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Media Co. / Editorial / Sales
Consulting, Discovering New Food, Discovering New Wines, Locavore, Making Friends, Networking, New Locations
Dream. Create. Eat.
After working my way through a college journalism program, as a bartender and bar manager, I moved to Washington, D.C. to work as a political reporter.
But.... it just didn't quite fit.
It was after coming home to Silicon Valley that I discovered my love & passion lie for the food & beverage industry will never leave me.
Currently I'm translating my passion for food, my passion for social media, my quest for the perfect cocktail and my love of the written word into an amazing career at a food-based Silicon Valley startup.
Years in the Industry
10 years and counting...
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Welcome and thanks for recently joining FohBoh! This is an awesome place to share your experience as well as gain valuable knowledge from others in the industry. There are some real characters lurking in here and a few geniuses as well (I’m somewhere in between). I look forward to your posts and bringing your unique strengths to the table. Have fun and just ask if you need anything.
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