I am an 18 year American resident of Bodrum, Turkey with a daughter attending the local seventh grade. I have started up two small businesses and currently manage a gulet charter company. I am especially interested in answering questions from female entrepeneurs, and persons interested in local Turkish food, customs and topics related to chartering gulets and wooden boatbuilding in Bodrum.
I have a bachelor's degree in Turkish Literature from the University of California, Berkeley and have worked in the gulet charter industry for 8 years.
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