- Name:Ashlee Rogers
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- Business Emphasis:Management
- Study Abroad:Alcalá de Henares, Spain
- Internship:Credit Analyst at Mississippi Land Bank
Ashlee Rogers is a senior in MSU’s International Business Program. She will graduate in May 2017 with dual degrees in Management and Spanish.
Last summer Ashlee participated in an MSU faculty-led study abroad program in Alcalá de Henares, Spain. While at Alcalingua University, she undertook an intensive study of the Spanish language, as well as Hispanic Civilization and Hispanic Literary Analysis. Through this culturally immersive program she honed her language and communication skills, and developed a better understanding of the benefits to flexibility, adaptability, and unique perspective while operating in a global business environment.
Ashlee was also selected among many candidates for an internship with Mississippi Land Bank as a Credit Analyst during the summer of 2015. Through this experience she gained financial analytical skills, a practical understanding of credit processes, networking capabilities, and professional mentoring.
Ashlee is a bright and motivated student. She is a member of MSU’s Society of Scholars as well as the College of Business’s Honor Society, Beta Gamma Sigma. She is also a recipient of the College of Arts and Sciences’ Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures Study Abroad Scholarship. She is also a Study Abroad Student Ambassador for the College of A&S. Through this role she aims to generate greater curiosity about the world among MSU’s student population. She is also actively engaged in fundraising for future study abroad scholarships so that more students might benefit from life-changing travel experiences.
Additionally, honor societies such as Omicron Delta Kappa where she served as Vice President, Gamma Beta Phi, and Phi Theta Kappa have served as gateways for Ashlee to give back to the community through service.
Upon graduation, Ashlee hopes to utilize her degrees to promote corporate social responsibility within communities both globally and domestically.