Martine Glickfeld is a third generation San Franciscan. Needless to say, she’s pretty much the last of a dying breed, and she’s proud of it. Don’t let her small stature fool you; she makes up for it in personality.

Martine spent her Wonder Bread years trying every coffee shop in the city and avoiding parking tickets. After tasting enough coffee and giving a small fortune to San Francisco’s Municipal Transportation Agency, she went to the University of Colorado at Boulder to pursue a degree in advertising. While finishing her last semester in school, she interned at Fear Not where she learned a thing or two about writing, and more importantly, how to play bags.

Now at MUH-TAY-ZIK HOF-FER, Martine currently writes for Netflix and continues to drink lots of coffee.

When she’s not working, Martine enjoys perfecting her almost perfect Chris Tucker impersonation.