Members



Shelbi Hendricks '16

Shelbi is a senior business administration and psychology double major. Her past projects include Blue Star Fund and she will be serving as the co-executive director of Student Consulting for the 2015-2016 year. Shelbi is also a member of the varsity soccer and varsity basketball teams. This past summer Shelbi interned with the management consulting firm McKinsey & Company and she will be returning to the firm full-time following graduation. 

Inga Wells '16

Inga is a senior accounting and business administration major and dance Minor. This past summer she interned in the Financial Sponsors Group at Deutsche Bank where she will return following graduation. In addition to her role as co-director of WLSC, Inga is also the co-president of the W&L Repertory Dance Company, the domestic chair of the General Development Initiative Microfinance Organization, and a member of Money Matters, inGeneral Magazine, and Omicron Delta Kappa.

Maggie Ackell '16

Maggie is a senior business administration major and poverty and human capability studies minor. Last summer, Maggie worked as a summer associate at Palladium in the Strategy Execution Consulting division. After graduation, Maggie hopes to pursue a career in non-profit consulting or advocacy. She is also a member of Campus Kitchen Leadership Team, Mock Convention, Volunteer Venture, Student Recruitment Committee, and Running Club. 

Thomas Cain '17

Thomas is a junior accounting and business administration major. He was a finance intern for OTO Development, a real-estate development firm, this past summer. He is also president of Kappa Alpha and a dedicated member of the East Coast Champion W&L Rugby team. 

Cary Carabasi '16

Cary is a senior accounting & business administration major. He has been involved in with the 540 Productions, Main Street Lexington, and Sustainability 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 traveling. This past summer he worked as an investment banking analyst for Piper Jaffray in Charlotte, North Carolina. The previous summer Cary worked as a research analyst at Bares Capital Management in Austin, Texas.

Christopher Cardon '17

Chris is a junior 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.

Hayden Combs '18

Hayden is a sophomore majoring in economics. In addition to Consulting, he is also involved in Varsity Golf, LEAD, and the University Sustainability Committee.

Chris Curfman '17

Chris is a junior 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.

Keith Denning '18

Keith Denning is a sophomore majoring in Accounting and Business Administration, and in Computer Science. In addition to WLSC, he also works as a Technology and Learning Specialist for the Tucker Multimedia Center. More recently, Keith is the co-founder and vice-president of the newly formed Washington and Lee Technology Team.  In addition, he serves on the Hillel Executive Board as Treasurer. Keith is also involved in the Big/Little committee for FYOC, Mock Convention, and Greek life.

Kathleen Devine '16

Kathleen is a senior business administration and accounting major. After graduation she plans to pursue an MS in accountancy. She works as a teachers' assistant at the Woods Creek Montessori school and is a member of Chi Omega. 

Kellie Hara '18

Kellie is a sophomore planning to double major in business administration and history. She also is the secretary of the club polo team and is a member of Chi Omega. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in business.

Kathryn Huntley '18

Kathryn is a sophomore from Columbia, South Carolina majoring in business administration and religion.  She is also on the Mock Convention events crew and is also a member of University Singers and Jubilee a Capella group.  

Josh Jackson '16

Josh is a senior majoring in business administration. His past projects include 360 Media Ventures, 540 Productions, and the Sustainability project. Josh is also a member of the Student Judicial Council and the Kemper Scholar Program and looks to pursue a career in consulting or finance. 

Courtney McCauley '17

Courtney is a junior from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania majoring in accounting and business administration. She served on the Museum Project advising the school on a potential future Washington and Lee art museum. She is also the director of operations for Mock Convention and a member of Kathekon. 

Cassie McHenry '17

Cassie is a junior 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.

Rebecca Orsak '18

Rebecca Orsak is a sophomore majoring in accounting and business administration with a minor in poverty and human capabilities studies. She is also involved in Calyx, Hillel student board, Traveller, and the student recruitment committee. Following graduation she wants to pursue a career in the field of accounting.

Brooke Peccie '17

Brooke Peccie is a junior accounting and business administration major and German minor.  In addition to Student Consulting, she is a member of the Campus Kitchen Leadership Team, Kathekon, and the LIFE Leadership Team.  Following graduation, she wants to pursue a career in management consulting.

Alejandro Paniagua '16

Alejandro is a senior from Costa Rica with a double major in business administration and environmental studies. He is also a member of SAIL, FYOC, SEAL, PAACE, and MUN. He is also the Translations Chair of ESOL, and has been a voting member of the International Education Committee since 2012.

Risher Randall '18

Risher is a sophomore majoring in both Physics Engineering and Business Administration. In addition to consulting, he is a member of the football team . Last summer, he served as a roustabout on an off-shore oil right and took a class at the London School of Economics. Following graduation, he is looking to pursue a career in either consulting or finance. 

Ram Raval '18

Ram is a sophomore economics major and poverty and human capabilities studies minor. This past summer, he worked at Cooper’s Ferry Partnership, an economic development firm in Camden, NJ. Ram is the West Region group head for the Real Estate Society and is a tutor at Rockbridge County High School with the College Access Club. Following graduation, he would like to pursue a career in either consulting or finance.

William Rhyne '18

William is a sophomore Politics major with an Environmental Studies minor. He is interested in pursuing a career in the political sphere, in consulting, or in the industrial goods sector. William is also the State Chair for North Carolina in Mock Convention 2016, an Appalachian Adventure Pre-Orientation Leader, and a member of the Chi Psi Fraternity. This past spring term he interned for Congressman Patrick McHenry (R-NC) as part of W&L’s Washington Term Program.

Kelly Ruffing '18

Kelly is a sophomore from South Carolina, majoring in business administration and global politics. In addition to Consulting, she is also a member of Mock Convention and Relay for Life.  Following graduation, Kelly hopes to pursue a career that combines her love of business and creativity.

Carley Sambrook '17

Carley is a junior majoring in business administration and romance languages. This past summer she interned at the Michael Kors corporate offices in New York City in Sales & Planning for Women’s Ready to Wear. Carley studied abroad last spring term in Cádiz, Spain, and plans to study abroad again next term. Following graduation, Carley hopes to pursue a career that combines her love of travel, business, and creativity.

Karen Santana-Garces '17

Karen is a junior double-major in global politics and economics. This is her second year with student consulting and her past project was with the Blue Star Fund. This past summer she interned with Merrill Lynch Private Banking as a team research analyst.

Will Singer '18

Will Singer is a sophomore from Nashville, TN and is majoring in Physics-Engineering. Outside of Consulting, Will is involved with the Contact Committee, GAB, and the Wounded Warrior Project Club.

Edward Stroud

Edward is a junior majoring in business administration and global politics with a poverty and human capabilities minor. He worked at the Center for Economic Progress this summer. He is a Bonner Scholar and also member of Community Financial Freedom, Engineers Without Borders, the Outing Club, and LEAD.  

Jean Turlington '16

Jean is a senior accounting and business administration major and poverty and human capability studies minor. After graduation she will be working at Wells Fargo Securities as an investment banking analyst. In addition to WLSC, Jean is also involved in the Williams Investment Society, ESOL (English for Speakers Other Languages), Panhellenic Council, Money Matters, Beta Alpha Psi, Omicron Delta Kappa, and LIFE.

Hermione Wang '18

Hermione is a sophomore majoring in Geology and Accounting. In addition to Consulting, she is a Peer Counselor and also involved in Campus Kitchens, Phonathon and the costume shop. Following graduation, she wants to pursue a career that combines geology with business.

Yiwen Wang '16

Yiwen is a senior accounting and business administration major. She interned in an auditing firm in Shanghai last summer. After graduation she will pursue a Master's degree in Accounting. She is also a member of Pi Mu Epsilon.

Steven Yeung '17

Steven is a junior 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 worked this past summer as a summer analyst for Goldman Sachs in New York.