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Anupa Intern Spotlight

Our Summer 2021 Intern Program included 70 talented interns from across the United States who have made valuable contributions to many aspects of our business, including R&D, manufacturing, Sales, Marketing, Tech & Digital and Enabling Functions. Here is Anupa, a Master Data Governance Intern and an MBA student at Drexel University. Learn more about Anupa below.

What is your role at Zoetis?

I am a Master Data Governance Intern working with the U.S Operations team. My role has included analyzing master data and its integration, integrity, and compliance with other systems. I am helping a huge initiative of data cleansing and have been successful in identifying 100k + updates in the Data. 

How has Zoetis’ culture impacted your experience?

I see an empowering and inclusive culture at Zoetis. Diversity in background, skills, race and age enrich the overall environment. Zoetis also offers fantastic work-life balance. This is very significant for me because I am a mom of two kids completing a part time MBA. Overall, the culture at Zoetis has provided me with positive experiences and new opportunities during my internship. I have never had to ask for it. It’s just engraved into my team. 

What do you like to do outside of  Zoetis?

I have always loved gardening but living in cities all through my life made it difficult to pursue this hobby. Two years back when we moved to Pennsylvania, I finally got the opportunity to grow my own garden in our backyard. I feel gardening is therapeutic and a great stress reliever. I also enjoy painting or drawing Zendalas.

What is a fun fact about you?

I am a certified Yoga teacher and used to give yoga lessons.

What is your favorite inspirational quote?

Different quotes resonate at different times. At the moment, I am enjoying this one:

“It is never too late to be what you might have been.” -George Eliot.