Cheerleader Biography

Biography

Caroline

Number of years on the team
4th year

Hometown
Council Bluffs, Iowa

College
The University of Iowa- Go Hawkeyes!

Occupation
Real Estate Management

Goals in life
I want to look back on my life and be able to say whole-heartedly, “I did everything I wanted to do, I lived up to my full potential, I loved without conditions, and I helped others.” I want to find forever love. I never want to take one day for granted, or lose the feeling of how precious life can be.

Favorite Hobby (other than cheering or dancing)
Being an Aunt! Every chance I get, I’m running home to Nebraska to catch a baseball game, a violin concert, or just to get some quick hugs. Max, Natalie, Miles, Logan (and my new niece Maren, debuting in August!) are my heart. I am so proud of the people they are becoming. Happiness is being their Auntie Carol.

Favorite charity and why?
The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) and Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy. My sweet nephew Miles was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy when he was very young. Our family does all we can to spread awareness, educate, and contribute to the advancement of research to find a cure once and for all.

Favorite cheer appearance to date
. I was honored to be part of a visit to Fort Campbell in Kentucky last year as part of our Variety Show cast. While visiting, we toured the Air Assault School, home of the 101st Airborne Division, and learned about the requirements of completing the course there. The last requirement to graduate is to repel down a 32 foot open air tower at the Air Assault School, and the 6 of us under the watchful eye of the accomplished instructors had the chance to repel. It was the most terrifying experience of my life, I’m terrified of heights and I would have never made it down if it weren’t for the exceptional coaching from Sergeant and his team. I could so clearly understand why they were in their roles; it was a small feat for me as a civilian, but from that experience, I was reminded of the bravery our service men and women exemplify daily to protect us.

Best moment as a cheerleader to date
Cheering our Monday Night Football game against the New England Patriots my rookie season, beating them 41-14, and breaking the Guinness World Record for “Loudest Outdoor Arena!” I will never forget holding the flag on the field and looking up into the night as Chiefs Kingdom sang the National Anthem; I’ve never felt energy so electric. It was amazing.

Caroline

Number of years on the team
4th year

Hometown
Council Bluffs, Iowa

College
The University of Iowa- Go Hawkeyes!

Occupation
Real Estate Management

Goals in life
I want to look back on my life and be able to say whole-heartedly, “I did everything I wanted to do, I lived up to my full potential, I loved without conditions, and I helped others.” I want to find forever love. I never want to take one day for granted, or lose the feeling of how precious life can be.

Favorite Hobby (other than cheering or dancing)
Being an Aunt! Every chance I get, I’m running home to Nebraska to catch a baseball game, a violin concert, or just to get some quick hugs. Max, Natalie, Miles, Logan (and my new niece Maren, debuting in August!) are my heart. I am so proud of the people they are becoming. Happiness is being their Auntie Carol.

Favorite charity and why?
The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) and Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy. My sweet nephew Miles was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy when he was very young. Our family does all we can to spread awareness, educate, and contribute to the advancement of research to find a cure once and for all.

Favorite cheer appearance to date
. I was honored to be part of a visit to Fort Campbell in Kentucky last year as part of our Variety Show cast. While visiting, we toured the Air Assault School, home of the 101st Airborne Division, and learned about the requirements of completing the course there. The last requirement to graduate is to repel down a 32 foot open air tower at the Air Assault School, and the 6 of us under the watchful eye of the accomplished instructors had the chance to repel. It was the most terrifying experience of my life, I’m terrified of heights and I would have never made it down if it weren’t for the exceptional coaching from Sergeant and his team. I could so clearly understand why they were in their roles; it was a small feat for me as a civilian, but from that experience, I was reminded of the bravery our service men and women exemplify daily to protect us.

Best moment as a cheerleader to date
Cheering our Monday Night Football game against the New England Patriots my rookie season, beating them 41-14, and breaking the Guinness World Record for “Loudest Outdoor Arena!” I will never forget holding the flag on the field and looking up into the night as Chiefs Kingdom sang the National Anthem; I’ve never felt energy so electric. It was amazing.