How do you inspire kids to a lifelong of sport?

Make it fun, show them positive role models, and encourage them to try various sports until they find one they love.

If you could be any superhero who would you be and why?

If I could be any superhero, I’d probably choose Spiderman. He’s relatable, has a great sense of responsibility, and his ability to swing through the city would be pretty cool! Plus, who wouldn’t want to climb walls and have spidey senses?

What is your Favourite Quote?

One of my favorite quotes is by Albert Einstein: “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution.”

What is your best childhood memory of playing sport?

My best childhood memory of playing sports would probably be the exhilarating feeling of scoring a winning goal in a soccer match. The rush of adrenaline, the cheers from teammates and spectators, and the sense of accomplishment made it a moment I’ll never forget.

What’s the first job you dreamed of having as a kid?

As a kid, I dreamed of being an astronaut. The idea of exploring outer space and experiencing the unknown fascinated me.

When you’re not working, how do you like to spend your time?

I love outdoor activities such as hiking or playing some type of sports.

Which Sporting Icon did you always impersonate in the backyard and why?

In the backyard, I often impersonated Michael Jordan. His incredible basketball skills, athleticism, and winning mentality inspired me to shoot hoops and strive for excellence on the court. Plus, pretending to be “Air Jordan” and making buzzer-beater shots felt like living out my own sports dreams.

Why do you enjoy working with children?

It’s fulfilling to witness their growth, curiosity, and excitement as they learn new things. Plus, their creativity and unfiltered perspectives can be refreshing and inspiring.