Welcome to our (amazing) 2013 winter interns!
Our events and programs are reliant on hardworking and dedicated individuals. We are so appreciative of all our past and current interns for their commitment to the American Diabetes Association and the success of its events and programs. We're always looking for additional help! If you're interested in an internship at our local Chicago office, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or if you'd like to volunteer at one of our events, please visit diabetes.org/volunteer.
Youth Initiatives - Camp
Adrian Marberry is from Danville, IL- but currently resides in Chicago. Her transition from a small country town to the largest city in Illinois has been an adventure. This is her last semester at Northern Illinois University, where she will graduate with a degree in Public Health. She plans on eventually going back to school for nursing or P.A.
Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes
Katherine Luna is currently a senior at Loyola University Chicago studying advertising and public relations with a minor in marketing. Her days are spent balancing classes, two jobs and extracurricular activities. As of this fall, she is the Membership Director for Loyola's student chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators. Katherine works at Loyola's Financial Services and the Business Career Services as a student worker. On her days off, she enjoys long Netflix marathons and scrap-booking.
Santiago Rodriguez Gutierrez
Por tu Familia Intern
Santiago is finishing his senior year at Illinois Institute of Technology. He is a Business Administration (Marketing Management) major and Organizational Psychology minor. His interest is on Impact Organization, Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship. He hopes to work with organizations that have a direct meaningful impacts on people's lives. When he is not in volunteering in the community, or in business competitions, or exploring the Chicago cuisine, he is most likely found at the closest coffee shop.
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