The Big Orange Slide

This post is part of our Summer Intern Blog Series! Each of our most recent class of interns wrote a blog post on their biggest accomplishments and lessons of the summer. This installment comes from Sarah, a rising senior at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of International Relations and Public Affairs. At Princeton, she is also pursuing a certificate in Information and Technology, is an officer of TigerTables, and loves to run in her free time. Being from Boston, she is also a huge Patriots fan.

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The Life of a Finance Intern in Ad Tech

This post is part of our Summer Intern Blog Series! Each of our most recent class of interns wrote a blog post on their biggest accomplishments and lessons of the summer. This installment comes from Kelly, a senior at Lehigh University majoring in Finance with a focus in Accounting. There, she is a member of the Women’s Lacrosse team. While she’s not playing lacrosse or studying, you can find her outside at the beach, hiking, or finding new ways to stay active.

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Lessons from New York City’s Most Powerful Woman

As deputy mayor for housing and economic development, Alicia Glen is the highest-ranking woman in New York City government. Since leaving Goldman Sachs to join mayor Bill de Blasio’s cabinet at the end of 2013, she’s worked to expand economic opportunity in America’s largest city while presiding over major municipal agencies like the Department of City Planning and the Economic Development Corporation.

All of this is to say that it’s with good reason that Crain’s New York Business has named Glen the most powerful woman in New York City on two separate occasions. In her morning keynote at the 2017 AppNexus Women’s Leadership Forum, Glen urged an audience of more than 260 current and aspiring leaders to use their own influence to manifest more power for themselves and other women.

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How the AppNexus Programmable Platform Balances Performance and Usability

When you ask the team behind the AppNexus Programmable Platform (APP) where they drew their inspiration from, you may be surprised to hear them say, “Tesla.” `After all, what could a DSP and an electric car possibly have in common?

More than you’d think. Please, hear us out.

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Becoming an Expert in 10 Weeks?

This post is part of our Summer Intern Blog Series! Each of our most recent class of interns wrote a blog post on their biggest accomplishments and lessons of the summer. This installment comes from Elizabeth, a rising senior at Princeton University studying East Asian Studies. She enjoys playing piano, conversing in languages she hasn’t fully mastered, and trying all the cheeses.

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