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Lola Olabode
Lola Olabode
Revive Welcomes Summer Interns!

For the first time ever, Revive Solutions is excited to welcome five incredible interns as they take a break from classes and homework to come together to share fresh, diverse, and impactful ideas. Our interns will work together with veterans on the team to transform the AED industry. Below they share their role at Revive, a little about themselves, and answer a crucial question with a crucial answer.

Jacqueline is the product design and analytics intern at Revive Solutions helping to develop some of the backend systems and conduct data analysis to push marketing objectives. She is a rising junior studying data science and design innovation at the University of California, Berkeley.

Jacqueline is incredibly passionate about photography and loves a good road trip. She’s a big foodie and on several occasions has driven up to three hours to dine at specific and highly sought after restaurants.

Which would you rather fight: one horse-sized duck or 100 duck-sized horses?

One horse-sized duck


Manasvi is the manufacturing engineering intern at Revive Solutions. He is pursuing a masters degree in Manufacturing Engineering at Arizona State University and is especially interested in manufacturing systems and product life cycle management, quality assurance, and continuous improvement.

“I am really privileged to get this internship opportunity and work with this great team under the guidance of Mr. Eric Lang. Here I am working closely with the quality assurance and manufacturing engineering teams to develop the documentation required for the FDA submissions and the contract manufacturers.”

Manasvi is a fitness enthusiast and is an accomplished state level swimmer. He also loves to travel alone and meet new people.

Which would you rather fight: one horse-sized duck or 100 duck-sized horses?

One horse-sized duck


Lola is the content strategist intern at Revive Solutions responsible for configuring content to publish a diverse collection of articles, guides, and blogs. She is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in psychology and economics at Brown University.

Outside of class, Lola competes as a high jumper for Brown’s track and field team. She loves a good adrenaline rush and is open to any activity that involves an adrenaline rush. And despite having never been to a French-speaking country, with no French heritage, Lola is nearly fluent in French.

Which would you rather fight: one horse-sized duck or 100 duck-sized horses?

100 duck-sized horses


Audrey is the marketing strategy intern at Revive Solutions working toward increasing awareness of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) and using Revive’s innovative solution to improve SCA survival rates by reducing emergency response duration. She is a rising junior at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business who is passionate about the intersection between Business Development and Social Impact.

Outside of academics, Audrey is actively engaged in a healthcare and biotech-focused strategy consulting club as well as an Indonesian cultural club on campus. In her spare time, Audrey enjoys reading dystopian fiction novels, embarking on culinary adventures, and experimenting with recipes at home.

Which would you rather fight: one horse-sized duck or 100 duck-sized horses?

100 duck-sized horses


Sophia is the engineering documentation intern at Revive Solutions assisting the quality assurance team in developing the documentation needed for FDA submissions. She is studying both Biomedical Engineering and Urban Studies as an undergraduate at the University of California, Irvine.

Outside of classes, Sophia is involved in research for spinal cancer therapy and works as a peer academic advisor, helping students find their pathway in college. In her free time, Sophia loves going to concerts and festivals to enjoy live music with friends.

Which would you rather fight: one horse-sized duck or 100 duck-sized horses?

One horse-sized duck

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