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2016-17 Executive Interns selected

The Office of the President is excited to welcome 11 students to the Executive Internship Program for the 2016-17 academic year. The students were recognized during the Annual Internship Breakfast Friday, May 6 in Lakeside Dining Hall. These students will work with members of the university’s senior leadership team on important projects and key initiatives that advance the university’s strategic plan, The Elon Commitment. This year, the program received over 60 applications. Executive Interns will also attend the fall 2016 Board of Trustee meeting, Evening for Elon in Raleigh, NC, and have multiple opportunities to further develop their leadership and professional skills through customized sessions with the Student Professional Development Center. For more information about the Executive Internship program please visit https://www.elon.edu/e/administration/president/executive-internship/

Micaela Aikins ’16
Hometown: Houston, TX
Major: International Business and Marketing
Minor: Spanish
Placement: Student Life

Gabriela Alvarez ’17
Hometown: Sterling, VA
Major: International Studies and Political Science
Minors: Peace and Conflict Studies and Dance
Placement: Campus Engagement

Heather Lamb ’17
Hometown: Potomac, MD
Major: Sport and Event Management
Minors: Entrepreneurship, Leadership
Placement: Athletics

Kennedy Ojimadu ’17
Hometown: Raleigh, NC
Major: Business Management
Minor: Computer Science
Placement: Office of the President

Anna Rice ’17
Hometown: Naples, FL
Major: Public Health Studies
Minor: Biology, Human Service Studies
Placement: University Advancement

Claudia Rodriguez ’17
Hometown: Aguas Buenas, PR
Major: Psychology
Minor: Criminal Justice
Placement: Office of the Associate Provost for Inclusive Community

Giles Roll ’18
Hometown: Bloomington, IL
Major: Finance
Minor: Leadership Studies
Placement: Office of the Provost

Simone Royal ’17
Hometown: Graham, NC
Major: Psychology
Minor: Public Health
Placement: Admissions

Alex Vandermaas-Peeler ’17 
Hometown: Saxapahaw, NC
Major: Political Science
Minor: Gender Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies, and Leadership
Placement: Office of the Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs

Emma Warman ’17
Hometown: Ellicott City, MD
Major: Strategic Communications
Minor: Poverty and Social Justice
Placement: Center for Access and Success

Sean Webber ’18
Hometown: Annapolis, MD
Major: Economics and Computer Science
Minor: Statistics
Placement: Business, Finance, and Technology

Alahna Booth,
Staff
9/7/2016 10:45 AM