“Google was a result of a referral from a fraternity brother from Whitman. Poole thrives at Facebook because he says it’s a dynamic company and he’s working with brilliant employees who are all “passionate about what Facebook is trying to accomplish – connect everybody with frictionless sharing.” Just as television viewers have misconceptions about reality shows like “The Bachelorette,” Facebook users have misconceptions about the social networking company.
“People don’t realize that Facebook is a company in the traditional sense.
He was probably the most easygoing, genuine person of the bunch,” Poole said.
Oatmeal, Berries If you could have one superpower, what would it be? “Obviously, I wanted to meet somebody cool and potentially find a wife. ” Heck, it beats trying to find a companion on Ok Cupid, although at least with online dating there are no television cameras.
“It’s surreal, but at a certain point you forget about the cameras,” Poole said.
Photo courtesy of ABC/Rick Rowell By Edward Weinman In a top-secret location, somewhere near Malibu, Calif., Andrew Poole ’06 spent last spring in what he called “the most posh prison on the face of the Earth.” That luxurious prison was no prison at all.
It was the mansion where ABC producers filmed the hit series “The Bachelorette.” Poole, a media solutions strategist at Facebook, was competing with more than 20 eligible bachelors for the love and affection of Andi Dorfman, a 26-year-old assistant district attorney.
I like traveling, camping, movies and hanging with friends.