My full name, in case you were wondering, is Ainsley Elizabeth Jacobs. While we're at it with the weird, slightly stalker-ish info, I'm an Aries. Not that that matters much, but hey, maybe someone will think that's relevant or perhaps even a positive trait.

I grew up in Lynbrook, NY (it's near Queens) and attended Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. I spent some time working in Los Angeles, CA in the automotive industry which you can read about on my résumé. In 2007, I moved to Atlanta, GA and worked for several years at a large, international agency as an advertising chick extraordinaire. Not long after, I decided to pursue my dreams and started my own independent marketing company (P.TEN Marketing) focused solely on motorsports; I'm very fortunate to be able to say that it's been a tremendous success and an amazingly wonderful adventure ever since!

My hobbies include horseback riding (hunter-jumpers & eventing), motorsports (road racing, drifting, autocross, gymkhana, drag racing), snowboarding (I kind of suck at it, though), target shooting (pistols), photography, punk rock music, website design/development (duh!) and traveling.

Want to know more? Here are some fun facts about me:
Every day, I try to make at least one stranger smile or laugh. It's a little something I do to make the world a better place. :D
I have driven from New York City to Los Angeles. Twice. And no, I didn't get pulled over a single time.
A guy I met randomly on a flight to Las Vegas told me that bad decisions make great stories later. He was right.
People perceive me as being pretty tough, but bugs (especially spiders), make me cry like a panicked child.
I can split a multi-person check to the penny, perfectly, every time. My friends abuse this super power when we go out.
I broke my back horseback riding when I was 14 and am thankful every day that I suffered no long-term effects from it.
I speak a little bit of French and Japanese. Not enough to be fluent but more than enough to get me in trouble.
Thanks to childhood insomnia and me trying every way possible to fall asleep, I can sing the alphabet backwards.
I once played "rodeo" with an elephant in a river in Thailand and was able to hang on for quite a while.