Members – Class of 2017

PictureReece Matsumoto
Business Administration

Reece is a Sophomore majoring in Business Administration and is hoping to add a second major in Accounting in the future.  Besides his involvement in the USC Consulting Club, he is the current Corporate Sponsorship Associate for the Asian American Business Association as well as the Corporate and Foundational Relations Intern at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. In his free time,Reece is an active participant in the USC Men’s Ultimate Frisbee team and enjoys playing basketball, traveling, and exploring the Los Angeles area for good eats.


NickNicholas Mockabee

Nicholas Mockabee is from Montclair, New Jersey and is a sophomore Economics major with minors in Statistics and Business Finance. He is currently an active Dornsife Ambassador and is a member of the Student Alumni Society as well as the Applied Statistics Club. Additionally, he is a manager in the Lyon Center, and a Residential Assistant at Parkside IRC. He has a huge passion for community service and has participated in alternative spring breaks at USC, traveling to Isla Mujeres, Mexico his freshman year. His favorite book is The Great Gatsby, he loves golfing, and is an avid Pittsburg Steelers fan.


Headshot_Li_ElenaYushanElena Yi
Electrical Engineering

Elena is currently a sophomore pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. She is an Office Council in the Corporate Affairs Committee of the Society of Women Engineers and is a member of USC’s leadership fraternity Delta Omicron Zeta, where she serves as Director of Professional Programming. She is also in Break on 2, USC’s Salsa performance team. Since last summer she has been working as a researcher for the Viterbi Advancement Office. In her own time, she loves to travel, paint, dance, and play tennis.


CarltonLewPhotoCarlton Lew
Business Administration, Accounting

Carlton is a sophomore from South Pasadena, California majoring in Business Administration and Accounting. Last summer, Carlton worked at AXA Advisors as a financial planning intern. In addition to his involvement with USC Consulting Club, he is also part of the Trojan Investing Society, Trojan Real Estate Association, and Beta Theta Pi fraternity. In his free time, Carlton enjoys staying active, traveling, and learning how to cook.


IMG_7216 copy-2Fares Sebai
Business Administration

Fares is a junior currently pursuing a degree in Business Administration. As a freshman, he represented the Marshall School of Business in Istanbul, Turkey through the LINC (Learning International Commerce) program. This past summer, Fares worked as an intern at JUMP Investors, a venture capital firm in Los Angeles. On campus, he is currently serving as the VP of Corporate Relations for UCC and is also a member of the Trojan Investing Society. In his free time, Fares enjoys playing intramural sports, studying foreign languages, and following English soccer.


36081b4Nathan Frank
Business Administration

Nathan Frank is currently a Junior at the University of Southern California studying Business Administration with a minor in Philosophy. Last summer, and continuing throughout the school year, he worked as an Investment Analyst at Pontifax AgTech. An agricultural technology fund focused on early stage companies. Previously, Nathan worked a sales and marketing internship at the Newport Beach Vineyards and Winery.


Professional Shot_William Wan_UCCWilliam Wan
Business Administration and Economics

William Wan is a junior at the University of Southern California, double majoring in business administration and economics. With a strong passion in management consulting, he has been involved in multiple opportunities on campus including case competitions and pro-bono consulting services. Last summer he was a summer intern at The Parthenon Group and summer associate at Towers Watson for its Reward & Talents consulting practice. Previously, he interned for Grey Global Group as an account service intern in its Singapore office. In his spare time, William likes to travel, watch sports and play billiards.


PangPanpreeya (Pang) Serirak
Industrial Systems and Engineering

Pang is a sophomore pursuing a Bachelors degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering. Besides her involvement in the USC Consulting Club, she is also a member of the Society of Women Engineers, Kicks for Kids, and USC PAWS where she serves a a Dog Rescue committee member. This summer she will be interning at AWR Lloyd in Bangkok to explore more about consulting. In her free time, Pang enjoys drawing/painting, Thai boxing, and eating good food.


ProfessionalPicture_Gaurav_DoshiGaurav Doshi

Business Administration, Minor in Statistics

Gaurav is a junior majoring in Business Administration with an emphasis in finance and a minor in statistics. He currently works as a Treasury Intern for USC’s treasury department. In addition, this past summer he worked as a strategic planning intern at a creative ad agency in Singapore. On campus, he has been involved with Lavalab, Startup Equinox, TIS leaders program, and Sigma Nu. He is also currently a teaching assistant for Marketing – BUAD 307. In his free time he enjoys meeting new people, and loves to play soccer and tennis.


NiharNihar Neelakanti
Business Administration

Nihar Neelakanti is currently a Junior pursuing a B.S. in Business Administration with an emphasis on Finance at USC. He has previously worked as a Venture Capital Intern at JUMP Investors in Santa Monica, a Marketing & Research Intern at Novatel Wireless (MIFI), and as a Management Consulting Intern at boutique consulting firm. He is an active entrepreneur having founded Avaant Inc, a social network for entrepreneurs and has advised others in both the entertainment and mobile space. He has competed in the PwC Tax Case competition and numerous other business plan competitions at both a regional and national level. Outside of UCC, he is involved with the Trojan Investing Society, Entrepreneurship Club, and recreational sports. Nihar is passionate about big ideas and big challenges, he seeks to advise and mentor others in the startup space through either investing or consulting.


StevenSteven Pak
Business Administration

Steven Pak is a junior business administration major with a specialization in information systems and technology, and a minor in music industry. After originally coming to USC in 2011, he took a two-year leave of absence to serve his mandatory military duty for South Korea, where he was a part of the Korean Augmentation to the United States Army. Over the past summer he has interned at the California Organized Investment Network as an investment analyst, and an entertainment service start-up company in its infancy stages called TalentsCool, as a data analyst. In the future, he hopes to go into IT risk assurance/advisory. Steven has lived in 5 different countries throughout his life (South Korea, China, Hong Kong, Australia, Unites States) and enjoys traveling, playing the guitar, watching films, and visiting eateries around Los Angeles.


AndreAndre Woenardi
Industrial & Systems Engineering

Andre is a junior majoring in Industrial & Systems Engineering from Jakarta, Indonesia. This past summer, he interned as a Summer Associate at The Boston Consulting Group in the Jakarta office. Previously, he interned at a e-commerce startup called in Jakarta, Indonesia. On campus aside from UCC, Andre is also a member of the Trojan Investing Society and Room to Read. In his free time he enjoys playing golf, hiking, and traveling.


image1Chloe Wang 
Business Administration, Minor in Psychology and Consumer Behavior

Chloe is a junior majoring in Business Administration and minor in Psychology and Consumer Behavior. She spent two months this summer in Gerson Lehrman Group Singapore office. She also had work experience in Teach for America Recruitment team and China Merchants Bank. Management Consulting and Fast Move Consumer Goods (FMCG) are two industries particularly attract her. Currently, she is involved in extensive research regarding to China luxurious goods markets. She is passionate about cooking Asian food and writing Blog.


Rountree_Clayton headshotClayton Rountree
Industrial and Systems Engineering, Minor in Business Finance

Clayton Rountree is a junior majoring in Industrial and Systems Engineering with a minor in Business Finance. This past summer, he interned in Business Operations at The Boeing Company at their plant in Everett, WA.  Clayton does Merit Research through the Viterbi School of Engineering, and serves on the E-Board of the USC Chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers.  He is also very involved on campus with his church group.  His hobbies include playing soccer, tennis, football, hiking, eating, going to the beach, weightlifting, cooking and traveling.


Feifei Shao
Business Administration, Minor in Enterprise Information Systems

Feifei is a junior majoring in Business Administration and minoring in Enterprise Information Systems. This past summer, she interned with Freedman International in London as a business development intern. In addition, Feifei interned at Participant Media as a finance intern this past spring semester. Other than USC Consulting Club, Feifei is a member of Marshall Women Leadership Board and accounting honor fraternity Beta Alpha Psi. Her hobbies include yoga, taekwondo and hiking.


Jori Large Profile PictureJori Barash
Economics/Mathematics, French Horn Music Performance

Jori is a junior studying Economics/Mathematics and Music Performance. He is currently a research assistant for the Research Group on Interdisciplinary Sustainable Sciences. As a TAMID Group Fellow, Jori spent the last summer in Tel Aviv, Israel working at startups Contacts+ and Otonomic. During the summer of 2014, he volunteered in Trujillo, Peru. He is also actively involved in the Trojan Debate Squad’s Parliamentary Debate Team, USC’s satirical magazine Sack of Troy, and TAMID Group Consulting. His hobbies include hiking, composing music, and sculpting.


Ian Gill
Chemical Engineering

Ian is a junior majoring in Chemical Engineering, seeking a minor in business finance or accounting. This past summer (2015), Ian interned at Dow Chemical in Hayward, CA where he worked as a process engineer. In the summer and fall of 2014, Ian interned at Dow Chemical, providing auditing services for EHS & Sustainability. He is a member of the America institute for Chemical Engineers (AIChE) and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS). His hobbies include: surfing, outdoors activities, investing and exploring new things.


RicardoRicardo Gabriel

Ricardo is a Portuguese exchange student at Marshall School of Business. He is pursuing a Bachelor Degree in Economics at Nova School of Business and Economics. Besides being a native Portuguese speaker he also speaks English and conversational Spanish. He is a current member of the USC Trojan Marching Band where plays the Trumpet, member of USC Consulting Club and he is currently a market research consultant for ECigIntelligence. In the past he had perform consultant roles for a small business Habitintas and for start-ups such as Uniplaces and Iberian Private Equity Conference. He also participate in a research project about Portuguese rental housing market in collaboration with the European Commission. In his spare time, he loves to tutor younger people in subjects such as Mathematics and Time Management, play futsal, play the Trumpet and participate in community service.


Business and Environmental Studies

Warin is a junior pursuing degrees in Business Administration and Environmental Studies with an emphasis in Environmental Public Policy. Outside of academics, she serves as the Director of Programing for the International Students’ Assembly (ISA) and holds leadership positions in her sorority Delta Phi Kappa. Last summer, she was the Environmental Consulting intern at a national logistic company where she helped manufacturing companies use environmental solutions to create financial impact.


mtimminsMadeline Timmins
Industrial and Systems Engineering, concentration in Information Systems Engineering

Madeline is a junior majoring in Industrial and Systems Engineering with a concentration in Information Systems Engineering. She is a Levan Institute for Humanities and Ethics Scholar, as well as a Resident Advisor and Teaching Assistant for Viterbi School of Engineering. She has previously studied in Moscow and Irkutsk to research the social, cultural, and technological implications of the Trans-Siberian Railway in post-Soviet Russia. This past summer, Madeline served as a User Interface Analyst as an undergraduate fellow at the Los Angeles County +University of Southern California Medical Center.