Air Force Officer, Harvard Grad, Gymnast, Stand-Up Comic: These are roles that show what matters most to me - serving my country in the Officer Corps as part of my career path, investing in continual learning w my university, maintaining an active lifestyle starting w physical fitness - & having the right attitude about life. This starts w knowing my own strengths & weaknesses (poking fun at them) & being able to lift anyone's spirits. My family's roots are in France & I maintain that connection. We have a big multi-generation family there & here (resembling 'Family Ties') - everyone helps out. You can tell in a second if some 'decided' to make a daily investment in their friends, their family & community. One activity I enjoy built on this is Air Force leadership development where I am the president of my 822 member officer class and train Dr Stephen Covey's "7 Habits" & "Character Counts" - all key to building a personal relationship, a family & community today. My next step after completing active duty is a management PhD in Leadership Development to build leadership dev programs for the Air Force, Rotary & companies. Bessie Stanley's poem "Success" (end of profile) says it best when it comes to being a 'person of action'. - - I served 2 years on active duty orders in current ops outside the US by flying 'remote piloted' reconnaissance missions, and am now assigned to a London and Washington DC joint assignment. I would value keeping my non-military connections alive by getting to know friends and learning my way around London and DC. I have free travel benefits that come w the Air Force which helps - I don't limit myself when it concerns investing in a quality relationship.