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Bowling, Adam

Bowling, Adam

DC Semester: Fall 2012
School: UGA College of Public Health
Type of Internship: Governmental Agency

I am a senior from Powder Springs, Georgia and study Environmental Health in the College of Public Health. While a student at UGA, I have been fortunate to study abroad twice in order to study the use of traditional medicines in China as well as sustainable development and access to healthcare services in Australia. I am very involved on campus and served as a member of the Arch Society.

Cooper, Spencer

Cooper, Spencer

DC Semester: Spring 2009
School: UGA College of Public Health
Type of Internship: Governmental Agency

I graduated from UGA (Go Dawgs!) in May 2009 with B.S. Environmental Health Science and will be graduating from Virginia Tech with an Executive Masters of Natural Resources, Leadership in Sustainability in 2014.  I have four years working as an environmental consultant specializing in Environmental Management Systems and Environmental Compliance. My current position consists of starting an office/branch in the D.C. Metro area with an engineering/environmental firm called Alfred Benesch & Company (www.benesch.com). Responsibilities include marketing, sales, business development, executing projects and developing and leading a company-wide sustainability program. Interests include traveling, service-learning, learning something new, enjoying time with friends, playing music and wake boarding.

Karim, Mehreen

Karim, Mehreen

DC Semester: Spring 2016
School: UGA College of Public Health, UGA School of Public and International Affairs
Type of Internship: Nonprofit Organization, Political Advocacy, Think Tank

I interned at the Center for American Progress (CAP) in Washington D.C. for the first half of this year. CAP is a progressive think tank that produces policy and advocacy. I worked with the Women’s Initiative team, where I did research and note taking for D.C.’s feminist experts (badasses/Michelle Obama’s friends). I watched and learned from some of the most essential movers and shakers of women’s economic and health policy.

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