Interning is an important step in professional development. This summer our interns collaborated with MACP teams on several projects to build their skills, grow their networks, and further their understanding of philanthropy. Please join us as we celebrate them and their achievements!
Vincent Cody, Intern, Finance. Vincent (he/him/his) joined the Finance team and is attending Augsburg University where he served as American Indian Student Services Program Assistant, promoting a healthy work environment for all within a shared space. There, he is also Treasurer for the Augsburg Indigenous Student Association, keeping accurate financial budget records. Vincent is a member of the Red Lake Nation and is pursuing his Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Accounting and Finance, anticipating graduation in 2023.
Brianna Davis, Intern, Legal. Brianna (she/her/hers) joined the Legal team as a Graduate Intern and worked remotely throughout her internship. She assisted the team with various legal matters including research, document drafting, and special projects. She is pursuing her JD from Florida Agricultural And Mechanical University – College of Law with an anticipated graduation in 2023. She has her Bachelor of Arts in Administration of Justice from Howard University.
Kaltuma Hassan, Intern, Finance. Kaltuma (she/her/hers) joined the Finance team after working as a Home Healthcare Worker at MRCI-CDS where she assisted clients with daily needs and provided a comfortable environment. Prior to that she was a Crew Member at Taco John’s, and she is also a member of the National Association of Black Accountants and the MSU Accounting Club. Kaltuma is pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Minnesota State University, Mankato with an anticipated graduation in 2023.
Lettu Konshie, Intern, Investments. Lettu (she/her/hers) joined the Investment Team, assisting with analyzing the risk exposures of investment opportunities, tracking the performances of multi-asset classes, and creating models to statistically summarizes historical investment data. Lettu is participating in the Girls Who Invest program. She is a rising junior at Carleton College majoring in economics with plans to graduate in June 2024. In addition, Lettu has several leadership experiences through her volunteer activities at Carleton College and Swipe Out Hunger.
Ceren Turk, Intern, Investments. Ceren (she/her/hers) joined the Investment team through the John W. Rogers Jr. Internship Program in Finance at The University of Chicago. She assisted the team in evaluating new investment opportunities in Emerging Market Debt, monitoring existing investments across the Credit Portfolio, and analyzing factor exposures using various climate data modeling tools. Ceren recently completed an intensive finance training program with Girls Who Invest. She is pursuing her Bachelor of Arts in Economics with a minor in Data Science from The University of Chicago, anticipating graduation in June 2024.