Administrative Assistant – Santa Clara
An Administrative Ninja by day and a Food Blogger and Beauty Connoisseur by night, Amy dabbles in a little of everything and always try to keep her schedule full with activities.
When she’s not spending her mornings juggling the day-to-day activities in the office, she’s hanging out with her friends and trying out the latest food fad to write about for her local food blog. Cronuts and Ramen Burger anyone?
Amy graduated from the University of California, Davis with a double degree major in Psychology and Communication, but found that her passion has always been in writing. A huge bookworm, she spent most of her weekends as a child in the library surrounded by novels, which eventually sparked her interest in writing.
Fantasy Title Role: Hogwarts Alumni (Nothing will convince me that my acceptance letter did not get lost in the mail) & The Doctor’s Companion (I work out in preparation for the day when the TARDIS appears).
Best Book Ever: The Harry Potter Series by J. K. Rowling. I grew up with Harry, Ron and Hermione. They are an undeniable part of my childhood.
One of My Favorite Quotes: “The way I see it, every life is a pile of good things and bad things. The good things don’t always soften the bad things, but vice versa, the bad things don’t always spoil the good things and make them unimportant.” – The Doctor
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