I've been a fan of motocross since I was 13 years old and saw the movie Motocrossed on Disney Channel. Having no prior knowledge of the sport, or relatives or friends who rode to guide me, I was on my own to learn as much as I could about it after getting "the bug." I started watching races on TV and picking up issues of Racer X Illustrated from my local bookstore's magazine rack. I bookmarked every motocross website I could find, and joined the DMXS Radio online forum and started chatting with other moto fans across the country and worldwide. When I was old enough to get my driver's license, I made the three-hour drive across my home state of Massachusetts to MX-338 in Southwick to attend the AMA Motocross National in 2004. I was hooked! I dreamed of working for a magazine like Racer X when I grew up. I excelled at English in high school and decided to pursue a career in journalism. I attended the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and earned my bachelor's degree in English. After college, I joined a transcription and court reporting firm working as a legal transcriptionist. (Typing all of those English papers in college had really honed my typing skills!) For my birthday in February of 2011, I traveled to Atlanta, Georgia to attend the Atlanta Supercross and the annual DMXS Radio Pre-Party the night before the race. At the party, I met a motocross photojournalist who divulged that the one thing he disliked about the job was transcribing interviews. I mentioned that I worked as a transcriptionist, and he offered to hire me to transcribe his interviews. I gladly agreed!
Several years later, KABRO CO. has grown through word-of-mouth referrals to serve over twenty clients worldwide, covering all facets of motorcycle racing, including motocross, supercross, flat track, enduro, trials, superbike, and MotoGP, with work appearing in various forms of media ranging from websites and magazines to documentaries and books. Other industries KABRO CO. has served include legal, education, and motivational speaking.