- Famous Name
- Birth Name Caitlin Kinder Cahow
- Birth Place May 20, 1985, in New Haven
- Famous Name Caitlin Cahow
- Birth Date May 20, 1985
- Father Elton
- Mother Barbara Kinder
- Net Worth $600,000
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Profession Ice Hockey Player
Caitlin Kinder Cahow popular as Caitlin Cahow is a former American ice hockey player who is a member of the United States women's national ice hockey team and also plays for Boston Blades in the Canadian Women's Hockey League. She took retirement in 2013 and now serves as an attorney at Jones Day law firm.
The 2010 Olympic Winter Games silver medalist was born on May 20, 1985, in New Haven, Connecticut, U.S. She attended the Foote School and later completed her graduation from Harvard University in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in social/biological anthropology.
Net Worth and Earnings
Caitlin started his professional career and played in the various leagues for various teams. Having played the professional hockey for 7 years, he reportedly made millions of dollars. She has an estimated net worth of around $600,000 as per 2020.
She also played at the World Hockey Championship four times with the national team where she won three gold medals for her nation. She must have earned $37,500 to $45,576 during that time.
Currently, she serves as an attorney for a popular US law firm through which she earns about $50,000 annually.
Caitlin is a Lesbian by her sexuality. She came out of the closet in an interview with Go! Athletes in November 2013. She is not married yet and is reportedly single currently. Besides, she also advocates on LGBT rights.
Caitlin is the famous Olympic player as well as she is also having a good career as a lawyer, she is 34 years old and still single.
She was born in New Haven, Connecticut but raised in Branford, Connecticut where she started her journey as a professional hockey player. Her family background relates to the medical field where her mother, Barbara Kinder is a professor of surgery at Yale University and her father Elton was a surgeon.
Though Caitlin grew up in the upper-class family, she was not blessed to spend sufficient time with her father Elton who died due to cancer when Caitlin was just 11 years old.
She has one sibling as a brother, Peter Carruthers who is is a former American pair ice skater who is the 1984 Olympic Silver medalists, the 1982 World Bronze medalists, and four-time United States National champions from 1981 to 1984 and currently, he is the television skating analyst.
Biologically she only has one brother, Peter Carruthers but her parents adopted one child when she was between 5 to 8 years old. Her adopted sister's name is Caitlin A knowns as Kitty Carruthers. She is is a former American pair skater. With her brother, Peter, she is the 1984 Olympic Silver medalist, the 1982 World Bronze medalist, and a four-time (1981-1984) United States National champion.
She is married to Brett Conrad in Houston, Texas and they have four children BJ, Kyle, Kayla, and Brooke. She coaches figure skaters in the Houston area and contributes to many different charitable organizations also.
Besides Hockey Career
Caitlin is currently engaged in restructuring and reorganization practice focuses on complex bankruptcy litigation and other bankruptcy-related matters, as well as a broad range of out-of-court insolvency and restructuring-related issues.
Currently, she is working at Jonesday Firm as a Business Lawer and before that she was a Judicial Clerk for the Honorable Timothy A.Barnes in the United States Bankruptcy Court.
She is a versatile personality and besides hockey and courtroom, she has been the board of directors at the inner-city education program between 2007.
- 2006 Olympic Winter Games bronze medalist
- 2010 Olympic Winter Games silver medalist
- A four-time member of the U.S. Women's National Team for the International Ice Hockey Federation World Women's Championship (gold 2008, 2009, 2011 and silver 2007). She played forward for the majority of the tournament and scored twice in the gold-medal game in 2009. Led U.S. defensemen with five points (2–3) and named one of Team USA's top-three players in 2008
- A four-time member of the U.S. Women's Select Team for the Four Nations Cup (1st-2008, 2nd-2005-07)
- Member of the U.S. Women's National Team in 2005–06 (Hilton Family Skate to 2006 Tour) and the U.S. Women's Select Team in 2008–09
- Served as captain of the U.S. Women's Under-22 Select Team for the 2006 Under-22 Series against Canada
- Five-time USA Hockey Women's National Festival participant (2005–09).