I am 27 years old and currently employed at a law firm on the support side of things. I am a recent (somewhat) college grad from the University of Utah with a degree in Urban Planning. If you hear of any entry-level urban planning jobs feel free to send me a geekmail!
I started really getting into board gaming summer 2010 after playing Shadows over Camelot with some friends. I really liked the cooperative aspect of the game and so that's been my main focus with board games over the past few year, but I have branched out a little with some less than cooperative games.
I consider myself a spoiled gamer in that I really like a game with nice components and it is one thing consider when purchasing a game (not always - but it can be a deterrent when quality is questionable).
I host a weekly game night at my house. I usually get about 5-6 people on average at game nights. Unfortunately a lot of them enjoy the less complex games, unlike Mage Knight Board Game
- which is my current #1.
My family usually gets together on Sundays and plays games as well. I've started introducing them to more complex games which is actually going quite well.