Current Interns

Dilorom Azamova

Marketing and Recruiting Intern, Lynn Hazan & Associates

Hometown: Tashkent, Uzbekistan

  • Education: North Central College
  • Major: BA in Economics and Psychology ’16, MBA ’18

Career Aspirations:  To become an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist 

Why LH&A:

  • Hands on experience sourcing talents for variety of industries
  • Professional growth and communication
  • Excellent networking opportunity

My Six Word Story: Voracious learner to inspire talents globally.

My Five Calling Cards:

  1. Bringing out Potential (Enterprising)
  2. Facilitating Change (Social)
  3. Exploring the Way (Enterprising)
  4. Seeing the Big Picture (Artistic)
  5.  Getting to the Heart of Matters (Investigative)

 

Kelsi Cornett

Marketing and Recruiting Intern, Lynn Hazan & Associates

Hometown: Maryville, TN

  • Education: DePaul University Freshman
  • Major: Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Business Management

Career Aspirations:  To become an Industrial Consultant

Why LH&A:

  • Have an interest in consulting
  • Gain business knowledge and grow professionally
  • Work hands-on with the president of a company

My Six Word Story: Ambitious Student Eager to Gain Experience

My Five Calling Cards:

  1. Organizing Things(Conventional)
  2. Building Relationships (Social)
  3. Empowering Others (Enterprising)
  4. Solving Problems (Realistic)
  5.  Creating Trust (Social)

Sadiqa Khan

Marketing and Recruiting Intern, Lynn Hazan & Associates

Hometown: Glendale Heights, IL

  • Education: DePaul University Junior
  • Major: Management Information Systems

Career Aspirations:  To use my knowledge and skills in problem-solving and change management for organizations that are working to change the world for the better

Why LH&A:

  • To learn from Lynn on how to create and maintain professional relationships
  • Gain professional experience

My Six Word Story: Caring Ready To Grow Inspirational Female

My Five Calling Cards:

  1. Healing Wounds(Social)
  2. Giving Care (Social)
  3. Organizing Things (Conventional)
  4. Making Things Work (Realistic)
  5.  Making Connections (Investigating)