MBA Center Fellows

The MBA Center Fellows are a select group of Tuck students dedicated to furthering the mission and the vision of the Center for Business & Society. They meet regularly with the Center's directors to set goals, evaluate opportunities, and implement plans.

         

          

Summer Bailey 

Prior experience: laboratory specialist at UNC School of Medicine Center, 2010-12; analyst at Bank of America Securities, 2006-09
Education: Harvard University, BA in English
Summer 2013: John Deere
Interested in: public health

 

Hilary Ferro

Prior experience: volunteer consultant at Technoserve in Maputo, Mozambique, 2012; investment banking associate and analyst, William Blair & Company, LLC
Education: Northwestern University, BA in Economics
Summer 2013: Acumen Fund (Kenya)
Interested in: international development

 

Rashmi Khare

Prior experience: fixed income trader/end-user developer, Fidelity Management & Research, 2001-‘12
Education: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, BS in Economics
Summer 2013: Ulupono Initiative
Interested in: impact investing

 

John Kirk

Prior experience: associate at Triage Consulting, 2011-12; business manager at the Spinal Clinic; executive director at Chiropractic Around the World, Ghana, 2009-10
Education: University of Georgia, BBA in Finance
Summer 2013: Orthofeet, a Tuckerman Capital portfolio company
Interested in: social enterprise

 

Brian McKenzie

Prior experience: summer internship at Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners, 2012; manager, senior associate and consultant, Deloitte & Touche, 2009-11
Education: Schulich School of Business, BA in Business Administration
Summer 2013: Arclight Capital
Interested in: renewables and clean energy

 

Andrew Miller

Prior experience: manager, product manager and senior engineer/scientist at Ares Corp., 2004 –2011
Education: Harvard University, BA in History, MA in Earth and Planetary Sciences
Summer 2013: McKinsey & Company
Interested in: ethics

 

Erika Randolph

Prior experience: senior manager and project associate, Chemonics International, 2009-10; consultant at Antamina Mining Fund
Education: Whitman College, BA in Economics
Summer 2013: Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
Interested in: international development and agriculture

 

Will Woodburn

Prior experience: project manager at World Wildlife Foundation, 2001-2012
Education: Wake Forest University, BS in Business Administration
Summer 2013: Brooks Sports
Interested in: public/private partnerships