Me in 1 minute:
I am a student at Holberton School in San Francisco, California. I am a volunteer at Hack the Hood. I am a graduate of Udacity's Intro to Programming Nanodegree. I taught ICT classes at Green Shoots International School.
I am the Editor in Chief at thethirsty.net: writing about life in Southeast Asia and Southeast Asians. I recently helped raise $20,000 for Wetlands Work! My professional blog is Meat and Machines.
I study Vietnamese and Khmer by creating visual mnemonics using my Instagram as the channel. I created www.hellafastkhmer.com [now defunct].
I am an ambassador for travelingspoon.com.
I ran private HIIT and basketball classes and love CrossFit (started at CrossFit Amatak).
I am an ESFJ.
I work part-time as a fishmonger / butcher apprentice.
One of my favorite essays is Friendship by Raymond Carver.
I am an American from Berkeley, California. I graduated from UC Berkeley.
I was the Academic Coordinator for Schools Link, a 20,000 student ESL program in Hanoi, Vietnam.
I lived in Vietnam from 2006-2016 (10 years) and Cambodia for 5 months (2015). I am back living in Berkeley, California (Bay Area native).
My favorite quote of all time:
“For the first thirty years of your life, you make your habits. For the last thirty years of your life, your habits make you.” - Old Hindu proverb