I'm currently working on my baccalaureate at URI. I have been interning with a major robotics firm, am the CFO of a million-dollar 501(c)3, Treasurer of my fraternity, and building manager at Hillel. I slide between seemingly unenthusiastic and high strung depending on the situation. I highly value effective interpersonal communications. My pastimes are sailing, skiing, and model railroading. I also enjoy Dr. Who, Rocky Horror, Repo!, rock and electronic music, and all things nautical.
I appreciate upfrontness and honesty. I have my share of insecurities. I like being around people, but am not particularly sociable. I have a tough time being enthusiastic about things that I'm not enthusiastic about, which I feel makes my enthusiasm forced. I hate being the one who keeps the friendship going, but I still do it. Sometimes I am hurtful or offensive but almost always out of carelessness. I am strangely observant about some things and terribly oblivious to others. I end up wearing my heart on my sleeve. I try to do the right thing, which usually brings me down the harder, more stressful path. I have a strong sense of duty and answer the call when it comes in. I know where my life is going, mostly. However, my long term direction and what I think would make me happy are becoming increasingly divergent. That said, I have only a vague idea of what will make me happy long term.