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Ashley
Major/Occupation:
Student
Tenure:
2

Biography

Favorite Chiefs memory: My favorite Chiefs memory was my very first appearance when we were in Cancun. We were invited to visit a center for children with special needs. I met an amazing little girl who was blind, held her hand, and spoke Spanish to her about her dreams and aspirations. She was so full of life and it touched my heart so much to meet her. I will never forget that day!
· College: UMKC

· Degree: Pharm D.

· Current occupation: Pharm D. Student

· 3 words that describe yourself: passionate, determined, energetic

· Favorite color: red

· What 1 famous person would you most like to meet and why: Phil Kheogan (host of The Amazing Race) -The Amazing Race is my absolutely favorite TV show and I would really just love to just pick his brain about all the amazing places he has been able to visit.

· Favorite Chiefs memory: My favorite Chiefs memory was my very first appearance when we were in Cancun. We were invited to visit a center for children with special needs. I met an amazing little girl who was blind, held her hand, and spoke Spanish to her about her dreams and aspirations. She was so full of life and it touched my heart so much to meet her. I will never forget that day!


Recent Videos

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    Posted Dec 31, 2013

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  • Cheer Chatter: Brooke

    Posted Dec 31, 2013

    This is Brooke's second year as a Chiefs' Cheerleader. Brooke's favorite player is LB Justin Houston. The 2x time Pro Bowl Linebacker was voted the 49th best player in the NFL in 2012.

  • Cheer Chatter: Ashley

    Posted Dec 27, 2013

    Ashely is a rookie on the squad this year. Some of her earliest memories of coming to Chiefs game revolve around early morning tailgates and watching the cheerleaders during the games.