What high school/college did you attend, and what did you study?
Neshaminy High School and Bucks County Community College, Small Business Management.
What is your ultimate goal in life?
To own and operate my own music venue to pass on to all my nieces and nephews to run.
What inspires you to do what you do?
People! I love my family, friends, staff and customers.
What is your most fulfilling experience to date?
Growing, starting and operating three successful small businesses through an economic recession.
What one person, living or dead, would you want to spend a day with and why?
I could not pick just one person; John Roberts, Joel Rosenman, Artie Kornfeld, and Mike Lang, the four young men, oldest 27, who organized the Woodstock Festival, would be my choice to spend a day with because, through their fervor and hard work, were able to create an event that not only would hundreds of thousands of people enjoy, but also that was not done for profit. These men believed in music and I would have like to share in that passion with them at Woodstock.
Tell us something that most people don’t know about you.
I always wanted to be an EMT, I think first responders are amazing dedicated people that show no fear during a crisis while providing an enormous amount of compassion for victims.
If you could change one thing in the world, what would it be?
I want the United States Government to stop cutting the budget of our National Parks. People should be able to enjoy the wealth and beauty of America’s National Parks without the possibility of the politics interfering because of issues unrelated to the National Parks.
Name something from your “Bucket List” that you have not yet accomplished?
I want to travel to Alaska and backpack for a few weeks and attend the Iditarod as a volunteer for dogs and their owners.
Backpacking, hiking and walking with my dogs Moe-Jo, Macie and Manny
If there was a movie made about you, what would the title be, and what movie star would play the role of you?
Work Hard — Play Hard starring Uma Thurman of The Kill Bill series.
Advice for your fellow young up and comers?
Don’t let people tell you that you can’t do something. It’s YOUR dream to follow. Listen to your heart and gut . They will not steer you wrong and will guide you through all the great times and through the hard times.