What do you do at KUNGFU.AI?
"I'm still an undergraduate student, a public health major at the University of Miami with a background in science, very limited background in business. However, I've been helping out doing business development, project management, and inside sales work for the growth team here and I've been working particularly in the healthcare vertical."
How has your internship been so far?
"My internship has been great so far, and actually exceeded my expectations. I thought coming in that it would be limited to more just spreadsheet work. And more busy work just to kill some time. However, I've really learned that I can make a huge impact even as a level like an intern. And so I've been able to attend meetings and learn about sales strategies and sales cycles. And I've really been able to just ask questions to anybody and really learn about the industry and what makes a company go."
What is your proudest accomplishment at KUNGFU.AI?
"My proudest accomplishment... I was fortunate enough during my internship, aside from the work I was doing for KUNGFU, I was able to take on an independent project for my internship. And so I was able to do a geographic healthcare disparity study and I was able to write a paper and work with some really, really smart folks a KUNGFU to do some very basic data analysis, and write a paper explaining the difference between health care costs in different areas of the country." Check out the paper here.
If you could only watch one TV show for the rest of your life, what would it be?
"So if I could watch one TV show for the rest of my life, it would probably be the Sopranos. It's an amazing show. I really like all the actors. Yeah, just fell in love with it."
Can you share a story about your experience with the culture here at KUNGFU.AI?
"So coming in as an intern, I wasn't really sure what to expect or how I'd be treated at a new company. And so given it was my first experience, I had low expectations, but they were exceeded and everyone really took me in under their wing and made me feel really welcome and enabled me to ask questions if I was confused. And, you know, didn't didn't make me feel like I was asking dumb questions. Answer it really took me under their wing. And then when I was able to visit in back in August, at the end of my internship, it was great to meet people in person and continue that kind of collaborative environment even though we're all remote. It's really cool how we're still able to keep such a tight culture."