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LAUSD Ethics Office
   333 S. Beaudry Ave., 20th Floor
   Los Angeles, CA 90017
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   T: 213-241-3330
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   Last Updated: 3/20/2017


Past Interns

Samantha Beatty is a senior and Presidential Scholar at the University of Southern California, majoring in Political Science with a minor in cinema/television and a certificate from the Institute of Multimedia Literacy. Samantha is continuing her internship after having returned from studying abroad in the U.K. Samantha hails from Chandler, AZ (a suburb of Phoenix) where she received her International Baccalaureate diploma from Chandler High School. Post-college, Samantha plans to attend law school and then eventually seek a career in public office.

Daniel Cheung is a senior at the University of California, Los Angeles pursuing a degree in English with a minor in Philosophy. He is currently applying his studies to develop training and reference materials for the Ethics Office. He is also working on to promote collegiate awareness of the need for ethics in public service. In addition to his internship, Daniel works with students through a local youth choir and through a five-day camp that encourages students to be leaders in their communities. Daniel is a graduate of Crescenta Valley High School in La Crescenta, CA. Upon graduation, he hopes to pursue a career in teaching and educational policy.

Alex Flores is a senior at Loyola Marymount University with a Political Science major and a minor in Communication Studies. Alex has had an ongoing interest in public service, government and constitutional law which are reflected in his studies and prior work experiences, including stints with the Office of Senator Dianne Feinstein, the Center for the Study of Los Angeles and class work in Sacramento on the state legislature. Alex is using his experience to help the Ethics Office create user-friendly tools on financial disclosure requirements. Alex is a graduate from Covina High School in the city of Covina, CA. In addition to planning for law school, Alex is exploring a number of other post-graduate options including leadership programs like the Capital Fellows and Coro Fellows program and other public service job opportunities.

Heather Haselwood is a senior at the University of Southern California who is double majoring in International Relations and Fine Arts with a painting emphasis. Heather is applying her extensive graphic design skills toward helping the Ethics Office develop new communication tools that convey complex public integrity concepts in simpler and more intuitive terms. She designed the “Top 5 Ways to Teach Ethics” artwork that the Ethics Office is now sharing with senior managers. Beyond school and her internship work, Heather is very active as president of her sorority. Heather is a graduate from Mark Keppel High School in Monterey Park, CA. She is still considering post-graduate options but is definitely interested in exploring a future career in the public sector.

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