Campbell is a senior with a major in business administration and a minor in creative writing. Last year, she led the Valley Program for Aging Services project and sophomore year, she worked on the "End the Horrible Hire" project.
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Dillon is a senior and double major in Business Administration and East Asian Languages and Literature. He has been working with WLSC for three years and currently as executive director for the organization. His previous WLSC projects include work for Dwolla, UNESCO and Valley Program for Aging Services.
Reid Andren is a junior currently pursuing a major in Accounting and Business Administration. As a member of WLSC during 2013, he worked as a part of the Dwolla team. Reid is the bass section leader for The Washington and Lee Singers, a member of the all-male a capella group Southern Comfort and hosts a radio show on 91.5 FM Lexington.
Brandyn is a senior economics major and is in his third year with WLSC. Last year he served as project leader for the Friends of the Rockbridge Choral Society project and the Brazilian Sustainable Jewelry project. Prior to that he served on the Camu-Camu project, during which time he had the opportunity to travel and work in Barcelos, Brazil.
Mihai is a senior with a major in accounting. He has been working with WLSC for one year. His previous WLSC projects include work for Katuaq and the Valley Program for Aging Services project.
Libby Cloos is a senior Economics major and Environmental Studies minor. She has been a member of WLSC for three years. Libby worked on the PIATAM project in her sophomore year and is currently the group leader of a project researching community-based adventure tourism in the Brazilian Amazon.
Mary Gabe is a junior and a Mathematics and Economics double major. This is her second year as a member of WLSC, and she worked on the Dwolla project last year. Mary also competes on the W&L swim team in breaststroke and IM. Last summer, she interned with Lincoln Financial Group in the Enterprise Risk Management department.
Ellen is a junior with a double major in Economics and Politics. This is her second year working for WLSC, and past projects include working with the Blue Ridge Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Scott Gould is a junior Accounting and Business Administration major and Computer Science minor. This is his second year working for W&L Student Consulting, and in his first year, he was a member of the Shenandoah Preschool team.
Ethan is a junior with a major in Accounting and Business Administration. He has been working with WLSC for a year and has been a part of the Brazilian Artwork project in the past.
Paige Hogan is junior with a major in Accounting & Business Administration and French Language. This is her second year working for WLSC.
Following graduation from Washington and Lee, Chelsea plans on applying for a summer internship at one of the big four accounting firms and obtaining her masters in accounting the following academic year. She will then sit for the CPA and, hopefully, begin work for the accounting firm she interned for, serving as a consultant for U.S. based companies expanding into China.
Julia is a junior and a Psychology and Business Administration double major. She has been a member of WLSC since the fall of 2012.
Kate is a junior with a double major in Economics and Global Politics and a minor in Poverty and Human Capability studies. She has been involved with WLSC for one year and is currently working on an ecotourism project in Amazonian Brazil.
James is a senior majoring in economics and business administration. He has been working with WLSC for two years.
Christian is a senior and dual-degree candidate who is double majoring in Business Administration and Global Politics.
Clay McLean is a junior economics major.
Bryan is a senior accounting and business administration major with a minor in mathematics. He is entering his second year as a member of WLSC and was involved with the Visit Greenland and Katuaq Cultural Center projects last year.
Sarah Jane is a senior, double majoring in Business Administration and English. This is her second year as a member of WLSC. Last year she was the group leader for the "Wearever You Go" project.
Kevin is a senior Economics and Sociology double major from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Last summer he interned with 360 Ventures, a next generation content marketing firm crafting client brands through innovative event and media properties, and related marketing ventures.
Anna is a senior with a major in business administration. She has been working with WLSC since the beginning of junior year; specifically focusing on a project revamping Greenland's tourism marketing in the United States. During winter and spring, Anna studied international business in Madrid, Spain.
Tucker Thompson is a junior with a major in Business Administration, who is interested in pursuing internships in either consulting or investment banking.
Drew is a Junior majoring in Business and Accounting at Washington and Lee.