CTC Ten Foundation is excited to welcome our 2016 interns, Liam Connolly and Cameron Rutledge. Learn more about Liam and Cameron below!

Liam Connolly
Originally from Quebec, Canada, Liam moved to New Hampshire at 13 years old. Liam played 4 years of DIII soccer at Nazareth College of Rochester while earning a BA in history and philosophy. After graduating, Liam accepted a Fulbright fellowship to South Korea to teach English. While teaching, Liam started and coached the school’s first ever competitive soccer program. After two years in South Korea, Liam returned to New England to get a master’s in law and diplomacy at the Fletcher School at Tufts University focusing specifically on the place of sports in international relations. Liam is very excited to formally work in sports for development through the CTC Ten fellowship.

Cameron Rutledge
Cameron is a chemistry major on the Pre-Health track graduating from Franklin and Marshall College in May of 2016. Originally from Miami, he is the 1st Miami based STEM Posse student to attend F&M. While attending F&M, Cameron served in mentor roles surrounding youth development, goal-setting and acceptance workshops. He has worked with programs and groups like the College Prep Program, IMPACT (Intelligent Men Purposefully Accomplishing College Together), Squash ACES (mentor/ tutor), the Next Generation Initiative, House Adviser, a ONE Goal Volunteer with the CTC Ten Foundation, and a CARE (Central America Relief Efforts) Volunteer in Honduras.