Name: Lilibeth Wolfe
Graduation Year: May 2018
Major(s)/Minor(s): Marketing management and Advertising
Hometown: Gurabo, Puerto Rico
Wolfe is a dual major in marketing and advertisement with the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and the Whitman School. She also serves as a resident advisor, president of the business honor society Beta Gamma Sigma and is a SU Abroad Beijing global ambassador.
“I am very passionate about the time I spent abroad in China,” reflected Wolfe. “Having the opportunity to share my experiences and recruit students for the program brings me immense joy.”
The internship experience Wolfe has had expresses the same passion. She previously interned at the U.S. Department of Agriculture as a member of the Data Analytics team. She helped the Northeast region perform fiscal oversight activities of state agencies, and also participated in planning promotional activities for community events. Her favorite aspect was learning how to use software programs like Tableau and ArcGIS.
“I value the relationships I have formed with Whitman’s faculty and staff the most,” said Wolfe. “I thank the counselors and professors who have understood my aspirations and helped me realize my goals during my time at Whitman.”
After graduation, she wants to pursue a career in media planning or ad sales at a media agency or conglomerate. Her ultimate dream is to work in movie marketing.
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