Cait joined the Results Repeat team with a background in graphic design and marketing and experience working with non-profits. She quickly found a way to user her passion for marketing as an SEO Assistant and understands the benefits of how a great marketing strategy can build a brand and enrich a company’s footprint. In just under a year, she’s become an important part of the SEO team and the entire company, lending a hand with brilliant design when she has a spare moment.
How would you describe yourself in three words?
Funny, Self-Deprecating, Creative
It’s a typical Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m., what are you doing?
Depends on the time of year, in the summer I’m most likely laying out by my pool. In the colder months, I’m curled up on the couch with my dog Carson Lentz (he’s a big Eagles fan) watching Netflix. And then, at least once a month, I’m out taking pictures at an event for the Andrew L. Hicks, Jr. Foundation, a nonprofit I work part time for.
Where is the best place you’ve traveled to and why?
I’d have to say Greece, I went the summer going into college as a last trip through my high school, and we took a cruise around the islands. It was a lot of fun and everything was so beautiful, but we crammed a lot of locations into 10 days and it was more on the educational side. I hope to go back with less of an itinerary and more laying on the beaches or hiking the mountains.
What characteristic do you most admire in others?
Empathy, I think if we all were just a little more empathetic the world would be a much nicer place, and a close second is being able to laugh at yourself, life’s too short to take everything so seriously.
If you could do another job for just one day, what would it be?
For one day and one day only, Kanye West’s assistant – purely out of curiosity.
What was the last gift you gave someone?
Probably a book for my 2-year-old nephew. We both share a love of books and I get tired of reading the same ones over and over with him so I’m forever ordering him new books on Amazon. Between my mom, my sister, and I the kid’s going to have an amazing library.
If you could give advice to your 13-year-old self, what would you say?
Bangs are never a good idea. Also, don’t stress yourself out so much about school and sports, just do your best and take the time to appreciate things more.
Tell us something that might surprise us about you.
I have a fine arts degree so, in my spare time (which is pretty limited these days) create commissioned paintings for people, I’ve commissioned over 30 different paintings in the last 4 years.
What are three things still left on your bucket list?
Paint a giant mural in a public space, write and illustrate a book, and the last one is a stretch but hike a large portion of the Appalachian trail – my best friend hiked the entire thing from Georgia to Maine last year and I’ve been jealous ever since, but not sure I could actually manage hiking/camping for 5 months straight.
What are you most proud of?
Probably my family, I’m grateful for the person they’ve helped me to become. I have 3 siblings and we’re all 2 years apart in age, but we are all very much our own persons. I attribute that to both my parents and grandparents for always supporting and encouraging all of us to go after whatever we want allowing us to fail and succeed – including when I told them I wanted to study art at Virginia Tech, they never batted an eye or tried to convince me otherwise.