Taylor Ribecchi was diagnosed with a pituitary adenoma tumor on her brain when she was a sophomore in high school. Though her tumor is noncancerous, it still gives her troubles from time to time such as frequent headaches and vision problems. Through all of this, she is still able to do what she loves. She has been an all-star cheerleader at Jersey Pride gym for 12 years, and she does not let her tumor hold her back from doing what she loves. She is now 18 years old and is attending Drexel University. Taylor refuses to let her tumor hold her back from any, and everything, that she plans to do in life.
Taylor is an only child, and her parents both work full time jobs. They are not always home on time for dinner, so sometimes Taylor must cook dinner for herself and her family. Here she is cooking chicken cutlets for herself, her mother, and her father.
School is very demanding, and Taylor is a full time student at Drexel University. She currently has a 3.17 GPA and is majoring in biological science. Here she is studying for a final.
Even though Taylor is an only child, she does have a dog. When Taylor was in second grade she picked Casey out of a pen of boxers, brought her home, and they have been best friends ever since. Being an only child is hard, but Taylor says it’s a little bit easier having a pet around. Here Taylor is feeding Casey her dinner.
Taylor has many commitments in her life. She splits her time between her family, school, seeing her boyfriend, work, and cheerleading. Taylor commutes to Drexel University, and here she is seen driving there for classes.