Terance Wolfe is known for his work in strategic planning, executive development through team-building and coaching, and organizational assessment and change. He has authored book chapters and journal articles, and presented at conferences in the United States and abroad. Professor Wolfe’s current interests are strategic mindsets, the development of strategic sense-making, and dimensions of high performance management. He has been a member of the Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society, World Future Society, World Affairs Council, Asian Business League, Institute of Management Consultants, and Society for Human Resource Management, and consults for a variety of private, public and not-for-profit organizations.
Meixi has graduated with a major in Business Administration with an emphasis in International Relations. In additional to UCC, she is also involved with the Trojan Investing Society serving as its Investment Banking Mentorship Program Executive Director, Undergraduate Student Investment Fund (USIF), the Marshall Finance Student Council (MFSC), and the Marshall Case Team (MCT). This past summer she interned at Morgan Stanley’s healthcare team in Menlo Park and will be returning to the firm for full-time.
Caroline Blake has graduated with a major in Industrial Systems Engineering and a minor in Business Administration. Caroline has prior experience interning at Apple on their Development Technologies Team and will be working full time for Deloitte Consulting in New York City.
Matt Wong has graduated with a major in Business Administration and a minor in Popular Music Studies. This past summer, he interned with Houlihan Lokey in its Financial Restructuring Group, and will return to the group after graduation.