About Raz

Welcome to my blog!  The intent of a ‘Twitter for Longer Thoughts’ is to be just that – a forum of expression that isn’t limited by character count and isn’t predicated on knee-jerk updates.  I hope you find my thoughts on politics, social issues, faith, relationships, family, and life to be sincere and well-formulated.  There will likely be disagreement; I welcome that!  But unlike the vitriol that Twitter promotes, my hope is to generate expansive dialogue.  We can all learn from one another.

I’m a young professional with an undergraduate degree from Saint Vincent College and an MBA from Shippensburg University, now living in Central Pennsylvania. Family, friends, social issues, and soccer are all close to my heart, and you’ll find I write about them at length.  My degrees are in Business, so I understand my writing limitations, but hope to share my feelings on important subject matter, even if I’m wrong sometimes.

All views expressed in the blog are my own, and do not reflect those of my employer, community organizations, etc.

Thanks for reading!


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