“Head Women’s Golf Coach, CSUN.”
LPGA Member since:
What does your day look like?
“Up at 5:30 every day – either morning practice at 7am or some meditation before heading to the office. I pepper in a 3-mile run twice a week. I’m a mega-introvert, and love my quiet time.”
Who was your idol growing up?
“Many idols, and in adulthood, likewise many mentors. I’d give the “idol” distinction to JFK, though I’m quite politically neutral. His book “Profiles In Courage” is a bastion of political ethics; of doing what’s right when it’s not convenient. Some really great anecdotes in that book.”
What are you obsessed with right now?
“My cat, Aretha Franklin. Now and always (duh). And funky belts.”
What do you wish you would have known 10 years ago?
“That you can’t choose a wrong path.”
What was the last time you tried something new?
“Stone crab that Angela brought home. I’m emphatically anti-seafood.”
What books would you say have had the biggest influence in your life?
“Entered UCLA as an American Lit major, so I gotta throw it way back to Moby-Dick. If you can get past the syntactical complexity of it, there is SO much in that novel. Shakespearean influence, human psychology, the search for God. Ridiculously ahead of its time. And I loved that period in American Lit.”
What book have you gifted the most?
“Malcolm Gladwell’s books get passed around a lot.”
What do you most want to be known for?
That I cared.”
What’s next for you?
“Isn’t that always a surprise? ;)”