As far as education, I just finished at UW(isconsin) with a double major in finance and entrepreneurship, plus a certificate in Middle Eastern studies. I'm working as an analyst for an investment bank but trying to use it as a platform to springboard into philanthropy work.
For those who are about to ask, that is my family's dog, not mine. I am planning to get one as soon as I move out of the city though. Bernese Mountain Dogs and Golden Retrievers are my favorites, but Utonagans are pretty close.
Overall, I'm trying to broaden my horizons, and NY seems lIke a good place for that. I want to try a lot of things and really get my feet wet. I think having a routine just gets so dull and boring. So if you're game to try new things (like hang gliding, blowing glass, or even just cooking something different), you'll have my attention, especially if you're outdoorsy. I've also been planning a couple of adventure trips lately too. Bring on the Himalayas.
Movies? If it was made with film, that's a good start.
Shows are more what I'll go for, and right now I'm on a drama kick. Vikings, Better Call Saul, Jessica Jones, Daredevil, House of Cards, Hell on Wheels, and finally tried game of thrones. Also love a good comedy. Bob's Burgers is by far the best right now.
Music? I haven't updated my music library since the age of 14 so clearly I had great taste.
Food: anything and everything. But Iranian and Mexican are my top two. Italian and Ethiopian are next up after.
Sour patch kids
-How much I can spend on food vs drinks and not go broke in this city
-The best way to flag down ice cream trucks
-Immediately after that, deciding how many spongebob ice cream heads is too many