2013 Interns

montana_picMontana Bowman, a junior Graphic Design major at MICA, grew up the small central Vermont town of Rochester. Enjoys bicycling, skiing, backpacking, ice hockey, and printmaking. Growing up in a small, rural, and environmentally conscious community prompted him to take interest in many sustainable causes. There were many local families that he knew quite well that lived entirely off the grid, using wind and solar power.

 

 


toni_pic Oluwatoni Fuwape grew up in Nigeria and he completed his secondary school at King’s College Lagos, Nigeria after which he got admitted into West Virginia University (WVU), Morgantown.
In college (WVU) he has been able to work as a tutor, resident assistant as well as an undergraduate research assistant. He is currently pursuing a major in Electrical Engineering as well as minors in Computer Science and Mathematics.

 

 


adam_picAdam Gorski is a Maryland-born senior Electrical Engineer currently enrolled at the University of Maryland College Park. His interests include swimming, biking, soccer, ultimate frisbee, as well as lounging around and relaxing. He has always been fascinated with engineering in the world that surrounds us and is always eager to learn something new.

 

 


garrett_picI am originally from Mesa, Arizona. I now live in Pasadena, Maryland and I am a senior environmental science major with a certificate in GIS at UMBC. I also have worked with sound and lighting production since 2010, and I worked as a mechanic for two years in high school. I am looking to merge my diverse background to further Baltimore’s Electric Vehicle Initiative.

 

 


bryan_picBryan Lee is a 2013 BEVI Summer Intern. He is currently enrolled as a Graduate Student at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in the Geographic Information Systems Masters in Professional Studies. He’s on track to graduate in 2014 and will continue to learn more about the web.

 

 

 


isobel_picIsobel Modica moved to Baltimore, Maryland, to attend the Maryland Institute College of Art. While in school, she is fighting for more sustainable practices on her campus, via her roles in the Students of Sustainability and the Sustainability Committee. She pursues the same aims elsewhere through her involvement with various environmental and political groups such as Blue Water Baltimore, the Healthy Harbor Initiative, The Energy Action Coalition, and Greenpeace.

 

 


megan_picMegan Morrow is an undergraduate student at Johns Hopkins University majoring in Global Environmental Change & Sustainability. She is originally from Tiverton, Rhode Island and spent the last semester studying abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark, examining Sustainability in Europe. At Hopkins, she is involved with the Hopkins Organization for Programming, the Johns Hopkins Outdoors Club, and the MD Gamma Chapter of Pi Beta Phi.

 

 


karen_picKaren Shea is an undergraduate graphic design student in her final year at the Maryland Institute College of art. She grew up in the rainy pacific northwest where she developed persistent convictions about sustainability and independence. Her favorite projects are concerned with social impact and recently include branding for a non-profit bike share initiative, an HIV testing campaign targeting primary care providers and posters for bands of variable amounts of gratitude.

 

 

 


Solar Charging statMy name is Mary Beth and I’m one of the ten interns currently working for BEVI! I’m finishing up my undergraduate years at UMBC this summer, and getting ready to start a career in Media and Communications come fall. This internship was recommended to me by a professor at UMBC, and I instantly decided to apply. What better way to gain experience in my field while also working for sustainability and for a better Earth?

 

 


eudora2_picEudora Zhang is pursuing her Master’s in Geography and Environmental Engineering at JHU. Her interests include the study of economics and the environment, with an emphasis on mathematical programming and optimization. She earned her Bachelor’s in China, and hopes to look at environmental issues through the lens of balancing economic development and ecosystem protection through system analysis. At Hopkins, Eudora is in the graduate sub-funding committee, IAEE and is a Graduate Organization Representative.

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