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Audit during the day, music in the afternoon, and trying new brews
in the evening. Sounds like a pretty awesome day, right?
I find business to be pretty damn fascinating, so having an audit
career that involves absorbing everything there is to know about a
business within a matter of a few weeks provides that great balance
of fun and challenge. I also work with a local high school marching
band, and it's by far the best thing ever. When not working with
the band or at work, I love to spend my time simply relaxing with
friends, working on my house, biking, and going to local ska shows.
Seeing bands like the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Reel Big Fish, and
Streetlight Manifesto are always a blast.
I also hold a great love for my alma mater and try to visit the
school every chance I get. Watching the UConn Women's Basketball
team dismantle whatever competition the rest of the country can
muster up is far more entertaining than most men's ball, college or
pro, in my opinion. I do love our men's bball and football teams
too, even if they give me heart palpitations with every narrow win
or crushing upset.
What I’m doing with my life
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I currently work in internal audit for a large insurance company
and love it. I really enjoy working in audit because the job
requires constant learning and pushing yourself.
I jump at any chance to include more music into my life,
volunteering part time at a local high school with their band
program and playing with a community band in Simsbury. And though I
enjoy talking business, I'm far happier to talk music or band, so
drop me a message about how you get chills each time you hear a DCI
horn section rip rifts up and down an octave, or simply why your
favorite music brings a smile to your face.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Rambling on about music and economics. Those go hand in hand,
The first things people usually notice about me
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A sunny disposition and passion for music
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Music - "Music is life. Live a good one. Listen to Ska." Few things
make me happier than a walking bass and a bright hornline. Be it
the original tunes from 1950s Jamaica, or 1990s California, or the
influx of folk and indie bands of today, I love anything that's
actually got something musical going on. And being the band kid
that I am, I certainly love my Copland, Holst, and Holsinger to
name a few.
Food - Food is a close second to music as a top joy in life. Few
things are better than a medium-rare steak or a stir-fry packed
full of fruits and vegetables, or of course trying a new spot. I
especially love trying new beers. I'm no fan of watered down cheap
stuff, but love trying new beers from breweries I've never seen. I
always love going on brewery tours and trying local brewery's brew
right at the source.
Shows - After getting my DVR, I found a newfound love for a variety
of shows. You have your normal primetime viewing like How I Met
Your Mother and Game of Thrones, but I also love the History and
Discovery Channels, especially Mythbusters and Cosmos, both old and
new. I hate going a day without getting my daily dose of Jon
Stewart too. And, of course, I love watching my UConn sports, in
addition to my pro teams, the Patriots, Celtics, Bruins, and Red
Sox, (I might have a thing for Boston).
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Delicious, delicious food and drink
Autumn (crisp air, fall festivals, band rehearsals/competitions,
and football - what more could you want?)
Sunny days - need that vitamin D
My DVR (not sure how I used to functioned without it)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
What my next project will be on my house, or what plans to make for
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Maybe a chill night in to rest up from the week before the
weekend's festivities. Maybe getting together with a few friends
for some games over food and drinks. Nothing too fancy, but both
nice ways to wrap up the week.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I wasn't aware there were other radio stations besides the oldies
station and NPR until I was 12. Seeing as I was raised on oldies,
my brother's various Broadway soundtracks, and whatever piece of
band music my other brother was practicing, I guess it's no wonder
my musical tastes are what they are.
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A nerd is someone who is passionate and knowledgeable about
something that the majority of people are not. I'm a nerd about
business, band, and beer. So what do you nerd out over? I'd love to
hear about it.
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