Her Linkedin page says she is a Multimedia Journalist at KPRC-TV which usually means "one man band" or "backpack journalist."
She came from WALB, the NBC and ABC affiliate for Southwestern Georgia which is licensed to the city of Albany. That's a Raycom Media Station for those keeping score.
According to her bio, Caserta fell in love with television news as a high school student while reporting for the daily announcements.
That led her to the University of Florida where she did it all at WUFT-TV. During the summers, she interned at WTVJ in Miami and WCJB in Gainesville, Florida.
She graduated from the university in April of 2011 with a Telecommunication News degree and a minor in business.
Her demo reel is embedded below.
Speaking of KPRC, over the weekend I wrote how former channel 2 reporter Mariza Reyes left Houston TV and landed in San Antonio under the new name of Mariza Mendoza.