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Beyond The Sidelines: Chantelle

Redskins.com recently caught up with veteran First Lady Chantelle, who outside of cheering works in insurance and loves spending time with her family.


Redskins.com: What is your career outside of cheering for the Redskins?

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Chantelle:** "I work for the best insurance company ever!  There I am an Associate Agent, where we help people recover from the unexpected and realize their dreams thru insurance and financial service needs. I am also easing back into my other career as mobile massage therapist, and I service clients right now in the Washington, D.C., area." 

Redskins.com: How do you balance your career and family, being a Washington Redskins Cheerleader and free time?

Chantelle:"I am the biggest organizer ever. To balance kids, a husband, extended family and three jobs is interesting.  So everything -- and I mean everything -- goes on the calendar in my iPhone, and I plan accordingly for it all and sometimes weeks in advance. Squeezing in free time with family and friends can be tough at times, but since they are important it's something you just have to make time for. When I'm not at FedExField, I'm doing something with my family. I may not get much sleep but this is all a once in a lifetime experience and I wouldn't trade it for a thing."             

Redskins.com: What has been your proudest moment in life so far?

Chantelle:"Cliché as it may be right now, I would say my proudest moment is raising intelligent, likeable, respectable kids in this world. It's the toughest job you'll ever love. Let me tell you, I have learned more from them than anyone or anything else all while maintaining a career and doing what I love to do!"

Redskins.com: What is the most daring thing you've ever done?

Chantelle:"I'm pretty boring! I would love to be more daring but so far the most daring has been traveling and performing in a combat zone. I had the opportunity to do that this fall when I traveled overseas to participate in our 50th Military Appreciation Tour with nine of my teammates."

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