I recently completed a master's in International Relations at GW. I
live in Logan Circle and love traveling, bike riding, swimming,
theater (local and Broadway), movies, going out to the bars, and
hanging out with friends, among other stuff. If you want to know
more, message me.
I am idealistic, open-minded, and imaginative
What I’m doing with my life
I work for an NGO that does development work in Africa - education,
nutrition, HIV prevention, all that good stuff.
I’m really good at
Swimming laps underwater, learning languages, reading people's
moods, picking the right moment to break up an awkward situation
with humor, constructing intricate imaginary worlds in my head,
making hummus, and logistics for getting seats in a movie theater.
There are probably a few others that I can't think of right now, or
don't want to mention in polite company.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Snow Crash, A Brief History of Time, Flatland, The Amazing
Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, Harry Potter, and almost anything
by Neil Gaiman, David Sedaris, Christopher Moore, Dan Savage, or
Movies: Shortbus, Muriel's Wedding, Harold & Maude, Wallace
& Gromit, (and really anything by Nick Park), MicroCosmos, Y Tu
Mama Tambien, Clueless, The Princess Bride, Polyester, Go!, A Fish
TV: Simpsons, Weeds, Workaholics, 30 Rock, Robot Chicken, The Daily
Food: Thai, Chinese, Italian, seafood, burgers, sushi...
The six things I could never do without
Sleep (I have great dreams)
Wikipedia (I'll admit it)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Superheroes, sex, anything that struck me as funny recently, food,
and my childhood.
On a typical Friday night I am
Most often, lounging around my condo with Netflix and Chinese food,
or occasionally out drinking with my friends, depending on
circumstances and my energy level.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a somewhat oddly-shaped toe on my right foot. Also that I
don't admit very private things easily in a public forum.