Meet the Fall 2017 Executive Board
Chris is a senior from Long Island, New York majoring in Industrial and Labor Relations and minoring in Business. Before being elected as CEO, Chris served as a business analyst for two semesters, a project manager for one semester, and served a full year term as Vice President of Operations. In addition to CSC, he is a Meinig Family Cornell National Scholar, an analyst in the Cornell Hedge Fund, and an active member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. Chris has previously completed two internships in commercial real estate with SL Green Realty Corp. and Avison Young. He spent this past summer as a Private Equity Summer Analyst on the investment team within BlackRock Private Equity Partners.
Fun Fact: Chris served as a bartender for Hotel Ezra Cornell 91.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Robbie is studying Applied Economics and Management with a focus on Behavioral Economics. Apart from CSC, on campus, he is involved in the Dyson Inclusion and Diversity Committee (DysID), the Sigma Phi Society, and the Nightlife Hospitality Club. This past summer Robbie interned at Snapchat, working with their Talent Acquisition department. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his friends outside and action sports.
Stacey is a rising senior at Cornell pursuing a B.S. in Human Development with minors in both Business and Nutrition & Health. She is interested in understanding the varying aspects and applications of decision-making research, an area in which she is currently completing her honors thesis. Stacey has worked on three client engagements in many different spaces – most recently as a project manager on a Mexican hostel start-up. This summer, she is interning in the Human Resources division at Deutsche Bank in the New York office, where she is specializing in compensation and internal mobility. At Cornell, she also works at the Cornell Annual Fund, serves as VP of Psi Chi, is involved in Greek life, and enjoys impromptu singing & piano-playing in her free time.
Chris is a junior studying Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell's ILR School, triple minoring in business, inequality studies and law & society. He is serving his third semester as a project manager and has previously been a business analyst for two semesters. On campus, he is the Vice President of his social fraternity and is published in the undergraduate disability law review. Professionally, Chris has worked as an investment banking summer analyst at Oberon Securities, a life sciences consulting summer intern at EY and was most recently a business analyst at Goldman Sachs on the business process re-engineering team. He has interests in technology, human capital management and finance.
Cole is a rising junior in Cornell University's College of Engineering studying Operations Research with minors in both Business and Information Science. He is currently interning for Akamai Technologies' Corporate Development team in Cambridge, MA, where he is gaining experience in Mergers & Acquisitions and venture capital investing within the Web Services industry. In his free time, Cole is a peer tutor for student athletes, plays pickup basketball, and is an active member of his social fraternity.
Mike is a senior from Ramsey, NJ majoring in Industrial and Labor Relations and pursuing minors in science and technology studies and business. Joining CSC as a junior, he has made the most of his time as a business analyst on both the RedRoute and RedHead Wine engagements. Spanning both the public and private sectors, his professional experiences include interning at the Muller Law Group as a paralegal’s assistant, working in constituent services for U.S. Congressman Scott Garrett, and interning this summer for KPMG within the Business Process Group. Elsewhere on campus, Mike is the president of Cornell Club Golf and an active brother of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. In his spare time, he pursues his passion for sailing and for automobiles.
Sabina is a junior majoring in Applied Economics and Management with a concentration in Finance. In the past for CSC, she has been on projects for Miles Ahead and Redhead Wines. For Miles Ahead, she focused on human capital consulting and designed different compensation schemes. For Redhead Wines, deliverables were marketing and branding oriented--suggesting potential consumer positioning, advertising mechanisms, and distribution channels. Outside CSC, she is a Director of Funds for her sorority, an analyst for Cornell Venture Capital, and the treasurer for Cornell Club Soccer. Additionally, this summer she worked as a Credit Risk analyst within the Industry Research and Analytics group at Capital One. Some of her personal interests include VC, psychology, soccer, education, and food. She is open to all different types of projects in various industries. She has been exposed to a variety of different industries throughout her internship this summer doing industry research in areas of retail, grocery, housing, auto, and gaming. She is particularly interested in marketing (positioning, branding), financial services, and company strategy and positioning.
Andrew is a junior from Long Island, NY majoring in Applied Economics and Management with concentrations in Business Analytics and Finance and an intended minor in Real Estate. He joined CSC in the Spring 2016 semester as an analyst. On campus, Andrew is a junior analyst in FMGC, an analyst in TAMID Group, and a member of the Hillel Finance Committee. This past summer, Andrew worked at Timber Lake West sleep-away camp in Roscoe, NY. He is hoping to eventually pursue a career in consulting.