KB Advisory Group welcomes two new interns from the Georgia Tech College of Design.

New Interns at KB Advisory Group

Clifton McFarlane and Trevor Butler

New Interns at KB Advisory Group

KB Advisory Group welcomes two new interns from the Georgia Tech College of Design.

Clifton McFarlane and Trevor Butler have joined KB Advisory Group as Intern Analysts, and we are thrilled to have them in the office.

Clifton and Trevor are pursuing graduate degrees at the School of City and Regional Planning at Georgia Tech. The program has six specializations within the broader focus on urban and regional planning. Clifton graduated from the Georgia State University Andrew Young School of Public Policy Studies, and his concentration was Planning and Economic Development. Trevor attended the University of Georgia and was a dual major; one Bachelor of Arts is in International Affairs, and the other is in Political Science.

EXPERIENCE

Both Interns have varied and fascinating prior experiences. For example, Clifton acted as Volunteer Ambassador and published a weekly volunteer newsletter for Trees Atlanta. He was also at the Georgia Department of Economic Development and the Atlanta Regional Commission in Mobility Services. Trevor has been a graduate research assistant with the GA Tech PLACE Database project, which looks at areas of high levels of entrepreneurship in Georgia. Before that, he was a case manager for the Center for Urban Community Services in NYC pre-pandemic.

At KB

As KB Intern Analysts, Clifton and Trevor will assist senior leadership and project managers by conducting financial and statistical examinations of potential real estate developments. Equally important, they will help produce deliverables that reflect vital findings and recommendations based on the demographic and economic research generated. Their academic experience at GA Tech with ArcGIS and R (coding language), and in Clifton’s case Tableau, also enable them to create maps and other data visualizations.

WELCOME

We are pleased to have Clifton and Trevor with us!


CLICK HERE for additional information about the Master of City and Regional Planning (MCRP) degree at Georgia Tech.

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