Five Questions

October 13, 2008Duke Law News

1. Where did you grow up?
Aulander, N.C.; Bertie County

2. What is your title and what does your job entail?
Mail Room/ Copy Center Coordinator. As the Mail Room/ Copy Center Coordinator, I sort mail and photocopy materials for faculty, as well as staff, for Duke Law School.

3. When you are away from the Law School, how do you spend your time?
I spend my time with my two year-old son and husband when I am not working, as well as the rest of my family. And I love to go to the movies.

4. What are a few of your favorite books that you’d recommend for reading?
Since the birth of my son, I can only recommend books by Dr. Seuss and those by other children authors.

5. Put together a dinner party with five famous people, either living or dead. Who would you invite and why?
  • Lindsay Lohan
  • Britney Spears
  • O.J. Simpson
  • Amy Winehouse
  • DMX

Same question for all: I just want to know what is the problem?
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