa Curry’s “Watch Me” Music Video. It was especially meaningful for me because my cousin, who I look up to, produced the song.

Favorite Song or anthem of your life: I seem to feel connected to a lot of the R&B slow jams of the 90s.

Education: Graduated from the University of San Francisco with my Bachelors of Science in Nursing.

Career Goal:  One thing that I love about nursing is that it is so versatile. I want to teach classes to aspiring nurses. I want to practice as a Nurse Practitioner. After, I want to be a Certified Nurse Anesthetist. Finally, towards the later part of my career, I would love to be a Nurse Manager. I want to do it all.

Guilty Pleasures: Snacking when I’m not necessarily hungry. I am a big snacker, and desserts and sweets are always lurking around the nursing stations at work.

Best advice for aspiring cheerleaders:  It is easy to get caught up on perfecting the dance moves---the correct angles of your arms, if your knee is bent in or out, if your head is facing the front or to the side, etc.---but, don’t forget to dance. Don’t forget why you’re out there---because you love to dance. If you remember this, it will show your passion for dance through your body movements and through your smile.

Fun fact: I was featured as a back-up dancer in Vanessa Curry’s “Watch Me” Music Video. It was especially meaningful for me because my cousin, who I look up to, produced the song.

Favorite Song or anthem of your life: I seem to feel connected to a lot of the R&B slow jams of the 90s.