Cheerleader Biography

Chloe

Biography

Chloe

Number of years on the team
Rookie Year

Hometown
Kansas City, Missouri

College
Northwest Missouri State University

Occupation
Recruiter

Favorite quote
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Mahatma Ghandi

Person you admire and why
My mom. By example, she’s shown me what it means to be a daughter, a sister, and a friend. She’s accomplished the most incredible things in her life due to her incredible strength, dedication, and selfless heart. And best of all, she has always believed in me, even when I didn’t always believe in myself.

Favorite thing to do in Kansas City
I am a huge thrill seeker, so I have always love visiting Worlds of Fun & Oceans of Fun!

Favorite charity and why?
The Make-A-Wish Foundation. I’m in my second year as a Certified Wish Granter through the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Missouri.  This experience has brought more joy into my life than I could have ever imagined. The Wish Kids that I work with have given me so much more than I could ever help give to them. I hope to serve Make-A-Wish for the rest of my life.

Why did you decide to audition to be a Chiefs Cheeleader?
There are SO many reasons I decided to audition to be a CC… the sisterhood, the service opportunities, my love of performing. Before I was on the team, I watched my Wish Kid’s eyes light up when she walked into a room and saw Ashley O. and Claire in their uniforms. She was so excited and so happy. That’s the very moment I knew, without a doubt, that I wanted to be a part of this team.  It’s so surreal that Ashley and Claire are now my teammates. I’m forever grateful.

Favorite cheer appearance to date
. I loved Draft Day! There is nothing more heartwarming than watching people’s biggest dreams come true.

Advice to anyone that wants to audition in the future to be a cheerleader
Truly, the hardest part is believing that you actually can. It’s so easy to let self-doubt consume you. The moment you convince yourself that you are enough is the moment you’ll be unstoppable. Believe you CAN and you’re halfway there.

What is your favorite “Stephanie Judah” saying?
“I know you want it, or you wouldn’t be here. The real question is, are you willing to WORK for it?”

Chloe

Number of years on the team
Rookie Year

Hometown
Kansas City, Missouri

College
Northwest Missouri State University

Occupation
Recruiter

Favorite quote
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Mahatma Ghandi

Person you admire and why
My mom. By example, she’s shown me what it means to be a daughter, a sister, and a friend. She’s accomplished the most incredible things in her life due to her incredible strength, dedication, and selfless heart. And best of all, she has always believed in me, even when I didn’t always believe in myself.

Favorite thing to do in Kansas City
I am a huge thrill seeker, so I have always love visiting Worlds of Fun & Oceans of Fun!

Favorite charity and why?
The Make-A-Wish Foundation. I’m in my second year as a Certified Wish Granter through the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Missouri.  This experience has brought more joy into my life than I could have ever imagined. The Wish Kids that I work with have given me so much more than I could ever help give to them. I hope to serve Make-A-Wish for the rest of my life.

Why did you decide to audition to be a Chiefs Cheeleader?
There are SO many reasons I decided to audition to be a CC… the sisterhood, the service opportunities, my love of performing. Before I was on the team, I watched my Wish Kid’s eyes light up when she walked into a room and saw Ashley O. and Claire in their uniforms. She was so excited and so happy. That’s the very moment I knew, without a doubt, that I wanted to be a part of this team.  It’s so surreal that Ashley and Claire are now my teammates. I’m forever grateful.

Favorite cheer appearance to date
. I loved Draft Day! There is nothing more heartwarming than watching people’s biggest dreams come true.

Advice to anyone that wants to audition in the future to be a cheerleader
Truly, the hardest part is believing that you actually can. It’s so easy to let self-doubt consume you. The moment you convince yourself that you are enough is the moment you’ll be unstoppable. Believe you CAN and you’re halfway there.

What is your favorite “Stephanie Judah” saying?
“I know you want it, or you wouldn’t be here. The real question is, are you willing to WORK for it?”