Caroline Boudreaux

Interviewed by Christina Winbigler, March 22, 2012
"Putting that starving baby on that wooden bed, I thought, 'Somebody better help these kids!' And that was the minute I created the Miracle Foundation."
Caroline Boudreaux

Introductory Profile: About Caroline Boudreaux

My Interviewee's name is Caroline Boudreaux. Ms. Boudreaux was a normal everyday person before she came up with the idea of the Miracle Foundation. She now works at her full effort to help orphans in India get proper care, water, food, and surroundings. She never knew much about orphans in India until she went on a trip around the world that changed her life.

Ms. Boudreaux is tall and light-skinned, with wavy dark brown hair. She has a nice, charming personality. Making a change has been very important to her, and many others, for a long time. She made me smile and think when we talked.

Ms. Boudreaux was born and raised in Lake Charles, Louisiana. She went to a local university and earned her B.S. in Psychology. Before the Miracle Foundation, she had a successful career in media advertising. And after many awards over the years due to her foundation, Ms. Boudreaux attended Harvard University by scholarship in March 2011.

The mood of the interview was a bit unsettling to me at first, It was my first interview. But when I realized that she was very professional, encouraging, and kind, I knew I had nothing to worry about. Her voice was very calm, which was helpful to me because she knew that it was my first interview. She never once said any rude remarks to me or anyone and was very pleasant to be around.

After the interview, I thought of what I was going to do with my life. I started asking myself if I wanted to make a change or sit around and work for the rest of my life. But I still have a lifetime to answer that question.