1976 – Born on the 20th day of November this year in Silver Spring, Maryland. She was a long time member of the national team, and a three-time Olympian for the U.S.
1982 – She was first introduced to gymnastics at age six, when she signed up for a tumbling class. When she showed up, the class was canceled, and someone suggested to her parents that she take a class at a local gymnastics club called Hill’s Angels.
1991 – 1992 – Continued to move up on the national and international.
1992 – She was a solid team player in this year.
1993 – Led the competition after three events, even beating her more famous teammate Shannon Miller.
1994 – She is probably best known for her performances in this year, the 94′ World Championships.
1998 – Returned to competition at the 98′ Goodwill Games.
2002 – Graduated with her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland, College Park.
2004 – Currently she is on the Advisory Board of Sesame Workshop’s "Healthy Habits for Life" program.
2004 – 2006 – Served as President of the Women’s Sports Federation.