Brenda was born, and raised in Florida and currently resides in Palm Beach. Becoming a lover of football happened at a young age. She would watch all of the games with her dad. She also started dancing from a young age. During her years in high school, she was on the dance/drill team. What a perfect way to blend love of both! Not to mention having the best seat! Upon graduating from high school, she went directly to nursing school. It was in nursing school that she met Pam, who was also a student and a cheerleader. This is how Brenda found out about the auditions to become a cheerleader. Brenda was very excited about the opportunity to audition. We both made the team that year! So, our classmates thought it was pretty cool to have two Miami Dolphins cheerleaders in their class! To this very day, she and I are still the best of friends, even though we live miles apart. Brenda made the team her first time auditioning at the age of 19. Brenda cheered 1980-1983 and 1987.
Clemmie C. Perry
Clemmie Perry cheered for the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders for 5 years and is honored to be selected as a Miami Dolphins Cheerleader decade representative, to serve the MDC Alumni to support the ongoing legacy of the Cheerleader organization. Clemmie also cheered 1 year with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders.
Clemmie Perry has over 25 years’ experience working for three Fortune 500 companies such as Lockheed Martin Corporation (Washington, D.C), Florida Power & Light Company (Miami) & Sodexo (Paris) Hospitality Company. She earned her B.S. degree from Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, Florida in Business Management and an M.S. from Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida in Instructional Technology and E-Learning.
In 2014, after leaving her corporate career, Ms. Perry founded a non-profit organization, Women of Color Golf (WOCG) and Girls on the Green Tee (GOTGT), programs which have trained over 2500 women and girls in the basic fundamentals of golf in large corporations, local communities, schools and community outreach centers.
Lory Ankiel (Bailey) is a proud Miami Dolphins Cheerleader Alumni, wife and mother. She cheered for the Miami Dolphins for 4 years from 1998-2001, as a Captain and Show Team member. She currently works for Dignity Memorial as a pre-planning advisor helping families plan for life's final moment. She is married to former MLB star, Rick Ankiel and lives in Jupiter, FL with their 2 boys.
"Creating the Miami Chapter of the NFCAO is the perfect extension to an already amazing Alumni group in South Florida. It’s a great opportunity to reach other former cheerleaders from around the league, networking and forming friendships over shared experiences that only former NFL ladies can understand. IYKYK! I can't wait to get together! Fins Up!
Lailla Yamamoto cheered for the Miami Dolphins from 1998 through 2000,
showing her love for both sports and entertainment. Lailla is also a
dedicated advocate for Souls4Soles, a non-profit organization that provides
shoes for those in need. Lailla is excited to serve the MDC Alumni
Community and be a part of the ongoing legacy! Fins Up!!Laill
Dr. Mari Campuzano
Dr. Mari Campuzano was a Miami Dolphins Cheerleader from 2009 to 2013. During her time as a cheerleader, she served as Sunshine Chair and Co-Captain, and was selected as Veteran of the Year during her second season on the team. Some of her most rewarding experiences as a cheerleader were engaging with community groups and military servicemen and women. Mari had the opportunity to represent the team on military tours to Joint Base Lewis-McChord and Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, and completed over ten 5Ks as part of the team’s “Cheer for a Cause” initiative supporting local non-profits’ fundraising efforts. Dr. Campuzano participated in the first annual Dolphins Challenge Cancer (DCC) and has since remained involved with the event. Mari’s commitment to DCC is highlighted as part of the “Faces of the DCC” campaign advocating for the largest fundraiser in the NFL. Mari’s time as an NFL Cheerleader motivated her career path into organizational development. She obtained her doctorate at The George Washington University in Washington, DC where she published her dissertation on the experience of Latina CEOs in professional sports inspired by her time on the squad. Dr. Campuzano was selected as graduation speaker where she was able to share about her experience working with the Miami Dolphins. Mari has remained closely involved with the team as an alumna. She had the opportunity to write the 2018 Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders “Joyful. Powerful. Beautiful.” lifestyle annual book documenting the team’s journey aboard the MSC Seaside. She has also traveled with the team to Mexico City for Super Bowl LII and Armed Forces Entertainment Super Bowl LIII military tour to Europe. Dr. Campuzano has served as a gameday Cheerleader Alumni Ambassador since retiring from the team, and remains involved in the South Florida community with various non-profit organizations, and empowering emerging leaders through Leadership Miami.
Ashley Williams was a Miami Dolphins Cheerleader from 2018 to 2021. Becoming a MDC allowed her to combine her passion for dance with her love for serving the community. The highlights of her tenure were going overseas on Armed Forces Entertainment tours, and serving as Captain for Team MDC - Dolphins Cancer Challenge. She currently lives in Northern Virginia, and holds the title of Miss Virginia USA 2023. Being an MDC and a Miss USA Contestant are her two favorite milestones in life so far.
Kristen Pinard (also known as KP), is originally from Jacksonville, Florida, and has made significant strides in the dance world. Her early achievements include performing in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and being featured in Disney Parks ads. She studied dance at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts, and later traveled with the Tremaine Dance Convention as a Company Assistant. Her talents led her to Florida State University, where she excelled as a member of the FSU Golden Girls Dance Team, performing at athletic events and earning a 3rd-place finish at UDA D1A Jazz Nationals.
From 2019-2023 she continued her dance career as a Miami Dolphins Cheerleader, and served as Team Captain for two of those years. Kristen performed for military troops overseas and participated in high-profile events like the Formula 1 Grand Prix and the Super Bowl LIV Halftime show. One of her proudest achievements was her role in supporting Dolphins Challenge Cancer as Fundraising Captain leading MDC to raise over $120,000 for cancer research, underscoring her commitment to community service. Having recently retired from the Dolphins, Kristen now focuses on her role as Marketing Director for SFL Hospitality Group and continues to share her love for dance as an instructor and choreographer in South Florida.