To quote Henry James on our authoress: “Her ideas of enjoyment were very simple; she enjoyed putting on her new hat, with its redundancy of feather, and twenty cents appeared to her a very large sum.”
This economist turned art historian is your quintessential over-educated and underpaid recent grad school graduate. Born and raised in a suburb of Manhattan, she leads a life that balances her country-gal ways with her big-city personality. She enjoys weekends of hiking and kayaking excursions followed by lazy afternoons on her porch as much as she enjoys exploring the fast-paced Avenues and Cross Streets of her beloved New York City. On any given day, you can find her in two or more of the following places: in a museum, in a park, on a river, at the fencing club, at the gym or in the library.