Cheerleader Biography

Claire

Biography

Claire

Number of years on the team
4th year

Hometown
Council Bluffs, IA

College
The University of Iowa - Go Hawkeyes!

Occupation
Chiropractic Assistant and X-Ray Technician

Your personal motto / words to live by
Life is short; buy the ticket, take the trip, and eat the cake.

Favorite quote
"Everyone wants to be the sun and shine in someone's day. But why not be the moon, and light up their darkest hour?"

Person you admire and why
My parents. They are both magnetic to be around, and extremely hard working, intelligent, and loving. It is my goal to emulate my mom's compassion, creativity, and patience, and my dad's warmth, will-power, and leadership.

Why did you decide to audition to be a Chiefs Cheeleader?
I always wanted to cheer in the NFL. The Chiefs Cheerleaders are world-class performers, and Arrowhead is an unparalleled venue in all of sports. Once I made the team, I quickly learned that the Chiefs Cheerleaders are also incredibly humble, intelligent, and kind individuals as well. These women are truly some of the best friends I have ever had.

Best moment as a cheerleader to date
Cheering our game against the Detroit Lions at Wembley Stadium in London as part of the 2015 NFL International Series. Wembley is an Olympic venue and home to countless iconic events throughout history. Spending 8 days in the UK with my team mates was a truly unforgettable experience.

Advice to anyone that wants to audition in the future to be a cheerleader
Don't try to change anything about yourself to fit the mold of what you think an NFL cheerleader is. You will learn quickly that our team is in the business of breaking stereotypes, and we CELEBRATE the differences of each young woman who auditions. Just like any family, our squad is extremely diverse, and we love it that way!

What’s on your bucket list?
To find and marry the love of my life, to travel the world, and to cheer on the Kansas City Chiefs to a win in the Super Bowl.

What is your favorite “Stephanie Judah” saying?
"We come in as team mates, but we leave as family."

Claire

Number of years on the team
4th year

Hometown
Council Bluffs, IA

College
The University of Iowa - Go Hawkeyes!

Occupation
Chiropractic Assistant and X-Ray Technician

Your personal motto / words to live by
Life is short; buy the ticket, take the trip, and eat the cake.

Favorite quote
"Everyone wants to be the sun and shine in someone's day. But why not be the moon, and light up their darkest hour?"

Person you admire and why
My parents. They are both magnetic to be around, and extremely hard working, intelligent, and loving. It is my goal to emulate my mom's compassion, creativity, and patience, and my dad's warmth, will-power, and leadership.

Why did you decide to audition to be a Chiefs Cheeleader?
I always wanted to cheer in the NFL. The Chiefs Cheerleaders are world-class performers, and Arrowhead is an unparalleled venue in all of sports. Once I made the team, I quickly learned that the Chiefs Cheerleaders are also incredibly humble, intelligent, and kind individuals as well. These women are truly some of the best friends I have ever had.

Best moment as a cheerleader to date
Cheering our game against the Detroit Lions at Wembley Stadium in London as part of the 2015 NFL International Series. Wembley is an Olympic venue and home to countless iconic events throughout history. Spending 8 days in the UK with my team mates was a truly unforgettable experience.

Advice to anyone that wants to audition in the future to be a cheerleader
Don't try to change anything about yourself to fit the mold of what you think an NFL cheerleader is. You will learn quickly that our team is in the business of breaking stereotypes, and we CELEBRATE the differences of each young woman who auditions. Just like any family, our squad is extremely diverse, and we love it that way!

What’s on your bucket list?
To find and marry the love of my life, to travel the world, and to cheer on the Kansas City Chiefs to a win in the Super Bowl.

What is your favorite “Stephanie Judah” saying?
"We come in as team mates, but we leave as family."