Carley Sambrook '17

Carley is a senior from Montreal, Canada majoring in Business Administration. She is the former Executive Vice President of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, a Career Fellow, a Lead Class Agent, and Co-Executive Director of Washington & Lee Student Consulting for the 2016-2017 school year. Carley has combined her creative and business interests to purse a career in the fashion industry, spending the last two summers working in New York City for Michael Kors and Tory Burch. Next year she will be working for Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City in fashion buying and planning.

Edward Stroud '17

Edward is a senior from Shreveport, LA majoring in Business Administration and Global Politics. This past summer he worked in Chicago for Lincoln International and will be returning to work as a full-time analyst post-graduation. Edward is a part of several other organizations on campus including Nabors Service League, the Political Review, the Outing Club, LEAD and the Bonner Program, among others.

Zainab Abiza '19

Zainab is a sophomore from Rabat, Morocco majoring in International Politics and Economics with a minor in Poverty and Human Capabilities Studies. As part of the Shepherd International Internship Program, she interned this past summer at the Belize Family Life Association which raises awareness about several reproductive and sexual health issues in Dangriga, Belize. Zainab is the VP Community Service of Kappa Delta Sorority as well as a member of LIFE Leadership Team and Fancy Dress Committee. She also volunteers at Project Horizon and teaches Arabic at Fairfield Elementary School. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in either diplomacy or consulting.

Emily Bair '19

Emily is a sophomore from Van Wert, Ohio majoring in Accounting and Business Administration. In addition to Student Consulting, she is a First-Year Resident Adviser (RA), a student work-study in the W&L Sports Information Department, and a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. After graduation, she plans to pursue a job in either finance or consulting.

Thomas Cain '17

Thomas is a senior Accounting and Business Administration major from Greenville, South Carolina. This is his third year as part of WLSC. Thomas is a former president of the Kappa Alpha Order, and captain of the Screaming Minks Rugby Club. He was recently inducted into ODK. This past summer he interned for PwC Management Consulting in Washington DC in their Public Sector Practice.

Hayden Combs '18

Hayden is a junior Economics major from Kennett, Missouri and attended high school in Memphis, Tennessee. He is a member of the W&L Varsity Golf Team, serves on the Student Body Constitution Review Committee, and is President of the W&L Inter-fraternity Council. This past summer, he spent fourteen weeks in Europe, working and studying in Copenhagen and London. After school, he plans to pursue a job in management consulting.

Chris Curfman '17

Chris is a senior Mathematics and Economics double major who worked at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington, DC as a research intern and at the Kemper Corporation in Chicago as a financial planning and analysis intern. He studied abroad at the London School of Economics all of junior year and is involved at W&L as a Resident Adviser (RA), a peer tutor, and as a career fellow in the university's Career Development Center. He is returning to the Federal Reserve Board after graduation to work as a Research Assistant.

Albert Del Cristo '19

Albert is a sophomore double major in Accounting and English from Clarksburg, NJ. Aside from WLSC, he is a member of the Track and Field team, The Stone, University Ambassadors, and LEAD. This summer Albert will be interning with PwC and hopes to pursue a career in Consulting or Investment Banking upon graduation.

Keith Denning '18

Keith Denning is a junior 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 Global Discovery Laboratories. 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 and Greek life. Keith plans to pursue a career in investment banking after graduation.

Allie DiPietro '19

Allie is a sophomore Business Administration major and Latin American and Caribbean Studies minor from Baltimore, MD. In addition to WLSC, she is a member of JubiLee a cappella group and the Money Matters club, and is a language tutor for a local Lexington family through W&L's ESOL program.

Laura Gottschalk '19

Laura is a sophomore from Lake Forest, Illinois majoring in Accounting and Business Administration. She is a member of the Varsity Swim Team and a peer tutor. Additionally, she is the Co-Finance Chair of W&L’s Dance Marathon, and the Finance Assistant of the university’s chapter of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority. Laura plans to utilize her skills to work for an accounting firm after graduation.

Bennett Hermann '19

Bennett is a sophomore Engineering major and Computer Science minor from Summit, New Jersey. In addition to WLSC, he is involved in Engineers Without Borders through which he helped build a bio-sand water filter for a small community in Belize last February. This summer he will be interning in CapeTown South Africa, and hopes to pursue a career in business after graduating.

Tanpreet Hunjan '19

Tanpreet is a sophomore majoring in Economics and Studio Art. Originally from England, she became interested in studying in the US after completing a summer program at Yale University. Interested in pursuing a career in finance Tanpreet will be interning at Bank of America this upcoming summer and serves as treasurer of Kappa Delta Sorority. Outside of W&L, Tanpreet runs her own henna business and enjoys mentoring students for a social mobility charity called SEO London.

Kathryn Huntley '18

Kathryn is a junior from Columbia, South Carolina, majoring in business administration with a minor in creative writing. She sings in the Washington and Lee University Singers, the Washington and Lee Women’s Choir and JubiLee a cappella group. Kathryn hopes to pursue a career in the communications field after graduation.

Liz Janisse '19

Liz Janisse is a sophomore from Milwaukee, Wisconsin majoring in Strategic Communications. In addition to Student Consulting, she is a Volunteer Venture leader with the Shepherd Program and Alpha Delta Pi’s New Member Coordinator. Liz interned in communications with Summerfest, the world's largest music festival. She hopes to pursue a career in corporate PR/crisis communication.

Bryan Jun '19

Bryan is a sophomore from Irvine, California majoring in Accounting & Business Administration and Computer Science. This past summer he interned for Spigen, a leading mobile accessory company, as a member of their Amazon Team. In addition to Student Consulting, Bryan is a Bonner Scholar, College Access Tutor, Resident Adviser, and LEAD Marketing Chair.

Courtney McCauley '17

Courtney is a senior at Washington and Lee University with a major in Business and Accounting. She was the Director of Operations for the 2016 Mock Convention cycle and is a member of Kathekon. After graduation she will be returning to the Investment Grade Finance group at JP Morgan where she interned last summer.

Kathryn McEvoy '19

Kathryn is a sophomore from Middletown, Maryland majoring in Global Politics and minoring in Poverty and Human Capability Studies. This past summer she interned for the Honorable Judge Richard Sandy in Frederick County. She hopes to pursue a career in law. Kathryn is part of several other organizations on campus including English for Speakers of Other Languages, Money Matters, University Ambassadors, and the Shepherd Program, among others.

Cassie McHenry '17

Cassie is a senior pursuing a dual-degree major in Business Accounting and French. She spent her Fall semester of her junior year studying at the Sorbonne in Paris to further her French Language skills. Cassie enjoys WLSC because it allows her to combine her business knowledge with practical solutions for a variety of unique businesses and organizations. Last semester she completed work for a non-profit operating on campus, helping them develop a marketing revamp that will take place in the coming year to strengthen the organizations brand recognition on campus. Upon graduation Cassie will be working for a middle-market investment bank, CHILDS Advisory Partners, in Atlanta, Georgia where she completed a summer internship during the summer of 2016.

Rebecca Orsak '18

Rebecca is an junior majoring in Accounting and Business Administration with a minor in poverty and human capabilities from Houston, Texas. This past summer, she participated in the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty, working on community and economic development in Camden, New Jersey. On campus, Rebecca is  an assistant editor for the school yearbook, a campus tour guide, a Traveller employee, and Recruitment Chair for the Chi Omega fraternity. Following graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in management consulting. 

Ale Paniagua '17

Alejandro is a senior from San José, Costa Rica majoring in Business Administration and Environmental Studies. He had an internship with McKinsey & Company in 2016 as part of the US & Canada team focusing on Intellectual Property analytics, and innovation trends.

Brooke Peccie '17

Brooke is a senior 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 Beta Alpha Psi. After graduation, Brooke will be working in federal consulting at PricewaterhouseCoopers in DC.

William Rhyne '18

William is a junior majoring in Politics and Business Administration from Belmont, North Carolina. His interest in the outdoors has led him to pursue an Environmental Studies minor and serve as an Appalachian Adventure pre-orientation trip leader for W&L’s Outing Club. This past summer William interned for The Stewart Group, a political consulting and public affairs firm based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Moving forward, he hopes to continue pursuing a career that combines politics and business.

Kelly Ruffing '18

Kelly is a junior from South Carolina, majoring in Business Administration. In addition to Student Consulting, she is also a member of the Real Estate Society and served as a member of the 2016 Mock Convention Financial Team. Following graduation, Kelly would like to pursue a career combining her love of business and creativity.

Karen Santana-Garces '17

Karen is a Senior double major in Economics and Global Politics from Livonia, Michigan. This past summer she interned at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and will continue a career in finance following graduation. In addition to membership in WLSC she is the Co-President of Money Matters and Co-Chair of Fancy Dress. Her past projects with WLSC include CornerStone Bank and Blue Star Fund

Will Singletary '19

Will is a sophomore from Jacksonville, FL double majoring in Business Administration and Philosophy. He is a member of Washington and Lee’s Football team, and is also the president of W&L’s club golf team. Will is the founder and council chair of Washington and Lee’s executive council chapter of the American Enterprise Institute, a public policy research institute and think-tank in Washington D.C. Additionally, he is the social chair of Chi Psi fraternity and is involved with Students Against Rockbridge Area Hunger, an organization helping raise awareness and money to combat local hunger in the county. Will hopes to pursue a career in consulting or working for the NFL.

Hermione Wang '18

Hermione is a junior from Calgary, Canada majoring in Geology and Accounting and Business Administration. This past summer, she interned in London at tech startup Werkin App, where she analyzed the competitive landscape of the HR technology sector. On campus, Hermione is a member of the Campus Kitchens Leadership Team, Head House Director of the Lenfest Centre for the Arts and a Community Assistant. Following graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in sustainability and CSR.

Lucy Wolter '19

Lucy is a sophomore from Birmingham, AL majoring in Business Administration and Art History. In addition to Student Consulting, Lucy is a co-chair for the Big/Little Committee for FYOC, a member of the Habitat for Humanity Fundraising Board, Arts League, and Greek Life. Following graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in either consulting or one where she combines her love of business and the arts.