Blonde 2.0 is happy to have Lea join our team of PR professionals for the summer! Lea is here as a summer intern from the Onward program. This is her 3rd time in Israel. She’s currently attending the University of Texas, studying Theater and Communication. Lea has a Havanese dog named Max! Get to know more about Lea by checking out her interview questions below…

When’s your birthday?

July 16, 1999

Where are you from?

Chicago, Illinois

When did you move to Israel?

I’m here for the summer, since June 2019

What do you like to do in your free time?

Yoga, spend time with friends, beach time, and singing everything I say

What was the last song you listened to?

Big Yellow Taxi by Counting Crows ft. Vanessa Carlton

Would you rather give up all drinks except for water or give up eating anything that is cooked in an oven?

Life without pizza is not a life worth living.

If you could come back to life as any person in history (dead or alive), who would it be?

Honestly probably myself. I am very content with life. Hmmm…does that sound meaningful or conceited?

Everyone has a fandom, pick your poison:

Lady Gaga Monsters. Also, love that her and I are both 5’1”

Would you rather travel the world always on a shoestring budget or stay in only one country but live in luxury?

Put me on an airplane now!

Would you rather travel 100 years in the past or 100 years in the future?

History lover right here!

Phone call or text?

Is Facetime an option? #GenZ

What movie would be greatly improved if it was made into a musical?

Any movie ever… its simply natural to break out in song.

What was your first AIM or MSN Messenger handle?

live4bieberxo …. absolutely no shame.

Who is your favorite celebrity couple?

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend

If they made a movie about your life, who would play you? Your love interest?

Lindsay Lohan pre-meltdowns and Frank Sinatra

What historical event do you find the most fascinating?

First steps on the moon!

What’s the most ridiculous fact you know?

The word “crisp” is the only word in the English language that moves from the back of your mouth to the front of your mouth as you say it.