June 13, 2016 Germar Reed

Introducing Our Summer 2016 Intern

The start of a new semester means a great intern for Growth Strats. If you know anything about our internship program, then you know Growth Strats interns don’t make company coffee runs (unless they develop our office-wide addiction to Baker and Barista). Our interns are here to learn, grow and make an impact. We’re always excited to bring on new interns that contribute fresh ideas to the team.

This summer, Growth Strats welcomes one awesome intern to assist in data analysis and we can’t wait to see what he achieve.


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Tamerat Mulugeta joins Growth Strats as an Analytics Intern. He currently attends the University of Maryland, College Park where he plans to graduate with a degree in finance and information systems in 2018. After graduation, Tamerat hopes to put his entrepreneurial spirit to use in the consulting field where he will be able to broaden his skill-set, drive innovation, and add value to a variety of clients both commercial and public sector.

Tamerat was initially interested in Growth Strats’ advanced analytics focus.  He firmly believes that analytics is the future of business. While interning this summer, Tamerat hopes to get his hands dirty and hone his skills in Google Analytics, SQL, Tableau, and other aspects of the business that are essential to adding value to Growth Strats.

He joins us with two years of undergraduate studies under his belt and an exciting study abroad experience in South Africa. At school he serves as the vice president of finance for the Black Business Association and an executive board member for College Success Scholars, a program focused on mentorship and professional development at the University of Maryland.

When he’s not at the office or in class, Tamerat enjoys playing basketball with friends, working out, and mentoring younger students of diverse backgrounds.