Sister Sister

January 14 2016

We are two sisters originally from Boston, living in New York and New Orleans.

Sister1 has been on the listserv for over a year, always wondering what she'd write if she won. Sister2 joins the listserv for less than a month and then wins (!), so of course it was only natural that she share her opportunity with her big sister.

Sister2 is into health and fitness (Capoeira!!) and would love to hear your recommendations for Registered Dietitian programs across the US .

Sister1 is a Product Manager with a data background in NYC. She was the 6th employee in a data & analytics SaaS startup that's grown to 70+. Recently engaged to the love of her life, she has to find a job in less than 2 months in the Denver / Boulder, Colorado area.

If you have any leads for someone with a get sh*t done attitude, please send them her way!

We both are members of the Baha'i Faith, a world Religion with unity, service, and the oneness of mankind as its central themes. If you’ve never heard of it, you should check it out, even if you aren’t particularly religious.

A few quotes from its prophet founder, Baha’u’llah

"Let your vision be world embracing, rather than confined to your own selves"

"Rejoice not in the things ye possess; tonight they are yours, tomorrow others will possess them"

"Regard man as a mine rich in gems of inestimable value. Education can, alone, cause it to reveal its treasures, and enable mankind to benefit therefrom"

If you live in New York and are looking for service/volunteer opportunities but don’t want to commit long term, check out NEW YORK CARES. They make it simple stupid and you can pick as many or as few projects as you want.

We both are HUGE bibliophiles as well with very different tastes, so any and all recommendations for books are welcome.

Food recommendations in Louisiana, New York, or Colorado are also very welcome, because, who doesn’t like to eat!

Shout out to @mhdempsey for putting us on to listserv

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New Orleans, LA

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