If you could do anything you wanted right now, what would it be?
Travel the world for 4 months.
What has been your biggest challenge?
Planning out what I want do with my degree and facing the reality that I don't know what to do when I graduate. I’m a General Coms major so I don’t know if I want to do marketing, PR or radio.
Pick three words to describe yourself.
Spontaneous, outgoing, ambitious
Where do you see yourself in five years?
Working in media.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be?
Spain! I speak Spanish so I want to know how it would be like to speak Spanish in a different country.
What was your dream job growing up?
Playing baseball professionally.
If you could have one superpower, what would it be and how would you use it?
It wouldn't be mind reading, I don't want to know what people are thinking! I would time travel whenever I wanted. I could see more things, use less money and visit more people.
If you could speak another language, which would it be and why?
Chamorro, the native language of Guam. My grandparents taught it to me when I was younger, but I never adapted to it. I want to be able to speak it fluently to people when I go back.
How do you define success?
Accomplishing your goals and growing as a person. It's doing something that you couldn’t do before.
Name one fun fact about yourself?
I was inducted to the Pro Football Ultimate Fan Association at the NFL Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. I was inducted as a Raiders fan and in recognition of my fandemonium and my charity work.
If Hollywood made a movie about your life, whom would you like to see play the lead role as you?
Jake Gyllenhaal, someone said I looked like him.
Favorite quote? Why?
“Show me your friends and I’ll show you your future.”- Ray's grandfather
As a teenager you’re more susceptible around other people, so if everyone else is doing irresponsible things then you’re going to do that. I had friends who had fun while working hard and that’s how we still are. Look around you and that's your future.
What is your favorite book? Why?
Killing Kennedy- Bill O'Reilly.
It talks about a crucial part of history that is connected to policies. The book is able to put in layman's terms the correlation about how we were as a country then and how we are now.