Seven Letter Highlights: 2021 Summer Fellow and Interns 

07.28.21

In honor of National Intern Day, we are recognizing our summer fellows and interns that have supported our teams in our Washington and Boston offices. Read on to learn about their favorite memories of their summer at Seven Letter.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adam Segal, Fellow  

Graduate at American University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations and Strategic Communications 

1. What’s one thing you learned about the communications industry while working at Seven Letter?  

It’s possible to work at an agency that can be both fast-paced and incredibly supportive. 

2. What summer song would you use to describe your time with Seven Letter? 

Feeling Good by Nina Simone 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anthony Thomas, Fellow  

First Year Master’s Program at George Washington University majoring in Media and Strategic Communications  

1. What advice would you give future Seven Letter interns?  

Apply yourself and make sure to be proactive! The more you ask to take on different assignments, the more you will get out of the opportunity.  

2. What summer song would you use to describe your time with Seven Letter?   

Feels Like Summer” by Childish Gambino. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raga Chilakamarri, Intern 

Junior at Tufts University double majoring in Economics and English with a minor in Film and Media Studies 

1. What’s a favorite Seven Letter memory? 

Connecting with my mentor Matt George and learning how Seven Letter Insight conducts research. It’s been incredibly “insightful” to understand how messaging for political advertisements and issue-advocacy campaigns are developed and deployed among influential and key audiences.  

2. What summer song would you use to describe your time with Seven Letter?  

This is a hard one! Even though it may not be considered a summer song, I just can’t seem to get the chorus from Dolly Parton’s “9 to 5” out of my head. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aidan Donovan, Intern  

Junior at Boston University majoring in International Relations and Marine Science  

1. What were you most surprised to learn?  

It was interesting to see that PR firms often interact with executives across different job functions and not just communications staff 

2. What summer song would you use to describe your time with Seven Letter?   

Let’s Go Crazy by Prince 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nicholas Del Rosso, Intern    

Senior at University of Virginia majoring in English and History  

1. What’s your favorite part of the work day 

Logging on in the very beginning of each day to see how projects and client needs have evolved since just yesterday’s end of business. 

2. What summer song would you use to describe your time with Seven Letter?   

“Good Day” by Nappy Roots. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Juliana Hamel, Intern 

Sophomore at Quinnipiac University majoring in Public Relations and Journalism 

1. What’s one thing you learned about the communications industry while working at Seven Letter?  

I learned that the communications industry is incredibly collaborative, and the best work gets done when everyone can pitch in and contribute to a project. 

2. What summer song would you use to describe your time with Seven Letter?   

That’s a tough one, but maybe “No Judgement” by Niall Horan 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sophie Hare, Intern  

Junior at University of Chicago majoring Public Policy and Spanish 

1. What’s your favorite part of the work day 

Whenever I get to meet one-on-one with a member of my client teams. Everyone is always super generous with their time when helping me learn something new or providing feedback. 

2. What summer song would you use to describe your time with Seven Letter?   

Stop” by Anthony Ramos. I’m a huge Hamilton fan and I just saw In The Heights so naturally I love Anthony Ramos. This summer and my time at Seven Letter is going by way too quickly 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nicole Juliano, Intern

Senior at Suffolk University majoring in Public Relations 

1. What advice would you give future Seven Letter interns? 

Ask questions!  

2. What summer song would you use to describe your time with Seven Letter?   

“Dancing in the Moonlight” by King Harvest.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mattie Stauss, Intern  

Senior at Denison University majoring in Political Science 

1. What’s one thing you learned about the communications industry while working at Seven Letter?  

That there are so many different layers to every aspect of the communications industry. Behind every tweet and news article, there are countless hours spent crafting so many different drafts so that everything that is released resonates with the target audience. 

2. What summer song would you use to describe your time with Seven Letter?   

Takin Care of Business” by Bachman–Turner Overdrive