Jack Strauss is a junior double majoring in Business Administration and Chinese. He has previously worked at Acer Computers in Taipei, Taiwan and most recently at Northrop Grumman in Redondo Beach, California. On campus, Jack serves on the Executive Board of the Marshall Student Ambassadors and has competed on a number of business case competition teams. In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf, watching USC football, and traveling.
Madeline Zheng is a junior majoring in Philosophy and Applied & Computational Mathematics. She has worked at a data analytics startup, NBCUniversal, and most recently, PwC. Outside of TCG, Madeline is also involved as a Dornsife Ambassador and as a research assistant in the Security and Political Economy Lab. Her favorite things include David Foster Wallace, exploring new ideas and places, and ice cream.
Joel Hanson is a senior studying Business Administration. In addition to the Trojan Consulting Group, he has been involved on campus with the Trojan Investing Society. From Scottsdale, Arizona, Joel's hobbies include golf, camping, and international travel. Joel spent the most recent summer as an intern in PJT Partners' Restructuring & Special Situations Group in New York, where he will be returning full-time.
Laura Yin is a senior majoring in Business Administration, and studied abroad in Madrid during the Spring 2017 semester. Previously, she interned at The Boeing Company as a financial analyst on the commercial airplanes team, and at the consulting company Parthenon-EY as a summer associate. On campus, she is a TA for the Global Leadership Program, a Marshall Student Ambassador, and was previous involved in Beta Alpha Psi honorary accounting fraternity. In her spare time, Laura is an avid fan of Pacific Northwest hiking, video filmography, and Stranger Things. Laura will be returning full-time to Parthenon-EY in San Francisco upon graduation.
Richard Zhou is a Master's student from Madison, Wisconsin studying Aerospace Engineering with an emphasis in aircraft design. He has previously interned at Dassault Systèmes, The Aerospace Corporation, and The Boeing Company. Currently, Richard is working as an industry and tech analyst for Starburst Accelerator and as a student coordinator for USC Jumpstart, an early education organization. In his free time, he enjoys playing piano, playing tennis, and watching sports.
Michelle Han is a senior double majoring in Business Administration and Psychology, with a minor in Musical Studies (Piano Performance). This past summer Michelle worked at Parthenon-EY as a consultant, and will be returning to their Los Angeles office as a full-time associate after graduation. Outside of TCG, Michelle serves as co-president of USC Consulting Club, and is involved in Troy Camp and the Office of Wellness and Health Promotion. She also serves on the executive board of Psi Chi Psychology Honors Society. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring the LA food scene, hiking, and skiing.
Tilden Chima is a senior with a major in Biomedical Engineering (elective emphasis in Neuroengineering). In addition to the Trojan Consulting Group, he is actively involved in the National Society of Black Engineers and the Trojan Health Connection, USC’s pre-med newspaper. His research interests revolve around the utilization of engineering techniques in spurring rehabilitation for people with physiological defects. His business interests revolve around the acquisition of medical-technology firms. Tilden’s long term goals include going to medical school to get his MD/MBA. In his free time, Tilden loves to HBO and chill, log 5+ kilometers on the elliptical, and most importantly, put smiles on the face of every individual he is privileged to meet.
Farah Karabeg is a senior of The World Bachelor in Business, a triple degree B.S. program developed by Bocconi University, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and University of Southern California. She has previously worked in Luxpads Real Estate Beverly Hills and as business development intern in Deloitte Bosnia and Herzegovina. On campus, she also serves as a WBB Student Ambassador. She was trained in classical ballet for 10 years, subsequently became a national vice-champion of Bosnia and Herzegovina in ballroom dance. She published a book of poetry in 2015, and enjoys traveling and learning foreign languages.
Terek Rutherford is a junior majoring in Business Administration. Last summer he interned at Janus Capital on their Global Fixed Income team, where he will be returning next summer. On campus, Terek is also a co-president of the Trojan Investing Society. In his free time, he enjoys reading non-fiction, playing tennis, skiing, and learning about international relations. Upon graduation, Terek hopes to pursue a career in buy-side finance.
Juliette Bolea is a junior majoring in Business Administration with a double minor in International Relations and Law and Society. She interned at Bank of America Merill Lynch's New York City offices in their Global Banking & Markets division, and she will be returning to the city next summer to work for Lazard as an investment banking analyst. In addition to TCG, she serves as one of the Co-Presidents of Trojan Investing Society, an intern for the Dean of USC's Annenberg School of Journalism and Communication, and a Marshall Student Ambassador. Juliette went abroad through USC to China and Taiwan, and she will be studying abroad again in Madrid during Spring 2018. In her free time, she enjoys running half-marathons, hiking, and cooking international dishes.
Anav Sharma is a junior studying Business Administration with a concentration in Finance and a minor in International Economics. Outside of class, he is an active member of Los Angeles Community Impact, a Marshall Student Ambassador, and a debater for the Trojan Debate squad. Over the summer, Anav worked in Singapore for a strategic insight and analytics firm Frontier Strategy Group and hopes to continue a fruitful career in management consulting post graduation. When he is not busy, he likes to attend hip-hop concerts, read about political theory, and enjoy the outdoors.
Ben Dugger is a sophomore studying Business with a concentration in Finance. This past summer he hiked over 200 miles working as a backpacking guide at Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico. Interests outside business include Atlanta sports and USC football. His primary hobbies range from playing golf to backpacking to visiting the beach. Upon graduation, he hopes to pursue a career in investment banking or sports analytics.
Alyssa Lam is a sophomore studying Business Administration with a double minor in Nutrition & Health Promotion and Dance. Last summer, she interned as a finance intern at Herman Miller in Hong Kong through USC Marshall's Winslow-Maxwell program. In addition to TCG, she is the Vice President of Communications of the Marshall Business Student Government and a Marshall Student Ambassador. She enjoys baking, traveling, and hiking in her free time. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in management consulting, and hopes to work with healthcare clients in particular.
Guglielmo Panizza is a sophomore majoring in Business Administration. His previous work experiences include internships at Emporio Commerce, an e-commerce management firm in Argentina, and Wve Labs, an app-development company based in LA, in addition to an externship at The Boston Consulting Group. Born and raised in Rome, Italy, Guglielmo enjoys watching international soccer and NBA basketball and hopes to pursue a career in management consulting upon graduation.
Angel Nwosu is a freshman at USC majoring in Business Administration with an intended minor in Applied Analytics. She previously interned for the Vice Chair of the House Democratic Caucus, Congresswoman Linda Sanchez. She also interned for a management consulting firm where she conducted research for IT companies looking to expand their businesses internationally. On campus, Angel serves as a Marshall Student Ambassador and is a member of the USC Consulting Club. In her free time, Angel loves watching YouTube videos and is extremely passionate about Jazz and Nigerian dance. After graduation, Angel hopes to pursue a career in strategy or management consulting.
Sho Chawla is a freshman studying Business Administration. In addition to TCG, he is also involved in the Global Leadership Program. He has previously worked as a Taekwondo instructor, a live jazz performer, and a tutor. In his free time, he enjoys playing the saxophone, going to the beach, skateboarding, and hiking. Upon graduation, Sho hopes to pursue a career in management consulting or music business.