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Markkula Center for Applied Ethics

Meet the current team of business ethics interns! Enthusiastic and accomplished students are first screened for knowledge and interest in ethical decision making and hired for internship workplace opportunities where they can experience such issues in action. These placements are made possible through collaboration between prominent Silicon Valley companies and the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.

The Business Ethics Internship Program is proud to have these early-career professionals represent the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics and SCU.

For more information about the program contact Debbie Dembecki.

Ann Codiga

Ann Codiga '21 is a Junior from Santa Cruz majoring in Communication and minoring in Urban Education. Ann is currently working as a Legal Department intern at Adobe. On-campus, Ann is a Senator on Associated Student Government (ASG) and enjoys working with fellow students to help make positive changes on campus. 


Isabella Draskovic 

Isabella Draskovic '21 is a Junior in the Leavey School of Business, currently interning at Adobe as a Legal and Compliance Intern for the 2019-2020 academic year. On-campus, Isabella works at the Career Center as the Executive Director for the Student Alumni Council, and also works for the Alumni Association for several of their annual events. Isabella has been playing tennis since the age of five and has been coaching for the past six years and enjoys coaching during winter and summer breaks.



Max Higareda

Max Higareda '21 is a Junior from Mountain View, California, majoring in Finance with a double minor in Information Systems & Analytics and Real Estate. Currently, Max works as an intern at Adobe Inc. in the Ethics & Legal Compliance department. During the school year, Max is an active member of the SCU Finance Association, SCU Real Estate Association, and LEAD. In his free time, Max loves spending time with his puppy, Duke.




Sameehah Hussain

Sameehah Hussain ‘21 is a third-year Management Information Systems major, with minors in Business Analytics and Entrepreneurship. Born and raised in Silicon Valley, she is looking forward to leveraging her education at SCU to create an impact at the intersection of technology and ethics. Outside of interning at Intel with its Ethics & Legal Compliance team, Sameehah is excited to serve as Co-Chair for the Ciocca Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Student Advisory Board, continue growing through the Leavey School of Business's ACE Leadership Program, and be Vice President of Operations for her professional business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi, this year.




Sam McNeal '19 is a Senior from San Diego, California, double-majoring in Philosophy and English. He is working for Intel in their Ethics & Legal Compliance department until June 2020. During the school year, Sam works as a Writing Partner at SCU's HUB Writing Center and is a member of the Ethics Bowl Team. After graduation, he plans to apply to law school because everyone keeps telling him that the world needs more lawyers.