Busy Accountant Makes Time for Dates and Krystal
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Busy Accountant Makes Time for Dates and Krystal

Andrew Haber, 27, is a Georgia State University graduate who enjoys spending a lot of time with family.

Rachel Fayne

Rachel is a reporter/contributor for the AJT and graduated from the University of Central Florida in Orlando. After post graduate work at Columbia University, she teaches writing at Georgia State and hosts/produces cable programming. She can currently be seen on Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters.

Andrew Haber
Andrew Haber

Andrew Haber likes to keep busy. The 27-year-old majored in management, got a master’s degree from Georgia State University, and landed his dream job from there. As an accountant who enjoys spending a lot of time with family and who’s currently on the hunt for a new condo, it’s likely difficult to make dating a priority. We think Andrew is Such a Catch, so we caught up with him to chat more about what he’s looking for on those dates.

1. What are you looking for in a partner?

I am looking for someone who is kind and adventurous, someone who’s independent, hardworking, and caring. Those are the qualities I’m looking for. Someone who values family, who isn’t afraid to try new things and who likes to get out of their comfort zone would be great to meet.

2. What do you think or have you been told are your best qualities?

I’ve been told my red hair and blue eyes are nice qualities. I think I can make people laugh. That’s important. I also try to be a good friend.

3. How do you spend your spare time?

When I have spare time, I love being outdoors. Specifically, I like hiking, and I currently play in tennis and softball leagues. I play at Piedmont Park, and it can get pretty competitive. It’s great to always meet new people there though. I’ve also recently taken up yoga and salsa dancing. I like to do a little of everything.

4. What is your guilty pleasure?

Late night Krystal’s burgers. They’re delicious.

5. What are some things that are most important in your life? Why are they valuable to you?

Being with friends and family is most important in my life because they’re the people that make me the happiest. My family is incredibly close. Most of them are in Georgia, but I have a twin sister in Connecticut and an older sister in Florida. My parents are here though, and we often get to spend a lot of time together. We really enjoy traveling, and we went to South Africa and Israel most recently together. They’re great role models.

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