Radio host who became known as the WebGirl on the nationally syndicated country radio morning show The Bobby Bones Show. She previously worked as the Digital Program Direction at iHeartMedia in Nashville as well as Web Content Director at Orlando's XL106.7.
She studied journalism and international relations at the University of Central Florida and graduated at 20.
She worked as a contributing writer for the Orlando Sentinel newspaper, Slam magazine, and various websites such as NBA.com
She was married and divorced by the age of 22.
She became the youngest member of The Bobby Bones show starring host Bobby Bones.