Lieutenant Felipe Valenciano
Name Felipe Valenciano
Position Chief Counselor
|Hair Color||Dark brown|
|Physical Description||Tall and lanky, could easily pass for a 19/20 year old. Handsome in a dark, swarthy sort of way.|
|Father||Antonio Valenciano (adoptive)|
|Mother||Lucretia Valenciano (adoptive)|
Personality & Traits
|General Overview||Calm, duty-focused and professional during working hours. Off-duty tends to be a goober. Likely to be found sliding on the floors of his quarters in socks, singing to a spoon.|
|Strengths & Weaknesses||Strengths: Well educated, capable, excellent memory, born listener, diplomatic experience. Weaknesses: Wears his heart on his sleeve, not quite a pacifist but hesitant to employ force. Tends to see the best in people despite his education and experiences telling him otherwise.|
|Ambitions||Hopes to make first contact with a race and guide them all the way through to membership in the Federation.|
|Hobbies & Interests||Singing, playing traditional Spanish guitar, socializing, and playing with his dog, Corazon.|
|Personal History||Felipe was found as a child in an escape pod that entered Federation territory from unclaimed space. He had been alone for several days and was nearly starved to death. Eventually he was brought to Earth, where he was adopted by Antonio and Lucretia Valenciano, Spanish farmers who raise Andalusian horses. Felipe thinks of himself as a true Spaniard, preferring late dinners, good company and dancing. He has always been grateful for the help he received, and devoted his life to helping others as a counselor.
After completing his Psychology education, including semesters on Vulcan and Betazed, he took a year off to decide how best to apply his skills, finally deciding on Starfleet, as they were the ones who found him. Although he is in his thirties and educated, he is a bit immature while off-duty. He would still be considered an adolescent among his native peoples.
|Service Record||Unknown. I’d hope to start at a higher rank as I’m a fairly experienced sinner. But open to discussion|