Members



Mary Gabe '15

Mary is a senior majoring in mathematics and economics. She currently serves as an Executive Director of Student Consulting and previously worked on projects for Dwolla, Casa Victoria, and Main Street Lexington. Mary is also a member of Omicron Delta Kappa and a captain on the W&L swim team. After graduation, she plans to work for Milliman as an actuarial healthcare consultant.

Paige Hogan '15

Paige is a senior majoring in accounting & business administration and French. She has worked on projects for St. John’s Episcopal Church, Commercial Composting, and the Katuaq Cultural Center. Paige is also president of Beta Alpha Psi. After graduation, she plans to intern at Ernst & Young, pursue her masters in accounting at UVA, and sit for the CPA exam.

Maggie Ackell '16

Maggie is a junior business administration major and poverty studies minor from Appleton, WI. Maggie worked on the new media company based in DC group, as well as the Shepherd Program and Peacework International. Maggie also worked as a microfinance consultant in Hoa An, Vietnam last summer. Maggie continues to volunteer locally as a part of Campus Kitchen’s Leadership Team.

Jok Asiyo '16

Jok is a junior computer science major with a creative writing minor. He has worked on projects for CFK (Citadel for Kids), New Healthcare Blog/Media Company and currently Robert Griffin III's Family of Three.

Thomas Cain '17

Thomas is a sophomore from Greenville, South Carolina majoring in accounting & business administration. His past projects include the Health Center Project. In addition to working for WLSC, he is also a peer counselor and the president of W&L’s chapter of the Kappa Alpha Order Fraternity.

Cary Carabasi '16

Cary is a junior accounting & business administration major. He has been involved in with the 540 Productions and Main Street Lexington projects. Cary is also a captain of the men’s soccer team at W&L and a member of the Williams Investment Society. His interests include music production, sports, and travelling. This past summer he worked as a research analyst at Bares Capital Management in Austin, Texas.

Christopher Cardon '17

Chris is a sophomore double major in East Asian Language Studies and accounting & business Administration from White Plains, New York. He has worked on the Robert Griffin III Family of Three philanthropy of project. Chris is currently a runner on the W&L track and field team, and is also planning on studying in China for the Spring Term. In addition, he is also a MS-II cadet in AROTC at VMI.

Chris Curfman '17

Chris is a sophomore pursuing a double major in mathematics and economics. His past projects include the Rockbridge Area Relief Association (RARA) project. He is a Kemper Scholar, and during this coming summer he will be working as a financial planning and analysis intern for the Kemper Insurance Corporation at their Chicago Headquarters.

Kathleen Devine '16

Kathleen is a junior accounting & business administration major from Port Washington, New York. She has worked on the Blue Lab Brewery project and the Rockbridge Area Health Center project. Kathleen is a member of the W&L Varsity Track & Field team and works at the Woods Creek Montessori school during the week. Following graduation Kathleen hopes to pursue a career in strategy consulting, with a particular interest in the public sector.

Scott Gould '15

Scott is a senior accounting & business administration major and computer science minor from Nashville, TN. His previous WLSC projects include work with Shenandoah Preschool, a Rockbridge County economic development team, Smathers & Branson, and 540 Productions. Following graduation, Scott will work for SunTrust Robinson Humphrey. Scott’s other interests include hiking, travelling, and technology.

Ethan Harel '15

Ethan is a senior accounting & business administration major. He has worked on the Blue Start Project, the Rockbridge Area Communities Against Drugs Project, and the Brazilian Art Project.

Shelbi Hendricks '16

Shelbi is a junior majoring in business administration and psychology. She has worked on the Blue Star Fund project. Shelbi is also a member of the W&L women’s basketball team and women’s soccer team and would like to pursue a career in management consulting.

Josh Jackson '16

Josh is a junior with a major in business administration. His past projects include 360 Media Ventures and 540 Productions. Josh is also an Honor Advocate and a member of the University Board of Appeals. This summer he will be working in corporate investments for Kemper Corporation.

Kaitlin Krouskos '17

Kaitlin is a sophomore with a major in accounting & business administration and a minor in environmental studies. Her projects include the Blue Star Fund. She is also a member of Williams Investment Society and is on the LEAD banquet committee. She is interested in pursuing a career in finance.

Julia Lang '15

Julia is a senior neuroscience major. During her three years as a member of WLSC she has worked on projects for Visit Greenland, Brazilian Crafts, Y'Allsome, the Ring-tum Phi, and the Washington and Lee Museum. Julia hopes to pursue a career in biomedical consulting after graduation.

Katherine LeMasters '15

Kate is a senior majoring in economics and global politics with a minor in poverty and human capability studies. She has worked on projects based in Brazil, Ecuador, and Ghana and is now leading a project with the Rockbridge Area Occupational Center (RAOC).

Courtney McCauley '17

Courtney is a sophomore pursuing a double major in accounting & business administration and politics. Courtney is also the Director of Operations for the 2016 Mock Convention cycle and oversees all event planning, logistics, and memorabilia design. She plans to work in the finance sector after W&L, specifically in investment banking.

Cassie McHenry '17

Cassie is a sophomore from northern Virginia. She is a business accounting and French double major. She has worked on the Sustainability Project and is interested in finance and consulting for the future.

Clarence McLean '15

Clay is a senior economics major. This is his third year with WLSC. He previously worked on a project with Shenandoah Preschool.

Jack Murphy '15

Jack is a senior currently pursuing a major in philosophy. This is his second year as a member of WLSC, and in the past he has worked on the Friends of the Rockbridge Choral Society board restructuring project as well as the 540 Productions marketing project. Upon graduation, Jack will be working on the high yield and leveraged loan capital markets desk at J.P. Morgan.

Alejandro Paniagua '16

Alejandro is a junior business administration and environmental studies double major from San José, Costa Rica He has worked on the Blue Lab Project and the Food Pantry Project. He is also the president of SAIL for 2013-2014 and is currently the Translation Chair of ESOL, and has been a voting member of the International Education Committee since 2012.

Zac Richey '16

Zac is a junior accounting & business administration major from Staunton, Virginia. He has worked on the 360 Media Ventures marketing plan project and a cooperative project between Peaceworks International and the Shepherd Program. Zac has worked with the RAOC to find a viable business partnership to provide them with consistent work.

Carley Sambrook '17

Carley is a sophomore majoring in business administration and Romance Languages. This past summer she worked on developing her jewelry business, Carley & Carlisle, which she started when she was sixteen. Carley studied abroad last spring term in Cádiz, Spain, and plans to study abroad again next year. Following graduation, Carley hopes to pursue a career that combines her love of travel, business, and creativity.

Karen Santana-Garces '17

Karen is a sophomore double majoring in economics and global politics. This is her first year with WLSC and is currently working on the Blue Star Fund Project. Karen is also a sub-committee chair for Fancy Dress and her interests include traveling, studying languages, and reading.

Edward Stroud

Edward is a sophomore majoring in business administration and global politics with a minor in poverty and human capability studies. He joined WLSC last semester and is excited to be working on his first project with the Rockbridge Area Occupational Center (RAOC). Edward is a current Kemper Scholar and Bonner Scholar at W&L, and his interests include backpacking, traveling, and running.

Tucker Thompson '15

Tucker is a senior accounting & business administration major. In the summer after his junior year, Tucker was a summer analyst at J.P. Morgan and will be returning full time after graduation. Tucker has been a member of WLSC since his sophomore year and was a project leader his junior year.

Jean Turlington '16

Jean is a junior currently pursing a major in accounting & business administration and a minor in poverty and human capability studies. This is her second year as a Member of WLSC. She has worked as a part of the Smathers and Branson online advertising project and the 540 Productions Theater Company community development project.

Yiwen Wang '16

Yiwen is a junior majoring in accounting & business administration and minoring in mathematics. She is an international student from Shanghai, China. Yiwen has worked on 360 Media Ventures project and is currently part of the Food Pantry project. Yiwen's other interests include travelling, cooking, piano, and origami.

Inga Wells '16

Inga is a junior accounting & business administration major and dance minor. She has worked on the St. John's Episcopal Church project, Y'allsome, and Rockbridge Area Health Center teams. Inga is also the Chair of Domestic Projects for the General Development Initiative, Inc. She will be interning in the corporate finance division of Deutsche Bank during the summer of 2015.

Steven Yeung '17

Steven is a sophomore Chinese, politics, and accounting & business administration triple-major. Outside of WLSC, Steven is a member of the Executive Committee, English for Speakers of Other Languages, and Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. He will be working this summer as a summer analyst for Goldman Sachs in New York. This coming spring and fall term, he plans to study abroad in Ghana and China.