You won't hear much of an accent because of the aforementioned time in Ohio and because on my return to the island I went to an American school.
I studied Pre-Med at University of Puerto Rico. I'm not a doctor because that was a terrible choice of major that resulted in grades not good enough for med school. I didn't change to a different major because I was too ignorant, stubborn, and immature.
After college I joined the Peace Corps because I thought it would get me into med school. If you've ever been curious about what this is like, I can tell you all about it.
Then I moved to Texas for some more pre-med stubbornness which resulted in much better grades (I was more mature) but, alas, it became too depressing to continue. However, there was a silver lining because moving to the US expanded my horizons so that I could see more careers besides doctor, lawyer, or engineer! I guess I was hungry to make up for lost time because I worked at a great variety of jobs.
I came to New York because "the grass is always greener..." and have worked at a great variety of jobs here as well.
You may be wondering when I will finally settle down in a career. I'm guessing pretty soon because I'm going through the Johnson O'Connor Research Foundation's set of aptitude tests at the moment (April 2014). This along with the self-knowledge I've gathered from all the jobs I've had should allow me to come up with a list of possible careers that fit my strengths and weaknesses.
I'm actually 5' 6.75", but since everyone claims an extra inch or two it would've been foolish of me not to.
As for my personality, I'm intellectual, analytical, logical, that sort of thing. Essentially, I think a lot and am interested in learning. I defy political correctness and cultural crowd psychology. I take criticism like a champ because I have self-knowledge so I know which is valid, which is B.S., which I can do something about (education, job, neighborhood, etc), and which I can't do anything about (height, personality, age, etc.).