Danielle Pascente

Danielle Pascente

Varsity Cheerleading Coach
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My name is Danielle Pascente. I graduated from Arizona State University in May of this year. I am finishing up this class for my major requirement. I will be receiving my BA in psychology officially in August. I graduated college in 3 years. I am only 20 years old. I coach a nationally ranked high-school varsity cheer team. That takes up a lot of my life and I am very passionate about it. I love working out and have been an athlete since I was 4 years old. I hope I can someday move to New York to pursue a career in event planning or event productions for the fashion industry. I would also love to become a personal trainer. I find nutrition and health to be a very fascinating subject and would love to help other people develop a passion and understanding for it!

I love animals. I have a dog and 2 cats at home. I have 2 siblings. A brother and a sister who are both older than me. I have a single mother who raised all 3 of us kids. My father passed away when I was 6 years old in a tragic car accident. My mom has done an incredible job raising us and taking care of herself in such a hard time.

I absolutely love sports. I have been involved with athletics my whole entire life. I don't know what I would do without them. They are a huge part of who I am today. They have taught me discipline, character, motivation, determination, and life-long goals.

I am also involved in community service. I used to volunteer at the Andre House in middle and high school. I loved being able to make a difference in other people's lives less fortunate. I have helped with my mom's foundation called "widowed with children." I have helped at the Thomas J. Papas School in teaching children the basics of cheerleading. I am also a 7 year participant in the walk for hope. I love to help the community out any way I can, which is why I was interested in taking this course.

I'm looking forward to learning new things in my last class of college!