Sean is a second-year MBA, originally from San Diego. This summer, Sean will be interning on the Strategic Initiatives team at Adobe. Prior to Ross, Sean was at Salesforce in Strategy & Operations. Before transitioning to tech, Sean was aligned to the Digital Strategy practice of Capgemini Consulting. He was the San Francisco lead for both companies' LGBTQ affinity groups and also co-founded Out 4 Business while at UC Berkeley.
Sasha is a second-year MBA who is passionate about using technology to scale social impact. Prior to Ross, Sasha worked in the education technology startup space. At Ross, Sasha is a drummer and horn player for Risky Business, a VC Associate on the Zell Lurie Commercialization Fund, and a proud member of the Consortium. Within OFB, Sasha will focus on making our community more diverse and inclusive.
Dustin is a first-year MBA originally from Minneapolis. Prior to Ross, he worked in healthcare consulting and TEDxMinneapolis. He is excited to explore healthcare strategy in its ever changing landscape. He looks forward to building a strong LGBTQ community at Ross and to fostering a deep connection among LGBTQ students, alumni, broader University affiliates, and corporate partners.
Kate is a second-year MBA student at Michigan Ross. This summer, Kate will be interning with Bain's Boston office. Prior to Ross, Kate worked in education: first as a collegiate coach and then as an athletic administrator, teacher, and coach in secondary schools. Most recently she served as the Director of Athletics at a start-up girls' school in Massachusetts. At Ross, Kate is involved in Board Fellows, Community Consulting Club, and the Ice Hockey Club. She is excited to be a part of the Out for Business community and to support OFB’s efforts through her role as VP of Admissions.
Gabriel is a first year MBA student at the Ross School of Business. Prior to Ross, Gabriel was a Teach for America 2013 Corps Member, and spent six years teaching in Tennessee. He will be recruiting for healthcare this year, and is more than willing to beat you at Super Smash Bros, anytime, any day.
Ryan Woodall is originally from Phoenix, Arizona. He enlisted in the US Army midway through his undergraduate education and ultimately earned his B.S. in Management from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Ryan then worked as an operations manager at Amazon.com in Pittsburgh for 2 years before transitioning to human capital consulting with Booz Allen Hamilton in Washington D.C. for 3 years. After Ross, he aims to return to the tech industry in a product management role.
John is a second year MBA student at the Ross School of Business. He graduated from Case Western Reserve University in 2012 with a bachelors and masters degree in accounting. He spent seven years in Cleveland, OH working in corporate and public accounting, most recently at Eaton Corporation and Ernst & Young. At Ross, John is involved with the Center for Positive Organizations and Community Consulting Club. John is excited to be a part of this year's OFB board and to help build a strong sense of community amongst its members.
Stephanie is a third year MBA / MSI dual degree student. She graduated from Indiana University in 2014 where she majored in Marketing, Supply Chain Management, and Technology Management. After undergrad, Stephanie worked as a technology consultant for Deloitte Consulting. At Ross, Stephanie is involved with the Tech Club, Design + Business Club - Story Lab, and her section leadership. Last summer she was a Data Analyst intern at CVS Health and this summer she is a UX Design intern at AdAdapted.
Bryan is a second-year dual MBA/MPP. He grew up in Cambridge, OH before attending the University of Notre Dame where he studied Chemical Engineering & Political Science and was elected Student Body President. Pursuing a lifelong interest in public service, he moved to Chicago, IL to work in various roles within Illinois State Government. Bryan plans to work in financial regulation after graduation. He will be interning for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors during summer 2020. He is very excited to working with Ross LGBTQ+ and ally students to create a welcoming and inclusive OFB community!