Cheerleaders

Leanna E.

Leanna E.

  • Occupation: School Based Case Manager
  • Hometown: Crawfordsville, IN
  • Tenure: Rookie

VIEW LEANNA'S SWIMSUIT GALLERY

Favorite Book:  Heaven Is For Real

Favorite Movie:  Step Up 4 and Dream Girls

Favorite thing about Indy: Longs Donuts... and the Colts of course!

Favorite Phone App:  Wanelo

Favorite Workout:  Zumba

Favorite Meal:  Shrimp and broccoli alfredo

Interesting Fact:  I earned my first dance scholarship at the age of six and my first national title at the age of eight.

Guilty Pleasure:  Milk and cookies!

Hobbies:  Spending time with family and friends, dancing, watching movies, playing games, and traveling.

3 Must-haves if you were stranded on a desert island: Family, friends and food.

3 Words to describe yourself: Optimistic, Ambitious, and Friendly

Greatest Accomplishment: Graduating from Purdue University and being the first one in my immediate family to earn a college degree!

Hardest thing about being a Colts Cheerleader: Balancing the demands of Colts Cheer, a full time job, church life, social life, fitness and any other obligations.

Most important thing in life: Faith, family, friends.

Best advice you ever received: Remember who you are and whose you are (a child of God’s).

VIEW LEANNA'S SWIMSUIT GALLERY

Favorite Book:  Heaven Is For Real

Favorite Movie:  Step Up 4 and Dream Girls

Favorite thing about Indy: Longs Donuts... and the Colts of course!

Favorite Phone App:  Wanelo

Favorite Workout:  Zumba

Favorite Meal:  Shrimp and broccoli alfredo

Interesting Fact:  I earned my first dance scholarship at the age of six and my first national title at the age of eight.

Guilty Pleasure:  Milk and cookies!

Hobbies:  Spending time with family and friends, dancing, watching movies, playing games, and traveling.

3 Must-haves if you were stranded on a desert island: Family, friends and food.

3 Words to describe yourself: Optimistic, Ambitious, and Friendly

Greatest Accomplishment: Graduating from Purdue University and being the first one in my immediate family to earn a college degree!

Hardest thing about being a Colts Cheerleader: Balancing the demands of Colts Cheer, a full time job, church life, social life, fitness and any other obligations.

Most important thing in life: Faith, family, friends.

Best advice you ever received: Remember who you are and whose you are (a child of God’s).