Currently I am serving a tour in China as a non-career consular office in the U.S. Foreign Service. The work is fascinating, and I enjoy interacting with the locals in an official capacity. When I finish this summer, I look forward to being more involved in the Mormon/religious LGBT community.
I’m a junior at Brigham Young University, majoring in Art History and minoring in Nonprofit Management. I’m on track to graduate a year from now, in Spring 2015, and I’m going to graduate school after.
I am a registered nurse. I have worked with pediatric oncology patients at Children’s Hospital Oakland for the past 31 years. I love my job. I am also in the Primary presidency in my ward. The well being of children is a huge passion for me. I love musical theatre, good food and great conversation.
I work for American Express. I work in customer service and financial education. I have too many interests to list 🙂 Top of the list is skiing! I’d ski all day everyday if I could. Close behind is playing the piano. I lose myself in the music, and as a side effect… I tend to lose a few hours too.
I do visual effects for films, freelance video editing, and firmly believe that God loves, accepts us, and that there is so much goodness and love within Mormonism.
http://youtu.be/1pNQDe4o0gU “He loves us just the way that he created us. Everything will be made right in the end—one way or another.”
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