I am a recent graduate of Boston University thrilled to be working my first real job (in this case, “real” means I never have to use a mop). I have previously appeared as a lifeguard, a mailroom lackey, a part-time nanny, and a fudge chef, but the real reason I'm here today is because someone once told me I could write and I believed them. As a writer and publisher for BU’s online magazine, I wrote about politics and current events and wrote two series: Foxy Congressperson of the Week, which is exactly what it sounds like, and An American in Paris, detailing my misadventures abroad.
Growing up in Southeastern Michigan means that love of cars is practically a birthright, and one I’ve always been proud of. I still drive my first car, a beloved orange Chevy HHR that has been through the war and keeps on chugging. After three years on the East Coast, I’m happy to be back in a place where the speed limit is treated more as a guideline than a rule.
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