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"What I really came to understand is that I would have to be more methodical about dating and come up with a game plan," Su said.
So he turned to a cottage industry that has blossomed to help Silicon Valley solos meet their match: high-class, high-priced yentas.
With one broken engagement behind her, Weich, in the words of "Bachelorette" contestant and new author Jen Schefft, would much rather be "single than sorry." She has an exciting, globetrotting career accompanying Chambers to meetings with the leaders of other countries and corporate America, a hyperactive social life with a wide circle of family and friends, and even time for charity work.
Weich says she is definitely not on a biological clock countdown and is prepared to take her time in finding the right person.
I don't want to miss out." Shannon Weich, an energetic and successful 37-year-old Los Gatos native who is one of three communications managers for Cisco CEO John Chambers, finds herself in a similar predicament.
She called on Marin County mother-and-daughter matchmakers Jill and Amber Kelleher, who have been credited with finding love for three Grammy Award-winning singers, four Academy Award-winning producers and directors, three former supermodels and one of the country's top NBA players in addition to countless high-tech executives.
I want to have a great relationship.' " Yet how to meet a mate?
They are getting too old to cruise trendy Yelp parties or to ride the N-Judah in hopes of getting picked up on Craigslist's "Missed Connections." They haven't found a single drinking establishment between Palo Alto and San Jose that serves up a better ratio of men to women than Anchorage, Alaska.
Eight months ago, her first date with Alex Gould, the 35-year-old CEO of Revolution Media in Palo Alto and a Stanford University economics instructor, lasted eight hours. But two weeks ago, they started shopping for rings.
His matchmaker is Amy Andersen, the 30-year-old founder of Palo Alto-based Linx Dating LLC, a company with a unique Bay Area twist: Andersen's company pairs San Francisco women with Silicon Valley men.
The idea came to her back in 2001 when she herself was dating a man who had loads of buddies who were single bachelors sporting Ivy League degrees and high-powered careers but few romantic prospects.
The Palo Alto resident is looking for a woman who shares his love of museums, music and his black Labrador, Layla.
"If you had asked me 10 years ago, I never would have thought I would be doing this, but I have come to really look forward to receiving introductions from Amy," Su said.