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Frank Quattrocchi


Frank Quattrocchi, a Search & Content Specialist at Thunder, graduated from San Diego State University in 2008 with a B.A. in English and a minor in Spanish. Upon graduating, he moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina where he taught English as a Second Language, fine-tuned his Spanish, wrote short stories and flash fiction about what he experienced, started cooking every day, and saved enough pesos to travel Brazil and Uruguay. His experiences south of the equator would provide material and inspiration for his first novel, which he is currently working on in his free time.

After returning to California, he taught high school Spanish and English, coached football and golf, and served as a tutor for LA-area children whose parents did not speak English. While teaching, he started a short-lived catering business that blended Argentine and traditional cuisine, and then a dried-foods business that concocted various combinations of dried fruit and chocolate. He started taking classes toward his MBA to understand why his businesses failed, and what he can do in the future to be successful.

Frank has played guitar, bass, keys, percussion, and has written lyrics for a variety of bands since he was 17. Outside the office, you can find Frank hiking the San Diego backcountry, brewing beer, reading a book, cooking, writing his novel, playing music, practicing yoga with his girlfriend, or listening to Steely Dan records. He is a die-hard Lakers and SDSU Aztecs fan.

Frank can be reached at frank [at] thunderseo [dot] com, or you can find him on Twitter and Google+.

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