James Chamberlain, Athletics

Mr. Chamberlain joined Tualatin Valley Academy's staff in 1997 and has been leading TVA's athletics program ever since! He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education and a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from Walla Walla University. 

Mr. Chamberlain figured out early that he enjoyed working with young people and wanted to use his talents to teach them about Jesus Christ. He especially enjoys watching the amazing transition the Kindergarteners make in that first year of school, growing their independence and skills. 

This year Mr. Chamberlain is most excited about developing life-long activities, like golf, with all of his classes. We are glad for his leadership and guidance of our students as they grow into young adults!


Fun Facts About Mr. Chamberlain: 

Bucket list item: Watch a baseball game in every MLB stadium
Who I most want to meet: Jesus Christ
Proudest accomplishment: My kids
Snack of choice: KIND bar
What inspires me: Creating
Least favorite household chore: Folding laundry
One thing I hope to achieve in my lifetime: I want to be in charge of building a new school!
When I was a kid, I wanted to be a: NFL Quarterback
3 words to describe myself: El guapo grande
If I could be any literary character, it would be: Odysseus. He was a world traveler, renowned for running and resourcefulness.
In my free time I like to: Work on my house
Sport I love: Golf
This store has a lot of my money: Rockler woodworking, Home Depot
My at bat song would be: Jesus Freak (DC Talk)
If calories didn't count I would drink: Juice. All day, every day.
Favorite color: Blue

 

Sara Beck, Grades 7-9 Math

When a close friend of Mrs. Beck's was unable to pursue his dreams in college because he couldn't pass the necessary math prerequisites for his major, she determined to become a math teacher so that she could help other students pursue their dreams by teaching them solid math skills. 

"I want all students to gain the math and reasoning skills needed to pursue their dreams."

With 10 years' experience, a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with minors in Education and Chemistry, a Master of Science in Teaching Mathematics and Professional Teaching Certificates in Advanced Mathematics (Middle and High School) and Chemistry, Mrs. Beck is definitely well-equipped to make an impact on Tualatin Valley Academy students' education! She has taught subjects ranging from Pre-Algebra to AP Statistics, and is always pursuing new ways to capture students' interest in her math classes. 

When asked what she loves most about her job now, she says "I enjoy being able to openly worship and pray with my students. I am grateful to work at the same school my children attend. I am excited about the possibilities as we expand into high school."

We are excited that Mrs. Beck is pouring her knowledge, dedication and passion for learning into our 7th, 8th and 9th grade math students!


Fun Facts About Mrs. Beck: 

Bucket list item: Take my daughter scuba diving with manta rays
Proudest accomplishment: Developing a proficiency grading system and program with the technological support of my husband
Snack of choice: Dried young coconut and mangoes
Qualities I most admire about others: Work/Life balance
What inspires me: Possibilities
One thing I hope to achieve in my lifetime: Writing Pre-Algebra and Algebra textbooks
3 words to describe myself: Observant, purposeful, prepared
In my free time I like to: Contemplate, plan, cook, watch cooking and travel shows, read, spend time with my family
Favorite place I've travelled: Cook Islands or Little Cayman
This store has a lot of my money: Costco
My at bat song would be: Multiplied by Needtobreathe
If calories didn't count I would eat or drink: Haagen-Daz or Ben&Jerry's ice cream and Dr. Pepper or Cherry Coke
Favorite color: Turquoise

Jerilyne Priddy, Student Services

Teaching is Ms. Priddy's heart and soul. She loves watching a student's eyes when they realize that they can be successful. That passion is what makes her a perfect fit to support Tualatin Valley Academy's students in their academic careers. 

Ms. Priddy joined TVA's staff in 2005. She has 30 years of experience in teaching, with a BA in Education from Concordia University at 3 levels: Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education and Middle School Education. She also has endorsements in Math and ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages). 

Ms. Priddy is focused on making a difference to her students. This year she is especially excited about putting more emphasis on getting students in grades K-2 support, in hopes that fewer students past grade 3 need her academic support and services. 

We are so glad that Ms. Priddy is part of TVA's family, supporting students' success in her loving, caring way!


Fun Facts About Ms. Priddy: 

Bucket list item: Get my YouTube channel running
Qualities I most respect about others: Honesty, sincerity, kindness, respect
What inspires me: Seeing people accomplish things in spite of adversity
When I was a kid, I thought I would be a: Mom
3 words to describe myself: Intuitive, motivated, optimist
In my free time I like to: Read, have nerf gun fights, be with my family
Favorite place I've ever travelled: Hong Kong
Sport I love: Basketball
This store has a lot of my money: Target
Favorite color: Purple!

Carissa Werner, Preschool

Mrs. Werner started volunteering at Tualatin Valley Academy in 2008 when her son, Luke, started Preschool. Her daughter, Eden, enrolled in Preschool two years later.

Since then, Mrs. Werner has been very active at our school. She has been a room parent, served on the School Board and held the position of Home and School Treasurer. 

Mrs. Werner loves working with children and has found her joy being with the Preschoolers. She adores her students and they adore her. When she does get some free time, Mrs. Werner enjoys watching basketball (Go Mavs!) and running races. We are blessed to have her as part of our team!

Kristianne Connell, Preschool

Mrs. Connell joined Tualatin Valley Academy's Preschool team in 2015. Prior to that she had volunteered at TVA for four years, while her boys Seth and Cory were in first and second grade. She also taught several nutrition classes at TVA, a particular passion of hers. 

Mrs. Connell is a Registered Dietitian and has worked at Adventist Medical Center and taught online for Loma Linda University. She enjoys hiking, mountain biking and playing bassoon in the Sunnyside Symphony Orchestra. 

TVA is blessed to have Mrs. Connell as part of the Preschool staff. She loves her students, and they can feel how much she cares!

Allison Moor, Preschool Director

Mrs. Moor started at Tualatin Valley Academy in 2011 after moving to the area from Walla Walla, WA where she taught grades 1 and 2 at Milton-Stateline Adventist School. She graduated in 2004 from Walla Walla University with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Elementary Education, and in 2011 with a Master of Arts in Teaching.

Mrs. Moor is dedicated to Christian education and upholding the high academic standards. Her preschool program is dynamic, unique and makes learning fun for her students. She is always looking to bring the latest teaching techniques into her classroom to enhance her students' learning. Most importantly, she sees each student as an individual and strives to really get to know not only each student, but their parents and siblings as well. 

TVA is blessed to have such a dynamic teacher as part of our team of teachers and staff!

Danielle Kriegelstein, Treasurer

Mrs. Kriegelstein has been with Tualatin Valley Academy since 2011. As school treasurer, she handles all the billing and financial information for the school. 

Mrs. Kriegelstein has experience as both an accountant and senior accountant with companies prior to coming to TVA. She has a Bachelors of Science from Walla Walla University and has been a Certified Public Accountant. 

Besides taking care of TVA's finances, Mrs. Kriegelstein is a mom to two TVA students. She loves that she can work at her kids' school, and her perspective as a parent is very valuable to the work she does. We are glad she's part of TVA's family!


Fun Facts About Mrs. Kriegelstein: 

Snack of choice: Popcorn with butter
In my free time I like to: Read, travel with family
Favorite place I've ever travelled: Australia
Sport I love: Snow skiing
This store has a lot of my money: Tualatin Valley Academy
If calories didn't count I would eat: Chocolate and chips
Favorite color: Red

Michelle Coggin, Library and Media

 

Mrs. Coggin has done many things in her career from working in Accounting to being Office Manager to volunteering to teaching Preschool. She joined the Tualatin Valley Academy team in 2006, fulfilling a goal that had been on her mind for 20 years. In 2015 Mrs. Coggin became TVA's librarian. 

Seeing and interacting with the students at TVA is what Mrs. Coggin enjoys most about her job. This year she's especially excited to explore volunteerism in literature with the 3rd-6th graders. 

Mrs. Coggin's passion for learning and reading is apparent to anyone talking with her. She also sees each student as an individual and makes them feel valued and known. Those qualities come together to inspire students to love both reading and learning. 


Fun Facts About Mrs. Coggin: 

Proudest accomplishment: My kids
Snack of choice: Coffee or popcorn
Qualities I most admire about others: Compassion, tenacity
What inspires me: Compassionate people, Seeing elderly couples walking hand in hand
When I was a kid, I wanted to be a: Teacher or a Mom
3 words to describe myself: Kind, funny, organized
In my free time, I like to: Watch TV, read, listen to podcasts or music, hang out with my family
Favorite place I've travelled: London
Sport I love: Walking (Although love is kind of a strong word for my dedication to walking...)
This store has a lot of my money: Starbucks
My at bat song would be: Linus and Lucy
If calories didn't count, I would eat: Desserts
Favorite color: Red

Corinna Hess, Library and Media

Mrs. Hess loves kids. She loves them so much that she's worked with them for 50 years! Her favorite part? 

"I LOVE reading books to children. That's my favorite part of working in the library."

Mrs. Hess has been with Tualatin Valley Academy since 1995. She also has a degree in Early Education and worked at various preschools from 1975-1995. She has always worked with children and very much enjoys it. Her students enjoy learning from her as much as she loves spending time with them!


Fun Facts About Mrs. Hess: 

Bucket list item: Paint a picture
Snack of choice: My sugar cookies
Qualities I most admire about others: Artistic talents, Courage to step outside their boxes
What inspires me: Kindness and empathy
When I was a kid, I thought I would be a: Teacher
2 words to describe myself: Generous, insightful
If I could be any literary character, I would be: Elizabeth Bennett
In my free time, I like to: Read, crochet, bake, birdwatch
If calories didn't count I would eat: Mashed potatoes and gravy or strawberries
Favorite color: Pink

Juanita Reeder, BASE Aide

Mrs. Reeder loves working with kids. She views it as investing in them. That's why she works at BASE (Before and After School Experience) at Tualatin Valley Academy. 

Mrs. Reeder joined TVA's team in 2012. She has a BA in History with a minor in English from Newbold College and Andrews University. Previously she has worked as an Educational Assistant for special needs children. 

Because Mrs. Reeder invests in the students she works with, she is always excited to watch the kids grow mentally, physically and spiritually through the school year. The students know that she truly cares about them. We are so glad that she is part of the TVA team!


Fun Facts About Mrs. Reeder:

Bucket list item: Travel to all 50 states to see more historical sites
Who I most want to meet: Julie Andrews
Proudest accomplishment: My 2 kids
Snack of choice: Popcorn, chocolate, Chex mix
Qualities I most admire about others: Willingness to help when asked
What inspires me: Reaching goals, no matter how small
One thing I hope to achieve in my lifetime: Get my MA
When I was a kid, I thought I would be a: Doctor or journalist
3 words to describe myself: Helpful, friendly, funny
If I could be any literary character, it would be: Swiss Family Robinson - learning how to survive against all odds and then really live
In my free time, I like to: Read, watch sports, listen to music, travel
Favorite places I've ever travelled: Marshall Islands, Mexico
My at bat song would be: I'll stand by you
If calories didn't count I would eat: Ice cream or German chocolate cake
Favorite color: Blue or pink

Michael Blackburn, Project Integration and Handbells

Mr. Blackburn, or Mr. B as the students call him, has a passion for technology. This year he is teaching a class for the 9th Grade called Project Integration. It focuses on incorporating multiple forms of technology into a few large projects that have real-world impact, showing students in the process how what they are learning in their core classes impacts the real world. He starts by teaching 3D modeling. Students use SketchUp and Blender, as well as model their designs by hand to see how it all goes together. Computer programming, Photography, Videography and Music are a few other areas that he is looking to incorporate this year as well. 

Mr. B also teaches Handbells to students in grades 7-9. He was an original member of Ring of Fire, TVA's world-renowned handbell choir, and has returned to teach bells at the school to give current students the chance to learn to play handbells like Ring of Fire did. 

Mr. B has a Masters of Architecture with an emphasis in Urban Design from Andrews University. He has also been a freelance designer, doing videography, photography and graphic design. He renovates houses in his free time. Though not the typical background for a teacher, his experience brings a wealth of knowledge to TVA, and we are glad he is part of the TVA team!


Fun Facts About Mr. B:

Bucket list item: Get my pilot's license
Proudest accomplishment: Being a dad
Snack of choice: Chips and Salsa
Qualities I most admire about others: Organization, Persistence
One thing I hope to achieve in my lifetime: Build my own house
When I was a kid, I thought I would be an: Astronaut
In my free time, I like to: Watch Blender tutorials on YouTube
Favorite place I've ever travelled: Sienna, Italy
Sport I love: Racquetball
This store has a lot of my money: Home Depot
My at bat song would be: Fanfare for the Common Man
If calories didn't count, I would eat: Cookie Dough Cheesecake
Best movie ever was: The Martian

Denise Loncar, Art

Mrs. Loncar is passionate about art. What she loves even more is that she gets to share the thing she is most passionate about with students and see the spark ignite in them! She loves to see students develop abilities that they had no idea they possessed. 

Art is something Mrs. Loncar has a lot of experience with. She has a BA in Art History. In 2013 she joined the TVA team as the art teacher, and prior to that she was the Art Smart leader at TVA for over 10 years. 

Mrs. Loncar introduces her students to many different art mediums and topics, which change from year to year. This year she is excited to have her students focus on the human form using a variety of mediums. Her excitement transfers to her students, and they have a lot of fun learning about different kinds of art while surprising themselves with what they can do!


Fun Facts About Mrs. Loncar:

Bucket list item: Skydiving
Biggest fear: Running out of coffee
Who I most want to meet: Artemisia Gentileschi
Proudest accomplishment: Finishing my BA at 47 years of age
Snack of choice: Fruit, nuts, chocolate
Qualities I most admire about others: Persistency, humility, kindness
What inspires me: Stories of overcoming hardship
One thing I hope to achieve in my lifetime: Travel to every continent
3 words to describe myself: Chatty, happy, hopeful
In my free time I like to: Do yoga, draw, paint, cook, travel, read, walk, watch foreign films, go to museums
Sport I love: Yoga
My at bat song would be: Bamboleo (Gypsy Kings)
Favorite color: I'm an art teacher...all of them!

Steve Moor, Seventh-Ninth Grade

Steve Moor, or Mr. Steve as he is known to his students, has a simple goal for his teaching career: 

Teach students how to build a better world.

How does he do that? Through mentoring. Mr. Steve has BA's in Religion and English, and a Masters in Teaching, and he uses that knowledge to really reach kids. He mentors students by modeling Christ's behavior and asking kids to apply Christian principles to everyday problems and life events. 

Mr. Steve has many interests, and this year he is most excited to be teaching and mentoring students in the areas of Music, Videography, Yearbook and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math). He incorporates communication technology into his English, Social Studies and Publications classes, which enriches students' learning and gives them valuable skills in today's world. 

Mr. Steve prepares students not just for college, but for life through his mentoring and skill building. We are glad to have him as part of our TVA team!


Fun Facts About Mr. Steve:

Proudest accomplishment: Being a dad
Snack of choice: Maui potato chips
Quality I most admire about others: Expertise
One thing I hope to achieve in my lifetime: Doctorate
When I was a kid, I thought I would be a: Psychologist
3 qualities to describe myself: Quirky, passionate, flexible
If I could be any literary character, it would be: Willy Wonka
In my free time, I like to: Write music and shoot video
Favorite place I've ever travelled: Koh Phi Phi Island
Sport I love: Basketball
This store has a lot of my money: Amazon
My at bat song would be: Everybody's Got Their Something (Nikki Costa)
If calories didn't count I would drink: Smoothies
Best movie ever was: Lord of the Rings

Laura Springer, Sixth Grade

Mrs. Springer became a teacher because of her grandma's influence. Her grandma was a Christian woman and an excellent educator, and growing up watching her is what inspired Mrs. Springer to teach. 

Mrs. Springer joined TVA's team in 2004. She has 16 years of teaching experience, has taught grades 1-8, and she has been a school principal in her previous job at Laurelwood Adventist Elementary in Gaston, Oregon. She has a Bachelors Degree in Education, a Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction, and soon she will have a High School English Endorsement from Walla Walla University! 

What does she love about her job? Working with the students and learning about new curriculum, theories and teaching strategies. One new strategy she is trying out in her classroom this year is literature circles. 

Mrs. Springer brings a high-quality education to her 6th Grade students, preparing them well for their next steps into Middle School!


Fun Facts About Mrs. Springer:

Proudest accomplishment: I am the first to get a masters in my family
One thing I hope to achieve in my lifetime: A second masters degree
When I was a kid, I thought I would be a: Teacher
3 words to describe myself: Creative, hard-working, shopaholic
In my free time, I like to: Read or look at Pinterest
Farthest I've ever travelled: Germany
This store has a lot of my money: Ann Taylor Loft
If calories didn't count, I would eat: Cheesecake
Favorite color: Most any blue or gray

Kimberly Clifton, Fifth Grade

Mrs. Clifton joined the Tualatin Valley Academy team in 2013. She has a B.S. in Elementary Education with a minor in Art from Walla Walla University. Her Fifth Grade class is both fun and challenging, pushing students to learn and grow. 

When asked why she became a teacher, she replied: 

"I became a teacher because kids have so much potential and it is an awesome job helping them realize all that they can do."

She loves her class, the people she works with and the friendships she has created here at TVA, and we are very glad she is part of our family! 


Fun Facts About Mrs. Clifton: 

Biggest fear: Snakes
Proudest accomplishment: Becoming a teacher
Snack of choice: Apples with cinnamon
Qualities I most admire about others: Honesty, a good sense of humor, kindness
What inspires me: My students
When I was a kid, I thought I would grow up to be a: Journalist
In my free time I like to: Travel, do art and photography
Favorite place I've ever travelled: Ireland
Sports I love: Tennis, Volleyball
This store has a lot of my money: Target
If calories didn't count I would eat: Caramel apples with a side of cinnamon rolls

Nichole Chadwick, Fourth Grade

 

Miss Chadwick has loved being around kids her whole life. Given her love of kids, teaching has been a natural fit for her!

When asked what she loves most about her job now, Miss Chadwick replied that she loves to watch kids grow and learn, and she really enjoys hanging out and talking with them. 

Tualatin Valley Academy has been Miss Chadwick's home for her entire career. She joined TVA's staff in 2004. With 12 years of experience, her B.A. in Elementary Education and a Masters in Literacy Instruction from Walla Walla University, she is a huge asset to the school. Her energetic teaching style encourages students to learn, and they have fun while they do it!


Fun Facts About Miss Chadwick:

Bucket List Item: Since I skydived this summer, my next one is to travel Europe!
Biggest Fear: Getting locked in a honey bucket
Proudest Accomplishment: Being the first person on both sides of my family to graduate from college
Snack of choice: Chips and guacamole
What inspires me: Organization
When I was a kid, I thought I would grow up to be an: OB nurse, but I really don't like blood
3 words to describe myself: Smiley, outgoing, dedicated
In my free time, I like to: Travel
Farthest I've ever travelled: India
Favorite place I've travelled: Australia
Sport I love: Gymnastics
This store has a lot of my money: Nike employee store
If calories didn't count I would eat: Pasta
Favorite color: Pink or volt yellow

Jennifer Youker, Third Grade

Learning new things and getting kids excited about learning new things are two activities Mrs. Youker is passionate about! 

This year Mrs. Youker is teaching Third Grade at TVA. She's taught several grades at several schools, ranging from Kindergarten to High School, and her flexibility is one of the things that makes her such an awesome teacher! 

Mrs. Youker came to TVA in 2015. She has 11 years of teaching experience, and she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education with endorsements in English and Spanish from Walla Walla University. She also has a 5th year degree from Pacific Union College in Angwin, California. 

This year Mrs. Youker is especially excited to help her class delve into science! Always willing to try new things and follow current research, she also brought in alternative seating options for her classroom to help students focus better and to enrich the learning environment. 

When asked why she became a teacher, she said: 

"I love kids and always knew I wanted to work with kids."

She's a born teacher, and her students benefit greatly from that dedication!


Fun Facts About Mrs. Youker: 

Proudest Accomplishment: Running a marathon
Snack of choice: Any baked good
Qualities I most admire about others: Being calm in times of stress
One thing I hope to achieve in my lifetime: Be less busy
In my free time I like to: Read, bake, run, garden
Farthest I've ever travelled: Europe
Sport I love: Running
This store has a lot of my money: Nike
Best move ever was: Gone With the Wind
Favorite color: Green or Red

Jennifer Wendt, First and Second Grade

Mrs. Wendt loves seeing and experiencing new things every day. It's what led her to be a teacher. She loves children, and thinks watching the light come on in a child is one of the most exciting things to witness! 

As one of TVA's First and Second Grade teachers, Mrs. Wendt brings a wealth of knowledge and 23 years of experience to her classroom. She earned her Elementary Education degree from Walla Walla University and has endorsements in Early Childhood Education and Psychology. 

Since joining TVA's team in 2005 Mrs. Wendt has been working to broaden her students' horizons academically. This year she has brought several new STEM activities into the classroom, including boxes of STEM-oriented activities for free play and Wacky Science experiments every Tuesday. The Wacky Science curriculum is integrated with the rest of the curriculum in a project based learning format. It emphasizes other things students have been studying that week, such as the word of the week or a story that they have been studying.  

Mrs. Wendt's students know she has a passion for learning, and that inspires them to get excited about learning too!


Fun Facts About Mrs. Wendt:

Bucket list item: Travel to Antarctica
Who I most want to meet: Jesus
Snack of choice: Baked Cheetos
Qualities I most admire about others: Kindness, joy, honesty, friendliness
One thing I hope to achieve in my lifetime: Write a children's book
When I was a kid, I thought I would be this when I grew up: Nurse and Artist, then Teacher
If I could be any literary character, I would be: Anne of Green Gables. She's so real, sweet and willing to live life
In my free time I like to: Shop, watch TV, scrapbook, hang with friends and play games
Favorite places I've ever travelled: Switzerland, St. Thomas, Disneyland
Sport I love: Football - Go Seahawks!
My at bat song would be: Happy by Pharrell Williams
If calories didn't count I would eat: Chocolate cupcakes!
Best movies ever were: Sound of Music, American President
Favorite colors: Green and purple

Darby Granberry, First and Second Grade

Mr. Darby has been teaching for 10 years, but that doesn't mean he doesn't experience something new every day. In fact, that's what he loves most about his job: 

"Every day I am guaranteed at least one moment of pure joy."

With a masters in Literary Instruction from Walla Walla University and an undergraduate degree in Elementary Education with an Art minor, Mr. Darby leads his students in new, creative learning techniques every day. This year he is most excited about exploring science and engineering projects with his class, an excitement his students share! 

Mr. Darby worked previously teaching Preschool at Rivergate Elementary and K-2 at McMinnville Adventist Christian School. When asked why he became a teacher, he said: 

"Children have a beautiful outlook on life and I enjoy exploring this incredible world with them."

That passion for learning impacts his students and their learning in a very positive way.


Fun Facts About Mr. Darby:

Bucket list item: Visit the world art fair in Venice, Italy
Least favorite food: Lima beans
Biggest fear: Being unprepared
Who I most want to meet: Any children's book author
Proudest accomplishment: A successful school year
Snack of choice: Mixed nuts
Qualities I most admire about others: A well-rounded perspective
What inspires me: Good teachers
As a kid, I always thought I would grow up to be a: Veterinarian
How I describe myself: Ready for anything
If I could be any literary character it would be: Sherlock Holmes, need I say more?
In my free time I like to: Be with my friends
Favorite place I've ever travelled: Santorini, Greece
Sport I love: Basketball
This store has a lot of my money: Any one of my favorite restaurants
My at bat song would be: Pink Panther theme song
If calories didn't count I would drink: Mint Oreo Milkshakes
Best movie ever was: Star Wars
Favorite color: Yellow

Clark Woodworth, Kindergarten

Clark Woodworth joined the Tualatin Valley Academy team as our Kindergarten teacher in 2015. He earned his Elementary Education degree from Walla Walla University, and dove right into teaching some of the most curious, energetic learners out there - Kindergarteners!

Hearing students ask well thought-out questions is one of the highlights of Mr. Woodworth's job. He loves interacting with students, and the reason he became a teacher was to promote a love of learning in the kids he teaches, both in his classroom and on the basketball team he coaches. 

Mr. Woodworth has a knack for making students feel heard. He draws out even the most quiet of students, getting to know them for who they are and encouraging them as they get their start in an academic learning environment. 

We are very glad Mr. Woodworth joined our team!


Fun Facts About Mr. Woodworth:

Least favorite food: Zucchini
Biggest fear: Fish
Snack of choice: Orange juice
Qualities he most admires about others: Honesty and genuineness
What inspires me: Passionate people
Least favorite household chore: All of them
One thing I hope to achieve in my lifetime: Dunk a basketball
As a kid, I wanted to be this when I grew up: NBA player
In my free time, I like to: Read, work out, play piano, listen to music
Favorite place I've ever travelled: Laos
Sport I love: Basketball
This store has a lot of my money: Nike
If calories didn't count I would drink: Soda
Favorite color: Green