Caroline joined the KLFY news team in September 2011 as a weekday reporter for the Eyewitness News.
A native to Pensacola Beach, Florida, Caroline left the Emerald Coast to study at Loyola University New Orleans in 2006, the year after Hurricane Katrina. Witnessing the city struggle after incredible devastation helped shaped Caroline's view of journalism and how important the media's role can be in people's lives.
In early childhood, Caroline fell in love with television. She anchored her elementary and middle school's TV shows. In high school, Caroline caught the acting bug and studied at Duke University and North Carolina School of the Arts on her summer breaks from school. In college, she wrote for Loyola's newspaper The Maroon and became the Arts and Culture editor for the campus magazine, The Wolf.
After graduating from Loyola with a journalism degree, she got her start in broadcast as a news desk assistant at WWL-TV in New Orleans. Overtime, she became an associate producer of WWL's Eyewitness Morning News show with Sally Ann Roberts and Eric Paulsen. Caroline credits her WWL family for teaching her the ropes.
In her spare time, Caroline enjoys long walks on the beach and candle lit dinners discussing foreign films. She's a diehard animal lover and regularly volunteers for the SPCA and Humane Society. Caroline's thrilled to join the KLFY news team and wants to get to know the community. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org