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My self-summary
Hello! Moving to Brooklyn from Miami, where I've been for the past 5 years. I grew up in the States, and before Miami, was
based in London for 7 years.

My travels have defined me, and I enjoy spending hours in deep conversation with interesting people swapping tales of travel while watching the world go by.

I'm pretty chilled out about most things and get along with people who are similar, but try to make my life and work as purposeful as possible--life is too short for me to be useless. I do tend to be overambitious with my side projects; outside of work I run a not-for-profit focused on development, and I have a substantial list of other things I would like to try during my career.
What I’m doing with my life
Currently working in analytics for an insurance company, but with a deep love for the international development / microfinance sector.
I’m really good at
I like being a reliable person--someone whom people can count on, get them out of sticky situations, and can turn to for solid advice.

I am either very funny or think I am very funny because my family and friends humor me. Either way, I love humor, and am fascinated by the humor everyday life sends my way. Especially when travelling.

I either cook well or think that I cook well. Either way, I will try to feed you, and you can pretend to enjoy my food.
I will get along with you fantastically if I get to know you well enough to trust your stomach.
The first things people usually notice about me
Gregarious, intelligent, humorous,dancing.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
My favorite book is Midnight's Children. I like all sorts of music, am particularly hooked to early 90s rock, but my favourite band is U2. Liverpool Football Club. On TV, the Wire & the Office (though don't watch a lot). Foods? Tasty. Suffer from an acute addiction to hummus and coffee, and the Economist.
Six things I could never do without
hummus, coffee, Economist magazine, passport, and kickin' tunes. Most importantly, friendship.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
how to take over the world.
On a typical Friday night I am
thinking about taking over the world.

When I get tired of that --good meal with friends, happy hour, movie, yoga, or at home--I try to avoid a "typical" routine.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I don't mean to brag. I don't mean to boast. But I'm intercontinental when I eat French toast.
You should message me if
Someone stunningly intelligent, but not arrogantly so. Active, humorous and down-to-earth. Someone who loves food, and isn't too picky. It's especially important for me to date someone who enjoys travelling and trying to really understand the dynamics of other cultures, and with a broad world view. Someone who approaches life with an open heart and mind. Someone who takes the responsibility of friendship and family very seriously.
The two of us