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Katherine Boorstein

Columbia University
Columbia Business School

Katherine is passionate about cultivating empathy through storytelling. At Columbia, she serves as co-president of the Media Management Association and vice president for CBS Follies, a community-building sketch comedy group. She was selected as a Nonprofit Board Leadership Program Fellow for the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise and provided pro bono consulting services to the Harlem Chamber Players, a classical music-focused nonprofit. In addition to the McGowan fellowship, Katherine received the Columbia fellowship for students demonstrating “the greatest potential to lead the world’s enterprises” as well as the Forté fellowship for outstanding women MBAs. Outside of Columbia, Katherine serves as the managing director of The Barr Hill Players, an outdoor education program for young actors.

Prior to business school, Katherine worked at ICM Partners talent agency in Los Angeles, where she represented screenwriters for television. In summer 2021, she joined McKinsey & Company as a summer associate with a focus on media and technology, supporting a large-scale telecommunications customer care transformation. Katherine earned her BA from Brown University with honors in 2016.

In her free time, you can find Katherine exploring the U.S. parks system, baking challah bread, teaching breathwork meditation, or dancing.

Mikael Clement

Dartmouth College
Tuck School of Business

At Tuck School of Business, Mikael is focusing on a management science and quantitative methods option. He is also actively serving as an admissions associate, peer support counselor, student mentor, consulting club co-chair, and mental health and wellness initiative lead.

Prior to Tuck, Mikael worked within the Strategy & Consulting practice at Accenture, where he was aligned to the financial services industry and spent over three years consulting with some of Canada’s largest banks. He has also volunteered with the Movember Foundation for the past 10 years.

After Tuck, Mikael will join the McKinsey & Company Boston office and plans to continue his career in management consulting while also having a positive impact within the mental health and suicide prevention space. In his free time, Mikael enjoys golfing, sports analytics, mentoring first-year MBA and undergraduate students, and hiking in the Northeast.

Jordan Dominguez

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sloan School of Management

As an MBA candidate at MIT’s Sloan School, Jordan is studying public and private sector collaboration for racial and economic justice. At Sloan, she’s had the opportunity to dive deeply into these topics, including participating in the first annual John R. Lewis Racial Justice Case Competition, working with the Tallahassee Office of Economic Vitality to research how their office can better support minority- and women-owned small businesses, and studying how Boston’s own innovation ecosystem can become more inclusive. Outside of class, she is an officer in the Hispanic Business Club and a member of the planning team for Sloan’s annual Hack for Inclusion.

Prior to Sloan, Jordan worked for five years at several technology startups in New York City, first as a data scientist and later as a product manager. She is passionate about using data to tell stories and building technology that serves all people. She spent her summer interning for the Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare team developing recommendations for how technology can empower healthcare providers to deliver greater value to patients.

After graduation, she plans to bring her technical skills to the public sector by building technology for government offices. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, yoga, and spending time with her two cats.

Christopher Fink

University of Michigan
Stephen M. Ross School of Business

At Ross School of Business, Christopher holds leadership roles in the Human Capital Club and Design+Business Club, and serves as a peer coach, supporting first-year MBAs through the recruitment process. Chris completed his summer internship with Johnson & Johnson as part of the Human Resources Leadership Development Program.

Prior to Ross, Chris navigated a winding career that focused on social impact. He was trained as a teacher at Vanderbilt University and taught middle and high school social studies at a public school in Wisconsin. He then transitioned to a public affairs role in Washington D.C., organizing physicians to advocate for patient access. Most recently, Chris worked at a nonprofit strategy consulting firm, leading business development initiatives and supporting client engagements. He applied his professional experience to the gun violence prevention movement, serving as a volunteer leader with Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.

Originally from Milwaukee, Chris stays active outdoors, enjoys smart comedies and political thrillers, and seeks to approach people and communities with curiosity and humility.

Jungae Jessica Kim-Schmid

University of Virginia
Darden School of Business

At Darden School of Business, Jessica serves as president of the Business Ethics at Darden Club and is also a member of Darden’s Diversity Student Advisory Group and Second Year Student Admissions Committee.

Prior to Darden, Jessica was the director of the Office of Science Outreach at Penn State University, where her team worked with students and faculty to bring exciting STEM programs to the public. Before her time at Penn State, she worked as a consultant with Deloitte Consulting’s federal practice as well as a secondary science teacher through Teach for America. This past summer, she was the HR Development Program summer associate at Danaher, and she looks forward to embarking on a career in the corporate talent space after graduation.

Jessica and her husband welcomed their first child in 2020 and enjoy bringing him along as they explore the wineries, restaurants, and hikes in the Charlottesville area.

Jordan Ollee

Carnegie Mellon University
Tepper School of Business

As an MBA candidate at Tepper, Jordan is focusing on marketing, strategy, and organizational behavior. She is the Graduate Business Association admissions officer, VP of alumni and corporate relations for the Black Business Association, and a member of the Marketing Club advisory board. In her first year, she served on the GBA Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee and served as chair of the 2021 Welcome Weekend committee.

Prior to Tepper, Jordan worked in the beauty industry for six years in sales and marketing at L’Oréal and butter LONDON. Most recently in brand marketing at butter LONDON, an Astral Brands beauty company, she developed, launched, and marketed consumer products. This summer, Jordan joined PepsiCo as a marketing intern on the PepsiCo Beverages North America (PBNA) Central Division team.

After Tepper, she is aiming for a role in a consumer-centric brand or product marketing with a global organization committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. In her free time, Jordan loves indoor cycling, the Seattle Seahawks, and spending time with family and friends.

Megan Ryan

Duke University
Fuqua School of Business

Megan is concentrating in both marketing and strategy at Fuqua. She is a Forté Fellow, Research Fellow, and Admissions Fellow. She also serves in leadership of Beer Club and the Media, Entertainment and Sports Club, and is an active member of the Marketing Club and the Association of Women in Business.

Prior to Fuqua, Megan received her BA in mathematics and secondary education from Boston College and worked in the greater Boston area as an analyst at Cornerstone Research, a leading financial and economic consulting firm. At Cornerstone, she worked with diverse cross-functional teams to provide financial and economic analysis in all phases of commercial litigation and regulatory proceedings. This past summer, Megan interned at Mars Wrigley as a brand management intern on the DOVE Chocolate brand.

Originally from a small town in northern New Jersey, Megan enjoys hiking, rooting for her favorite New York sports teams, exploring local breweries, and talking Bachelor Nation with just about anyone who will listen.

Ankur Shah

University of Pennsylvania
Wharton School

At Wharton, Ankur is pursuing majors in entrepreneurship and innovation as well as strategic management while exploring his passion for social impact and leadership. He is also serving as a William P. Lauder Wharton Leadership Fellow, a role that combines 16 months of leadership development programming with practical experience supporting first-year students with intensive coaching and mentoring. Additionally, Ankur is the president for Wharton Global Impact Consultants, a student-led organization focused on providing pro-bono consulting to impact-driven organizations or resource-limited social enterprises in developing nations. Beyond extracurriculars, Ankur serves as a teaching assistant for several courses in Wharton’s full-time and executive MBA programs, including macroeconomics, microeconomics for managers, and dynamic marketing strategy.

Prior to Wharton, Ankur worked for Accenture Strategy, where he focused on growth strategy and digital business building. His favorite projects include helping a state government address unemployment through education and creating a digital health platform business for elders aging at home.

This past summer, Ankur interned with Bain & Company in his hometown of Atlanta, where he plans to return for full-time employment. Ankur hopes to focus his time in strategy consulting on social impact, especially in education and workforce development topics. In addition to spending time with his wife and family, Ankur enjoys travel, reading, poker, coffee, and mixology.

Anant Vijay

Northwestern University
Kellogg School of Management

As an MBA candidate at Kellogg, Anant holds leadership roles with the Kellogg Southeast Asia Club and FinTech@Kellogg. He previously served as a board member and executive to the Canadian Abilities Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to improving accessibility, and as a volunteer to the Sri Brahmrishi Ashram located in India.

Prior to Kellogg, Anant worked in corporate banking with TD Bank and HSBC. He covered international clients, navigating business practices across several geographies, including China, Germany, UK, and Mexico. Most recently, Anant completed an internship with Bain & Company and is returning full time.

Anant holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Western Ontario and is also a Chartered Financial Analyst. Next, he hopes to continue his career in management consulting and take on board roles in small-sized charities focused on education, gender equality, and accessibility to expand their impact. In his spare time, Anant loves cheering unconditionally for the Toronto Raptors, reading autobiographies, and meditating.

Sarena Young

Georgetown University
McDonough School of Business

At McDonough, Sarena is exploring the intersection of business, racial equity, and social impact—with a particular interest in institutional culture, human capital, and financial inclusion issues. She also serves as VP of diversity, equity, and inclusion for the MBA Student Government Association and works with Dr. Ella. F. Washington as a research and teaching assistant. She is a member of the founding leadership team for the Anacostia Impact Fund, which works to increase access to capital for small business owners in marginalized D.C. communities.

After receiving her BA in international development and Spanish and Portuguese from UCLA, Sarena completed a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Espírito Santo, Brazil. She then worked at United Way of King County in Seattle, Washington, serving in a variety of roles on the development team and as co-chair of United Way’s Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Action Committee. This summer, Sarena joined Microsoft Corporation as a member of their HR leadership development program.

Originally from San Francisco, California, Sarena enjoys cooking, traveling, reading, and going on outdoor adventures. Her newest quarantine-hobby-turned-actual-hobby has been exploring the DMV area by bike.