I grew up in Los Angeles and studied finance at Arizona State (Go Sun Devils). Post college I moved to Atlanta to begin work with one of the big 4 accounting firms. After five "exciting" years working as an auditor I was fortunate to be handed my severance package. Not in any rush to go back to the accounting profession, I went backpacking in Israel eventually staying for four years. In Israel I learned Hebrew, spent a year in the IDF, and made hundreds of friends. After the recession hit Israel, I made the decision to move to NYC in 2009. I've been in sales for five years now and truly love what I do. I work for a great company with great people. Some people ask if it was worth switching careers and living abroad and my response is "I feel sorry for those who don't take risks to find who they are and what they want to do!".
Big Jets fan. If you're a fan of Gang Green and down for tailgating at MET Life, major bonus points. I follow all the former ASU Wrestlers in the UFC, and root for Phil in golf.
Avid movie goer! The kid in me still gets excited when going to the movies and paying $10 for a large Diet Pepsi (Or Diet Coke) and gobbling away on popcorn with extra butter! Oh, and still love the rush of smuggling in frozen Butterfingers in that I bought at the local supermarket :)
My favorite part of NYC is the East Village. I love comedy and go to various comedy clubs when my favorites are performing. IMO, laughter is the best remedy!
If you're up for finding the best slice of pizza or the best middle eastern cuisine in NYC hit me up...