As a life long athlete Nicole found her passion for fitness at a young age. Throughout high school Nicole competed as a two-sport athlete in basketball and track and field in her hometown of Eagle Point, Ore. She brought her talents in both sports to Southwestern Oregon Community College (SWOCC).
Following a year of being a dual-sport athlete she moved her focus to track and field and went on to compete in the heptathlon at SWOCC and then at Southern Oregon University (SOU). During her track career at SOU in Ashland, Ore, Nicole competed in both short and long relays, the heptathlon, triple jump, and the open 200 races. After completing her college track career in 2013 and obtaining her degree in health and physical education she continued her passion for sports coaching young athletes in volleyball, basketball and track.
Nicole obtained her masters in education and spent two years teaching and coaching. In August of 2017 she made the decision to move to Nevada and pursue her dreams of becoming a fitness trainer. In her search she has found a home and a new drive at CCF.
Nicole now teaches part time and dedicates the rest of her time to helping people reach their fitness goals. Her love for fitness spans all ages and abilities. Nicole is passionate and very determined to help others create the best version of themselves while she continues to do the same.