Nicholas Platt

Former Carnegie Council Global Ethics Studio Intern


Nicholas Platt served as an intern to the Carnegie Council's Global Ethics Studio during the summer of 2011.

He came to the Council as a Tonya Public Affairs Intern from The University of the South, in Sewanee, Tennessee where he is an English Literature major and Spanish minor.

Platt is the founder and captain of the Sewanee Club Squash Team and a leader of Big People for Little People, a youth mentoring program for local elementary school children in Franklin County, Tennessee.

Featured Work

Michael Bloomberg

SEP 27, 2011 Article

Sustainability Leader Michael Bloomberg

As part of our September Sustainability Month, the Carnegie Council honors Mayor Michael Bloomberg for his values-based vision and environmental leadership--both local and global.