Where are you originally from?  Beacon Falls, CT

What brought you to the Roaring Fork Valley and how long have you been here? I’ve been here for 5 years. I came out to the Roaring Fork Valley immediately after finishing up undergrad to work for the Glenwood Adventure Company.

What was your most interesting or unusual job? I worked for my uncle’s auto and marine upholstery shop for one summer — I had no idea what I was doing.

Why did you apply to be in RFL? I applied to RFL to have a greater impact and involvement in our local community.

What is your definition of success? Sometimes I can be a data-driven person, so my definitions of success often link to numbers. But, more broadly I think if I can help one person save energy and cut carbon, I consider that a success.

What are you most proud of in the last year? In the last year, I adopted a cute dog named Huckleberry. So far, it’s been a fun and rewarding challenge.

What do regret not doing in the last year? I actually don’t have any large regrets from the last year.

What’s something you want to do in the next year that you’ve never done before? I can’t think of anything right now!

Anything you would like to share so far about your RFL experience? It’s been a great experience so far, and I am really excited to get to work on the civic project.

What’s the best advice you ever heard? As cheesy as it sounds: do what you love, love what you do.