First Name: Maggie D
First Name: Maggie D
High School: Holy Savior Menard Central High School
University: Louisiana State University
Degree: Business Management
Career Goal: To apply my business degree to some aspect of the dance industry
Color: Hot pink
Song: “I wanna dance with somebody” by Whitney Houston
Book: The Help by Kathryn Stockett
Word: Hope. I am a firm believer in never giving up on your dreams and being hopeful that you can make them a reality
Food: My dad’s barbequed hamburgers
Movie: Step Up
TV Show: Smash
Pastime: Running and painting
Lifetime Goal: To someday be a positive role model for young aspiring dancers
Best Habit: Being on time
Worst Habit: Stressing out over nonimportant things
Best experience of being a New Orleans Saintsation so far: Being selected to represent the Saints at the Superbowl in Indianapolis this past year
Best thing about being a Saintsation: Having the opportunity to be a role model to young girls
Advice for younger girls: Never take no for an answer when it comes to your dreams in life
Trait you most admire in other people: Confidence
What is your most outstanding attribute: Having a strong sense of who I am and being able to share it with others
Other than your family, who is a positive role model in your life: My roomate and best friend. She knows exactly what she wants to do with her life and will never settle for anything less. She is always making me want to study harder and reach my full potential as a student.
If you had the opportunity to travel anywhere in the world, where would it be and why: Washington D.C. There is so much of our country’s history I would love to learn about and experience firsthand.
See how the Saints, 49ers and Seahawks orginazations give back to the communites that support them.
Students at Academy of the Sacred Heart made decorative shoes to raise funds for a student in Uganda. Saints Owner Gayle Benson heard about the fundraiser and purchased a pair of shoes to help support the cause. In this video, Mrs. Benson discusses the fundraiser with Academy of the Sacred Heart students.
Saints Owner/Vice Chairman Rita Benson LeBlanc speaks about the Ochsner Back to Football 5K on Tuesday, July 10, 2012.
The New Orleans Saints partnered with Verizon Wireless for the third annual “Random Acts of Kindness Tour” on June 16. The bus stopped at five different locations on its route - Chevron, The Magnolia School, Verizon Wireless, Wal-Mart and McDonald's. Players were able to greet fans, take pictures, deliver gift cards and sign autographs at each stop.