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    #TeamTuesday - Chloe Robertson

    How well do you know the NAC staff? Each week we highlight a different member of the NAC team to help you get to know us better!

    This week's #TeamTuesday feature team member is Chloe Robertson. Chloe started as a member here at the NAC, then joined NAC gymnastics staff in the beginning of the summer. She has seven years of experience being a gymnastics instructor, and is so happy to be helping coach the new exhibition team in the Fall. In addition to working at the NAC, Chloe is a senior nursing student at Gwynedd Mercy University.

    "My advice is reach for the stars. The only time you truly fail is when you give up—so don’t!"

    1. What is your favorite part of your job?
      My favorite part of the job has to be that rewarding feeling you get when one of your gymnasts learns a new skill. The excitement they have is so fulfilling for me to be a part of.
    2. What do you like to do in your free time?
      During my free time I like to workout (my favorite workout here is six zone), go out to eat, and relax by the pool. I mostly do all of these things here at the NAC!
    3. What advice do you have for young gymnasts or those looking to get into gymnastics? 
      My advice to all of my gymnasts is to realize that no matter how many times you fail at something, you can always get back up and try again. One night in gymnastics class, one of my students said, “Ms. Chloe if I fall that’s okay because I can just get up and try again!” That was an amazing thing to hear from a young child. This sport teaches kids lessons about life, along with becoming a great gymnast. So my advice is reach for the stars. The only time you truly fail is when you give up—so don’t!
    4. What is your most used social media emoji?
      My most used emoji is the smiling face. I try to live every day always smiling! 
    5. If you could have one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
      I would without a doubt choose Nachos! I would never, ever get sick of them.
    6. If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
      If I could travel anywhere in the world it would be Norway. My aunt and cousins live in Norway, and I have never had the chance to visit yet.
    7. What is your proudest accomplishment?
      My proudest accomplishment is being on the Dean's List for my entire college career thus far in the medical field. Hard work really does pay off!

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