A new addition to WH Cornerstone Investments

Meet Louis NeJame: WH Cornerstone Investments’ marketing summer intern

(He’s bringing us to new heights!)

Louis NeJame

Louis graduated from Duxbury High School in 2016 and went on to attend Babson College, a small, private business school in Wellesley MA. He is now a rising Junior concentrating in marketing and finance.

During his senior year of high school, Louis was named captain of the Duxbury Swim Team. After leading the team to a Patriot League title, he began his collegiate swim career as a Babson Beaver. Louis has found a role on the Babson team as a sprint freestyle and breast stroke swimmer.

In his free time, Louis enjoys skiing, lifting, hiking, surfing and playing pickup basketball. Louis is a fast paced, creative, and ambitious team member, and is excited by the opportunity he has to work alongside the rest of the talented WH Cornerstone team to have as impactful of a summer as possible.

Did you know…Louis also:
  • Is an Eagle Scout
  • Is a trained bartender, and worked at a bar in Rockland, MA for a summer
  • Is a big Celtics fan
  • Loves his labradoodle, Holly

Like Louis and all of us here at WH Cornerstone Investments, do you believe your future is greater than your past?

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