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Meet our New Account Services Intern, Emily

Picture1Hi everyone! My name is Emily Allen and I’m super excited to be joining the team here at The Cyphers Agency as the account services intern. This fall, I will be entering my senior year at the University of Maryland, College Park. I plan to graduate next spring with a degree in communications, specifically public relations, and a degree in business. I have always been very into my own social media accounts so I love that I get to study social media in school and I’m thrilled that I have this opportunity to further my education this summer.

In my free time, I love spending time with family and friends. I’m also quite the adventure seeker. I love exploring new places, trying new foods, and looking for my next adrenaline rush (hopefully I can find something to top last summer’s skydive!) I am extremely involved in my sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha, and I’m very passionate about our national philanthropy, Breast Cancer Education and Awareness.

This summer, while I’m not working, I’ll probably be feeding my coffee addiction or trying to find any excuse to escape to the beach. Other than that, I’ll be here trying to learn as much as I can! Cant wait to see what’s in store!

 

 

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