Kennedi Coughlin, the youngest child of John and Di Coughlin, has accomplished quite a lot, so far.
Coughlin is an experienced second-generation cheerleader, following in the footsteps of her mother. As a high school varsity cheerleader, she has an unparalleled passion for the sport and her highly competitive nature motivates her to continuously improve herself.
The 16-year-old is a consummate performer, as cheerleading is not her only avenue to perform; she is actively engaged in the school’s performing arts program. As well, Coughlin is dedicated to her academic performance, and her scholastic honors include the induction to the National Junior Honor Society, the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle level students.
Coughlin is passionate about her family and faith, and her philanthropic spirit has driven her to support many charitable and non-profit organizations, including Skate for Hope, a charitable organization dedicated to helping those affected by cancer.
In 2012, Coughlin performed in Olympian Johnny Weir’s “Holiday Dreams on Ice,” at Christopher Morley Park in Roslyn, New York. The show featured aspiring young skaters, with Coughlin as the lead elf.
Her older brother, Cody Coughlin, is a driver in one of NASCAR's top-tier series, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Brother and sister remain as close today as they were growing up, traveling across the country to Cody's races. Coughlin continues to be a supportive, loyal sister, a constant cheerleader for her brother.
Coughlin has a love and passion for animals, and has a special affection for her four dogs, Dottie, Alli, Pumpkin and Rosie.