Current Business Ethics Interns
Tyler is a Junior from Eagle Point, Oregon, double majoring in Political Science and Arabic, Islamic Middle Eastern Studies. This summer he will be interning for Cisco in their Brand Protection department. He is a member of the Prelaw program, the Political Science Honors Program and Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society as well as the Founding President of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity at Santa Clara University. After graduation Tyler plans to attend law school and then pursue a career in international law.
Nithya Kiron is a sophomore Marketing major and Philosophy minor at Santa Clara University. She is a Compliance Intern with Adobe and will be working during the Spring and Summer. Nithya aspires to be a corporate attorney and looks forward to enhance her awareness and knowledge about ethics in the business world. She is actively involved on campus in Alpha Kappa Psi, Peer Advising for the Leavey School of Business, and a member of the Accelerated Leadership Education (ACE) Program. In her free time Nithya enjoys going on walks with her dog and reading.
Miles Elliott is a senior from Lafayette, California, double majoring in Communication and Philosophy. Presently, he is interning at Intel as a legal clerk for the Ethics & Legal Compliance program. During the school year, Miles also works for the Philosophy department where he helps design virtual reality representations of classical thought experiments. Miles also is a founding father and the current President of the Santa Clara chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Following graduation. He will be applying to law schools this next year.
Bo Kendall is a senior from Missoula, Montana, double majoring in Communication and Philosophy. He is interning for Intel in the Ethics & Legal Compliance department over the summer and for the 2018-19 academic year. After college, Bo hopes to attend law school. Bo is currently the President of the Sigma Chi fraternity at Santa Clara. During his time at SCU, he has also been a member of the men’s club lacrosse team as well as a reporter for The Santa Clara, the student newspaper.