Meet the Interns | Summer 2022

June 15, 2022

Three new interns are working under the guidance of Dr. Lori Pindar as media communication and engagement interns this spring. Their internship experience in the Department of Communication will include content creation for the departmental blog, YouTube Channel, and other social as well as alumni outreach and interviews, external communication management and upkeep of the departmental newsletter. Learn more about Sophia, Maylin, and Daniella below!

Top Left: Sophia, Bottom Left: Maylin, Bottom Right: Daniella

Sophia Wilkins ‘24 | Communication (BA)

Sophia is a rising junior Communication major with a double minor in Brand Comm and Italian! Though she has not been to Italy yet, you’ll catch her there one day speaking the worst Italian you’ve ever heard! This is now her third semester as an intern for the Department of Communication, so you can find her previous work in the blogs, weekly newsletters, and social media posts! Sophia is from New Jersey and will be spending her summer at the Jersey Shore (don’t worry, it’s not like the TV show). Obviously with a Jersey Shore summer comes a passion for tanning, along with fitness and art!

Maylin Lindsey ‘24 | Economics (BA)

Maylin is a rising junior from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and she is majoring in Economics with a minor in Spanish Studies. Although she is an Economics major she loves branching out and trying new things which is what led her tobecoming a Department of Communications Intern and this is her second semester interning with Dr. Pindar. Maylin loves staying active, coffee, and taking care of her wellness, physically and mentally. One of her other favorite hobbies is reading! So, you can catch her reading all of Colleen Hoover’s books this summer while tanning on the beach in Mexico! 


 Daniella Medvedeva ‘23 | Management  (BS)

Daniella is a Junior from Kaliningrad, Russia, however she spent most of her life living in Mallorca, Spain. She is majoring in International Management with a Brand Communications minor. Daniella forms part of the Clemson women’s tennis team. She is very energetic, positive, goofy, and hardworking. This isn’t only her first internship with Dr.Pindar in the Communications Department, but also her first internship ever. Tennis has taken Daniella all over the world, giving her the opportunity to meet a lot of friends, see different cultures, and explore more than 30 countries. This has also helped her be fluent in 4 languages (English,Spanish,Russian, and Catalan) and understand a couple more. This summer Daniella will be spending in Clemson working out, so you can catch her at the Duckworth Tennis Facility.


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LinkedIn: Department of Communication-Clemson University

YouTube: ClemsonCOMM Channel

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Twitter: @ClemsonCOMM

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