Zionsville-based Clear Software has added Orr Fellow Christina Zerfas to its team. She is a graduate of Indiana University with a degree in entrepreneurship and corporate innovation from the Kelley School of Business. Zerfas will be working full-time with the client services team.
Orr Fellowship, named for the late Indiana Governor Robert D. Orr, pairs high-achieving college graduates with some of Indiana’s most dynamic, high-growth companies for two-year tenures of executive-level mentorship, networking, job skill development, and professional growth. Since its inception in 2001, Orr Fellowship has placed more than 280 Fellows with some of Indiana’s most flourishing companies, predominantly in the tech industry. Zerfas was selected as one of 42 Orr Fellows from more than 1,000 applicants from 20 schools, with eight states represented by the class of 2017.
Zerfas is the third Orr Fellow at the firm, joining Kaitlin Koenig and Shelby Fletcher. Koenig works in client services and Fletcher works in marketing.
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