Check out what some of my friends do! You can find links to their sites below.  If you would like help getting in touch with one of my friends, send me a message in the Contact section of my site.

Allen Dart: Al is Southwest Native American Archaeology expert (and also my Dad!). He works for the U.S. National Resource Conservation Services and also runs a non-profit called Old Pueblo Archaeology which teaches about Native American culture and history.

Celia Ampel: This talented speller has been trying to teach me the meaning of sarcasm since the 3rd grade. If you want to know what’s being litigated in South Florida, USA, Ceila is your go-to-girl. She writes for the Miami Herald.

UA Cycling Team: While studying at the University of Arizona from 2010 to 2014, the UA Cycling Team taught me how to compete, helped me develop my teamwork, and made me fall in love with riding bikes more than I ever thought possible. It’s been led by the highly-organized and pretty fast Joey Iuliano for a few years. I hope it stays that way.

Dafné Didier: If you are looking to connect with a food safety expert, knowledgeable about food bio-tech and quality controls regulations in Brazil, Dafné is your guy. He founded the Tacta Food School, located in Fortaleza, CE Brazil.

Julian Secomb: Owner of Turntable Furniture in Tucson, AZ, Julian makes some really amazing custom and small-batch wooden furniture that can be assembled tool-free.