I moved to San Francisco from Chicago with no intentions of staying put. Several years and many amazing memories later, the thought of leaving the Bay Area and enduring a Midwestern winter gives me the chills. I graduated from Indiana University and can revert to an obnoxious basketball fan during big games.
I have been focused on my career up to this point but am in the process of perfecting the elusive work-life balance. I am lucky enough to love my job and work in a field where I partner with and invest alongside both emerging companies and ambitious entrepreneurs.
The Bay is just a few blocks away and I can't get enough of the scenery. There is something unique about this city which makes it easy to stay active and explore when the fog decides to cooperate. I live in the Marina because: (a) convenience was my top priority when I moved here, (b) it is truly an amazing neighborhood, and (c) rent control is hard to give up.
San Francisco has so many incredible restaurants and I am working on rounding out the palette by trying the find the best the City has to offer. I've had so many great nights in the city and am looking for someone that has her own passions and interests, values family and friends, has the poise and confidence to work a room, is driven yet humble, and most importantly doesn't take herself or life to seriously.