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I’m a California native, who has been accused of ruining lives one bad pun at a time. When I’m not cooking or traveling, I’m usually offering my unsolicited opinions about cheese.
I’m passionate about solving problems with software to improve people’s lives, but above all, I love good beer after long hikes.
I’m an all-season outdoor adventure seeker who escapes to play in the mountains, or on the water, every chance I get. Thankful to be married to my best friend as we build our dreams, our family, and our Kitfox.
After a day of counting beans and looking for the missing penny, you can find me on my Harley searching for the perfect winding road.
I’m an outdoor enthusiast and aviator in training. My dog strongly believes I was placed on this earth to serve her. I run on coffee, Star Wars, and true crime podcasts and I’m proud to call myself a NPS Junior Ranger.
An Oxford comma fan, recovering helicopter parent, and Florida theme park junkie, I like to read weird stories about the Sunshine State, watch teen dramas with my two kids, and scream on roller coasters.
I’m a grammar nerd with a penchant for wearing silly t-shirts and going to concerts.
I enjoy working with numbers but outside of work I avoid them as much as possible,you’ll never see me counting calories or balancing the checkbook.
I’m extremely passionate about nutrition, health and fitness, but I’m also a huge sci-fi nerd – Star Wars and Marvel consume about 70 percent of my free time.
Basketball and anime are my two areas of expertise. I love popping bubbles in bubble wrap, and if I step on a crack in the sidewalk with one foot, I immediately search for another crack to step on with my other foot.
I’m a vegetarian who gets a thrill out of helping others enjoy their work experience. I also love paddle-boarding, animals, the great outdoors, and anything history related.
When I’m not coding, exercising, or surfing the web, you can find me at my local Starbucks or cinema.
When I’m not editing, you can probably find me at the beach or pretending I know how to cook.
Whether I’m editing content for The Cheat Sheet, hiking the Rocky Mountains, or making the perfect G&T, I pay attention to the details.
I enjoy Big Thinkers, page-turning or thought provoking books, and trying to keep up with my young daughters.
When not thinking about the future of media, I’m passionate about travel adventures, live music, connecting with nature, creative cooking and family time. An avid sports fan of my alma mater University of Michigan.
I’m a dad to 5 dogs and 1 human child. When I’m not planning and documenting, I’m mostly napping and eating. My interests include hoarding old video games, old toys, and 80’s cartoons.
I am passionate about numbers, problem solving, data, music and nature.
I’m passionate about all things related to money. When I’m not writing, I’m quoting lines from Seinfeld and yada yada yada.
I’m a writer and editor who’s nerdy about words, a sucker for Sour Patch Watermelon candy, and a recent California transplant.
When I’m AFK (Away From Keyboard), I resume the role of Master Yoda to my two little Jedi Knights.
Is a person that loves to tinker with new technologies and think of ways to apply technology that will foster overall growth while bringing balance to the Force.
Tracy is a veteran of several start-ups including the popular financial media company The Motley Fool, where he was VP Web Ops. First as an Advisor, then joining Cheat Sheet as COO in 2012 he is now CEO.
A native of the Northeast and fearer of the warmth, I enjoy snowy hikes, podcasts, and poetry.
I love solving practical, real world problems, especially problems with a larger positive social impact.
I adore living in the mountains, playing music, and vacationing in new places. I’ve learned the most patience in my life from my marriage, the neighbors’ child, owning a small dog, and being a New York Giants fan.