4. How has CapeSpace improved your work life?
The mood and décor at Capespace are very soothing. People feel relaxed from the minute they walk in the door. I love coming to work in such beautiful surroundings which, in my opinion, capture the spirit and essence of Cape Cod. Having my office at Capespace also keeps the overhead low because I only have to pay for what I use. If I had to rent an office, furnish it and staff it, I would need to charge a lot more for my services. This way I am able to pass the savings on to my clients.
5. What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
In the winter I enjoy clamming and oystering, cooking and entertaining. In the summer you can find me out on Crowe’s Pasture or Sandy Neck in my bright yellow Jeep (with the license plate “TAIYO” which is Japanese for sun and ocean) with family, friends and my two crazy dogs.
6. What is your favorite place on Cape Cod?
The estuaries behind South Cape Beach near Waquoit Bay. Kayaking, paddle boarding and clamming there is my idea of heaven.
7. If you could invite any three people living or dead to a dinner party who would they be and why?
My maternal grandfather, Barack Obama, and John Lennon. All three have/had a similar outlook on life, politics and spirituality. All three made the world a better place because they were in it, as I hope to do too. All three understood that there is no higher purpose than to help someone in need.
8. What is your superpower?
I make things happen for people. My family, friends and clients all know that if they ask me to do something, I get it done.