Our interns are the best.

We have been fortunate to bring in a long line of exceptionally talented, driven and ambitious interns. Kelly Carpenter is carrying that torch and upholding the tradition with the outstanding work she does for G.S. Proctor & Associates each day.

Kelly joined our team in May as a Research & Analysis Intern. She has been an eager learner and a hard worker from the start. She helps us develop relationships and bring on new clients, as well as providing first-class support for our existing clients. She never fails to maintain the high standards that we set for every member of our team.

Kelly is currently a junior at The Catholic University of America, where she’s majoring in Politics with minors in History, Theology and Intelligence Studies. She likely has law school in her future, but she’s taking the time to learn as much as she can as she charts the path of her future career.

Get to know Kelly a little better in our latest Team Member Spotlight Q&A: 

What gets you excited to start work each day?

What gets me excited to work every day are the many new experiences I have with some of the kindest people I’ve ever met.

What professional accomplishment are you most proud of?

I’m most proud of the work I do in business development for the company to help bring on and support clients.

In your view, what makes G.S. Proctor & Associates such a successful firm?

GSP is so successful because everyone genuinely cares about the people they work with, and they are ready and willing to go above and beyond any expectations as a result.

What are your favorite things to do outside of work?

Above all, my favorite thing to do outside of work is to spend time with my adorable nephew, who knows just how much he has everyone wrapped around his finger.

Best advice you were ever given?

The best advice I’ve ever been given came from my college career advisor, which was, “It never hurts to try. If you keep trying, something amazing will work out.”

What are you most looking forward to doing when pandemic restrictions are no longer a concern?

As restrictions are lifted, I’m most excited to be able to take my nephew out and about instead of staying inside.