MBA Intern Learns About Luxury Travel Industry in New York City
Tatum Hoehn (MBA ’17) is spending the summer in New York City working with JG Black Book, a provider of luxury and exotic travel experiences. Hoehn has worked on numerous projects, including coordinating and securing auction items for the V Foundation’s Annual Wine Celebration in Napa, a cancer research fundraiser.
On a daily basis, Hoehn also has the opportunity to pitch JG’s top-tier travel and hospitality clients to writers for regional and national publications, such as Town & Country and Travel + Leisure.
While Hoehn is enjoying every minute of her summer, one of the things she enjoys most is working alongside, and learning from, some of the most knowledgeable professionals in the public relations and travel industries.
JG Black Book was founded by SoBA alumnus Jena Gardner, who supports the School of Business Administration by recruiting our students for incredible opportunities such as this one.