What is your favorite part about being a Project Manager at KS&R?
I enjoy being involved in all aspects of projects, from the proposal stage through the analysis and presentation of results to clients. It's rewarding to see a project all the way through, from start to finish. I also like the variety in the projects that I manage. I learn something new with each one.
What's your favorite piece of clothing you own / owned?
My running sneakers. I get a new pair every few months because I put a lot of miles on them, but I've stayed loyal to the same brand and style for over a decade.
What hobby would you get into if time and money weren't an issue?
Travel, particularly international travel. I would love to take vacations to exotic places and be able to enjoy them as time permits.
What would people be surprised to learn about you?
I played rugby in college.
What fictional place would you most like to go to?
Central Perk. I love coffee and the show 'Friends'.
What mythical creature do you wish actually existed?
Leprechauns. I'm Irish and think everyone could use a little luck.
If someone narrated your life, who would you want to be the narrator?
Julia Roberts. She's one of my favorite actresses. I love her laugh. Hopefully a narration of my life would get a few laughs.
What was cool when you were young but isn't cool now?
Pagers. I thought they were so cool and ended up buying my own and paying a ridiculous monthly fee for it, even though it was pointless because few people actually paged an 11-year-old. I guess it's the equivalent of kids wanting smartphones these days.
If you could take a month-long road trip, what would be your route?
When I was in my early teens, my family took a road trip to South Dakota. We were gone for a little under 3 weeks and it felt like the longest, but most magical trip. We saw so many cool things. My favorites were Mount Rushmore and the Badlands. I would recreate that road trip and extend it to California.