I have a Bachelor's degree in English from a local state university, which is only relevant in that I had to hone my skills in reading several novels, analyzing pertinent material and themes, and producing coherent thoughts in writing as a student. In my professionally employed life, I've worked as a communications professional for 5+ years with experience as a speech writer, web content producer, and marketer. What's likely not unique about me is my passion for watching and reading about professional sports. I've been a fantasy player for 15+ years, moving from casual to competitive within the last 2-3 years. Over the last 12-18 months, I've made an effort to do my own analysis and use my own rankings to make decisions in my drafts and daily/weekly contests. I started a relatively low-key blog with a friend for us to post rankings, article content, and podcasts (linked) which serves as an archive of my work over the last ~12 months or so. While this likely doesn't translate as professional "experience" in the industry, it feels like relevant information to share.