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BIO: Amanda is an avid gamer turned game designer and hopes to start her own indie gaming studio in the future. Until then, she works at an international electric company as an automation test engineer. Other than gaming, Amanda is into the Walking Dead (and anything else with a post-apocalypse setting), Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, The British Baking Competition, and too many different anime series to name. Amanda loves going to conventions and is always looking for more people to travel with. 😁
FAVORITE BRUNCH DRINK: Lots and lots of COFFEE (with tons of creamer and sugar)
FICTIONAL BESTIE: Leslie Knope from Parks and Rec. (They would take over the world!)
GEEKY TOP TEN: Harvest Moon/Story of Seasons, the Atelier series, Ar Tonelico, Fallout, My Hero Academia, Sailor Moon, Studio Ghibli, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, and the Walking Dead.
BIO: Carolina is many things – she is a Geek Girl Brunch HQ Social Media Manager, a social science and new media specialist, flexitarian recipe writer and volunteer. In her free time, she watches all the British television with her husband and cat, Kiki, who is named after her favorite anime movie, Kiki’s Delivery Service. She is the embodiment of the Hogwarts houses Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff. A Huffleclaw, if you will.
GEEKY TOP TEN: British panel shows and comedies, retro inspired fashion, collecting vinyl and making top 10 music lists, foodie activities, Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Sherlock Holmes/ACD, anime (Princess Jellyfish, Shokugeki No Souma, Studio Ghibli), Star Wars and tabletop board games
BRUNCH DRINK OF CHOICE: Tea with almond milk creamer
GEEKY BFFs: Stephen Fry, Richard Ayoade, David Mitchell & Noel Fielding
BIO: Krisshundra aka Krissy has worked in both the front and back of the house in hospitality and customer service industry. Right now, Krissy works as a travel planner for a luxury hotel. She is a mother of a loving daughter who is special needs. Krissy is a sexy wife, advocate, good friend with the occasional wing-person for support and protection. She is a lover of many things – local music/culture, a good cocktail and a movie, pin-up, goth and dance, cooking and all things that are positive and wonderful. When she is not busy working and being with her family, she is watching old and new anime on her Roku, reading lots of books that deals with sci-fi, paranormal or romance, checking out new Pinterest boards for cooking or dancing. She is an oxymoron of sorts.
GEEKY TOP TEN: Music (very eclectic taste from Classic to Acid Jazz), Anime, Old School Cartoons, Studio Ghibli, Board games, Comic books (most independent like Dark Horse & Top Cow), Video gaming( PC, Sega Genesis, PS3 and Wii), Cooking shows on Cooking.com and Food Network, Crafting, Star Trek, Anita Blake, Merry Gentry Series and anything Gothic
BRUNCH DRINK OF CHOICE: 1st choice: Coffee with cream and sugar, 2nd choice: tea( Irish Breakfast or Chai) and for Brunch: Mimosa
BIO: Civil servant and data enthusiast by day, Twitch-watcher/cat aficionado/armchair linguist by night. Grad school and professional shenanigans have stolen Sara away from her hobbies in recent years, but she hopes helping out GGB Nashville as an officer will bring her back to her fangirl roots. She’s also recently rekindled her interest in retro-inspired fashion after years of wearing nothing but slacks during the week and yoga pants, acne cream, and grungy college tees on the weekend.
FAVORITE BRUNCH DRINK: A bit of rakija during the cold winter months. Failing that, a good cosmo usually hits the spot 🙂
FICTIONAL BESTIE: Mikasa, Attack on Titan/Shingeki no Kyojin. Mulan is a close second (Sara loves a good battle).
GEEKY TOP TEN: Harry Potter, the Tolkienverse, conlangs, anything Anne McCaffrey, TED Talks, modernization/development theory, neurolinguistics, mythology, most of the .hack// franchise, anything classified as “post-apocalyptic”