Alumni



The Fellowship year is an immersive learning experience, but it’s only the beginning of a long relationship with the Fellows community. After completing their business studies, Fellows remain connected to one another and the guiding mission of the McGowan Fellows Program through alumni programs, the annual Symposium, and other activities.

McGowan Fellows Alumni

Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business
David Dierker (’17)
Katherine Tippets (’16)
Amanda Lynn Olar (’15)
Brigid Johnson (’14)
Thomas Arnett (’13)
Thomas Woodard (’12)
Daniel Kruse (’11)

Columbia University, Columbia Business School
Evan Zehnal (’17)
Gabriele Massari (’16)
Yumna Cheema (’15)
Adam Wenneker (’14)
Nikolaos Socratous (’13)
Tamar Rimmon (’12)
Gordon M. McLaughlin (’11)

Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business
Tom Allin (’17)
Alicia True Dagrosa (’16)
Michael P. Cacchio (’15)
Brian McKenzie (’14)
Karen O. Diehl (’13)
Robert W. Spies (’12)
Mukund Kulashekaran (’11)

Duke University, Fuqua School of Business
David Anthony Gross (’17)
David Alexander Cohen (’16)
Jason Stewart Sierra (’15)
Michelle Kirby (’14)
Molly White (’13)*
Alison Poole (’12)
Liana Humphrey (’11)*

Georgetown University, McDonough School of Business
Alfredo J. Rivera Rios (’17)
David Crowley (’16)
David E. Houlihan (’15)
Michael Pavey (’14)
Kilkil Shah (’13)
Jennifer Tindle (’12)
Brooke Cashman Bollyky (’11)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management
Samantha Allyn Fahrbach (’17)
Tory Sheppard (’16)
John Irving Mahler (’15)
Tiana Veldwisch (’14)
Danielle Sewell (’13)
Kaitlyn Caughlin (’12)*
Kanaka Pattabiraman (’11)

Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management
H. Kay Howard (’17)
Nikola Jakic (’16)
Rhett Andrew Braunschweig (’15)
Tyler Barrack (’14)
Nikki L. Tyler (’13)
Kyle Davidson Estep (’12)
Frank Sasso (’11)

University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
Jonathan Chun-Hung Fung (’17)
Nicole Chin Bell (’16)
Leandro Brufman (’15)
Victoria Lord (’14)*
Dwight G. Hutchinson IV (’13)
Brendan P. Hickey (’12)*
Amit Koren (’11)

University of Michigan, Stephen M. Ross School of Business
Muhammad Ali Akhtar (’17)
Jonathan Ross Erdtsieck (’16)
Alexander S. Munns (’15)
Kartik Bandhuvula (’14)
Joseph D. Brannock (’13)
Ryan M. Stenson (’12)
Dane Johnson (’11)

University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School
Emily Lampert (’17)
Neil K. Vangala (’16)
Julianne K. Bruno (’15)
Jackson Dunlap (’14)
Eva Liu (’13)*
Constantinos G.V. Coutifaris (’12)
David Adelman (’11)



*Member of the Alumni Committee

William G.
McGowan

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David Dierker

Carnegie Mellon University
Tepper School of Business
Citizenship: United States
As a second-year student at Tepper, David is focusing on business analytics and finance. He interned during his summer break with McKinsey & Company out of their Pittsburgh office. This coming school year, David will be president of the Tepper Data Analytics Club and board member of the Consulting Club. He teaches computing classes at the Carnegie Public Libraries and volunteers with his wife through the Pittsburgh chapter of the Best Buddies International program. Prior to Tepper, David received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in civil engineering from Johns Hopkins University and worked as an engineer for Moffatt & Nichol, a global infrastructure advisory firm, where he provided port and harbor development services primarily in South and Central America. After graduation, David hopes to work on infrastructure growth plans and solutions for developing nations.

Katherine Tippets

Carnegie Mellon University
Tepper School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Katherine is pursuing a concentration in innovation and product development at Tepper. Passionate about robotics and technology, she serves on the boards of both the Business and Technology and Operations Clubs there. She is also a Forté fellow, admissions visit coordinator, and a member of the Graduate Business Association’s Career Opportunities Center Committee. Equally committed to encouraging women to enter STEM fields, she has volunteered as an engineering mentor for FIRST Robotics, a real-world engineering program for high school students. Prior to Tepper, Katherine served on the technical staff at Nordson Asymtek, a producer of manufacturing equipment for the semiconductor industry. Her focus there was new product design and operational efficiency. She interned this summer at Intel Corporation in their Advanced Leadership Program and plans a career in high tech consumer products. Katherine earned a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from the University of California San Diego’s Jacobs School of Engineering.

Amanda Lynn Olar

Carnegie Mellon University
Tepper School of Business
Citizenship: United States
A student at the Tepper School of Business, Amanda is studying strategy, finance, and marketing. She serves there as the admissions executive officer with the Graduate Business Association and, as a Forté Fellow, is an active member of the Forté Foundation, both as a Tepper Forté ambassador and Forté mentor. This past summer, Amanda interned at Bristol-Myers Squibb where she worked as an internal strategy and operations consultant within the R&D group. She created a predictive model to help identify high performing sites, streamlining the clinical trial process. Amanda previously attended Allegheny College in Meadville, PA, where she studied neuroscience and became the first student to conduct oncology research in humans at the Yolanda G. Barco Institute. Deferring her medical school acceptances, she began working at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation as a development officer. After several years there, she knew she wanted to make a bigger impact in the healthcare industry and decided to supplement her science background with an MBA degree. After graduation, she plans on working in strategy and operations within the healthcare field to continue making an impact on an ever-changing landscape.

Brigid Johnson

Carnegie Mellon University
Tepper School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Brigid received her undergraduate degree in computer science from the University of Illinois. During her time there she was active in Women in Computer Science club and served as vice president. She subsequently worked for Accenture in Chicago, IL, as a technology consultant where she focused on working with clients to design and implement custom automated processes utilizing a variety of technologies. She also gained industry and leadership experience working at JPMorgan Chase. There she specialized in large application build and deployment automation. This past June Brigid received her MBA from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, with a track focus on business analytics. She also earned leadership development certification from the Accelerate Leadership Center and received from Tepper a Distinguished Service Award. In August 2014, she began work as a senior product manager for technical product for the Identity and Access Management team for Amazon Web Services in Seattle, WA.

Thomas Arnett

Carnegie Mellon University
Tepper School of Business
Citizenship: United States

Thomas Woodard

Carnegie Mellon University
Tepper School of Business
Citizenship: United States

Daniel Kruse

Carnegie Mellon University
Tepper School of Business
Citizenship: United States

Evan Zehnal

Columbia University
Columbia Business School
Citizenship: Canada
Evan is a second-year student in the Value Investing Program at Columbia. This past summer he interned at Maverick Capital, a long/short hedge fund in New York City. A Canadian, Evan studied at McMaster University and worked for two years in investment banking at TD Bank Group in Toronto. Later, he made his way to the buy-side and spent three years in the opportunistic credit investment group at the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board. Evan has also served in a number of social and community initiatives, including working with the World Economic Forum as a Global Shaper; volunteering with educational programs in Arusha, Tanzania, and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; and working with the pediatric oncology charity Camp Oochigeas in Toronto. After school, he plans to work in the hedge fund industry.

Gabriele Massari

Columbia University
Columbia Business School
Citizenship: Italy
Gabriele is concentrating in finance and general management at Columbia Business School. There he serves as president of the General Management Association and is a board member for Cluster Q, Columbia's LGBT Business Association. Prior to his MBA studies Gabriele worked in the financial services industry in London, first as a consultant and then as a project manager for Barclays and Santander. This summer he was an intern at American Express in New York and plans an international career in financial services. Gabriele is passionate about the themes of diversity and inclusion in both employment and education. Throughout his career, he has led and organized several employability skills workshops for high school students and emerging professionals. Prior to starting his MBA, he spent a month volunteering as an English teacher in a Brazilian favela. Born and raised in Italy, Gabriele holds a bachelor of science degree from Bocconi University in international economics and management and a master of science degree from the London School of Economics.

Yumna Cheema

Columbia University
Columbia Business School
Citizenship: Pakistan
Yumna is concentrating in finance and accounting at Columbia Business School. She is a member of various student clubs and is on the boards of the Hermes Society and the Harlem Tutorial Program, a tutoring and mentoring program for middle school students. She is also a peer adviser for the Columbia Class of 2016, CBS Matters representative for her cluster, and a Columbia CaseWorks Fellow. This past summer, she worked in investment banking at Citigroup. Prior to Columbia, Yumna was an economic consultant for Navigant Consulting, where she was involved with securities litigation cases involving common stocks, CDOs, options, and other financial securities. She also served as a Teaching Fellow at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), teaching undergraduate-level courses in econometrics. Yumna graduated with an MPhil in economics from the University of Cambridge in the UK and a BSc with honors in economics from LUMS. She is a CFA charter holder and member of the New York Society of Security Analysts. Yumna plans to pursue a career in investment banking.

Adam Wenneker

Columbia University
Columbia Business School
Citizenship: United States
Adam Wenneker is an associate at Booz & Company, which he joined in 2014. There he focuses on operations and supply chain management, including manufacturing, transportation, distribution, and procurement. He has significant experience in global distribution network strategy as, prior to joining Booz, he spent four years as a consultant with Accenture, working in telecommunications, manufacturing, and agriculture. Prior to that, he served as a strategic adviser to Prevent Blindness America and as an investment associate with Pennybacker Capital, a Texas-based private equity firm. Adam earned his MBA, with Dean’s Honors and Distinction, from Columbia Business School, graduating first in his class. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the Neeley School of Business at Texas Christian University with Valedictorian Honors.

Nikolaos Socratous

Columbia University
Columbia Business School
Citizenship: Cyprus

Tamar Rimmon

Columbia University
Columbia Business School
Citizenship: Israel
Tamar is currently associate director of Analytics and Audience Development at Condé Nast. Tamar works with Condé Nast’s brands, such as the New Yorker, Vogue, and Glamour, helping them deliver unique brand experiences for their audiences and drive engaged users to their sites. She serves as a meaningful link between the editorial, marketing and product teams, and leverages analytics to provide them with actionable insights and help shape their digital strategy. Tamar’s career spans the television, publishing and digital media industries. She holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BA in Cognitive Science and Journalism from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Gordon M. McLaughlin

Columbia University
Columbia Business School
Citizenship: United States

Tom Allin

Dartmouth College
Tuck School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Tom is pursuing his MBA with the long-term goal of using real estate development as a force for community and economic development—particularly in Mississippi, his home. This past summer he worked at Condor Hospitality Trust, Inc., a real estate investment company. At Tuck, he is a cochair of the Real Estate Club, a fellow of the Center for Business & Society, and a teaching assistant for several core classes. Prior to Tuck, Tom was a Robertson Scholar at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he majored in American Studies and was awarded highest honors for his thesis on Mississippi’s emigrants. After college, Tom taught in the Mississippi Delta for two years with Teach For America, and he later worked for two advertising agencies, The Ramey Agency in Jackson, Mississippi, and Boston-based Full Contact. While at Ramey, Tom supported several statewide public health campaigns aimed at improving health outcomes of Mississippi’s youth. Tom lives with his wife, Sarah, and two dogs, Charlie and Tony, in Vermont.

Alicia True Dagrosa

Dartmouth College
Tuck School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Alicia is a double degree student at Dartmouth in an MD/MBA program. Her career goals are two-fold: to help patients live healthy, meaningful lives and to create a higher value health care system as a physician and health care administrator. At Dartmouth, Alicia has been involved with research for the Dartmouth Atlas of Healthcare project, studying unwarranted variation in health care delivery across the United States. She helped develop a treatment decision aid for patients with coronary artery disease and worked on a project for the government of Haiti to guide the construction of a national acute care delivery system. As a Healthcare Initiative Fellow at Tuck, she has worked to support student interest in health care there and has partnered with a Tuck colleague to help start a health care services company that will bring high quality and low cost primary and urgent care services to people in Nigeria. Alicia is also the author of articles for the AMA Journal of Ethics and Atlas Healthcare publications and graduated from Boston College with a bachelor of science degree in management.

Michael P. Cacchio

Dartmouth College
Tuck School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Mike is a joint MBA/MPH student at the Tuck School of Business and the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice. He is also a Fellow for the Entrepreneurship Initiative at Tuck. Mike is very active on campus, currently a co-chair of the Tuck Healthcare, Entrepreneurship, and Amos Trout Clubs, and the John Barleycorn Society. He also serves on the board of the regional non-profit Vital Communities through Tuck’s Revers Board Fellow Program. Prior to graduate school, Mike worked for five years at Raymond James in healthcare services investment banking. He was involved with a variety of capital-raising, strategic advisory, and M&A transactions for hospitals and health systems, payer organizations, and other provider organizations. This past summer he worked at CT Partners, an executive recruiting firm, where he collaborated on three healthcare corporate governance white papers. Long-term, he looks to pursue a career in healthcare entrepreneurship or healthcare administration. Mike graduated from Princeton University with a bachelor of arts degree in classics.

Brian McKenzie

Dartmouth College
Tuck School of Business
Citizenship: Canada
Brian is employed with Brookfield Renewal Energy Partners in Toronto, Canada. He recently completed the final year of a three-year dual degree program combining a master's degree in energy and resource policy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University with an MBA from Tuck School of Business. A Fulbright Scholar, his research is focused on how Canada and the United States can better collaborate in pursuit of a cleaner, more secure energy future. While at Tuck, he served as a fellow of the Center for Business and Society and of the Center for Global Business and Government. Prior to business school, Brian held positions with the Monitor Group and Deloitte & Touche LLP. During the summers, he worked in the power & utilities M&A group at Brookfield Asset Management, a Toronto-based alternative asset manager, and for ArcLight Capital Partners, an energy-focused private equity fund based in Boston. He also sat on the board of Stepping Stones International, a Botswana-based not-for-profit. Brian holds an international bachelor of business administration degree from the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto.

Karen O. Diehl

Dartmouth College
Tuck School of Business
Citizenship: United States

Robert W. Spies

Dartmouth College
Tuck School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Rob is a senior manager in product marketing for Vistaprint, a leading e-commerce company specializing in business marketing products. He has managed the consumer product and signage portfolio for two years and is responsible for growing this $100M category across North America and Europe, including developing the category strategy and product development roadmap and coordinating pricing, site merchandising, and go-to-market activities in the sales channels. Prior to Vistaprint, Rob spent four years as a consultant at the Monitor Group. He received his MBA from Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business with distinction as an Edward Tuck Scholar.

Mukund Kulashekaran

Dartmouth College
Tuck School of Business
Citizenship: India

David Anthony Gross

Duke University
Fuqua School of Business
Citizenship: United States
At Fuqua, Dave is a second-year student focusing on finance. He interned this past summer at Nelson Construction & Development in his hometown of Des Moines, Iowa. During his first year, he was elected president of his section and created a first year–second year liaison role within the Fuqua student government to strengthen connections between the two classes. He is also a Coach K. Center on Leadership & Ethics fellow and cofounder of a financial planning forum to increase financial literacy at Fuqua. In the spring of 2016, he was selected by his classmates for the Team Fuqua Values Impactful Stewardship Award. Prior to Fuqua, Dave attended Northwestern University, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa with majors in economics and geography and a minor in business. After college, Dave worked in market strategy at Walgreens and merchandising at Target. With his MBA, he plans on transitioning into real estate development.

David Alexander Cohen

Duke University
Fuqua School of Business
Citizenship: United States
David’s MBA concentration at Fuqua is health sector management. After graduation he plans to work in the health sciences, helping organizations to have greater impact in improving individual and public health. Prior to enrolling at Fuqua, David served as a management consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton in the areas of strategy and operations. He was also chair of the company’s local community partnerships committee, raising funds and securing hundreds of volunteer service hours for local charities. This summer he interned at Triangle Insights Group, a strategy consulting firm that assists life sciences companies. While at Fuqua, David has worked with Duke Hospital leadership to implement a hospital-wide knowledge repository system that will help improve the quality of patient care throughout the health system. He was also elected judicial representative for the Class of 2016, charged with upholding Fuqua’s Honor Code for all students. David earned a bachelor of arts degree in biology, also from Duke University.

Jason Stewart Sierra

Duke University
Fuqua School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Jason is pursuing a concentration in social entrepreneurship at the Fuqua School of Business and is also a Fellow with the School’s Center on Leadership and Ethics. He plans a career in public sector consulting and spent this past summer as an associate with the Boston Consulting Group in Washington DC. Jason has participated in a variety of activities at Fuqua. He has served on the leadership teams for Net Impact, the Black and Latino MBA Organization, and Fuqua Pride. He will continue with all three this year in marketing and communication roles. Prior to entering business school, Jason worked in program development for the Episcopal Church in Seattle, WA, creating leadership development and vocational discernment opportunities for young adults in Episcopal churches throughout North America. He had previously been a Houston-based freelance graphic designer and visual artist. Jason earned a bachelor's degree in American studies, with honors in feminist studies, from Stanford University, where he founded Queer Spirit and served as president of La Familia as well as coordinator/instructor for Stanford’s Upward Bound program.

Michelle Kirby

Duke University
Fuqua School of Business
Citizenship: Holland and Venezula; permanent U.S. resident
Michelle Kirby is a graduate of Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, where she earned an MBA with a concentration in social entrepreneurship. She also completed a certificate program from the Sanford School of Public Policy in international development policy. Other activities at Fuqua included serving as co-president of the Net Impact Club, the largest student club on campus. Michelle came to Fuqua with six years of experience in international development, both in the United States and in developing countries. Most recently, she completed a summer internship with DKT International's office in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, contributing to their social marketing work in family planning. Prior to Fuqua, she spent three years working in Rwanda at the One Acre Fund, an NGO applying the microcredit model to agriculture in order to serve smallholder farmers with access to credit for fertilizer and seeds. Michelle graduated with honors from Bates College and holds a bachelor of arts degree in francophone cultural studies.

Molly White

Duke University
Fuqua School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Molly White currently runs the Heinz Heritage business as a Brand Manager at H.J. Heinz Co. Prior to Heinz, she spent five years in the consumer products industry, first in brand management at L’Oreal USA and then in market research at SymphonyIRI. While at L’Oreal, she launched the successful Excellence To-Go hair color line. Molly has an undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business and an MBA from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business.

Alison Poole

Duke University
Fuqua School of Business
Citizenship: United States

Liana Humphrey

Duke University
Fuqua School of Business
Citizenship: Great Britain and the United States
Liana is a vice president and product manager for Merrill Lynch/Bank of America’s Wealth Management Banking organization. She is responsible for developing and refining the strategy to drive Merrill Lynch and U.S. Trust client satisfaction with banking products and services across all the channels in which they interact. Previously, she was a customer segment consultant in the Consumer Bank where she developed recommendations to grow the business in top markets and managed the design and implementation of pilots/tests to drive strategy. Liana joined Bank of America in 2011 as part of the Consumer MBA Leadership Development Program after earning her MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. During a rotation with the North Carolina market team, she helped coordinate a successful project involving more than 170 banking centers, resulting in the collection of 5,000 thank-you cards and dozens of boxes of supplies for deployed military. As a result, the team was awarded a 2012 Global Diversity and Inclusion Award. Prior to business school, Liana spent more than ten years working in the nonprofit sector, where she held multiple roles at local, regional and national organizations focused on increasing access to and utilization of financial services. She oversaw the implementation of a children’s savings program in 12 communities across the U.S. and Puerto Rico and also served as director of the 2008 Assets Learning Conference, which was the biggest convening of the assets field to date. A native of Tunbridge Wells, England, Liana now resides in Charlotte, NC.

Alfredo J. Rivera Rios

Georgetown University
McDonough School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Alfredo is the President of Out@MSB and vice president of the Latin American Business Association at Georgetown. Additionally, he was elected the Student Government Association’s representative for his cohort. This past summer, he interned at Citigroup. Prior to Georgetown, Alfredo earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Yale University. Later, he worked as an investment banking analyst at UBS and then head trader at Banco Popular in Puerto Rico. During his time at UBS, Alfredo worked closely with the Puerto Rican government and various public corporations, underwriting more than $1 billion of municipal bonds. At Banco Popular, Alfredo managed a proprietary trading portfolio of over $100 million. Additionally, he was a team coordinator for Banco Popular’s Community Incentive Program and organized various community service projects throughout the year. Alfredo is planning a career in investment banking.

David Crowley

Georgetown University
McDonough School of Business
Citizenship: United States
David is pursuing a concentration in finance at McDonough. This summer he was an intern at Robert W. Baird & Company in Washington, DC and looks forward to a career in real estate finance. David began his career in his hometown of Philadelphia, working for a wealth management firm. He subsequently moved to Nicaragua for a position with Alternativa, a microfinance institution, and then to Washington, DC where he served as an analyst for the Inter-American Development Bank. At IDB he was a member of the Structured and Corporate Finance department which is responsible for financing private sector investments in Latin America and the Caribbean. At McDonough, David is involved in the Finance Club and Real Estate Society as well as the Latin American Business Association. He serves as a tutor at For Love of Children, a DC non-profit providing educational services beyond the classroom for at-risk students, and is also a member of their Champion’s Network. David earned a bachelor of business administration degree in finance from the University of Notre Dame.

David E. Houlihan

Georgetown University
McDonough School of Business
Citizenship: United States
David is a student at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business where he is a candidate for the Landegger Program Honors Certificate in international business diplomacy in addition to an MBA. He serves as a student leader with the Global Social Enterprise Initiative and is vice president of service projects for Net Impact. David holds the degrees bachelor of arts in international relations from New York University and master of science in childhood education and students with disabilities from Pace University. Following graduation, he spent a year in Israel on a service fellowship and then taught elementary special education in the South Bronx as a Teach for America Corps member. He subsequently managed non-instructional operations at Success Charter Network in Harlem and, prior to enrolling in McDonough, directed operations for Coney Island Prep, a charter school ranked in the top six percent of New York City schools. This past summer, David interned at the United States Trade Representative’s Office in Washington DC, which represents the Office of the President in all trade agreement negotiations. His long term goals include working toward international educational opportunities for students in low-income communities.

Michael Pavey

Georgetown University
McDonough School of Business
Citizenship: Great Britain
Michael received both an MBA and a School of Foreign Service Landegger International Business Diplomacy honors certificate from Georgetown University, the former from the McDonough School of Business. At Georgetown, Michael served as president of the MBA Entrepreneurship Club and was a board member of the DC chapter of InSITE, a national organization which pairs graduate students with early-stage entrepreneurs. He also actively engaged in the Net Impact and Consulting clubs, and between his first and second year, interned at Agora Partnerships, an organization which supports social entrepreneurs in Latin America. Prior to Georgetown, Michael gained international experience working at Acturis and UBM. Among his achievements are rolling out a major new digital product to France, Spain, and the United States, and developing a new data business from scratch. Michael holds bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Cambridge, where he studied French and German, and is fluent in French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese.

Kilkil Shah

Georgetown University
McDonough School of Business
Citizenship: United States

Jennifer Tindle

Georgetown University
McDonough School of Business
Citizenship: United States

Brooke Cashman Bollyky

Georgetown University
McDonough School of Business
Citizenship: United States

Samantha Allyn Fahrbach

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sloan School of Management
Citizenship: United States
Samantha is an MBA candidate, pursuing a Sustainability Certificate with a focus on the food and beverage industry. For her summer internship, she worked with the Corporate Affairs Better World team at AB InBev in New York. At MIT Sloan, she is co-president of the Net Impact Club—which was a finalist for Graduate Chapter of the Year—and also serves as graduate president of the MIT Food and Agriculture Club. Samantha is a co-founder of the MIT Food and Agribusiness Innovation Prize, which provides mentorship and funding to student food- and agriculture-related start-ups; she also served on the planning team for the 2016 MIT Sustainability Summit. Prior to MIT Sloan, Samantha received a BA in public policy studies from Duke University. After college, she worked as a staff assistant for a U.S. Representative seated on the Appropriations Committee and as a consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton, supporting clients in the Department of Defense. Samantha is an avid home cook and baker, as well as a lover of the outdoors. After graduation, she plans to pursue a career in corporate sustainability in the food and beverage industry.

Tory Sheppard

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sloan School of Management
Citizenship: United States
Tory is a student at MIT’s Sloan School of Management where she is concentrating on healthcare strategy, finance, and marketing. She is a Forté Fellow, co-president of the Healthcare and Golf Clubs, and vice president of marketing for the BioInnovations Conference. Tory grew up in Fishers, IN, and majored in economics at Dartmouth College, where she was also co-captain of the women’s golf team. Prior to starting her MBA, she worked at Simon-Kucher & Partners, a strategy and marketing consulting firm known for its expertise in pricing. As a member of the Life Sciences division, she supported leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies from across the globe. She also delivered a presentation at the New York Simon-Kucher Life Sciences Forum and is author of an article for the Oncology Business Review. Tory interned this past summer in Corporate Strategy at Biogen, a leading biotechnology company based in Cambridge, MA. After graduation, she hopes to work in the healthcare industry and to pursue her passion for healthcare innovation

John Irving Mahler

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sloan School of Management
Citizenship: United States
John is a student at MIT’s Sloan School of Management where he is concentrating in finance. He plays an active role in many activities there, including serving as a student body co-president of the Sloan Senate. In this role he has spearheaded many institutional changes across campus. John is also a research assistant for the quantitative equity analysis and financial anomalies areas and is founder of a high school tutoring program that brings together Sloan and South Boston students. John grew up helping his family tend their small farm near Seattle, WA. From there he went on to the University of California, Berkeley, where he earned a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering. He has held engineering positions at Crane Aerospace and Electronics, Nviroplast Bioplastics, and, prior to entering MIT., was a chemical process engineer for the Boeing Company. John interned this past summer with Passport Capital LLC, a hedge fund, where he was involved in quantitative research. After graduation he hopes to work in finance, using his engineering skills to build quantitative investment strategies that ensure financial safety and longevity for the investor.

Tiana Veldwisch

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sloan School of Management
Citizenship: United States
Tiana is bringing much needed point-of-care diagnostics to low-resource settings in Africa and around the world as part of the Marketing team at Daktari Diagnostics, a Boston-based venture-funded healthcare technology company. Her role involves bridging the gap between the customer-facing and technology teams as well as developing customer documentation for new and existing products. Tiana recently completed her M.B.A at the MIT Sloan School of Management as a McGowan Fellow as well as a Martin Trust Community Fellow. Active in many organizations there, she served as co-president of the Healthcare Club and organized Sloan’s BioInnovations Conference. She was also co-president of the Sloan LGBT Club as well as Vice President of Alumnae Relations for Sloan Women in Management. During her time at business school, she completed an internship with the Technical Development organization at Biogen Idec, a biotech company developing treatments for neurodegenerative diseases and hemophilia. Tiana holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering with a BioEngineering concentration from Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering (Needham, MA). Highlighting her experience there was managing a five-person team that designed an in-toilet biosensor device which resulted in a provisional patent. She also spent summers interning at Genzyme Corporation and for Massachusetts General Hospital in the BioMEMS Resource Center. For four years prior to Sloan, she developed tools and solutions for doctors’ offices as a Product Innovator at athenahealth, a cloud-based software/service for medical practices.

Danielle Sewell

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sloan School of Management
Citizenship: United States
Danielle completed her MBA at MIT’s Sloan School of Management. During her time there, she focused on economics and private sector development in emerging markets. Some of her favorite activities, however, were community involvement: planning a backpacking trip that tested leadership in challenging situations, and starting a meditation group to help students reduce their stress. Danielle has spent significant time working in Africa and in the social impact sector. She was a Peace Corps volunteer in Niger, where she coached women's agribusinesses in marketing and business strategy. She also worked in Dakar for Dalberg (an emerging markets consultancy) and spent time researching food supply chains in Ghana. These experiences and her MIT education led Danielle to Cargill, a global commodity trading firm, where she has joined the Strategy & Business Development group.

Kaitlyn Caughlin

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sloan School of Management
Citizenship: United States

Kanaka Pattabiraman

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sloan School of Management
Citizenship: India

H. Kay Howard

Northwestern University
Kellogg School of Management
Citizenship: United States
At Kellogg, H. Kay is studying finance and strategy and serves as the president of the Education Industry Club, treasurer of Net Impact, and a board fellow for Howard Area Community Center. For her summer internship, H. Kay worked in the public safety practice group at Civic Consulting Alliance in Chicago. Prior to Kellogg, she studied English literature and religion at Middlebury College, where she volunteered at an elementary school. After graduation, she worked at the Partnership for Inner-City Education, a nonprofit school management organization in New York City. As the director of operations, she trained school-based operations managers on streamlining the non-academic logistics of running their schools in order to maximize their shoestring budgets and better support student achievement. She also managed the Partnership Schools’ after-school and scholarship programs. After graduation, H. Kay plans to work at a mission-driven organization.

Nikola Jakic

Northwestern University
Kellogg School of Management
Citizenship: Canada
Nikola is pursuing concentrations in managerial analytics/management and strategy at Kellogg. He interned this summer with McKinsey & Company in Toronto and plans a career in consulting with a goal of working in public policy and education. While at Kellogg, Nikola has been a first-year director of the Kellogg Consulting Club and a fellow for the Kellogg Board Fellows Program, serving on the board of Christopher House, a non-profit network of charter schools for underprivileged immigrant families. His work with that organization includes helping to develop their strategic and board governance plans. This coming year, Nikola will be president of the Public Policy Club, where he will work to raise awareness of opportunities for public-private partnerships in education, healthcare, and infrastructure. Prior to Kellogg, Nikola was a renewable energy engineer and a management consultant. He graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in mechanical engineering and has been a volunteer lecturer, exposing engineering students to consulting careers.

Rhett Andrew Braunschweig

Northwestern University
Kellogg School of Management
Citizenship: United States
Rhett is a student at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University where he is focusing on management, strategy, and marketing. While at Kellogg, he has advised a start-up at Chicago’s 1871 accelerator, worked at a recently formed private equity firm in Chicago, and consulted for a social impact start-up in São Paulo, Brazil through Kellogg Corps. Rhett currently serves as a director for Kellogg’s Private Equity & Venture Capital Conference and an advisory board member for the School’s Black Management Association Conference. Prior to Kellogg, Rhett advised middle-market companies as an investment banking associate at Robert W. Baird & Company. This past summer, he worked with Baird’s senior leadership on strategic projects in venture capital, sales and trading, and wealth management. He currently plans to pursue a career investing in and advising early-stage businesses in private equity and venture capital. Rhett graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he was a double major in finance, investment and banking, and economics. His activities there included teaching English at a local community center and volunteering at his church.

Tyler Barrack

Northwestern University
Kellogg School of Management
Citizenship: Canada
Originally from Toronto, Tyler graduated from Queen’s University in 2009 with a bachelor of commerce with first class honors. While there, he co-founded the University’s chapter of international development NGO Free the Children and held internships with the World Bank and the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. After graduation, he joined the Boston Consulting Group as an associate in the Toronto office and worked primarily in the pharmaceutical, consumer goods and telecommunications industries. He also co-founded a youth mentorship program with Pathways to Education and sat on the Board of Directors of Eva’s Initiatives, a homeless youth shelter. Tyler enrolled in the Kellogg Graduate School of Management in 2012. He earned an MBA with distinction, ranking first in his class academically, and was named Top Student in Management and Organizations. While at Kellogg, he pursued his professional interest in sports management, holding an internship with the Strategy and Development group of the Chicago Cubs. Tyler rejoined BCG in the Chicago office after his 2014 graduation.

Nikki L. Tyler

Northwestern University
Kellogg School of Management
Citizenship: United States
Nikki received her MBA at the Kellogg School of Management, focusing on social enterprise and management and strategy. She subsequently worked at a nonprofit, where she focused on promoting market-based solutions in international development challenges. Currently, she is freelancing as an independent consultant across a variety of fields, including researching the economics of type 2 diabetes. This work builds on an outcomes-based security she helped develop while at Kellogg. Prior to Kellogg, Nikki worked as a financial and economic consultant at Cornerstone Research. She is a graduate of Boston College where she majored in economics.

Kyle Davidson Estep

Northwestern University
Kellogg School of Management
Citizenship: United States
As a Manager in Deloitte Consulting's Strategy & Operations practice, Kyle leads teams to deliver results for clients. He works primarily with health care companies as they transform their business models to adapt to the ever evolving industry landscape. Prior to graduating from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, Kyle launched the Awethu Project in Johannesburg, South Africa which employs a unique model to identify, train and invest in the most promising entrepreneurs from under-resourced communities. He also worked for Deloitte Consulting, helping clients across a variety of industries. While pursuing his MBA, Kyle worked for Samsung's Global Strategy Group in Seoul, South Korea and studied abroad at the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology. He also served as a leader in the Venture Capital club and interned with a Chicago-based VC firm. Kyle holds a bachelor of science degree with distinction in commerce from the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia.

Frank Sasso

Northwestern University
Kellogg School of Management
Citizenship: United States
Frank Sasso is the Chief Financial Officer of Kaufman Development, a commercial real estate development company specializing in multifamily, mixed-use and condominium development, located in Columbus, Ohio. His responsibilities include identifying and structuring new investments, raising capital, investor relations, and oversight of finance and accounting. Prior to joining Kaufman, Frank was a part of Amgen's commercial leadership program. He previously worked for KeyBank, where he originated senior loans and mezzanine investments for commercial real estate projects and co-managed a $625 million investment fund. Frank earned a bachelor of science degree from the Ohio State University and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.

Jonathan Chun-Hung Fung

University of Chicago
Booth School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Born and raised in Hawaii, Jonathan is focusing on finance, accounting, and economics at Booth. Between his first and second years, he interned as a summer associate at Evercore, an independent investment bank in New York City. On campus, he currently serves as a technical interview advisor for Booth’s Investment Banking Group and as a teaching assistant for a professor focused on financial information opacity issues for privately held firms. Jonathan graduated summa cum laude from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa with a BBA in finance, accounting, and international business; and minors in Chinese and economics. As an undergraduate, he also worked for three years in the university’s economic forecasting organization and performed research on affordable housing tax credits, mass transit, and high-tech investment credits. Before graduate school, Jonathan worked as a public accountant with Deloitte & Touche’s Honolulu office, serving clients in the banking and hospitality industries. A certified public accountant and certified management accountant, he has passed all three levels of the chartered financial analyst exams. In the long run, he would like to return home to the islands and contribute to progress in the local economy.

Nicole Chin Bell

University of Chicago
Booth School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Nicole is a student at Chicago Booth where she is studying strategic management and organizational behavior. She has been actively involved at Booth, including service as a Net Impact Board Fellow, BoothEd conference co-lead, Business Solutions Group engagement manager, and Booth Admissions fellow. Nicole received a dual undergraduate degree in economics and in law, letters, and society from the University of Chicago and subsequently joined New York City government with the Urban Fellows Program. Her work there reinforced her passion for the importance of K-12 education, prompting a move to Washington, DC to teach chemistry in a public high school through Teach for America. This summer Nicole interned at the Boston Consulting Group, where she worked on a non-profit healthcare strategy project. After graduation, she plans to continue to broaden her experiences through consulting before returning to K-12 public education.

Leandro Brufman

University of Chicago
Booth School of Business
Citizenship: Argentina
Leandro is pursuing concentrations in accounting, finance, and analytical finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He has been actively involved in Booth activities, serving as a macro advisor for the Investment Management Group, an analyst for the Chicago Booth CReDIT Fund, as a member of both the Investment Banking and Latin American Business Groups, and as a volunteer for the Booth Admissions Committee. This past summer, Leandro was an associate at Credit Suisse in investment banking for the leveraged finance and sponsors team. He plans a career in the banking industry while at the same time helping to work on social issues such as poverty and unemployment as well as promoting economic development. Prior to Booth, Leandro worked for the World Bank in Washington DC, advising developing countries on debt management, derivative transactions, and guarantees. While there he was elected to the steering committee of the World Bank Youth-to-Youth Association, which represented 2,000 young professionals; mentored new analysts; and developed a training program for the financial advisory and banking work area. Born and raised in Argentina, Leandro graduated from the Universidad Nacional del Sur in Bahia Blanca, Argentina, with a bachelor of science degree in economics. In addition to serving as a research fellow and teaching assistant there, he developed a mentorship program between current students and alumni, and mentored students and recent graduates on career opportunities in the U.S.

Victoria Lord

University of Chicago
Booth School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Victoria is employed with McKinsey and Company in Miami FL. She completed an MBA at the Booth School of Business with a focus on strategy and analytics, while also serving as a board of directors fellow at a Chicago non-profit. She spent the summer between her first and second year in Samsung's global strategy group, where she conducted strategy projects for Samsung companies worldwide. Prior to Booth, Victoria worked in international law at the World Bank Group, then spent five years at Deloitte Consulting, where she led strategy and performance improvement projects for Fortune Global 500 organizations and Federal government clients involved in defense, national security, and shared services. Her experience includes facilitating strategic planning efforts, leading organizational and portfolio assessments, and assisting clients in redesigning their strategies, organizations, and processes. Victoria graduated summa cum laude from American University with a bachelor of arts degree in international studies and a bachelor of science degree in business administration, as well as minors in Spanish and international economic policy.

Dwight G. Hutchinson IV

University of Chicago
Booth School of Business
Citizenship: United States

Brendan P. Hickey

University of Chicago
Booth School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Brendan has worked for the National Park Service’s Business Management Group since 2013. In this role, he leads a variety of strategy, operations, and financial planning projects for national parks throughout the country. Previously, he was an associate with Q Advisors, a Denver-based investment banking firm specializing in technology and telecommunications. He also worked as a budget analyst on President Barack Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign, and as an English teacher in Patagonia Chile. Brendan earned his MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, where he graduated with high honors. He also holds a bachelor of science in business administration from the University of Colorado where he graduated with high distinction and earned the Chancellor’s Recognition Award.

Amit Koren

University of Chicago
Booth School of Business
Citizenship: Israel

Muhammad Ali Akhtar

University of Michigan
Stephen M. Ross School of Business
Citizenship: United States
In graduate school, Ali’s focus is strategy, technology & operations, and finance. This past summer, he interned at McKinsey & Company, working on an advanced analytics strategy for a major pharmaceuticals company. At Ross, Ali is the president of the Technology Club, technology director for the Consulting Club, a member of a selective student-run big data consulting group, and a strategy consulting peer career coach. He is also the cofounder of Statum, a University of Michigan start-up providing indoor GPS services. Before business school, Ali managed the technology and data team for a boutique public-sector consulting firm based in Chicago, where he led the development of innovative technology and data tools for public agencies. He also worked as a technology intern for President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign in 2012. After Ross, Ali plans to return to McKinsey & Company. At McKinsey and beyond, he hopes to transform private industry as well as the public sector through the use of technology and data. He also cares deeply about diversity in technology and consulting and hopes to attract underrepresented minorities to careers in these industries.

Jonathan Ross Erdtsieck

University of Michigan
Stephen M. Ross School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Jonathan is focusing his curriculum at Ross on finance/strategy and social impact. He looks forward to a career in corporate finance and hopes to eventually transition his skills to the impact investing field. As a part of the Ross community, he has served as vice president of the Finance Club, vice president of fundraising for the Give-A-Day Fund, and director of events for the Net Impact Club. Prior to beginning his MBA, Jon worked in Santa Monica, CA at a boutique investment consulting firm that caters mainly to endowment and foundation clients. Most recently, he was a research associate carrying out the due diligence process in researching investment managers and recommending investments for client portfolios. After hours he was active with the Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce’s Ready-To-Learn program dedicated to literacy for inner city youth. This past summer, Jonathan was in New York as an intern with PepsiCo's North American Beverages Strategy team. He completed a bachelor of arts degree in environmental studies at the University of Southern California and earned his Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 2012.

Alexander S. Munns

University of Michigan
Stephen M. Ross School of Business
Citizenship: United States
Alex is a student at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business where he is concentrating in healthcare management with an emphasis on strategy and marketing. At Ross, he sits on the boards of the Healthcare & Life Sciences Club and Out for Business, the Ross LGBTQ student association. He is also an advisor to the Michigan Institute for Medical Innovation. This past summer Alex worked as an intern at Baxter Bioscience in the oncology commercialization area. Following business school, he plans to continue in healthcare strategy, either in a product development or commercialization role, or as an external adviser. Prior to Ross, Alex held positions in the non-profit, education, and healthcare sectors. He worked in South Africa with Grassroots Soccer, a non-profit that uses soccer to teach children about HIV prevention, and taught history as a Teach for America corps member in Chicago. Most recently, he was a strategy consultant with Artisan Healthcare Consulting, supporting clients in commercializing novel, life-extending therapies. Alex holds a bachelor’s degree from Yale University and a master’s degree in teaching from Dominican University.

Kartik Bandhuvula

University of Michigan
Stephen M. Ross School of Business
Citizenship: India
Kartik is currently a product manager with SuccessFactors in San Francisco, CA. He completed his MBA at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business where he focused on entrepreneurship and strategy. As the co-president of the Entrepreneur and Venture Club there, he assisted Ross students with their entrepreneurial endeavors. He was also a fellow of the Frankel Commercialization Fund, where he vetted and invested in Michigan start ups. Prior to attending Ross, Kartik worked as a hardware engineer at NVIDIA, a global semiconductor company. He has also been involved in several volunteer projects, from working for his alma mater's alumni association to mentoring middle school students in algebra. Kartik holds a master's degree from Stanford University and a bachelor's degree from Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India, both in electrical engineering.

Joseph D. Brannock

University of Michigan
Stephen M. Ross School of Business
Citizenship: United States
JD is an associate of the Renewable Energy Leadership Program, a rotational program where he completes four six-month assignments within various business functions of GE Renewables. He is now on the third rotation, managing the construction of two new wind turbine prototypes. In prior rotations he implemented a software tool to better optimize the wind supply chain, and assisted in the successful development and launch of the PowerUp upgrade offering for existing GE wind turbines. JD earned an MBA with high distinction from the Michigan Ross School of Business, where he assessed early-stage clean tech investment opportunities as a member of the Frankel Commercialization Fund. Prior to business school he managed a research laboratory specializing in astronomical instrumentation, and performed a variety of functions as an R&D Physicist at a startup solar technology company. He holds a bachelor of science degree in physics from the University of North Carolina.

Ryan M. Stenson

University of Michigan
Stephen M. Ross School of Business
Citizenship: United States

Dane Johnson

University of Michigan
Stephen M. Ross School of Business
Citizenship: United States

Emily Lampert

University of Pennsylvania
Wharton School
Citizenship: United States
At Wharton, Emily is planning to major in business analytics. This past summer, she interned in the U.S. program area at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, where she focused on digital learning solutions. Outside of her studies, she is involved in a number of activities, including Lipman Family Prize Fellows (a group that conducts due diligence on nonprofits and social enterprises and selects one for a $250,000 prize), Tech Club, and the Jewish Association of MBAs. She also serves a teaching assistant in Wharton’s public speaking class and on the advisory board of Let’s Get Ready, a nonprofit focused on college access. Before Wharton, Emily graduated from Columbia College, where she majored in English and political science. Following college, she was a Teach For America corps member in New Haven, Connecticut, and then worked at a fintech firm in New York. Following Wharton, Emily hopes to work at the intersection of technology and social impact. While she is not sure what this will look like, she is excited about private–public partnership models that help create synergies, scale results, and accelerate change.

Neil K. Vangala

University of Pennsylvania
Wharton School
Citizenship: United States
Neil is pursuing an MBA at the Wharton School with the long term goal of building growth companies as an entrepreneur or investor. He spent this past summer working on a real estate start-up that improves the cost and efficiency of securing financing for commercial real estate projects. He also invested time in working on a healthcare start-up that is designed to help physicians find more patients. Prior to Wharton, Neil worked as an investment professional at Genstar Capital, a $5 billion private equity firm. In this role, he invested in healthcare, technology, and financial services companies and contributed to their growth as a board observer. Prior positions include working as an investment banking analyst at Deutsche Bank in New York City for several years, as well as roles with the Clinton Foundation in Malawi Africa and the Office of U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse in Washington DC. Neil is involved in various entrepreneurial student groups at Wharton including the Entrepreneurship Club, the Founders Club, and the Wharton Business Plan Competition. Passionate about public service, he also serves as a student leader in One for the World, Academic Fellows, and Big Brothers of Philadelphia. He is a board member for the Youth Leadership Institute and was previously on the board of directors for the YMCA of San Francisco. Neil earned a bachelor of arts degree from Brown University in economics.

Julianne K. Bruno

University of Pennsylvania
Wharton School
Citizenship: United States
Julianne is a student at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. She has been involved with a wide variety of activities, including coordinating the Lipman Family Prize and serving as a member of the Social Impact Club, Wharton Women in Business, the Ethics Committee, and the Patagonia Leadership Venture. She is also a Leadership Fellow and a teaching assistant in macroeconomics and global economy. This past summer Julianne interned at Becton Dickinson, a New Jersey-based medical device company. While there, she focused on newborn health and performed a market analysis for bringing new low-cost treatment options to scale in low-resource settings and developed a business case for a comprehensive package of care for neonates. Her long-term career goal is to work in global health. Prior to Wharton, Julianne worked at JPMorgan where she sold interest rate derivatives. She was also actively involved in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, serving as the company team captain in New York City for four years, and interned at Robin Hood, a venture philanthropy fund, also in New York City. Julianne received her bachelor of arts degree in international public policy from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University

Jackson Dunlap

University of Pennsylvania
Wharton School
Citizenship: United States
Jackson is an associate in the Philadelphia office of McKinsey & Company. He received an MBA from the Wharton School at where he served as Wharton Graduate Association President and was designated a Palmer Scholar as well as a McGowan Fellow. Prior to Wharton, Jackson operated his own communications consultancy and was an early employee at ESP Systems, a wireless technology venture in Charlotte, NC. Jackson received his bachelor of science in business administration and psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Eva Liu

University of Pennsylvania
Wharton School
Citizenship: United States
Eva Liu is an associate in the Chicago office of McKinsey & Company. While at the firm, Eva has worked in several different industries, including education, healthcare, insurance, and banking. Prior to joining McKinsey, she was at Barclays in its not-for-profit healthcare investment banking group, and at the educational technology start-up, eSpark Learning. Eva graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University with an A.B. in government and a minor in economics. She also holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where she graduated with honors.

Constantinos G.V. Coutifaris

University of Pennsylvania
Wharton School
Citizenship: Greece
Constantinos G. V. Coutifaris joined American Industrial Partners in 2012 and is currently a Partner at the firm. He previously served as an associate at BV Investment Partners, LLC (a.k.a. Boston Ventures) and prior to that was in the Investment Banking Division of Bear, Stearns & Co. Inc. in New York City. Constantinos earned his MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania where he was named Palmer Scholar and the 2011 McGowan Fellow. He also had the privilege of representing his MBA classmates as their Graduation Speaker. Constantinos received a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics (honors) and Philosophy from Haverford College.

David Adelman

University of Pennsylvania
Wharton School
Citizenship: Israel