I have lived in Cheshire for 28 years with my husband, Sam Dunlop, and my children, Will and Alicia. My working career has included banking, teaching and tutoring high school English, and micro-stints at non-profits in the Cheshire area. I have recently done much volunteer work, especially at St. Peter's Church, and also at the prison via Threshholds and at Distressed Children and Infants International (DCI) all of which are in Cheshire.
I graduated from Yale University with a degree in English. I love working with images and have created numerous posters and ads for St. Peter's.
I was born in Havana, Cuba, and I am fluent in Spanish. I translate and also interpret between English and Spanish.
My favorite authors are Shakespeare, Dostoyevsky, and Gabriel García Marquez. My favorite films are "La Strada" by Federico Fellini and "Some Like It Hot" by Billy Wilder.