5 minutes with...Gosia Luszpinska, UnixPac

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This article appeared in the June, 2009 issue of CRN magazine.

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5 minutes with...Gosia Luszpinska, UnixPac

How long have you worked at UnixPac?
Nearly four years.

What's your role?
Marketing channel manager I'm approaching 10 years of marketing and public relations experience.

Where were you born?
Poland I came to Australia in 2004.

If you weren't in your current role where would you be?
In Egypt, digging. I love art and history and I have always loved archaeology.

Who would be your ultimate discovery?
Cleopatra and Marc Antony. But so much fascinates me such as the story of Hatshepsut, the first female pharaoh. She was from the 18th dynasty (1550-1292 BC).

She was one of the most successful pharaohs in Egypt. She was a pharaoh for about 20 years and it was a golden time for Egypt. But after her death she disappeared from history and her pictures, chapel, tomb, statues were all removed.

For ages archeologists wanted to locate her mummy and find out more about her life. It happened in 2006.

Have you been there?

How do you start your day?
I'm not a morning person.

What don't you leave the house without?
My iPod and mobile.

What can't you live without?
Exercise and freedom. It's the power that allows you to do anything and allows for a confident and strong mind.

What is your exercise regimen?
I swim 1.5 km three times a week. It's very important. When I swim I plan my day - it helps me relax and think. I also do Pilates, Body Pump and I rolle

Is there anything you would miss exercise for?
Nothing. My social life begins in the evening after exercise.

Do you have a favourite book or author?
Yes, James Clavell. I think if you give something to your body [exercise] you need to give something to the mind - hence I love reading.

Do you have a nickname?

If your life was a book what would it be called?
Accidents Happen.

Do you have a favourite Polish cuisine?
Polish vodka: Wyborowa & Belvedere. I also love Polish cakes.

Who is the hottest guy in the channel?
IT guys are attractive. There's a lot of intellect among them.

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