Cheerleader Biography

Brooke

Biography

Brooke

Number of years on the team
2nd year

Hometown
Topeka, KS

College
University of Kansas and Kansas State University

Occupation
Dietitian

Dance/Cheer background & experience before Chiefs
I have been dancing since I was 6-years-old and cheering since I was 15. I danced and cheered competitively before I went on to become a Rock Chalk Dancer at KU for 3 years and a Classy Cat at K-State for 1 year.

Goals in life
My goal in life is to bring love and joy into other’s lives through everything that I do.

Favorite quote
“Do ordinary things with extraordinary love.” – Mother Teresa

Fun fact about yourself
I have two Sphynx (hairless cats) named Benjamin and Otis

Why did you decide to audition to be a Chiefs Cheeleader?
Ever since I was little, it has been my dream to be a NFL cheerleader. Because of the unparalleled character of the Chiefs Cheer program and the Chiefs organization, I couldn’t imagine auditioning anywhere else. After being on the team one year, I re-auditioned because of the incredible sisterhood.

Best workshop or audition moment
My favorite audition moment each year is the very last day when all the candidates perform the main dance by themselves on stage. Everyone is so supportive of each other, and the talent in the room is always inspiring!

Advice to anyone that wants to audition in the future to be a cheerleader
Be fierce in your pursuit to be a CC. Start pushing yourself to grow in all areas including football knowledge, fitness, dance technique, and communication. The process will be challenging, but it will be beyond worth it. The desire is in your heart for a reason, don’t doubt yourself!

What’s on your bucket list?
My bucket list items are getting my Master’s Degree in Nutrition, owning a home, and traveling anywhere and everywhere.

What is your favorite “Stephanie Judah” saying?
“Victory Tuesday.” At the Tuesday practice following a Chiefs victory, Judah will say these much-anticipated words and we will run laps instead of our usual, challenging “stinger warm-up.”

Brooke

Number of years on the team
2nd year

Hometown
Topeka, KS

College
University of Kansas and Kansas State University

Occupation
Dietitian

Dance/Cheer background & experience before Chiefs
I have been dancing since I was 6-years-old and cheering since I was 15. I danced and cheered competitively before I went on to become a Rock Chalk Dancer at KU for 3 years and a Classy Cat at K-State for 1 year.

Goals in life
My goal in life is to bring love and joy into other’s lives through everything that I do.

Favorite quote
“Do ordinary things with extraordinary love.” – Mother Teresa

Fun fact about yourself
I have two Sphynx (hairless cats) named Benjamin and Otis

Why did you decide to audition to be a Chiefs Cheeleader?
Ever since I was little, it has been my dream to be a NFL cheerleader. Because of the unparalleled character of the Chiefs Cheer program and the Chiefs organization, I couldn’t imagine auditioning anywhere else. After being on the team one year, I re-auditioned because of the incredible sisterhood.

Best workshop or audition moment
My favorite audition moment each year is the very last day when all the candidates perform the main dance by themselves on stage. Everyone is so supportive of each other, and the talent in the room is always inspiring!

Advice to anyone that wants to audition in the future to be a cheerleader
Be fierce in your pursuit to be a CC. Start pushing yourself to grow in all areas including football knowledge, fitness, dance technique, and communication. The process will be challenging, but it will be beyond worth it. The desire is in your heart for a reason, don’t doubt yourself!

What’s on your bucket list?
My bucket list items are getting my Master’s Degree in Nutrition, owning a home, and traveling anywhere and everywhere.

What is your favorite “Stephanie Judah” saying?
“Victory Tuesday.” At the Tuesday practice following a Chiefs victory, Judah will say these much-anticipated words and we will run laps instead of our usual, challenging “stinger warm-up.”