08 Jun Intern Spotlight: Abigail Nealis
We have a new group of interns this summer. This week, we introduce you to Abigail Nealis. Abigail, a 20 year-old Finance Major at the University of Southern Indiana, is in her fourth week at AMT.
What are you doing at AMT this summer?
I work with the sales team, so I’ve been making a lot of phone calls and sending emails and postcards.
What’s your favorite thing about AMT so far?
That my desk is close to the coffee pot . . . kidding! My favorite thing is that no two days are the same, so it keeps things interesting.
You’re studying Finance at the University of Southern Indiana?
Yes, I also added a minor in marketing which I’m really enjoying.
Color: Emerald Green which is also my birthstone.
Sports team: The St. Louis Cardinals
Television show: I never get tired of The Office and New Girl.
Music: I mostly listen to country, or Taylor Swift . . . or country Taylor Swift.
Podcast: I love The Office Ladies Podcast. My favorite episode would have to be the one that covers Season 4, Episode 13: Dinner Party.
Food: My grandma’s lasagna.
Vacation spot: Any time I can get to the beach is the best vacation in my book.
Tea or coffee: Definitely coffee. One time someone said it matches my personality that I drink black coffee. Not really sure what that was about. I also enjoy some tea every once in a while.
Do you have any siblings?
I have two younger brothers, Alex and Ayden. I love being an older sister and going to all of their sporting events.
If someone gave you an elephant, what would you do with it?
I’d probably keep it in my backyard and let the neighborhood kids ride it around. I don’t think my dog would like sharing his backyard with an elephant though.
If you could choose an actor to play you in the story of your life, who would it be?
I would probably pick Drew Barrymore just because my dad says I look like her.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?
All of my best advice comes from my mom. She has always told me to “always do the extra credit” and “don’t take yourself too seriously.”
That’s pretty good advice! Welcome Abigail!