Meet our New Intern: Brooke Trujillo

Meet our new intern Brooke Trujillo. We’re excited to have her on our team, working with Samantha on lots of policy related projects! Check out her Brooke PictureABCs and get to know her a little better.

A is for Area Code: 707

B is for Breakfast. What did you have for breakfast today? Scrambled Eggs with a cup of orange juice

C is for Calling. What do you consider your calling to be? I hope one day I can make a positive change in someone’s life.

D is for Dogs. Do you have any? Yes, named Holly.

E is for Energy. What do you do when you need more energy? I usually do stretches and drink coffee.

F is for Fun. What do you like to do for fun? I like to hang out with friends and just laugh.

G is for Greatest Accomplishment. What is yours? At my senior scholarship banquet I received a little less than $10,000 in scholarships from my community. I was deeply honored and blessed that I could relieve some of the burden that paying for college put on my parents.

H is for Hometown. Where are you from? Crescent City, California

I is for Interesting: Name one interesting fact about yourself. I was a Girl Scout for 12 years.

J is for Job Title. What is yours? Intern

K is for Kids. Do you have any? No

L is for Learning. What have you learned working at the American Lung Association thus far? I learned how to read data and extract information that is relevant to certain projects. As well as new information on Tobacco Policy.

M is for Millions. What would you do if you had a million dollars? First I would pay for my college tuition, than I would buy season tickets to all my favorite sport teams.

N is for Need. What is one thing you need or couldn’t live without? I could not live without my family. I talk to my mom every day and I try to talk to my older siblings at least twice a week.

O is for Occupation. What was your occupation before coming to the American Lung Association? I worked as a camp counselor during the summer.

P is for Pet Peeve. What is yours? Texting while driving.

Q is for Quote. Share your favorite quote. “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” –Winston Churchill

R is for Right or Left? Are you a righty or a lefty? Righty

S is for Siblings. Do you have any? Yes, I have two older brothers and an older sister.

T is for Treat. What do you have/do when you want to treat yourself? I like to curl up and watch Netflix with some ice cream.

U is for Useless. Do you have a useless talent? I can drive a golf ball 250 yards.

V is for Vacation. What is the best vacation you have been on? In 2010, I went on a trip to Washington D.C., that trip made me realize that I wanted to pursue a career in History.

W is for Work. What made you decide to apply for a position with the American Lung Association? I worked for Tobacco Prevention Programs in my hometown and wanted to continue working towards a better environment and am interested in policy making.

X is for X-Ray. Have you ever had one? Why? Yes, my dentist wanted to look at my wisdom teeth.

Y is for Yummy. What is the yummiest food you make? I make really good chicken enchiladas.

Z is for Zodiac. What is your sign? Aries

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