Lotta Keller is a rising senior at the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science and Math, where she participates in extracurricular activities ranging from athletics to Student Council. Lotta was born in Bogotá, Colombia, and raised in Germany and the United States. She has traveled extensively, which has created her passion for political science. “I am very interested in the differences between regions, their policies, and their economies. For these reasons, I look forward to researching the aerospace cluster in South Carolina and working with the SC Aerospace team,” says Lotta Keller.
Lotta will assist with various projects including research related to education programs related to aerospace and aviation across the southeast. This will be the second summer the Council on Competitiveness has hosted an intern from the Governor’s School. Deborah Cameron, director of Aerospace initiatives says, “We enjoy exposing them to the growing aerospace industry in South Carolina and we have great partners who meet with our interns so they get broad exposure and begin to build their network.”