Hi there! I’m a gymnast at the University of Florida who loves long sunny walks, solo dance parties, and listening to business podcasts. I hope to share a message of playfulness in sport, and I enjoy creating content that inspires people to live vibrant, healthy lives. 


You’ll often find me cooking up healthy vegetarian eats and jamming to my favorite music. I am fascinated by investing and tech, as well as interior design. I enjoy traveling and immersing myself in new cultures and experiences – especially if beaches or skis are involved. Adventure and opportunity are always calling!



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I am available to collaborate on…

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  • Photo and video shoots
  • Events + appearances
  • Podcasts + live social media broadcasts
  • Other projects to help tell your brand’s story


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Education + Experience

Leah is a native of Ann Arbor, Michigan, and in 2018, she headed down to the sunshine state to compete for the University of Florida. Throughout her time as a Gator, she has pursued many passion projects, including a vegetarian food blog and a motivational gymnastics podcast. She recently launched the first-ever gymnastics board game.


Leah has earned academic and athletic All-American honors and was named the 2021 SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year. She graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s in advertising and will soon earn her master’s in mass communication.


Leah worked for Aha Pure Foods and Nike before embarking on her entrepreneurial journey. Leah is now working on a business, NIL Island, to help student-athletes capitalize on their personal brands.