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Beyond The Sidelines: Tasha recently caught up with veteran First Lady Tasha, who outside of cheering works in insurance and loves spending time with her family. What is your career outside of Washington Redskins Cheerleader?


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Tasha:** "Outside of WRC I work at The Kennedy Center as a Development Systems Coordinator, and I am also the Founder/CEO of a non-profit dance and mentoring program for girls called P.O.M. Squad. I am also a graduate student at George Mason University studying Non-Profit Management." How do you manage your time among WRC, your career and free time?

Tasha:"Managing my time is something that I struggle with daily. On the days that I am relatively good at it, I usually have a to-do list that I check off. I have tons of notebooks for different things, agendas and post-its everywhere. I have to remember that 'free time' is actually a thing and to take advantage of times that I can rest and enjoy family and friends. Sometimes I work way too hard, but I know that my efforts will soon pay off." If you could go back in time, what year would you travel to? Why?

Tasha:"I honestly wouldn't want to travel back to a certain year, because I feel that life only gets better and we improve with time. However, if I absolutely had to pick, I'd have to say the year that I met my husband (2012). Neither of us would have thought we'd be married today and because of that, we appreciate our union even more." What is one thing you would say you could not live without? Why?

Tasha:"I can't live without my family. They are my backbone and my biggest support system. I know that I can always rely on my family to show me love and be a lifeline in times of need." What is one thing you hope to accomplish within the next five years?

Tasha:"Within the next five years I hope to be recognized as a successful business woman with a thriving company. By this time, I would have quit my 'day job' to focus solely on running my organization. I also hope to have my first child within the next three to five years."




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