We’re pleased to announce our Spring 2012 Internship class. We had a terrific response and are eager to begin the program in February.
You will be seeing their names on our published work over the course of the next few months. To give you a feel for the group we introduce them here:
Ben Gorman — Ben is attending Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh and expects to receive his BA Economics/BS Statistics in May of 2012. He has some background in investment analysis and will be focused on some of our work in big data, analytics and collaboration.
Vivian Lee — Vivian is pursuing her BS in Management Science and Economics at MIT with an expected graduation in June of 2012. She already has numerous initiatives to her credit and diverse interests including the performing arts. Her mix of technology knowledge, financial analysis and artistic sensibilities may help us get deeper into some of the design-led innovations that are driving more of technology success today.
Michael Maher — Michael has completed his BS in Economics from Salem State University and also received a “working man’s PhD” by managing a real business over the ten years. He’s also taken his own initiative to publish his own stock analysis which is his passion. His prior work has drawn him into some solid information technology areas so he will be working on more of our “hard tech” names.
Se Ouk Oh — Se Ouk moved to the US from Korea in 2008 and completed his studies in economics, accounting and business administration at Dominican University in River Forest, IL in May of 2011. He’s now living in NYC and eager to build a base of practical experience that will position him for a successful part in “the big show” that is NYC finance.
Micah Plevyak — Micah is enrolled at the MBA program at the Carroll School of Management at Boston College. He completed his undergraduate work at Dickinson College in Carlisle PA before working for several years in healthcare operations. We’re already publishing a note (on AVG Technologies) that Micah helped to craft during the R2 application process.
All of our interns jumped through some hoops to make it into the program and their prospects look bright. They will all be working through the areas outlined in our original post and gaining the experiences that should serve as a perfect way to grow and increase our capabilities at the same time.