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Markkula Center for Applied Ethics

Student Interns

Meet the Marketing and Communications Interns

The Ethics Center works with SCU 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 management, social media, newsletter publishing, virtual events and creation of visual assets.

 


 2021-22 Marketing and Communications Interns

 

Mackenzie Airhart. Student at Santa Clara University and Marketing and Communications Intern at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics

Mackenzie Airhart ’22

Mackenzie, a senior, is a marketing major from Illinois, minoring in business analytics and retail studies. Mackenzie serves as the social media lead for the marketing and communications team, and is involved in all levels of content production from content sourcing, editorial calendar development, and creating visual assets. When she's not content creating or Zooming you can find her at the beach, Trader Joe’s, or watching reality tv.
 
 
 
 
Lucas Bush. Student at Santa Clara University and Marketing and Communications Intern at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
 
Lucas Bush ’23
 
Lucas is a junior, from Washington, working toward a double major in Political Science and Ethnic Studies. Lucas primarly works on writing, story generation, promotional text, and social media content, including the production of the Ethics Center monthly newsletter. When not in class or work, Lucas is a member of Audiosync, one of the a capella groups on campus, and spends much of his personal time rooting for the Seattle Sounders and Seahawks.
 
 
 
 
Katherine Chen. Student at Santa Clara University and Marketing and Communications Intern at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Katherine Chen ’22

Katie is a senior from the Bay Area majoring in Public Health with minors in Entrepreneurship and Sociology. She is involved in the PHE program, is a research assistant, and part of Alpha Kappa Psi, the professional business fraternity on campus. Katie has worked with the team since 2020 and contributes through creation of visual elements for Center newsletters, website pages, and social channels. In her spare time Katie enjoys baking and spending time at the beach.

 

 
 
 
Claire Lindstadt
Claire Lindstadt ’22
 
Claire is a senior in the University Honors Program, majoring in environmental science and minoring in religious studies. Off-campus, she volunteers with LGBTQ+ community centers, studies digital design, and tends a houseplant garden. Claire brings experience in web UI/UX, project management, and design, and works primarily on website content management and with projects that require a visual element.