As part of its newly launched North America Business Development Internship Program, Baker McKenzie welcomed three undergraduate students pursuing business development, marketing, or legal careers for an eight-week-long program. Carianne Asberry, Jewel Crouch, and Kaylin Bronson will support the Firm's business development team throughout the North America region, working on client engagement, marketing, communications, and business development activities. They join the Firm from Louisiana State University and Florida A&M University, two nationally ranked, land-grant Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the United States.
Carianne Asberry is studying mass communication with a concentration in political communications and a minor in psychology at Louisiana State University. Upon completing her undergraduate degree, Carianne hopes to attend law school to pursue a career as a corporate and entertainment attorney.
Jewel Crouch is a third-year criminal justice student minoring in political science at Florida A&M University. Upon completing her undergraduate degree, Jewel plans to attend law school in Florida to pursue a career in criminal law.
Kaylin Bronson is a third-year political science student minoring in business administration at Florida A&M University. Kaylin aspires to become an attorney and to later open her own firm.
"We are thrilled to be welcoming Carianne, Jewel, and Kaylin to our Business Development, Marketing and Communications team. Their diversity of experiences and areas of focus will usher in new ideas that will no doubt help expand our client reach and engagement, while providing an opportunity to build a more inclusive talent pipeline for the future of legal marketing," said JeanMarie Campbell, Head of Client Development for North America at Baker McKenzie.
Baker McKenzie's Business Development Internship Program will run from 1 June to 23 July 2021.