Continuing our NewsGen Ten series, today we get to know Client Engagement & Media Relations Manager Kelsey Pospisil a little better. Stay tuned next week for two new NewsGen Tens. AAEAAQAAAAAAAAOKAAAAJDg1MTZiODM1LTEyNmEtNDk0Ni1iNmQxLTg1MDQzNTNiMWQ2MA

  1. If you had to be trapped in a TV show for a month, which would you choose? That’s easy – FRIENDS! I had the full DVD set of FRIENDS well before Netflix started offering the full series. I’m that person who can recite the lines along with the episodes.
  1. What are you reading these days? The Girl on the Train was the most recent book I read that I just could not put down. It’s excellent!
  1. Fill in the blank: If you really knew me, you’d know that I’m a silly goofball who runs around the house singing and breaking out into awesome dance moves. However, few people really know me.
  1. What is the habit you are proudest of breaking? Or what habit do you want to break? I’m proudest of breaking the habit of biting my nails. Did you know you can break a tooth biting your nails? Yeah, I learned that one the hard way.
  1. What is your heritage? My last name is Czech, but I have a little German, English and Irish mixed in there as well. Family folklore claims we’re related to 2nd President John Adams and 6th President John Quincy Adams.
  1. What kind of impact do you believe you have on people? I’d like to think people feel like they can trust me; that I’m that friend you can go to when you need to vent and not be judged.
  1. What’s the strangest talent you have? I can wiggle my ears! You have to look really closely, but they move back and forth.
  1. What is the best compliment you have ever received? My fiancé Ryan asking me to marry him.
  1. Over the course of your life, how many cities have you lived in and which was your favorite? Five – which took me from my hometown, to college, to grad school, to post-grad early adulthood, and now settling in with my fiancé in the ‘burbs. My favorite is definitely Bethesda where I moved after grad school. I got my great job, met my friends, my fiancé, and really just learned how to be an adult (although, do we ever really know how to do that?)
  1. What was the best meal you’ve ever eaten? Were you at a restaurant or at someone’s house? I get to enjoy the best meal I’ve ever eaten once a year on Christmas Day. My aunt makes the world’s most delicious potato pancakes, and my Greek uncle has homemade grape leaves and desserts – it’s a treat.