Read on to get to know Tim, one of Project Respect’s classroom facilitators!
Q: When I was a kid, I wanted to grow up to be…
A: A pro baseball player
Q: How did you end up at Project Respect?
A: Saw an ad and asked a friend who volunteers at the CPC about it. She said I would be great at it.
Q: What do you love most about working with Project Respect?
A: Helping teens think about their future
Q: Favorite ice cream flavor?
A: Moose Tracks
Q: What food can you not go without?
A: Pizza with sausage and mushrooms.
Q: What’s one of your best memories as a child?
A: Driving trip out west with my family in 1980. A month riding in the back of a station wagon. What could be better!
Q: If I could go anywhere in the world…
A: New Zealand. It looks beautiful.
Q: People might be surprised to know…
A: I am learning to play mandolin.
Q: When I’m not in the classroom, scheduling, and working on curriculum, I’m most likely to be found…
A: Chopping and carrying wood, feeding chickens, various other jobs around the house.
Q: What’s playing in your CD player/on your iPhone right now?
A: Carolina Chocolate Drops.
Q: How do you relax?
A: Read, play video games, mandolin.
Q: What was the last movie, TV show or book that made you emotional, cry or tear up?
A: Any Downton Abbey episode. Edith’s life is painful.
Q: Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want as a dinner guest?
A: David Grisman
Q: Would you like to be famous? In what way?
A: No, absolutely not.
Q: What would constitute a perfect day for you?
A: A day at the beach on Hatteras Island.