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Daria makes a mean pelmeni. She loves Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy. She wins snowball fights. Detect a theme here?
Yes, Daria hails from the Russian city of Penza (a beautiful historic town on the Sura River). What she brings to Abacus, in addition to her fascinating background, is a proven talent as a people person and, in her own words, "the energy of an adaptable, self-motivated, quick-learning team player." Now that sounds familiar. Wait, that sounds just like all of us.

BTW, for you foodies out there (and we know foodies because we have an office full of them), pelmeni is traditional Russian fare that marries dumplings and meat (yum!).
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Daria makes a mean pelmeni. She loves Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy. She wins snowball fights. Detect a theme here?
Yes, Daria hails from the Russian city of Penza (a beautiful historic town on the Sura River). What she brings to Abacus, in addition to her fascinating background, is a proven talent as a people person and, in her own words, "the energy of an adaptable, self-motivated, quick-learning team player." Now that sounds familiar. Wait, that sounds just like all of us.

BTW, for you foodies out there (and we know foodies because we have an office full of them), pelmeni is traditional Russian fare that marries dumplings and meat (yum!).
Daria Recommends


The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
Patrick Lencioni


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Daria makes a mean pelmeni. She loves Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy. She wins snowball fights. Detect a theme here?
Yes, Daria hails from the Russian city of Penza (a beautiful historic town on the Sura River). What she brings to Abacus, in addition to her fascinating background, is a proven talent as a people person and, in her own words, "the energy of an adaptable, self-motivated, quick-learning team player." Now that sounds familiar. Wait, that sounds just like all of us.

BTW, for you foodies out there (and we know foodies because we have an office full of them), pelmeni is traditional Russian fare that marries dumplings and meat (yum!).
Daria Recommends


The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
Patrick Lencioni


Necessary Endings
Dr. Henry Cloud


The Alchemist
Paulo Coelho


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