Caroline Pattillo ('05) Returns Home to Whitefield
Categories: General, Alumni
Posted: 12/7/2016

Caroline (far left) with the WolfPack varsity girls cross-country team
Caroline Pattillo ('05) graduated from Whitefield in 2005 and returned in 2016 as advancement office manager. She graduated from the University of Georgia and gained management experience while working at West Stride Running Store and as a neurodevelopmental teacher at Jacob’s Ladder, a school for students with special needs.

Caroline started her career at Whitefield as a student in the original UFO building.

“Whitefield gave me a firm foundation spiritually, academically, and emotionally and has shaped me into the woman I am today,” she said. “I am so grateful to all of the teachers who invested in me. I have always wanted to work for a Christian organization and am excited to be able to now give back to the Whitefield family.”

When Caroline is not running the advancement office, you can find her running the track or cross-country trails. Since coming back to Whitefield, she has supported the efforts of the cross-country team and brings her years of expertise to the runners. She is an accomplished marathon runner and Ironman tri-athlete, most recently running the Silver Comet Marathon. To get her going in the morning hours, she swims most days at Westminster with Masters Swim Team, a nationwide organization.

Caroline worships at Mt. Paran Church of God. She owns her own home in Smyrna, and Lilly and Brooks, her two dogs, keep her company.