Get to know more about rookie DBC Morgan

<h2 ><span >About</span ></h2 ><p ><strong >Hometown:</strong > San Jose, California<strong >College:</strong > California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo<strong >Occupation:</strong > Software Engineer at Lockheed Martin<strong >Nickname:</strong > Morgie<strong >Zodiac sign:</strong > Virgo</p > <p ><img src="http://www.denverbroncos.com/assets/images/imported/DEN/photos/centerpiece/homepage/2018/01-January/180112_morgan_CP.jpg&quot; width="306" height="194"/ alt="Cheerleader Spotlight: DBC Morgan" ></p > <h2 ><span >Favorites</span ></h2 > <p ><strong >Movie/TV Show:</strong > "The Right Stuff"<strong >Color:</strong > Pink<strong >Holiday:</strong > Christmas<strong >Animal:</strong > Wolf<strong >Quote:</strong > “Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.” –Carl Sagan</p > <h2 ><span >Get to know Morgan</span ></h2 > <p ><strong >What does being a DBC mean to you?</strong ></p > <p >Being a DBC means being a small part of the Broncos family. It means being in a better position to help lift people up — whoever they may be — and knowing I have an amazing team and organization I can count on as well.</p > <p ><strong >What is your dream vacation destination?</strong ></p > <p >Literally everywhere! I want to see the world!</p > <p ><strong >As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?</strong ></p > <p >I wanted to be an airline pilot, then actress, then astronomer, then inventor. I was fickle.</p > <p ><strong >What advice would you give your younger self?</strong ></p > <p >“Listen to your mother!”</p > <p ><strong >When did you get involved in organized cheer and dance?</strong ></p > <p >I took my first dance class when I was 5 years old.</p > <p ><strong >When did you realize you wanted to do it professionally?</strong ></p > <p >I wanted to be a professional dancer before I took my first dance class. It’s the reason I convinced my mom to sign me up!</p > <p ><strong >What is it about the Broncos that made you want to try out for this team?</strong ></p > <p >The Broncos are such an influential force in the Denver and Colorado community, and I knew I wanted to make an impact in a way that’s bigger than any one person.</p > <p ><strong >How was the audition process?</strong ></p > <p >The audition process was hard work — physically and mentally. And it’s not just the week of auditions, I prepared myself in every way I could for the year leading up to auditions.</p > <p ><strong >What about the calendar shoot experience in Mexico?</strong ></p > <p >The calendar shoot in Mexico was 99 percent excitement and 1 percent nervousness. I think the nervousness came from never having done anything like that before, and also being the first girl to take my photos. The excitement came from exploring a place I’ve never been before with my new teammates and really getting to know them!</p > <p ><strong >What did it feel like when you found out you made the team?</strong ></p > <p >Making the team is a feeling I can most closely describe as similar to those milestones in life we only get to experience once. Getting your driver’s license … graduating from college … starting your career. These are all experiences that come from hard work, and change our lives forever.</p > <p ><strong >What has been your favorite part of being a DBC so far?</strong ></p > <p >My new family! My fellow DBCs and the entire organization as a whole have been nothing but welcoming and encouraging.</p > <p ><strong >How has it been interacting with the public as an ambassador for the Denver Broncos?</strong ></p > <p >As an ambassador for the Broncos, I’m excited to help promote unity and strength in our community around all of our common interests — a love for our team!</p > <p ><strong >What do you do outside of being a DBC?</strong ></p > <p >Outside of being a DBC, I have my full-time job at Lockheed Martin, where I am a software engineer. I’m on the team that writes the software that flies the Orion Capsule — a NASA mission to send men to deep space! I also volunteer in the community helping elementary and high school students understand and appreciate the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) disciplines of their coursework. Other than that, I like to spend time outside with my friends and dog!</p > <p ><strong >Do you have any hidden talents?</strong ></p > <p >I can kick a field goal!</p >

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Hometown: San Jose, CaliforniaCollege: California Polytechnic State University, San Luis ObispoOccupation: Software Engineer at Lockheed MartinNickname: MorgieZodiac sign: Virgo

Cheerleader Spotlight: DBC Morgan

Favorites

Movie/TV Show: "The Right Stuff"Color: PinkHoliday: ChristmasAnimal: WolfQuote: “Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.” –Carl Sagan

Get to know Morgan

What does being a DBC mean to you?

Being a DBC means being a small part of the Broncos family. It means being in a better position to help lift people up — whoever they may be — and knowing I have an amazing team and organization I can count on as well.

What is your dream vacation destination?

Literally everywhere! I want to see the world!

As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

I wanted to be an airline pilot, then...

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