Roby Congratulates Montgomery Students on Completion of Capitol Hill Internship Program
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Representative Martha Roby (R-Ala.) today congratulated Montgomery natives Ashtyne Cole Traylor, Caroline Franklin, Parker Reynolds, and Porter Kennedy for completing internships this summer in her Washington, D.C. office.
During their time in Roby’s office, the students conducted tours of the U.S. Capitol building, drafted and presented policy proposals, assisted constituents with their requests, attended committee hearings, and more.
“I really appreciate these students’ hard work for the people Alabama’s Second District,” Roby said. “Their willingness to serve their community and be a part of the legislative process is commendable. I am confident they will be successful in their future endeavors.”
Traylor, the wife of Cameron Traylor and daughter of Doug and Melinda Cole, is a graduate of Auburn University and a student at Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law.
Franklin, the daughter of John and Lisa Franklin, is a graduate of the Montgomery Academy and a senior and the University of Alabama where she studies public relations.
Reynolds, the daughter of Jeff and Julie Reynolds, is a graduate of Trinity Presbyterian School and a sophomore at the College of William and Mary where she studies government and public relations.
Kennedy, the son of Robert and Claire Kennedy, is a graduate of Ezekiel Academy and a junior at Auburn University where he studies finance.