What is your favorite part about being a Data Collection Manager at KS&R?
The ability to truly work with everyone across the company and not just certain teams or job titles. I've learned new perspectives on how to approach certain projects and situations, and that's because of the different expertise across the many industries in which we do work.
What would be the most amazing adventure to go on?
I would love to go to Scotland & Ireland for an extended period of time and play as many different golf courses as possible while I was there. There are many that are very historic that would be a joy to play.
If you had unlimited funds to build a house that you would live in for the rest of your life, what would the finished house be like?
It would be overlooking the ocean and lead out to a pool. Massive ceilings inside, lots of bedrooms, and very open, so it could be great for family and friends to visit.
What would people be surprised to learn about you?
That I'm legally blind in my right eye. When I was in 3rd grade, I got hit with the tip of a football right in the middle of my eye, which tore my retina causing me to lose central vision in that eye. My left eye has been my dominant eye since then, and as long as I have both eyes open, I can see just fine.
What would we find in your refrigerator right now?
It's pretty boring in there… normal things like chicken or beef/steak to be able to grill up, water, milk, eggs, fruits, veggies, cheese, lunch meat. We always have to have an ample supply of Capri Sun Roarin' Waters juice bags for all the kids… they go so fast!
What's the best / worst practical joke that you've played on someone or that was played on you?
In high school, me and my buddies filled another buddy's car full of popped popcorn. It was a very long cleanup that we all had to endure, to say the least.
What was cool when you were young, but isn't cool now?
When I was young, having call waiting on your home phone line put you in the "cool" category with your friends. Now, of course, everyone has it on whatever phone they own, and a lot of people don't even have home phone lines anymore.