Caroline’s family pinpoints the start of her music career to the day when, from her car seat, she started singing along to Four Tops’ “Reach Out, I’ll Be There.” At 2 years old, she overcame her limited language skills by loosely interpreting the lyrics — a skill that would one day make her a perfect candidate for the Loosies.
Fast-forward through 14 years of choirs, talent shows, and musicals, to when Caroline joined her first a cappella group, The Octets. Shortly thereafter, she left her sleepy Boston suburb and took her talents to Bowdoin College, where she joined her next a cappella group, Ursus Verses. It wasn’t until the release of the movie “Pitch Perfect,” however, that her family and friends finally began to understand this lifestyle.
After suffering through four Maine winters, Caroline fled to sunny California and now works as a software engineer at Okta. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, vegan cooking, and contemplating cat ownership. She foolishly thought she could leave the world of singing behind in this new chapter of her life, but after realizing her mistake, she found the Loosies, and the rest is history!