Congressman Rogers’ Summer Interns Include Somerset Native
Mackenzie Hatfield, a 2010 graduate from Pulaski County High School, served as an intern in Congressman Hal Rogers' office for a duration of five weeks this summer. Mackenzie will be a junior at Georgetown College this fall and plans to attend law school after her undergraduate degree is completed in Spanish and Political Science. Mackenzie is the daughter of Martin and Debbie Hatfield of Somerset, KY.
"Working in Congressman Rogers' office this summer was definitely one of the best experiences that I have had thus far in my young adult life," said Hatfield. "Congressman Rogers is a wonderful role model, who has always given so much back to the community. Being given the opportunity to work so closely with him this summer has inspired me to continue my education, with the goal of helping everyone around me, just as I have seen him do."
Rogers has served Kentucky’s 5th Congressional District since 1981. With a focus on economic development, job creation, fighting illegal drugs and preserving Appalachia’s natural treasures, he has a reputation for listening to his constituents and fighting for the region he represents. For more information, visit http://halrogers.house.gov/ or follow Rogers on Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/RepHalRogers or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/#!/CongressmanHalRogers.