If you could have dinner with one person, alive or dead, who would that be and why?
Mahatma Gandhi. He’s influenced generations. I got the opportunity to read his autobiography at a very early age. The whole philosophy of viewing your life as a series of experiments—taking away the judgment of your own failures and success but rather thinking of everything as an experiment and what did you learn and apply back—has been pretty foundational in shaping some of my thinking.
What two social media do you use on a regular basis?
My source of entertainment usually is YouTube and TikTok.
What's currently on your bedside reading list?
“Brown Girl Dreaming” by Jacqueline Woodson, “The Corporate Hippie” by Kimberly Adams and “The Journey Home: Autobiography of an American Swami” by Radhanath Swam.
What was the last show that you binge-watched?
“Ozark.” There are very extreme reactions about the show. It can be a little slow. But honestly, it's very intense.
At what age do you hope to retire?
For as long as I can remember, I’ve been an advocate of this FIRE movement (Financially Independent, Retire Early). But I really enjoy what I'm doing so much that I can't see a world where I just want to retire and not keep doing what I'm doing. So I know I'm not going to work forever. But I don't see myself retiring before my 60s, and even if I do, I think I'll keep working in some form.