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Meet Our Summer Interns: Emma and Sarah

Summer is one of our favorite seasons here at LMG. Not just for the occasional rooftop cookouts or the pop-up Summer Fridays, but for the college students that join our team to learn and grow in marketing! Allow us to introduce this year’s summer interns: Emma Kujawa and Sarah Michaud!


Emma Kujawa is a rising junior at Miami University studying Interactive Media. She’s a member of Miami University’s Women in Business, and she also works as a sales associate and social media marketer for the Roaming Boutique.

What do you hope to learn during your time here at LMG?

I’m excited to learn about all aspects of the agency life from digital to design as well as the account side. I’m hoping to learn about the dynamics between LMG and the different clients we have. Seeing a project from start to finish is very exciting to me!

If you started a food truck what type of food would you sell?

My food truck would involve all things pretzels. Pretzels with beer cheese and pretzel roll sandwiches are two of my favorites.

Three things you couldn’t live without?

Podcasts. Pinterest. Calligraphy Pens.

What are you most excited about this summer aside from interning at LMG?

I’m excited for the two (yay!) vacations I’m going on this summer. My family does a yearly trip to Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. I’m also going to Seattle at the end of the summer and cannot wait. I’ve never been that far west before and I can’t wait to explore the city and eat delicious food!

What makes you laugh the hardest?

The two things in my life that make me laugh the most are definitely “The Office” and Wendy’s Twitter page. I’ve been obsessed with “The Office” for years now and have watched it an embarrassing amount. I also am a huge fan of Wendy’s Twitter. If I ever need a good pick-me-up, I scroll through their page for a good laugh!


Sarah Michaud is a rising senior at the University of Dayton studying Communication Management and Marketing. She is a member of the professional communication fraternity, Phi Beta Chi, and has interned for Rich Products Corporation and Reading for Change.

What do you hope to learn during your time here at LMG?

I am looking forward to learning about the realities of the marketing industry between the different positions it has to offer and the type of companies to work for. I am excited to learn from knowledgeable professionals and gain real-world experience.

What attracted you to come to Dayton from Buffalo, NY?

Ever since I was little I heard my parents talk about how much they loved the University of Dayton and how they hoped they could convince at least one of their kids to attend. They met on campus and it turns out that three of their four children chose to go. I really enjoy the welcoming atmosphere that you find not only at the university but in the city of Dayton, too!

What was your favorite vacation and why?

My favorite vacation so far was this summer when I went to San Francisco with my three brothers. We currently live in different states from California to New York, so we don’t get to see each other more than once or twice a year. This trip gave us a chance to catch up, have fun, eat great food, and explore a city we have never visited before!

If you could eat only three foods for the rest of your life, what would they be?

Grilled cheese, cotton candy ice cream, and my mom’s homemade spaghetti sauce. Ironically enough, I am lactose intolerant and do not like sliced bread but grilled cheese will always be a favorite. Cotton candy ice cream is the perfect mix of sweet and delicious that just never gets old, even as I may get “too old” for it. Lastly, we know that everyone’s always mom makes the best sauce—but my mom actually does! It is always my requested meal when I come home for breaks.

What has been your most valuable learning experience outside of the classroom?

During my junior year, I went with Phi Beta Chi to Nashville. The purpose of the trip was to network and grow professionally, and we had the opportunity to tour PR, marketing, and production companies. This was a great opportunity to see not only the different positions the major could lead to, but also the different fields you could market.