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Kyoko Ishikawa

Kyoko Ishikawa

Director
Kyoko's Bio
Still the girl with the bob haircut (but asymmetrical now!) from Japan (sushi and ramen are great, yes I know) who dabbles in many things but isn’t decisive enough to decide which one of the things she really wants to devote herself to. Faux designer/artist, blogger, and photographer; argumentative, indecisive, people pleaser. This is my third year on the TEDxUCSD team after serving positions in marketing and internal operations respectively for the past two years.
Education
Communication & Critical Gender Studies | Class of 2019
My favorite TED talk
If not for the talk I put down as my “favorite talk” for last year’s team bio, I’m not sure I have a “favorite” per se. So here’s one that I watched recently that I thought was compelling as well: https://youtu.be/orumugzJpt0 I like how short and succinct this video is, delivering information in a linear manner in trying to get the audience to understand the main argument. I also have never thought about how technology could help stage an intervention in preventing sexual assault in this way and it was refreshing for me to listen to someone offering tangible steps to making a difference.
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
This year’s theme to me is about *that moment* of revelation, of break through, when one goes through an experience that changes their outlook on something. While vague, I think that that is the point of the theme – it’s up to the interpretation of each individual. What do you picture when you hear “bubble”? Do you think of blowing bubbles? Or taking a bubble bath with your LUSH bath bomb? Or do you picture popping bubble wrap? None of these are right nor wrong… which is exactly what our event is about.
I am the happiest when...
I am happiest when drawing under the sun.
My favorite song
“What If I Go? (Nighttime version) [feat. Bonzai]” by Mura Masa. I feel like it doesn’t happen often that I enjoy the modified version of a song as much as I enjoy the original track, and this is one of the songs where I enjoy both. To be honest, I’ve just been in a massive Mura Masa funk for the past year, so that definitely adds to my love for this song. Bonus: the album art is in the perfect shade of red.
My hidden talent
I can whistle? I can also put eyedrops in my eyes efficiently whilst walking.
My favorite quote
I don’t have an exact favorite quote, but if I did it would be something along the lines of “whatever will be will be”. I feel like this is something I picked up in college, but I realized that life is just a lot less stressful when I stop worrying about the things that are out of my control. Not tapping into the “what if”s (although ironic, since I just listed “What If I Go?” as my favorite song of the moment) and believing in the idea of luck or coincidence really has helped me keep myself in control. But also.. “Whatever Will Be” is a Vanessa Hudgens song so you know. There’s that, too.
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
I would probably be a shade of baby blue… but for no particular reason, aside from the fact that it’s been my favorite color as of recent. However, my only request is that if I were a crayon I would really, strongly, adamantly like to be a Crayola Twistable.
Ashley Craver

Ashley Craver

External Relations
Ashley's Bio
I’m a third year transfer student majoring in Math Computer Science! I really like drawing and collecting stationary. I’m good at getting lost, but I know how to enjoy the new places I end up in (and somehow get back to where I’m supposed to be)!
Education
Math and Computer Science | Class of 2019
My favorite TED talk
100 Days Without Fear. When I was small, I was scared of almost EVERYTHING. Gradually–and thankfully–I was able to become braver. This TEDx talk reminds me of how I struggled to be less fearful and have more confidence in myself, and made me look back in a way that makes me proud of myself, so I really love it!
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
I like to think of the bubble bursting as the aha moment one experiences when they have a great epiphany about something they are passionate about.
I am the happiest when...
I am the happiest when someone seems very excited and happy when they’re talking about something they love! It really brightens my day because it makes me see them and what they are happy about in a brighter light.
My favorite song
Paris in the Rain by Lauv. My go-to music in the morning: good beat to lazily roll out of bed.
My hidden talent
I can make a mediocre to decent doodle within 1 minute.
My favorite quote
“One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful.” by Sigmund Freud. I aspire to become an old lady who can look back and think I have had a whole boquet of beautiful years.
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
Yellow Orange. It seems as confused I am.
Timothy Lee

Timothy Lee

Speakers Relations
Tim's Bio
I am someone who likes to make people laugh. I like to spend time with those I care about. On weekends, I like to rock climb at OCC. I like the gym. I like using the word like. Yeah. That sounds about right.
Education
Probability and Statistics | Class of 2019
My favorite TED talk
Emily Esfahani Smith – There’s More to Life Than Being Happy. I really resonate with this video because it is always a good reminder to me about what my goals should be in my life. I think that our culture is very fixated on trying to do things that make us happy, but this almost back fires because it only provides us brief moments of happiness. Instead, I believe that we should be striving to do work and take actions that truly resonates with our values and our identity because that’ll provide us a feeling of comfort and satisfaction within our selves that doesn’t just come in waves.
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
I think that this theme means that ideas that are spread could be extremely playful and fun; they don’t have to just be factual. When these ideas are exciting, they can almost burst in our minds and provide excitement and satisfaction.
I am the happiest when...
I am the happiest when I am surrounded by and spend time with the people that I love and care about.
My favorite song
Drake – God’s Plan. I like this song because I only like my bed and my momma.
My hidden talent
I am good at doing impersonations of my homies.
My favorite quote
“We have a tendency to want the other person to be a finished product while we give ourselves the grace to evolve.”
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
Blue bc then the majority of ppl would love me.
Annika Olives

Annika Olives

Speakers Relations
Annika's Bio
I am a caffeine-addicted and word-loving Filipina-Spanish-American with a passion for storytelling, and I’m so glad I have the opportunity to bring different voices to the UCSD campus as part of the Speakers Relations team. When not binge-watching The Great British Baking Show, you can find me working in the Design Lab, editing Lifestyle articles for the UCSD Guardian, or attempting to study at Philz.
Education
Cognitive Science | Class of 2020
My favorite TED talk
My favorite TED talk is “If I should have a daughter” by Sarah Kay. I discovered writing as a young girl but was unfamiliar with spoken word until my freshman English teacher showed my class this video. I was immediately captivated by Sarah’s ability to deliver a message through her metaphors and imagery and powerful use of language. Like her, I had this idea that spoken word had to be indignant, that you had to be angry and passionate about something in order for your poetry to be effective. But she told my quiet, fourteen-year-old self that that wasn’t the case; instead, spoken word is about connection, creation, and offering your own narrative. She not only inspired me to write better, but she inspired me to speak; I gained enough confidence to perform an original slam poem with my friend at an end-of-the-semester showcase. To me, this talk encompassed everything TED is about; it both told a story and motivated me to tell my own. (https://www.ted.com/talks/sarah_kay_if_i_should_have_a_daughter/transcript)
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
Bubbles—with their even roundness, rainbow reflections, and glassy membrane—are perfect yet fleeting. To me, being inside your bubble means that you haven’t yet opened your world to new interpretations and different perspectives. Bursting that bubble is uncomfortable, but it’s something that is necessary for collaboration, idea extension, and furthering your own knowledge and growth.
I am the happiest when...
Any zero-stress situation with good company, good food, and good vibes.
My favorite song
“Drew Barrymore” by SZA. I’ve recently gotten back into R&B so my Spotify is full of her, Daniel Caesar, and Sabrina Claudio.
My hidden talent
Stress baking.
My favorite quote
Yes! “Stop worrying about the things you can’t change.”
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
Periwinkle: the halfway point between the sky and the clouds, seemingly calm, a little quiet, always thinking.
Miranda Ageson

Miranda Ageson

Speakers Relations
Miranda's Bio
Hi there! I’m Andi, a third year transfer student. Some things of note about me- I volunteer a lot, I’m very political, I’ve moved 5 times in 3 years, and I’m doing research on empathy and gratitude through a lab on campus.
Education
Social Psychology | Class of 2019
My favorite TED talk
Kate Hinde does a talk on the importance of breastfeeding in child development and health at TED Women which is probably my favorite talk because I’m really passionate about families, women’s issues, and public health. I also like to see talks where there’s a real takeaway that can be applied in daily life- I think the best talks are those that have the potential of changing lives of the audience and those who see the video online.
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
My interpretation of the theme is that everyone has moments in their lives when their preconceptions about the world are challenged or flat out crushed by reality. While those moments are often painful, they’re also some of the best learning opportunities and lead to personal growth. Bubbles are meant to be burst because it is then when we become more in touch with ourselves and the world around us.
I am the happiest when...
I am the happiest when I’m working with young mothers and children through community service.
My favorite song
My favorite song at the moment is Saving Grace by Tom Petty. That whole album makes me want to hop in my truck and drive through the desert, and I suppose I’m craving the freedom that comes with that day dream.
My hidden talent
Not sure I have one! I make a mean mac and cheese casserole?
My favorite quote
“People will forget what you say, they will forget what you do, but they will never forget the way you made them feel.”
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
Salmon pink- cheery and kinda intense!
Joann Chen

Joann Chen

Design
Joann's Bio
Hello, I am Joann. I’m a third year Math and Computer Science at UCSD.
Education
Math and Computer Science | Class of 2019
My favorite TED talk
Why we do what we do by Tony Robbins. I am inspired by this TED talk because it helps me to make educated decisions and learn to appreciate and not regretting them.
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
I think of the theme as challenging the accepted, embracing and becoming the change
I am the happiest when...
I am with people I love and care about, when I make them smile.
My favorite song
My current favorite is Blue Boss by Sampa The Great. It is catchy.
My hidden talent
It is hidden. I am looking for it.
My favorite quote
“The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or touched, they are felt with the heart.”
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
Green, because it is a calming color and makes people feel relaxed.
Chen Yang

Chen Yang

Design
Chen's Bio
I am a third year Computer Science major student at UCSD.
Education
Computer Science | Class of 2019
My favorite TED talk
Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action In this talk, Simon Sinek discovered some remarkable patterns in how the leaders think, act and communicate. He explored how to enhance feeling of trust, and how to build good leadership in a team.
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
This year’s TEDxUCSD theme, When Bubbles Burst, is a statement of challenging the existence. Stepping out of your comfort zone, encouraging sharing, embracing challenges are becoming the topics of this year’s event.
I am the happiest when...
My code works but I have no idea why…
My favorite song
Everglow by Coldplay?
My hidden talent
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My favorite quote
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If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
I would be light blue (like azure color)? I think that color gives people a feeling of relax and comfort…
Vanessa Wong

Vanessa Wong

Design
Vanessa's Bio
I’m a visual enthusiast who loves creative thinking and clean design. Besides my hobby in playing around Photoshop, I’m also a real foodie and a directionally-challenged traveler. Moving from Hong Kong to Los Angeles to now San Diego, I was inspired to study abroad in Copenhagen last fall quarter. I got lost in 10+ countries, but managed to find my way back from gaining new perspectives through connecting with people.
Education
Speculative Design & Business | Class of 2019
My favorite TED talk
Patti Dobrowolski once told me, “a solitary fantasy can transform a million realities.” Coming into a STEM-focused university, I constantly seek inspirations to keep myself stand strong for my passion for design and prevent myself from forgetting my individual passion just to fit in with all my engineering friends. I always find it difficult to stay driven on the path I desire with so many influential factors around me. Yet Patti told me the way to beat the odds and to be that 10% to stay on that dream path of yours and control your own life. I always find it amazing how speakers like Patti have a voice strong enough to inspire a person’s thinking in just a short 10 minute of time; that was the time it took for me to encourage myself to keep moving forward. 
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
When bubbles burst in your life, it’s when you step out of your comfort zone and explore what’s beyond. Growing up in the same community ever since I was young, I was very sheltered from diverse cultural exposures. Living in Denmark for around half a year was a bubble bursting moment for me. I got to meet people from all around the world and broaden my perspectives in respecting and appreciating the diversity around me.
I am the happiest when...
I am happiest when I make people around me laugh.
My favorite song
I don’t have a favorite song at the moment, but I have a lot of songs I like at the moment.
My hidden talent
I can hide my talent so well that even I don’t know what it is.
My favorite quote
“The best moments in life are the unplanned ones.”
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
In terms of RGB mode, I’d be yellow because I’m the opposite of feeling blue.
Chiaki Watanabe

Chiaki Watanabe

Marketing
Chiaki's Bio
I am currently a 2nd year studying Political Science with minors in Business and Music, and I’m one of the marketing directors in TEDxUCSD. I spend my time jamming on the piano, eating sushi, getting mad about social inequality, and listening to my christmas jazz coffeehouse playlist. Aside from memes, I take passion in music (I play cello in La Jolla Symphony!) and spontaneous late night food adventures (doesn’t even have to be late night).
Education
Political Science | Class of 2020
My favorite TED talk
Benjamin Zander: The transformative power of classical music https://www.ted.com/talks/benjamin_zander_on_music_and_passion This is definitely my favorite TED talk because it always inspires me no matter how many times I’ve watched it. Even if you’re not a classical music fan, it makes you cry, smile and jump into your Spotify account to fill it up with hours of classical music. But it’s not only that, the message goes far beyond music and music appreciation — it taught me to always strive to express my gratitude and appreciation with everyone whom I adore.
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
To me, bursting the bubble means to venture outside of your comfort zone, or your “norm”. It’s easy to be stuck in your own bubble where you feel at ease, with low-risk and low-stress factors — but in that state of being, you aren’t learning new things or gaining new experiences. In this year’s TEDxUCSD, I’m excited to go beyond my risk-free bubble, get to know people who are nothing like me, and gain new views that would inspire me in many areas of my life.
I am the happiest when...
I’m happy when I can be sarcastic/witty with someone while still being able to have deep ass talks with them.
My favorite song
Lemon by Kenshi Yonezu
My hidden talent
I can say π up to 250 digits, I can make a shiny mud ball, and I can also cook minute rice in 58 seconds… you could say I’m very talented
My favorite quote
”The house, the stars, the desert — what gives them their beauty is something that is invisible!”
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
I want to be sky blue, but I’d probably be a white one because it makes no sense & useless…
Shannon Kha

Shannon Kha

Internal Relations
Shannon's Bio
Hi there! My name is Shannon and I’m a cool bean who loves good talks with great company and wholesome nights with board game enthusiasts. In my free time, I enjoy binge watching my favorite crime shows and going out with friends to the trendiest of grubs in San Diego. Aside from that, I have passion for curating music on Spotify and pinning the best DIY tutorials on Pinterest. If I’m not staring the computer screen for hours working on Photoshop, I’m catching up on the latest TED Talks of course!
Education
Speculative Design | Class of 2020
My favorite TED talk
One of my favorite TED Talks is Sarah Jones’ “A one-woman global village”—a very lighthearted talk with a great underlying message. In this TED talk, Sarah immerses herself into different characters of various ethnic backgrounds, incorporating these unique and eccentric characters in humorous ways. With this TED Talk, she relates much of her background coming from a very diverse family into the characters that she portrays. Coming from a relatively large and diverse family myself, I can definitely say this is one of the TED Talks that hit home with me.
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
To me, this year’s theme means being able to surpass your limits and enter a space that’s new and uncomfortable in ways that drive you to become a better version of yourself. The wall of a bubble is clear. You can see what’s on the other side but it’s ultimately fear that hinders you from venturing beyond your enclosed and safe zone. Don’t fear what you can already see. Bursting your bubble has a new meaning now—stop being afraid!
I am the happiest when...
As cliché as it sounds, I am genuinely the happiest when I am surrounded by the people I love and care most about. I think that time is so important and when I’m able to spend that time with close and friends and family, that’s when I feel I making the best use of it.
My favorite song
Corduroy Dreams by Rex Orange County
My hidden talent
I can speak 5 languages.
My favorite quote
“I long, as does every human being, to be at home wherever I find myself.” – Maya Angelou
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
White because it gets used the least and I would like to be like that, metaphorically.
Yogitha Chareddy

Yogitha Chareddy

External Relations & Finance
Yogitha's Bio
I was born in Detroit, but grew up near Atlanta, Georgia. My mom was involved in the airline industry and my family traveled a LOT; as a result, I developed a bit of wanderlust. I love exploring new places, taking pictures, trying new food, and journaling and writing short stories in my free time. Currently, I work as a research assistant in a lab on campus, and I hope to combine my interest in biology and business to enter the biotech industry when I graduate.
Education
Molecular Biology | Class of 2019
My favorite TED talk
My favorite TEDx Talk is “How do YOU Define Yourself” by Lizzie Velasquez. This talk taught me a lot about not only Velasquez’s experiences with a rare disease, her label as the “Ugliest Woman in the World,” and how she deals with her bullies, but also of my own inherent bias and judgment of others. It was a truly inspirational video that captures how important it is to not let the opinions of others define your own image or self-esteem, how to rise above the negativity by embracing humor and kindness, and how to live a life of bravery.
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
For me, this theme represents how important it is to step out of your comfort zone and view other perspectives and ideas. There can be no growth without change and paradigm shifts, and TEDxUCSD wishes to capture the essence of bursting out of your personal bubble to face challenges, adapt, and learn from each other.
I am the happiest when...
I am the happiest when I am swaddled in a thick blanket in my bed, reading a good book or writing with a hot cup of coffee in my hand while listening to soft jazz. Peak comfort.
My favorite song
My favorite song at the moment is probably All the Stars from the Black Panther album. Not only does it make me super hyped for the movie, but its also a fun and catchy song.
My hidden talent
I can do calligraphy!
My favorite quote
My favorite quote has to be “Someone else’s victory is not your defeat.” I don’t know who said it, but it really resonates with me. In today’s competitive, cutthroat climate, it can be easy to feel bad about yourself in comparison to others. But I think its important to remember that your accomplishments are still valid, and that your growth is independent from others.
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
I would be a peach crayon, because its both a relaxing color but also very sweet and fun. I think that describes me pretty well.
Jessica Yang

Jessica Yang

Speakers Relations
Jessica's Bio
I love hiking, boxing, reading and sleeping. I also really want to be an astronomer, a detective, and a social entrepreneur. Unfortunately I can’t be all three at the same time, so right now I’m focusing on the last one. I want to be a social entrepreneur or work in sustainable development so that those who are less fortunate than us can lead easier and more meaningful lives.
Education
Enviromental Engineering | Class of 2019
My favorite TED talk
My Favorite TED Talk is The Danger of a Single Story by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. I think this quote best explains the talk and why it is my favorite: “The single story creates stereotypes, and the problem with stereotypes is not that they are untrue, but that they are incomplete. They make one story become the only story.”
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
To me, this year’s theme means to see things from different perspectives. It means to challenges oneself in becoming an individual that’s more aware of the complexities within today’s society.
I am the happiest when...
When I’m with my family doing nothing.
My favorite song
My favorite song right now is Real Friends by Camila Cabello. Mostly because of one phrase in the song: “No I think I’ll stay in tonight, skip the conversations and the oh I’m fine’s” I want to be as genuine as I can in my relationships with people, and this song is a constant reminder.  
My hidden talent
I know the morse code. 🙂
My favorite quote
My favorite quote changes all the time, but at this moment the quote that resonates with me the most is by my favorite astronomer, Carl Sagan. “For small creatures such as we the vastness is bearable only through love.” 
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
I think I’d be the color blue. I remember reading somewhere that blue is the most used color. I want to useful for others and for this society. Also because I really like the sky and the ocean.
Zheng Hao Tang

Zheng Hao Tang

Internal Relations & Finance
Zheng Hao's Bio
Hello, I am Zheng Hao, a sophomore who is currently pursuing Data Science major in UCSD. I love outdoor activities, play sports outside of class and explore different astounding landscape around the states.
Education
Data Science | Class of 2020
My favorite TED talk
How I held my breath for 17 minutes. It’s probably one of the most interesting talk I had seen, and I am intrigued by its determination to surpass the limit and challenge what it seems absurd and impossible to others.
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
It reminds me of the housing bubble, where the bubbles flew up vertically and seems to have enormous potential up to the height of the sky but exploded just not long before it took off and leave no trace behind.
I am the happiest when...
When I am ticking something off my bucket list.
My favorite song
Stir fry. The chorus are catchy and reminds me of my daily lunch and dinner in my freshman year.
My hidden talent
I know five languages.
My favorite quote
The only thing that makes life possible is permanent, intolerable uncertainty: not knowing what comes next. — Ursula Le Guin” 
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
Pink! Back in my high school the color of my boarding house is pink with pink panther as our mascot. Real man wear pink they said.
John Vincent Laxa

John Vincent Laxa

Speakers Relations
John's Bio
Imagine Batman but without the angst. Now add some sarcastic Jim Halpert in there and that’s me. Picture that.
Education
Bioinformatics | Class of 2019
My favorite TED talk
The Art of Creativity by Taika Waititi because the fact that he stays true to himself regardless of the noise around him is inspirational. Someone who can just be truly unique without a care in the world is so rare nowadays, so it’s very refreshing.
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
People are more alike than they are different. At UCSD, it can be very easy to feel isolated, stuck in your own bubble. It can also feel overwhelming to try to join someone else’s world, especially when its more comfortable for everyone to stick to themselves and what they know. This can leave others alone, left to fit in between, with nowhere they feel they belong. If others could just take the time to take a chance on a stranger, and make someone’s day, then bursting someone’s bubble could be the childlike happiness they now more than ever.
I am the happiest when...
When I’m with my family. Doesn’t matter where or when
My favorite song
ajr- im not famous
My hidden talent
I can juggle flaming torches and lie.
My favorite quote
No one ever made a difference by being like everyone else.” 
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
Orange because I like oranges
Jordan Krikorian

Jordan Krikorian

Internal Relations
Jordan's Bio
Hello! I am a third year Cognitive Science major, who really enjoys the brain and all of its intricacies. When I’m not drinking chai tea lattes and procrastinating on my studying, I like to binge-watch Netflix and make pizookies with my roommates. I work as an editorial intern at a textbook publishing company called Cognella, and have really enjoyed attempting to make academic texts more accessible to students, whilst also slowly figuring out how Microsoft Excel works. Going out to eat is my favorite hobby, and I will never turn down carne asada fries or chicken nuggets. I am so incredibly excited to be on this year’s team, and to work with such amazing people to put on this event!
Education
Cognitive Science - specializing in Clinical Neuroscience | Class of 2019
My favorite TED talk
My favorite TED talk is called “Global population growth, box by box” by Hans Rosling. It was one of the first TED talks I ever watched, and I thought it did a great job visualizing a seemingly huge and abstract problem. It sparked my interest in conservation, environmental science, and the betterment of humanity all at the same time. It managed to encapsulate a lot of complex information in 10 minutes, and I was moved by the empathy and wisdom of the speaker. You just have to watch it!
My interpretation of this year's TEDxUCSD theme: When Bubbles Burst
Good question! I think the beauty about this year’s theme is that it has so many possible interpretations that everyone can contribute to the event in their own way. That collaboration is what makes this event memorable and special. But personally, I think we all constantly live in our own bubbles all the time, whether we realize it or not; sometimes our bubbles, or our preconceived notions about the world, are burst, and we end up learning something new and expanding or changing how we look at the world. To me, this event is to embody that process, to expand the audience’s bubble and ultimately have another worthwhile experience to add to many individual bubbles.
I am the happiest when...
I am happiest when I have a full tank of gas, a #2 from In-n-Out, and am able to spend time with the people I care about the most.
My favorite song
My favorite song at the moment would have to be Feeling Myself by Nicki Minaj feat. Beyoncé, because that song is iconic and timeless.
My hidden talent
Being able to binge-watch entire shows on Netflix in one sitting.
My favorite quote
“The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off.”
If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
If I were a crayon color I would probably be Blue-Green because I am terrible at making decisions.