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Steven Gasparini – 1 On 1 Interview
How do you like to spend your free time?
Lately, free time has been spent working to acquire the series 7 and 66 licenses, but I enjoy any type of sporting events and reading. I just recently picked up golf – it seemed like the right time to start.
What is your favorite part about living in the Washington, DC or Baltimore metro areas?
Luckily, the DC area is very close to my family, who still reside in Pennsylvania, which gives me more opportunity to be with them than during my college days.
Tell me about your family and those you care about.
I have a very supportive family and have maintained a close group of friends. I’m impressed with our ability to stay so close in spite of everyone going separate ways.
What is the craziest/most adventurous thing you have ever done? Or if you haven’t done anything like that, what would you like to do?
Competitive swimming has allowed me to travel to a lot of interesting places. I’ve been all over the country and the Virgin Islands. I was also fortunate enough to spend some time swimming in Barbados and Canada.
The old standby….”If you were trapped on a desert island, what 3 things would you bring with you?
- Comfortable beach chair
- My best Tommy Bahama
What’s a special skill or talent you have that people wouldn’t know about by just meeting you a handful of times?
I don’t fit the stereotypical mold, but I was a university and Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) record holder when I swam at Duke.
In your opinion, what’s the value proposition of EagleStone?
I can talk to anyone about anything and I have an abnormal desire to get things done. There are a lot of different directions to go in as an economics major, but I chose this career path because I want to personally know the clients I work with and genuinely want to make other’s lives as easy and stress free as possible.
What does EagleStone offer?
EagleStone works hard so others don’t have to. In today’s world, it is easy to get caught up in the fine print of everything and EagleStone works tirelessly to ensure that nothing gets past us or our clients. EagleStone is a friend that keeps a watchful eye on those we serve and I think that’s a rarity.
What is your favorite part of your job?
While I enjoy meeting with clients and performing my tasks as a junior analyst, what brought me back to EagleStone was the tremendous work environment I’m provided with. I’m lucky enough to have joined a team that works very closely and cohesively with each other.