“Caity is a total professional.  She has shown her talents from the beginning of our time together working on “Hockey Unfiltered” to book unique and top level guests, suggesting show topics and ideas. 

With her, Caity brings a genuine enthusiasm to everything she does and always has a positive attitude.  Demonstrating her consistent high level of achievement has also resulted in my offering her new opportunities within my personal company, TL Sports & Entertainment, which she has eagerly accepted and shown the same superior performance.”

– Todd Lewis, host of Hockey Unfiltered on Sirius/XM and Primetime Radio

“When Caity began working as a freelance writer/producer for WGCU during fall 2010, I was futher wowed by her enthusiasm and can-do attitude. I also noticed she carried herself with an impressive level of professionalism and maturity for a young woman who had not yet fully entered the working world.

Caity has both the innate curiosity and quick wit that give her a competitive edge on other journalists. She also has an exceptional ability to deliver a solid script with a strong narrative storyline on or before deadline.

Caity is willing to take risks. Although not required, she took the initiative to voice her own narration and be on-camera for stand-ups in her features…. Rarely do you find a professional who has such vurve, intellect and speed.”

– Barbara Linstrom, Executive Producer, WGCU Public Media

“I’ve known Caity since she was a freshman at Florida Gulf Coast University and have watched her grow into a mature journalist with entrepreneurial skills that are rare among journalists her age. The number of projects she has on her plate is incredible… As busy as she is, she never says no. And she delivers on time, making it all look easy.”

– Lyn Millner, Professor of Journalism, Florida Gulf Coast University

Caity was well organized and detail oriented in her approach to [The St. Matthew’s House Times]…. she has a bright future ahead of her in the professional world.”

  – Vann Ellison, President and CEO, St. Matthew’s House

(full letters available upon request)

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