When I meet you in person don't be surprised if one of the first questions I ask you has something to do with your personality. *In case you care, I am an ANTJ (equally an ENTJ/INTJ). Ask me about it sometime.* People and the human brain absolutely fascinate me! I love learning about human behavior, psychology, and theology.
I grew up in Fountain, CO and then went to Harding University in Searcy, AR. I moved to Colorado Springs immediately after graduating because you can't grow up in Colorado and try to move somewhere else...you just can't.
I have a deep love for retreating to solitary mountain locations, skiing, playing racquetball, swimming, singing my heart out while driving, reading, and not catching up on the latest movie trends or sports.
One major life goal of mine is to travel to at least one new country every year. So far I've travelled Greece, Israel, Italy, Turkey, Ethiopia, and London. I'm passionate about justice system reform and I am working towards another goal of presenting a Ted Talk, or something of similar value.
Tucker, and working on her Master’s Degree.
I have the uncanny ability to mess up idioms and combine similar meaning figures of speech. That’s a talent, right?
Someday I Plan To Go To:
Ireland, Australia, Poland, Norway, and on and on….
I wanted to pursue a career that would allow me to be constantly learning and growing and trying new things to get results! Plus, marketing is the cornerstone of business.
Mountain property of Little Turkey Creek Road.
How Do You Spend Your Spare Time?
Reading, investing in people and organizations, hiking
Best Travel Memory:
Getting engaged to my best friend right underneath the Tower Bridge in London!
Being given the opportunity to be one of six selected to present a senior speech to the entire Harding University student body and livestream audience.
Favorite Builder Funnel Moment:
Getting stand up desks. Solid.
There are too many good books to pick a favorite….
Favorite 90’s Song:
I’m old at heart….so my favorite 50’s song is “Ain’t that a Kick in the Head” by Dean Martin