VP of Corporate & Alumni Relations


Emma (she/her) is a rising second-year dual degree student pursuing her MBA at the Ross School of Business and Master of Public Policy student at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. Emma previously lived in Washington, DC and was a Project Officer for USAID Advancing Nutrition, where she backstopped programming in the Kyrgyz Republic, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Ghana. Before pursuing her career in DC, Emma was a campaign staffer for Matt Morgan for Michigan, MI-01’s 2018 Democratic campaign for U.S. Congress. Working on the campaign solidified her passion for grassroots mobilization and Michigan politics—she remained an avid volunteer for candidates across Michigan while living and working in DC. Emma holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and a minor in Community Action and Social Change from the University of Michigan.


VP of International Affairs


Lasya (she/her) is from Bangalore, India and moved to the US in August 2022 for Business School. Prior to Ross, she worked in the Indian education sector, starting her career as an elementary school teacher. Teaching/education still remains one of her biggest passions. Lasya is also a nomad, having lived in 2 countries and 4 cities in the last 5 years, and hopes to continue doing the same. In addition to serving as a Co-President of Tech Club, Lasya is excited to work alongside OFB as the VP of International Affairs!


VP of Social


Carlos (he/him) is a rising MBA 2 at the Ross School of Business. Prior to Ross, Carlos spent 5 years in education building systems and programs for students to achieve postsecondary success in college and careers. He is passionate about driving educational equity using data, technology, and policy. Carlos also serves in leadership roles for his section, the EdTech MBA Community, Hispanic Business Students Association, and the Consulting Club. Carlos enjoys road-tripping to state and national parks, making pancakes, biking, and karaoke.




Ricco (he/him) is a rising third-year dual degree student pursuing his MBA and MHSA (Master of Healthcare Services Administration). Born in the Philippines and raised in the Bay Area, Ricco is passionate about equity in all forms, especially for low-income and first-generation communities of color. Prior to Ross, he worked as a public health professional in the public and non-profit sectors, focused on reducing health disparities. At Ross, he is involved with Consortium, Social Venture Fund, Asian American Business Association, Health and Life Sciences Club, Section Leadership, and of course, Out for Business. In his free time, you can find him playing volleyball, watching TV (mostly anime lol), hanging with friends, or grocery shopping.

Robin F.

VP of Allyship


Robin (she/her) is a first-year MBA at the Ross School of Business. Robin is a licensed occupational therapist and the co-founder of GoTHERAPY Inc, a nonprofit organization that improves access to community-based occupational, physical, and speech therapy services for adults in West Africa living with chronic diseases. She is deeply committed to reducing health disparities in marginalized communities. Her professional interests live at the intersection of healthcare and community development in order to reduce the burden of chronic diseases in communities of color.


VP of Events


Alyssa (she/her) is a rising MBA 2 at the Ross School of Business. Prior to Ross, Alyssa was the COO of a mission-based, mental health startup in Metro Detroit. She will be spending her summer in San Diego as a Product Manager at Intuit. In addition to her position on the OFB Board, Alyssa's involvement at Ross includes winning the Business + Tech Jam, serving as Director of Innovation Week for Design + Business Club, and VP of Corporate and Alumni relations for Tech Club.

Van Gilder

VP of Finance


Annika (she/her) is a rising second-year MBA at the Ross School of Business. Prior to Ross, Annika spent six years working to make healthcare more accessible and equitable. Most recently, she was an early employee at a healthcare startup that recruited medical doctors to work in rural communities. She decided to pursue an MBA to position herself to make systems-level changes to the US healthcare system and social safety net. She grew up in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and spent ten years in Seattle prior to business school.




Camren (she/her) is a rising second-year MBA at the Ross School of Business. Prior to Ross, Camren co-founded a contract pharmacy organization enabling access to prescription drugs at federal pricing and before that she was a former racing driver going up the junior categories of Formula One. Her professional interests live at the intersection of healthcare and finance. In addition to serving as Co-President of OFB, Camren serves as Director of Investment Banking for the MBA Finance Club, MBSA Director of Special Events, is a member of Michigan Business Women, Healthcare Life Sciences Club, and Women Who Launch. Outside of work and school, Camren enjoys mountain climbing, concerts, and spending time with her English Bulldog puppy (Oscar.)


VP of Marketing & Communications


Roberto (he/him) is a first-year WMBA student at the Ross School of Business. Originally from Mexico, he moved to the US almost a decade ago to continue his career in Supply Chain Management in the automotive industry. In addition to his role as VP of Marketing and Communications at OFB, he also is part of the social committee in the WMBA student board. When he is not busy with school or work, Roberto enjoys traveling, snowboarding, swimming or spending time with his dog Houna.


VP of Admissions


Jordan (he/him) was born and raised in Jacksonville, FL. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Florida. Prior to attending Ross, Jordan served as a submarine officer in the US Navy and as a high school math teacher. Jordan is super excited for another year of OFB Admissions!!! In addition to OFB, Jordan is on the board of AFA and MBSA.




Joseph is a rising second-year MBA from San Francisco by way of New York City. He is passionate about the ways in which business, education and technology can be utilized as tools for equity and impact. Prior to Ross, Joseph spent two years in project management and education administration roles before transitioning into the classroom as an elementary school teacher in Harlem, New York, where he led reading, writing, math, and science instruction across grades 2-4. Upon graduation, Joseph hopes to broaden his scope of impact in the vast and rapidly changing education technology landscape. In addition to serving as Co-President of OFB, Joseph is the Vice President of Member Engagement for Net Impact, Section 1 Inclusion Chair, and Co-President of Education + Business (E+B), as well as a Consortium Member. Beyond work, talk to him about art, group fitness classes, astrology, New York City restaurants, and/or podcasts.

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