Originally from Madrid, Spain, Patricia will graduate in May 2019 from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering. During her time at Georgia Tech, she served as part of the Board of Directors of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and the Allocations Committee of the Georgia Tech Student Foundation, and she also had the opportunity of studying abroad in Lorraine, France. In the professional arena, she interned at one of the largest U.S. airlines and a high-speed train manufacturer company in Europe.
In her free time, Patricia enjoys travelling around the world, practicing rhythmic gymnastics, and watching soccer games with her friends and family.
Eden is originally from Suwanee, Georgia and will be a May 2019 graduate from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Strategy and Innovation. During her college career, Eden had the opportunity to study abroad in Oxford, England while traveling all over Europe for three months. She also became deeply involved in Georgia Tech's new student orientation program. Her past opportunities include working here at Cox Communications for a three-semester co-op program with the Video Product team, which led her to apply to the LEAD Program.
Some of her passions include running, reading, going to the theater, and the occasional Pinterest project.
Holly is from Carlisle, Massachusetts and graduated from University of North Carolina Wilmington Honors College in May of 2017. As a Wilmington Fellow, she majored in Communication Studies and minored in Psychology. While in Wilmington, Holly mentored incoming honors students, edited for the Honors Student Media Board, and anchored Seahawk Central News. In her third and final year of undergrad, she conducted research on consumer behavior for Cox Media Group. After working in analytics and project management at the Atlanta Journal Constitution for over a year, she is so excited to stay within Cox and join LEAD.
In her free time, Holly enjoys baking, reading, cycling, and hanging out with friends. Lately, she has been testing healthy baked-good recipes and eventually hopes to write her own cookbook.
Originally from Houston, Texas, Eunice will be a May 2019 graduate from Spelman College with a major in Political Science. While at Spelman, Eunice has been an active member of the P.U.L.S.E. Programming Board, serving as the Campus Alliance Chair. With a passion for community service and outreach, Eunice does advocacy work through the Bonner Scholar’s program on the college’s campus. Eunice also serves as the 2nd Vice President of the Eta Kappa Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Eunice recently concluded the Women of Excellence Series (WEL), a competitive program in which students are chosen to participate in a series of interactive seminars designed to develop authentic leaders. Eunice is excited to enhance these skills at Cox!
In her spare time, Eunice enjoys spending quality time with family and friends and listening to music.
Lauren, a resident of Milton, Georgia, will graduate in May 2019 from the University of Georgia with degrees in Marketing and Real Estate. As a student at UGA, Lauren spent a summer in Australia and New Zealand studying international business and sustainability. She found a passion for promoting confidence in the professional goals of UGA’s students, which she pursued through her position as the student coordinator for the Terry Women’s Initiative. She also served as the Vice President of Recruitment for UGA’s Panhellenic Council and is an ambassador for the Terry College of Business. As a member of her sorority, she served as a special events chair, a member of the programs council, and a group leader for the recruitment executive council. Her greatest accomplishments at UGA were being honored as a Deer Run Fellow and a Sea Island Scholar. Her most fond memory during her time in college will always be the opportunity to represent the University of Georgia on Homecoming Court as a senior. During her summers, she worked as a commercial real estate intern at Collier’s International and as a paralegal assistant at a local law firm.
In her spare time, Lauren enjoys traveling, boating at the lake, and cheering on all of her favorite sports teams (Go Dawgs and Go Braves!) She is thrilled to join Cox this summer as a member of LEAD 5. She is looking forward to building leadership skills, gaining project management experience, and becoming a member of the Cox family!
Annie is a Georgia Tech graduate with a degree in Business Administration and a minor in Social Justice. While in school, she enjoyed getting involved in different areas of campus, including becoming a DJ for WREK radio, writing for the school’s newspaper, and studying abroad in Buenos Aires. However, she invested most of her time in developing an arts culture at her technical institute by leading think tanks, creating a student organization, and working with school administration. Her love for the arts persists as she continues to get involved in the Atlanta arts community, paint, and design floral arrangements.
Annie also pursued internships at Coca-Cola, GE, Mailchimp, and other companies that peaked her interest in project management. Humorously enough, it was actually her part-time job as a farmer's market clerk for a flower farm that solidified her decision to pursue it. She realized she couldn’t help but work outside of work hours to figure out ways to improve the farm’s efficiency and essentially make everyone else’s jobs easier. As an Atlanta native, Annie is ecstatic to join the Cox team and continue problem solving amongst her peers in the LEAD Program.
Parker is from Murfreesboro, Tennessee and will be a May 2019 graduate from Vanderbilt University with a double major in Interdisciplinary Economics/History and Spanish. He is involved in a number of organizations on campus, including a year as the recruitment chair of his fraternity and working on the Vanderbilt Fanatics committee of the Programming Board. Last year, he interned at a healthcare technology company in Nashville where he worked on several projects ranging from market research to product strategy and gained an interest in Project Management. In Spring 2018, Parker spent a semester abroad in Barcelona where he participated in a language-intensive Spanish program. At Cox, he plans to build upon these experiences and continue to learn and grow in a professional working environment.
In his spare time, Parker enjoys following Nashville sports teams, going to concerts, playing video and board games, and traveling. He is extremely excited to move closer to his family in Atlanta, explore a new city, and go to as many Braves games as his schedule will allow.
Nick is from Johns Creek, Georgia and will be a May 2019 graduate from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a major in Industrial Engineering and a concentration in Economic and Financial Systems. During his time at Georgia Tech, Nick was a student-athlete on the Georgia Tech football team as a defensive lineman. Nick’s proudest moment in college was winning the 2018 Innovation Challenge while working with a multidisciplinary team of co-ops during his internship at Cox Communications. His experiences as an intern and collegiate athlete have aided Nick in developing communication and project management skills.
In his spare time, Nick enjoys playing guitar, going to the gym, watching football, and spending time with family and friends.