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Get to Know 2013 New Orleans Saintsation Rebecca

Video bio, photos and Q&A with 2013 New Orleans Saintsation Rebecca

First name: Rebecca

Age: 20

Hometown: Baton Rouge, La.

High school: The Dunham School

University: Louisiana State University

Degree/major: Kinesiology

Career goal: Dental hygiene



Color: Coral and caribbean blue

Song: "I Go Back" by Kenny Chesney

Book: The Harry Potter series

Word: Fuddy Duddy

Food: Greek

Movie: "Burlesque" and "Pride and Prejudice"

TV show: "Nashville"

Pastime: Attending any type of live concert or music festival – such as Hangout Fest or Jazz Fest. I even enjoy small and local venues. I also love to travel with my family. I have been to more than 10 different countries and all over the States!

Lifetime goal: I want to learn to be an incredible chef for my future family.

Best habit: Time management and staying organized

Worst habit: Biting my nails and snoring

Best experience of being a New Orleans Saintsation so far: Finding out I actually made the team!

Best thing about being a Saintsation: Getting to know so many beautiful and talented women on the team. They have all been so friendly and supportive to us rookies!

Advice for younger girls: Don't let mean people get you down. Just remember God made you exactly the way you are for a reason. Everyone is unique, beautiful and talented in different ways.

Trait you admire most in other people: Selflessness

What is your most outstanding attribute: Sincerity

Other than your family, who is a positive role model in your life: My friends and sisters in Kappa Delta at LSU, I wouldn't be the woman I am today without them.

If you had the opportunity to travel anywhere in the world, where would it be and why: I want to travel to Ireland one day because of its captivating landscape and culture and also because my ancestors are from there. I want to travel to New Zealand because it is less touristy than most vacation spots! It has both exquisite mountains for skiing and a beautiful coast.

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