What is your highest level of education?
Bachelor of Arts (2018)

What did you study?

What educational institutions did you attend/graduate from?
St. John’s University (Go Red Storm!)

How long have you been in your current position?
Four months

What’s a typical day like for you?
Putting out administrative fires and setting timers for break/lunchtime micro-naps.

What was your career path to get where you are today?
Like a local bus route – winding with a lot of stops along the way, but it got me where I needed to go. 😊

How do you think your colleagues would describe you?

What’s your biggest accomplishment?
First in my immediate family to go to + graduate college

What did you want to be when you grew up?
Professional dessert taster!

What’s your favorite thing to do on your day off?
Crochet, Coffee, and Comfort TV

Do you have children? If so, how old are they?
Nope 😊

Do you have any pets? If so, what kind?
Yes! My partner and I have two weird orange cats (Leland, 10, and Eddie, 3). Eddie is like a real cat, and Leland is like a cat drawn by a medieval artist who has only heard tell of such a beast but has never seen one himself.

Who is someone you admire and why?
I have a big history crush on Joan of Arc for her steadfastness and commitment.

Name 3 words to describe you:
Short, Sensitive, and Smiley!

Do you have any skills or talent that most people don’t know about?
I once received the highest score of the day in a Slam Poetry competition, and I’m trained in shade-matching makeup.

What’s your favorite quote?
“Do I contradict myself? Very well, then I contradict myself, (I am large, I contain multitudes.)” Walt Whitman

What is your favorite vacation spot?
Montreal! Je parle un petit peu de français et j’adore spécialement me promener dans Vieux-Montreal en hiver.

What is your obsession? For example, Golf, Bridge or riding a bike.
One could say my life has been a series of hobby-related obsessions. Currently nothing compares to crochet!

What is your favorite food?
I think the technical answer would be “Anything you can put on top of rice,” but we’ll go with “rice” since it seems to be the common denominator.