Julie Gray describes her internship as engaging, challenging, and worthwhile. Julie enjoys helping companies achieve economic justice and says the best part of her experience at Navigant has been the learning opportunities provided.

The best parts of my experience at Navigant are the learning opportunities presented to us. Every day, I am exposed to new ideas, skills, and tasks. The people at Navigant take the time to invest in my knowledge and go above and beyond to help the interns grow.

Q & A with Julie Gray

Q: What excites/motivates you about the work you do at Navigant?
A: The work at Navigant excites and motivates me because we are helping companies achieve economic justice and we provide guidance through complex litigation.

Q: How would you describe the culture of Navigant?
A: I would describe the culture of Navigant as "working together, achieving excellence." Everyone at Navigant understands the importance of their projects, and that their work must be exceptional. Navigant understands that this is accomplished through close teamwork and building a strong social and constructive culture.

Q: What do you like best about your experience with Navigant?
A: The best part of the internship is the learning experience. Every day, I am exposed to new ideas, skills, and tasks. The people at Navigant take the time to invest in my knowledge and go above and beyond to provide me with opportunities to grow.

Q: Describe your role in three words.
A: Engaging. Challenging. Worthwhile.

Q: How do your passions tie in to your role and responsibilities here?
A: Law has always interested me, but I am more passionate about solving complex business challenges. Working in consulting allows me to work in the litigation space, but on a financial project.

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