Colin S. Hill
Colin, a native of Omaha, is the Government Relations Intern at Kissel, Kohout, ES Associates LLC. He is currently a senior at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, pursuing a degree in Finance from the College of Business and is planning on attending law school after graduation.
Over the past few years, Colin interned with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (Chicago Branch) in the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE). Too, he has had a variety of different experiences working in the financial services sector including an internship with RIA Compliance Consultants - a consulting firm that assists Registered Investment Advisers navigate various State and Federal regulatory requirements and legal issues.
Most recently Colin just completed an internship in the Compliance/Legal department of Cambridge Investment Research, an Independent Broker-Dealer with over 3,000 registered representatives and $78 billion in assets under management.
The combination of experiences has given Colin very valuable insight into how the financial services industry operates and challenges faced by regulators as well as industry participants.
- Worked on several campaigns for student government at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- Member of the University’s Committee for Fees Allocation
- Philanthropy Chair, Sigma Chi at UNL
- Graduate of Creighton Preparatory School
- Eagle Scout
As noted on Gallup’s home page, the Clifton StrengthsFinder identifies what we naturally do best. It provides customized results that name our unique talents. It shows us how to succeed by turning our talents into strengths. Here are the “power and edge” of my talents, according to the StrengthsFinder:
Achievers love to complete tasks, and they derive fulfillment from their accomplishments. Putting it simply, people with high Achiever have a strong inner drive — an innate source of intensity, energy, and power that enables them to push hard to get things done. As a result, they often set the pace and define productivity levels for the people around them.
Those individuals exceptionally talented in the Futuristic theme are visionaries. Their emotional anticipation and visualization of a better future can inspire them and others to make that dream a reality. Their vision of tomorrow can push them and others to new heights.
Those with Analytical talents have valuable insights because they are able to uncover the essential facts needed for excellence in any endeavor. This type of thinking helps them and others become clearer about what excellence is and how it can be attained.
While others start to wander down divergent avenues, people with strong Focus talents stay on the main road. They help others avoid time-consuming distractions and keep everyone on point.
People with strong Competition talents have the ability to stimulate themselves and others to a higher standard of performance. They can raise a group’s achievement level by creating a culture of winning and an aspiration to be the best.
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