First Name: Caitlyn
First Name: Caitlyn
High School: St. Mary's Dominican
Degree: Occupational Therapy
Career Goal: To help and touch the lives of kids with special needs!
Song: "Don't Stop Believing" by Journey
Book: Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
Food: Spaghetti & Meatballs
Movie: Pride and Prejudice
TV Show: Dance Moms
Lifetime Goal: To raise a large and loving family. Family is everything!
Best Habit: Doing things the right way even when no one is watching.
Worst Habit: Being a perfectionist. I like to do things my way which causes me to overcommit!
Best experience of being a New Orleans Saintsation so far: Getting to cheer on the sidelines with 80,000 other Saints fans!
Best thing about being a Saintsation: Being a role model for younger girls as well as making numerous best-friends.
Advice for younger girls: Be persistent in going after what you want!
Trait you admire most in other people: Southern Hospitality!
What is your most outstanding attribute: Making people smile!
Other than your family, who is a positive role model in your life: Rick Cusimano. He opened my eyes to the world around me and showed me how life should be lived. "Who can say I've been changed for the better? But because I knew you, I have been changed for good."-Wicked
If you had the opportunity to travel anywhere in the world, where would it be and why: Greece to experience the culture, food, and scenery.
Zach Strief spoke at Ethel Schoeffner Elementary on Friday, April 11, 2014. (New Orleans Saints video)
New Orleans Saints punter Thomas Morstead talks about participating in St. Baldrick's Day on Saturday at Finn McCool's Irish Pub.
The annual Wednesday at the Square concert series kicked off its 2014 season Wednesday, March 19 and the evening was marked by big crowds, beautiful weather, great music and, of course, the Saints.
Video recap of the 2014 New Orleans Saints high school athletic training symposium (New Orleans Saints video)