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"Where are you from?"

I was born and raised in California. However, I went to school in Louisiana, and have moved between Texas and Rhode Island for my career. I currently reside in Washington with my lovely wife, near an incredible support system.

I'm an open book

What is your family like?

Though we're fairly spread out across the states, my family and I have a closeness that doesn't need explanation. We somehow know the core of each other no matter what has changed. The family I'm building consists of my wife and our dog.

What has had the biggest impact in your life?

Definitely all the moving. When you have the opportunity to start over somewhere new and even reinvent yourself, you realize which parts of you are steadfast, and which parts you can mold into the person you want to become.

What are your hobbies and interests?

I enjoy reading, traveling, hiking, and cuddling up with my dog and a good Netflix series. I'm described best as an extroverted introvert. In my down time, I like solitude; in my work life, I'm energetic, inquisitive, social, and outgoing.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

I'd like to see myself at book signings! Isn't that the dream?

Bonus Round

What kind of books do you like to read?

I enjoy autobiographies and historical fiction. My favorite books include The Zookeepers Wife, Song of a Captive Bird, and The Secret Wife. I also try to stay up to date with the latest hits in the sales world.

Have you played any sports in your life?

Yes! I played soccer between the ages 5 and 17. I also tried basketball, variations of jazz-- even field hockey-- and was the team captain of my high school track & field women's team.

What are your favorite TV series and Netflix guilty pleasures?

Outside of my scheduled Bravo commitments (definitely my guiltiest pleasure), I'll watch The Walking Dead, Orange is the New Black, and Nurse Jackie. New Girl became my go-to for white noise after falling in love with it.

If you could witness any event, past, present or future, what would it be?

That's a tough one given I love historical documentaries and books - and pretty much anything could be possible with VR - but I'd have to go with landing on the moon. To be there, to take the first steps into unchartered territory would be exhiliarating. That kind of peaceful exploration would be worthwhile to me.

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