My personality type is ENFJ which is not typical for engineers. It would explain my preference for teaching over research. I love helping people and listening. I am a talker, and as a New Yorker, it can be hard to keep up.
I lived 18 years on Long Island until I voted myself off. After a 4 year stint in scenic Delaware where I got my bachelors and discovered what Meatloaf meant by, "that," I moved Westward. Like all great pioneers of yore, I came upon the Midwest and decided to bury myself deep in a laboratory. Well after 4 years, I'm ready to graduate and move back to the coast, hopefully for the semiconductor industry. Hopefully next year will be my time!
I'm much more than an engineer. That's just a proper title. I'm a musician, a chef, a baker, a brewer, and a swing-dancer. I love learning new skills, be it an instrument, a language, or cooking a new dish. The world is just full of new things to try. My saying is, "I'll try anything twice," and my favorite Dr. Seuss book is Green Eggs and Ham. In short, I'm open minded to almost anything. I love exploring new towns even though it takes me out of my comfort zone - I still feel like there's so much more to see around here.
My dreams are to become Dr. Brew, open a brewery, play guitar in a band, and do stand-up comedy on the side. My sense of humor is like a combination of Louis C.K., Doug Stanhope, and Maria Bamford.