Erin Moher recognized as College Intern of the Year for her work developing diversity and inclusion programs and financial metrics for netlogx

(INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 24, 2021) netlogx, a two-decade-old woman-founded consulting services firm, announced today that Erin Moher was named one of two winners for the College Intern of the Year during the Indiana INTERNnet IMPACT Awards. She was honored during a virtual celebration on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021 and was chosen for her work developing the company’s Diversity and Inclusion Workshop and financial operations dashboards.

A statewide event recognizing internship excellence, the Indiana INTERNnet IMPACT Awards celebrates accomplishments among interns, employers and career development professionals. Winners are selected by a group of impartial judges from nominations submitted by the public. 

“We’re honored that Erin has been part of the team as an intern since 2018,” said Vicki Chabot, chief human resources officer for netlogx. “Offering Erin an extended internship proved to be a tremendous decision that has positively impacted netlogx and our future.”

During her extended internship with netlogx, Moher took leadership over netlogx’ Diversity and Inclusion efforts. She coordinated with the company’s Learning Management System administrators and executive coaches to arrange a workshop complete with training materials, discussion questions and internal communication for adoption. Moher strategically planned several courses to be released between October 2020 to May 2021, complete with collateral for team members. Her efforts propelled netlogx diversity and inclusion resources into a comprehensive, results-based approach that encourages learning and discussion among team members. Furthermore, Moher audited three tools netlogx used to display yearly financials and sales targets and simplified the metrics into a single dashboard for decision-makers and leaders to see a real-time, birds-eye view of the company’s standing. 

“Erin has been the ideal intern – highly motivated with a positive attitude and openness to learn along with excellent communication and critical thinking skills, as well as a willingness to take on new challenges, ” according to intern supervisor, Diane Walton.  “These attributes are but a few of the reasons Erin is deserving of the IMPACT award recognition.”

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