Courtney Dunn is a second-year MBA candidate at the Ross School of Business and is always interested in learning something new and challenging. Over the summer she will be interning in New York in Investment Banking. Prior to Ross, Courtney was an online retail business owner, but she began her career as a petroleum engineer in the oil and gas industry for over 6 years. Courtney holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Prairie View A&M University. Courtney’s previous position held within MBW was Director for Internal Community Relations.
Sruti Ramadugu is a second year MBA candidate at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. She previously served as the Program Lead for LeanIn.Org at the Sheryl Sandberg and Dave Goldberg Family Foundation, responsible for the growth and development of 33,000 Lean In Circles around the world. Before moving to LeanIn.Org, she was the Communications Advisor for Let Girls Learn at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), working closely with the Office of First Lady Michelle Obama. She holds a BA in History and Politics from NYU’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Shirley is a second-year MBA candidate at the Ross School of Business. Her ultimate goal is to make a difference in the lives of the people around her and has found this opportunity through her work as a human capital professional. Before Ross, she worked as an internal HR consultant for a nonprofit in DC, where she focused on leadership development and change management. This summer she is pivoting into HR in tech and interning at Microsoft in their HR Trax Rotational Program. Shirley is originally from the DMV area and holds a BS in Criminal Justice from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Emma is a second-year MBA/MS candidate with the Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise. Before making the move to Ann Arbor, she worked as a small business consultant in Philadelphia, helping entrepreneurs take ownership of their financial data to make strategic decisions. Over the summer, she will be interning with Oracle's Cloud Strategy group in the Bay Area. Emma is originally from Los Angeles and holds a BA in Politics from Oberlin College.
Mary Grace is a second-year MBA/MS candidate at the Ross School of Business and School of Information focusing on strategy, operations, and technology. She is also a member of the Tauber Institute for Global Operations. This summer, Mary Grace is interning at Microsoft in Seattle. Prior to Ross, she worked in Washington, DC as a government consultant for FEMA, program assistant at the Aspen Institute, and intern at the White House. She holds a BA in Public Policy from the University of Michigan.
Nayantara is a second-year MBA candidate at the Ross School of Business. Prior to attending Ross, Nayantara worked in education. She was a 2012 Teach For America Bay Area corps member, where she taught high school math and English. She then moved to DC to become an instructional technology coach with KIPP DC, where she helped school leaders and teachers implement technology across a variety of schools and grade levels.
Nayantara holds a BS from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, and a Masters in Urban Education from Loyola Marymount University.
Amita is a second year MBA candidate at the Ross School of Business. Over the summer she will be interning with Amazon in the RLD Program in Seattle. Prior to Ross, she worked with A. T. Kearney as a management consultant and has worked from areas ranging from Retail to Oil & Gas.
Prior to coming to Ross, Sarah worked for Deloitte Consulting where she designed and implemented innovative business-focused solutions for finance and accounting organizations at Fortune 100 companies. Sarah holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Washington University in St. Louis.
Prior to Ross, Emmeline spent eight years working as an advocate and fundraiser for women and girls pursing careers in STEM, most recently at Girls Who Code, where she led Partner Engagement. A native of Vermont, Emmeline graduated from Middlebury College with a degree in American Studies.
Sheela is from the Show-Me State, and is obnoxiously proud of it. Before Ross, she worked in Missouri politics at Progress Missouri, in the social enterprise space in India, and researched film culture in Sri Lanka with a Fulbright. Now at business school, she's interested in understanding the intersection of politics/policy/government and business. She graduated from the University of Missouri with Statistics and International Studies degrees.
Lindsay is from the northern suburbs of Chicago and spent the last 7 years before Ross living in the amazing Windy City. She graduated from Denison University in Ohio with a degree in Economics. Prior to Ross, she spent the past 7 years working in the advertising and marketing industry as a Project Manager. Following Ross, Lindsay hopes to be in an Internal Strategy role.
Sierra is originally from Springfield, IL and completed her B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. For the five years prior to Ross, she worked in Strategy Consulting in Chicago. Following Ross, she hopes to continue her career as a Product Manager or Brand Manager.
Queenie is a second-year MBA candidate at the Ross School of Business. Prior to Ross, she worked in marketing in financial services. She plans to change careers, looking at product management opportunities with tech companies. This summer, she will be interning with Danaher in their GMDP program with a focus on product management. Queenie holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree and a Master of Business Administration degree, both from the University of Delhi, India. She passionately believes in the Lean-In philosophy. She is highly invested in making the MBA experience truly fulfilling for other international students like her.
Amelia is a second-year MBA. Originally from North Carolina, Amelia earned degrees in Public Relations and Political Science from Appalachian State University. Prior to Ross, she worked for five years in cause marketing, advertising and public relations in Washington, DC.
Dayna is a second year MBA student at the Ross School of Business. At Ross she serves as her section president, Co-President of Out for Business and VP of Diversity & Inclusion for Michigan Business Women. She will intern with AB inBev in Corporate Affairs. Prior to Ross, she worked in the nonprofit sector, most recently at Girls Who Code, where she led their operations department.
Michael is a first-year MBA candidate at the Ross School of Business focusing on operations in the tech industry. He is a member of the Tauber Institute of Global Operations. Prior to Ross, Michael worked for Eaton Corporation in Atlanta, Georgia in their Technical Sales Department. Michael holds a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from The Ohio State University.
Matt got his BS and MS in Naval Architecture from the University of Michigan. He spent the next 5 years in Houston designing ships and installing oil platforms for the oil and gas industry. Currently, he is an RLD intern at Amazon in Seattle.