Nicole Marquez has learned that God’s plan for our lives is often different from our own. She always knew she wanted to dance, and she wanted to touch audiences in a special way. God just had a different way for her to achieve that.
From the age of three, Nicole was in dance classes. When she was ten years old, she was cast in a children’s show produced by Mississippi Educational Television called Funnybones. Throughout high school, Nicole worked in television and radio. She had a weekly radio program called “Nic’s Picks: What’s Hot and What’s Not.” When she was a junior in high school, she was hired by the NBC affiliate in Jackson, Mississippi to do a weekly teen report for the evening news. For three years, Nicole reported on ordinary teens doing extraordinary things.
Nicole did some pretty extraordinary things herself, including dancing in a national Coca-Cola commercial, hosting a documentary series on teen smoking, being crowned the “Reina Latina” at the Mississippi Hispanic Festival and she was featured in an article for Teen People magazine.
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