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About Sasha

Originally from San Diego California, this southern beauty grew up in Charleston SC, where she enrolled in modeling school at a tender age, graduated, and shortly after, began her modeling career. With an eagerness to learn and a love for school, Sasha pursued a Business degree in Technology, specializing in Computer Software, Web Site Design & Maintenance, Information Systems, and Office Systems. She is computer savvy, to say the least (see Business Résumé for more details).

Today, Sasha’s modeling career has led her to pursue acting in Theatre & Performing Arts (Stage) and on the big screen (Film). She has played a featured role in Nick Cassavetes’s movie “The Notebook” (New Line Cinema) as the wife of actor Dan Chamblin and also starred in the independent film “Carma,” directed by Robert Bear. Sasha has been featured in a number of local commercials and industrial films with a lead speaking role, and most recently, she performed as a Showgirl & Magician’s Assistant with Master Illusionist David Robinson of Las Vegas (2003-2004) whose guest appearances have included The Late Show with David Letterman, Comedy Central, and Comic Relief.

An accomplished athlete as well, Sasha maintains her agility and enthusiasm through her love of sports, dance, fitness, and physical challenges (stunts). Over the years, she has earned several awards in various sports including competitive running, competitive soccer, league bowling, gymnastics, and baton twirling, among others. She is a former gymnast of 5 years, a competitive bowler of 7 years on two leagues, and a baton twirler of 5 years, where she has placed at the top in countless competitions and performances. Today, Sasha remains focused on fitness as a top priority. Both an athlete and fitness model, her workouts include a mixture of cardio, cross-training, weightlifting, dance, kickboxing, aerobics, and competitive sports.

Aside the physical rewards that come from exercise, Sasha’s biggest reward is found in helping others. Through her many talents such as competitive running, she helps to raise money, awareness and research for several charitable foundations including the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, the Epilepsy Foundation of America, and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society through the Team In Training.

A survivor herself, Sasha is a published medical success story who has been featured nationally in Woman’s World Magazine and The Post and Courier’s Health & Science, among others. Her nearly 20-year battle with Epilepsy has become a top story in Neuroscience and Medicine.

In summary, Sasha is a multi-talented person with unlimited potential, ambition, and drive for success. Don’t settle for anything less than the best!