This week I met Kamani Falls of Cerritos, CA. She is a third year here at CSULB and has decided to major in Child Development with a minor in Business in hopes that one day she can open up her own daycare later on in the future. Kamani was so easy to talk to, which made the interview run very smoothly. Learning that she also hails and commutes from Cerritos, Kamani found out some other similar things that we have in common like the fact that we both went to the rival schools in our area. Kamani went to Gahr HS while I went to Cerritos HS. The rivalry between our schools is extremely overwhelming, and either one of us can testify to that, especially Kamani seeing that she was a cheerleader for all four years of high school. Not only that, but being the cheerleader she it, Kamani is a cheer coach for the LA All-Star team where she coaches 3-5 year olds. When asking her about her cheer career Kamani agreed that “once a cheerleader, always a cheerleader”. Kamani has been in cheer for almost all her life and just blossomed in the program exponentially. She loves performing and she definitely loves sharing her love of cheer to the younger generations.
Also, I discovered that Kamani is currently working at Jamba Juice, but is trying to look for another job because she feels that the job doesn’t pay enough for the things they make their employees do. So taking initiative, she is branching out to a job that is more towards retail than dealing with boxes of fruits and vegetables. All in all, it was lots of fun interviewing Kamani and I hope all the best in her future pursuits because I know she can do anything she puts her mind to! 🙂
Kamani’s website: http://imkamanii.wordpress.com/