Havana is a Jamaican professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for the (NWSL) North Carolina Courage and the Jamaican women's national team.
In 2019 she made history–scoring Jamaica’s first-ever goal in a FIFA World Cup.
Havana has also played professionally in Norway, France, and Cyprus.
She’s a globe-trotter. So far, 20 countries ticked off her list. She knows she wants to live in New Zealand, but has yet to visit.
Current obsessions: chocolate (specifically, Tony’s Chocolonely), Coffee (specifically, La Colombe, Lyon blend), Jigsaws, and her dog (her life.)
What does she read? Historical fiction. Memoirs. Biographies. Shantaram.
Can’t live without: her morning routine: 6:30 a.m. sitting in her recliner (from college), at 6:30 am, with with coffee, a crossword and her journal.
If Havana wasn’t a pro athlete, she’d be: an author, a chef or a farmer.
A little known fact? She knows how to milk a cow.
She hopes to qualify for an Olympics representing Jamaica.
“It is important to me to leave the soccer world in a better place for the girls coming up behind me.”