Meet the Marketing and Communications Interns
The Ethics Center works with Santa Clara University students through many of its programs, internships, and fellowships to help them grow independently within their respective fields. One of those programs brings in talented students to help with the Center’s marketing and communication efforts.
The students are engaged in all aspects of the many communication channels that support the work of the Ethics Center from website content creation and management, social media, report and newsletter publishing, promoting in-person and virtual events, and creation of visual assets.
The opportunity draws applicants from a wide range of disciplines including web and graphic design, writing, journalism, marketing, management, political science, and philosophy.
2023-24 Marketing and Communications Interns
Mia Kanter ‘24
Mia Kanter is a Dance and French studies major in the College of Arts and Sciences. This is her first year as a Marketing and Communications intern with the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. She is excited to explore the opportunities that the Ethics Center provides for the SCU student body while participating in community outreach and research.
Mia Lassiter ’25
Mia Lassiter is studying web design in the School of Engineering. She has work experience in website design and management, user experience, and graphic design. Mia’s artistic interests extend beyond web design: she designs and sews women’s formalwear, draws realistic portraits, and creates digital art in her spare time. She is excited to join the team and collaborate with peers to improve users’ digital experience of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics!
Betty is a senior marketing major. Betty has worked for the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics as a Marketing and Communications Intern since her junior year. Betty aides the Ethics Center by creating, contributing to, and publishing social media content, and helps with planning, creating and distributing the Center's monthly newsletter.
Gigi Patmore ’26
Gigi Patmore is a sophomore in the School of Engineering studying electrical and computer engineering. As a Marketing and Communications Intern focused on social media management Gigi will be creating content for the Markkula Center's Instagram other social media accounts as well as working to develop and maintain webpages and content for the Ethics Center website. Outside of her new position on the MarComm team Gigi is also involved in SWE, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and ACM on campus.
Tiffany Yu ’26
Tiffany is a sophomore from Irvine, California majoring in marketing and minoring in graphic design. She is excited to learn more about social media and marketing content creation at the Ethics Center. On campus, Tiffany is a part of CSA (Chinese Student Association). In her free time, Tiffany enjoys playing video games, listening to podcasts, and illustrating.
Priscilla Zheng '24