What is your favorite part about being a Senior Interviewer/Recruiter at KS&R?
Building relationships with recruits on certain projects. I get a chance to talk to really nice people and get to know a little about them.
If you could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, what would you have a good chance at winning a medal for?
Bargain hunting! I am really good at it. For example, I was eyeing an antique dresser. It was $150 then marked down to $75. I waited for the half-off sale and got it for $37.50!
What would be the most amazing adventure to go on?
I would travel across the United States and beyond. I would not stay in 5-star hotels, but rather hostels, Airbnbs, and bed & breakfasts. I would like the chance to meet the local people, explore their culture and history, and of course, sample the foods!
What would be your first question after waking up from being cryogenically frozen for 100 years?
Is Wegmans still here?
What food have you never eaten but would really like to try?
If I didn't have to worry about having a heart attack, clogging my arteries, or gaining 428 pounds, I would try the deep fried concoctions at the Great New York State Fair. I would probably start with the Defibrillator.
What TV show character would it be the most fun to change places with for a week?
I would love to be one of the guys from the TV show "American Pickers". I would love the chance to travel around the country, meet all these collectors, learn the history of the items, and hopefully come away with a few great bargains.
Who do you feel like you know even though you've never met them?
David Muir from ABC World News. I feel like I have watched him grow up. I saw him on Channel 5 (from back in the day) when he was an intern. I watched him report from Syracuse locations and now he is the anchor of the #1 news program. He always makes a reference to his days here in Syracuse.
What animal would be cutest if scaled down to the size of a cat?
If you built a themed hotel, what would the theme be and what would the rooms look like?
The theme would be Syracuse University sports. Each room would focus on some of the great athletes that have played there -- Jim Brown, Derrick Coleman, etc. Each room would have a background history with pictures of the players.