First Name: Jerami
First Name: Jerami
High School: Long Beach High School
University: University of Southern Mississippi
Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations
Career Goal: To be one of the most sought after publicists in my field
Color: Lime Green
Song: “Feel So Close” by Calvin Harris
Book: My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult
Word: Reir (Spanish for ‘to laugh’)
Food: French fries
Movie: Big Daddy
TV Show: Law and Order: Special Victims Unit
Pastime: Developing a new dance program for young children in the Gulf Coast area
Lifetime Goal: To be the successful woman God has destined me to be
Best Habit: Keeping calm under pressure
Worst Habit: I am a huge procrastinator
Best experience of being a New Orleans Saintsation so far: Witnessing Drew Brees surpass Dan Marino’s NFL record of most single season passing yards
Best thing about being a Saintsation: Meeting a wide array of young women and sharing this life changing experience with all of them.
Advice for younger girls: Set goals for yourself and work hard to achieve them. Anything is possible
Trait you admire most in other people: Humility
What is your most outstanding attribute: Being able to relate to all types of people
If you had the opportunity to travel anywhere in the world, where would it be and why: Africa, I have always wanted to experience a Safari and dive into an entirely new culture.
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)