For as long as I can remember, I’ve been told I have the “gift of gab.” When I was 10 years old, my dad said something that I remember to this day: “You're either going to be a politician or a disc jockey, because you don't stop talking, and I never know if you’re spinning the truth to make it funny or not.” Well, needless to say, I did not go the route of the politician. I did, however, develop a passion for performing behind a microphone. When I was a junior in high school, I started my broadcast career on WLHE, a local cable radio station in my hometown of Woburn, MA. I was instantly hooked and knew that behind the mic is where I needed to be. In the years to follow, I found the same passion behind the mic, emceeing live events, singing in bands, doing stand-up comedy, hosting karaoke, and of course, continuing to work in radio. With a passion for radio and a love of entertaining, I landed my dream gig hosting a classic rock morning show. The best thing about doing a morning radio show was that I was always home when my daughter got home from school. I was also able to be a Rockin' Cheer Mom (yes, I said Mom) and a Cool Lacrosse Dad! Radio also opened the doors to two of my favorite activities...riding my Harley and drinking margaritas (not at the same time). I was lucky enough to land an endorsement deal with the local Harley dealer and score Jimmy Buffet tickets as a result of my work in radio. After seventeen Buffet shows, countless miles on two wheels, and who knows how many margaritas later, I'm living the dream, riding my Harley, chillin’ like I live in Margaritaville, and performing behind the mic as a voice actor.