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Info Junkie: Densay Sengsoulavong

By Staff Reports, posted Sep 21, 2018
Densay Sengsoulavong

Densay Sengsoulavong  

Government Affairs Director, Cape Fear Realtors Association

Densay Sengsoulavong works for Cape Fear Realtors Association, which represents over 2,400 real estate professionals in the region. He serves as lead for the group’s activities in the public policy and political arenas.
 
“It’s incredible how quickly decisions can be made and how much information is available at our fingertips. If we’re reacting to legislation or making a statement on public policy, we can easily and quickly assemble our leadership and come up with a position regardless of where they are.”
 
Regularly reads The Economist “for a global perspective”, The New York Times and National Review.
 
Online checks out Reddit, RealClearPolitics, The Hill and Politico
 
Favorite podcast is Freakonomics Radio: “Every episode is insightful – ‘explore the hidden side of everything.’”
 
TV show picks include Parks and Recreation, Game of Thrones and The Man in the High Castle
 
Recent read is The Vanishing American Adult by Ben Sasse; Book recommendation is Kiss, Bow, or Shake Hands by Terri Morrison and Wayne Conaway – “a great book exploring the differences in business etiquette across different countries and cultures. As a casual read, it’s an informative and insightful guide to cross-cultural interaction.”
 
Favorite app: “I check Twitter a least 20 times a day. It’s my go-to for a quick rundown of what’s happening today.” On Twitter: @sengsoulavong
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