Career access that benefits America

Who we’re for

First Gen Students & Grads

Students and graduates whose parents did not attain a 4-year college degree. Understand your career options, learn how to pursue them with advice from real-world professionals, and launch your career. Already working? Serve as an advisor to help others follow in your footsteps.

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Secondary school networks, colleges, and universities with significant numbers of first generation students or alumni. Gain career exploration tools, a network of advisors, and access to job placement services that take your students to the finish line.

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Businesses searching for early and diverse top talent. Enrich your workforce with exclusive access to the first generation talent pool and increase your organization’s social impact by participating as career role models and advisors.

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Professionals looking for an opportunity not only to guide first generation college students and graduates toward a successful career, but also enrich America’s workforce. Make a lasting impact while enjoying a personalized volunteer commitment that is efficient and rewarding.

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What we do

One Network. Three functions. Thousands of careers. All through a state-of-the-art Platform.

First generation students and graduates are successful careers just waiting to happen. The challenge? Not having the information, network, or social capital they need to capitalize on their potential. The solution? CareerSpring. Our Platform’s service model is straightforward, strategic, and successful.

We inform

Our Career Video Library enables first gen students to explore career options, develop well-informed aspirations, and learn fundamental tips for the college to career transition.

We advise

Our Career Advisor Forum connects first gen students to real-world professionals for personalized career advice and the opportunity to develop social capital within a broader network.

We place

Our Job Placement services bridge employers searching for diverse talent with first generation graduates searching for high-quality employment.

How it works



Complete our easy on-line registration process to tell us about you, your needs, and goals. Once registered, your Career Platform account becomes your digital gateway into CareerSpring’s Network of information and social capital.


Link, Share & Learn

Whether you’re a student exploring careers, an employer looking for ideal candidates, or a volunteer with professional wisdom to share, our Career Platform connects you to the right information and the right people – for career access, social impact, and collective success.



Find your job. Hire your next employee. Engage with the community. CareerSpring empowers students, employers, educators, and volunteers to realize their fullest potential and contribute to a Career Platform that enriches America’s workforce. Ready? Let’s soar.

A letter from our Founder

After spending 20 years as a leader in the energy industry, I was blessed with the opportunity to become the president of a high school for students of limited economic resources in Houston, Texas. That experience fundamentally changed the way I view the world. It deepened my appreciation for the delicate relationship between human potential and life circumstances and opened my eyes to the challenges and opportunities we face as a society.

I believe in the dignity of work and that labor is a part of God’s plan for our lives. Unfortunately, with growing education and income inequality in the United States, finding a living wage job will become more challenging for the low income population. Fortunately, we have millions of Americans who are rising above their socioeconomic challenges and are often the first in their family to attend college. These first generation students bring grit, determination, and a set of life experiences that would add significant value to our labor market, but they often lack the social capital and information necessary to find meaningful employment. As a result, millions of first generation graduates are under-employed despite their education and massive potential. At the same time, the demographics of our labor market are evolving rapidly, and employers will need to find ways to attract high quality candidates with diverse backgrounds.

The combination of these factors creates an incredible opportunity to facilitate the movement of underemployed Americans into jobs that maximize their potential, and importantly, provide the dignity of meaningful work. To seize this opportunity, we have developed an efficient and scalable model to connect hundreds of thousands of young Americans with information and social capital that facilitates their career readiness and unlocks their employment potential. Our model also assists employers to reach their goals for diverse talent recruitment within a dynamic labor market. When we look forward, we see an America that optimizes the God given potential of every first generation student. Welcome to CareerSpring.

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Paul Posoli


Mission & Vision

Unlocking potential by creating access

We envision a future where every first generation student in the United States acquires meaningful, high-quality employment that maximizes their God given potential, provides dignity of work, and enriches the labor market. But we know access is key. Which is why we’re all about creating a Platform that makes access possible. Together with our Network, we can realize our mission to unlock the employment potential of first generation students by providing career information, social capital, and job placement services.

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Or 30% of the 17MM undergraduate students in the US are first generation


Of first generation college students come from families making less than $45,000


Of all jobs are not published publicly on job sites, and 80% of them are filled through personal or professional connections


Of low-income, first-generation college students get quality jobs or attend graduate school

Meet our partners

Employer Sponsors

Empower Level ($25K+)
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Deloitte logo
Heidrick & Struggles logo
Reliant logo
SpencerStuart logo
Teleo Capital logo
William Blair logo
Impact Level ($10K+)
CCI logo
Patterson + Sheridan logo
The Friedkin Group logo
Trinity Private Equity Group logo
Warner Music logo
Inspire Level ($5K+)
CapStreet logo
Kelsey Siebold Clinic logo
Keystone Capital logo
pwc logo
Refined Technologies logo

Employer Partners

Audubon logo
Big Data Energy Services logo
Elloree logo
ELS logo
HungerRush logo
Ingredion logo
Liquidity Services logo
Merrill logo
Ontellus logo
PCS logo
Vitol logo

Education and Community Partners

AABE logo
AAMA logo
Breakthrough Houston logo
Chicago Jesuit Academy logo
Chicago Scholars logo
Chinquapin Prep logo
Communities in Schools logo
Coney Island Prep logo
Cristo Rey logo
Daniel Murphy Scholarship fund logo
Discover U logo
Dream Play Learn Grow logo
Emerge Logo
Evanston Scholars logo
Genesys Works logo
Guadalupe Center logo
Horizons for Youth logo
Houston Baptist University logo
National Louis University
NOBLE logo
OneGoal logo
Pepperdine University logo
Project GRAD logo
Saint Xavier logo
St. Francis college logo
Stephen F. Austin logo
Teak fellowship logo
TechPact logo
The Academy Group logo
The Woods Project logo
University of Houston logo
University of St. Thomas logo
Become a partner

National Board and Regional Advisory Boards

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Stephanie Arias

Director of College Initiatives, Cristo Rey Network


Stephanie Arias

A formerly undocumented Ecuadorian Chicagoan, Stephanie Arias understands firsthand the power of a high-quality education for all young people. As the Director of College Initiatives for the Cristo Rey Network, which exclusively enrolls historically underserved students in 37 high schools across 24 states, Stephanie supports College and Alumni Advisors to drive positive student outcomes and manages the network’s 54-member University Partners Program. Previously, Stephanie served as Manager of Talent & Special Programs at the Illinois Network of Charter Schools, an organization dedicated to influencing education policy for public school students. Stephanie has also served as a Northwestern University Public Interest Fellow, College Counselor, and Alumni Advisor at Urban Prep Academies.

Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Psychological Services from Northwestern University and is a proud former Surge Institute Fellow.

Bill Cartwright

Director of University Initiatives, University of San Francisco and Former Basketball Player and Head Coach, NBA


Bill Cartwright

Bill Cartwright is a former professional National Basketball Association (NBA) basketball player and Head Coach of the NBA Chicago Bulls. As a California native, Bill attended and played college basketball at the University of San Francisco. Eventually, Bill would go on to play 16 seasons with the NBA’s New York Knicks, Chicago Bulls and Seattle SuperSonics, ultimately winning 3 NBA championships. Later, Bill became an NBA coach for various teams and won 2 more NBA championships. Bill is a passionate leader and always looks for ways to support nonprofit organizations, player development, coaching, sales, and entrepreneurship. Since April 2016, Bill has been working at his alma mater as their Director of University Initiatives. 

Bill holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a Master’s degree focused in Organizational Development and Human Resources, both from the University of San Francisco.

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John England

Senior Partner, Deloitte


John England

John England is a senior partner in Deloitte’s oil and gas division, leading relationships with some of the organization’s largest clients. He previously served as the U.S. Oil & Gas leader for Deloitte LLP across all businesses, including consulting, risk and financial advisory, audit, and tax services. Prior to taking over his industry leadership role, John led the energy trading and risk management practice for Deloitte where he helped organizations solve challenges related to business model, risk management, and performance measurement.

John is a frequent author and speaker for energy industry topics and has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, CNBC, BNN, and Bloomberg Radio. John has also appeared before groups such as the American Petroleum Institute, American Gas Association, Edison Electric Institute, and Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants Energy Conference, among others. He currently serves on the National Petroleum Council as well as on the Board of Directors for the Southeast Texas chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association and the Houston Chapter of the World Affairs Council.

John holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Stephen F. Austin University and is also a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Texas.

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Catherine Flax

Managing Director, CRA, Inc.


Catherine Flax

Catherine is a Managing Director at CRA, Inc., providing leadership coaching to executives in Financial Services, Fintech, Commodities, Professional Services and the Non-Profit sectors. Previously, she has held numerous executive leadership positions, including that of CEO at Pefin, Managing Director and Head of Commodity Derivatives, Foreign Exchange and Emerging Markets Sales and Trading for the Americas at BNP Paribas, and Chief Marketing Officer of J.P. Morgan. She brings decades of experience in business and strategic growth, innovation, talent development, regulatory affairs, diversity and inclusion, and more.

A leader in Financial Services, Catherine is currently on the Advisory Board of Jai Kisan (India), Darisami (Mauritius), Parameter Insights (Canada), and the Living Centerline Institute (US). A long-time champion of diversity, Catherine has also served on the J.P. Morgan Investment Banking Inclusive Leadership Council as well as on the J.P. Morgan Chase Diversity Council. Catherine has also worked with several non-profit organizations. She is currently on the board of Cristo Rey Brooklyn, as well as on the Wall Street Advisory council for the Texas A&M business school.

Catherine holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Finance from Texas A&M University, and a Master’s in Economics from Brown University.

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Aileen McCormick

Retired Healthcare Executive


Aileen McCormick

Aileen McCormick is a retired healthcare executive with over 30 years of experience in commercial and Medicaid managed care. She is a recognized leader in all operational aspects of managed care and has built and led teams of professionals with a particular emphasis on professional development. Aileen is experienced in implementing complex managed care programs in new states as well as expansion of programs in existing states, having served as the CEO of Amerigroup Texas and later the CEO of Amerigroup’s Western Region until her retirement in 2015.

Aileen has served on the boards of the University of St. Thomas Cameron School of Business and the Nature Discovery Center. She is currently the board chair of Strake Jesuit College Preparatory, the President of the Mary Ann Wallace Scholarship Fund and a Board member of 180 Health Care Partners based in Nashville, TN. She has spent extensive time volunteering since her retirement, particularly at Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory School of Houston.

Aileen holds a Bachelor of Science in Business, Management, Marketing and Related Support Services from Montclair State University and a Master of Business Administration in Finance from The University of St. Thomas.

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Rob Metzger

Clinical Associate Professor, University of Illinois Gies College of Business


Rob Metzger

Rob Metzger is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Finance, the Director of the Investment Banking Academy, and the Faculty Director of the Business Honors Programs at the Gies College of Business at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In addition to his roles at Gies Business, he also serves as a Senior Advisor to Mission OG, a Philadelphia-based investment firm, and is a member of the Board of Directors of South Mountain Merger Corp., a special purpose acquisition corporation, and Payroc, LLC, a privately held payments processing business.

Previously, Rob was a Partner at William Blair & Company, L.L.C., where he held several leadership roles, such as the head of the Technology group and the head of the Financial Services Investment Banking Group. Prior to joining William Blair, Rob worked in the Investment Banking Division of ABN AMRO Incorporated, in the Financial Institutions Group at A.T. Kearney, Inc., and in the Audit and Audit Advisory Services at Price Waterhouse.

Rob holds a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Master of Business Administration with concentrations in Finance and Strategy from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.

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Deborah Mouton

Writer, Educator, Activist and Houston Poet Laureate Emeritus


Deborah Mouton

Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton is an internationally known writer, educator, activist, and Poet Laureate Emeritus of Houston, Texas. Formerly ranked the #2 Best Female Poet in the World, she was the founder of Houston VIP Slam – the longest running poetry slam venue in Houston, Texas. Currently, as the Executive Director of VIP Arts Houston, Deborah seeks to build more bridges that amplify the voices of artists in and around the nation.

Deborah’s work has appeared in Houston Noir by Akashic Press, Black Girl Magic by Haymarket Books, Fjords Journal, Crab Orchard Review, and on such platforms as NPR, BBC, ABC, Blavity, Upworthy, and TedX. A fellow with The Writer’s Hotel and The Poetry Foundation’s Poetry Incubator, D.E.E.P.’s collaborations with The Houston Ballet, The Houston Rockets, and the Houston Grand Opera have opened new doors for performance poetry. As a finalist for Texas State Poet Laureate, a Kennedy Center Citizen fellowship, and the prestigious Breadloaf Retreat, her work has been highlighted and studied in Canada, England, New Zealand, and Germany.

Deborah holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and African American Studies from the University of Michigan, and a Master of Arts in Education from the University of St. Thomas.

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Paul Posoli

Founder and President, CareerSpring


Paul Posoli

Paul Posoli is the Founder and President of CareerSpring, a networking and job placement platform for first generation students. He recently served for five years as President of Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory School of Houston, which provides a college preparatory education and work-study program to students of limited economic resources.

Before taking the role at Cristo Rey Jesuit, Paul spent 20 years as a leader in the energy industry. Most recently, Paul served as Managing Director in Commodities and Head of the Global Energy business for JPMorgan. Prior to JPMorgan, Paul was a Senior Managing Director at Bear Stearns and President of Bear Energy. Paul joined Bear Stearns from Calpine Corporation where he was an Executive Vice President and President of Calpine Energy Services. Paul serves on the advisory boards of Orion Energy Partners, a credit oriented private equity firm focused on energy, and Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores. He is also a member of the President’s Council for the University of Miami.

Paul holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Miami and a Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

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Kevin Reeves

Vice President, BP Energy Company


Kevin Reeves

Kevin Reeves is Vice President over Natural Gas and Power Origination for BP Energy Company. He has more than twenty years of energy industry experience, having previously worked for Enron North America, Reliant Energy, and American Electric Power.

Prior to embarking on a career in the private sector, Kevin served as a PATRIOT missile battery launcher platoon leader in Germany and Saudi Arabia during the First Gulf War. A native of Indianapolis, Indiana, Kevin is married to Kathryne Reeves and is the father of a daughter Camille (18) and a son Kevin Wiley (16). Kevin currently resides in New Albany, Ohio and is involved with several community and charitable organizations. He currently sits on the boards of KIPP Columbus, Rev1 Ventures and The Columbus Metropolitan Library. He is also a past president of the Columbus Academy Board of Trustees.

Kevin holds a Bachelor of Science in Management from the United States Military Academy at West Point and a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in finance from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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Peter Tumminello

Group President, Southern Company Gas


Peter Tumminello

Peter Tumminello is group president of Commercial Businesses for Southern Company Gas (formerly AGL Resources). In this role, he is responsible for all operations outside of the regulated entities, including wholesale services, retail energy, and all midstream businesses including pipeline investments and gas storage. Peter also serves on the Board of the Southern Company Gas Foundation and is a member of the company’s management council.

Prior to joining Southern Company Gas, Tumminello was Vice President of Energy Supply for Green Mountain Energy Company, and he worked for TPC Corp and ARCO Oil and Gas Company in capacities of energy marketing, storage and transportation, asset management, petroleum engineering, finance and planning, and project evaluation. With more than 30 years of experience in the energy industry, Tumminnello joined the executive management team of Sequent in August 2003 as Vice President of Asset Management and Origination and has held several positions that have increased his roles and leadership responsibilities throughout the organization. He is also an advisory board member for Cristo Rey Jesuit Houston.

Tumminello holds a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from Louisiana Tech University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Southwestern Louisiana.

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Champ Warren

Managing Director, Merrill Lynch

Charles B. Crawford

CEO, Hyperion Bank

Mark De St. Aubin

Partner, Smith, Gambrell and Russell

ShaJra Austin

National Director of Job Placement, CareerSpring

Barbara Deskey

Managing Director, CRA | Admired Leadership

Megan Duffy

Partner, Ernst and Young

Anthony Flynn

Founder, The Amazing CEO

Bill Garrett

Director of Development at Cristo Rey National

Greg Hagood

Senior Managing Director, SOLIC Capital Advisors

David Metcalf

Leadership and Strategy Consultant, Spencer Stuart

Camille Naughton

Cristo Rey Jesuit President

Steve Newby

CEO, Sunshine Solar

Wade Rakes

President and Chief Executive Officer, Centene Corporation

David Slovensky

SVP, General Counsel, Southern Company Gas

Dan Smith

President, First Community Mortgage

Todd Boudreau

Founding Partner, ACL Capital Partners, LLC

Rob Feingold

Lecturer, UMass Amherst, Isenberg School of Management

Mike LaBelle

Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, Boston Properties

Clint Marchese

Vice President, PSG

Frederick Murray

Director, Global Sales, KORSCH AG

Gorick Ng

Author and Career & First Gen, Low-Income Student Advisor, Harvard University

Elizabeth Rae

Former SVP, Global Human Resources, Waters Corporation

Michael Ryan

VP, Specialty Claims and Major Case Unit, Hanover Insurance Group

Ginette Saimprevil

Executive Director, Bottom Line Massachusetts

Rob Stephenson

CEO, Thrive Networks, Inc.

Michael Tamasi

Owner & CEO, AccuRounds

Jeff Thielman

President & CEO, International Institute of New England

Stephanie Arias

Director of College Initiatives, Cristo Rey Network

Naveed Bandukwala

Consultant, Egon Zehnder

J'ai Brown

HR Director, HUB International

Guy Caprio

Staff Therapist, Loyola University, Chicago

Daniel Chavez

Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers

Geoff Dybas

Executive Managing Director, Duff and Phelps Investment Management

Alyse Faour

Assistant Director of Alumni Relations and Development, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Kerry Griffin

Chief Talent Officer, MERGE

Scott Gwilliam

Managing Director, Keystone Capital

Cheri Hubbard

President, CDH Consulting Group

David Kirshenbaum

Managing Director, Virtas Partners & Chairman, TIGER 21 Chicago Group 4

Ron Lewis

Venture Capital Professional & Graduate Student, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Sheila Matuscak

Co-Founder and CEO, Coeo Space

Rob Metzger

Clinical Associate Professor, University of Illinois Gies College of Business

Solange Velasquez

Director, William Blair

Connie Adair

Managing Partner, Focus Search Partners

Randall Bishop

CEO, Surgical Notes

Beth Boyd Corl

SVP of Human Resources, Fleetpride

Omar Choucair

CFO, Trintech

Patrick Cox

Board Member, Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep

Kirk Harrell

SVP of Talent, The CapStreet Group

Brandi Johnson

Regional VP Medicaid Plan Marketing - Western Region, Anthem, Inc.

Shara McClure

Divisional Senior VP, Health Care Delivery, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Texas

Mike McGill

Managing Director, Cowen Inc.

Alicia McGlinchey

Board Member, Leadership ISD

Gunnar Rawlings

Business Developer, DPR Construction

Tom Spivey

Managing Director, Deloitte Corporate Finance

Derrick Stephens

Founder & Chief Sales Officer, CBH Consulting

Austin Westervelt-Lutz

AVP for Development, University of Dallas

Jennifer Wilson

Principal, CHRO Practice, Heidrick & Struggles

John Young

Former CEO, Energy Future Holdings

Steve Amstutz

Director, Institute for Research and Reform in Education

Jerome Austin

Founder, RY2 Solutions, Inc.

Gerald Balboa

Chief Operating Officer, Skylar Capital

Roger Burks

CEO, WG Consulting, LLC

Leo Espinoza

Partner, Spencer Stuart

Dennis Hatchett

CEO, Vessel Group

Scott Hill

Former CEO, ICE

M. Neil Kallmeyer

Managing Partner, The CapStreet Group

Stephen Lewis

Principal, Bernstein Private Wealth Management

Claudine Lussier

VP of Human Resources, The Sterling Group

Marty Makulski

Principal, PricewaterhouseCoopers

Aylen Mayton

Senior Manager, Global Talent Programs, PROS

Marvin Pierre

Executive Director, Eight Million Stories

Greg Piper

Energy Industry Executive and Advisor

Gretchen Richter

Texas Program Manager, CareerSpring

Dr. Rayne Rouce

Physician, Texas Children’s Hospital & Baylor College of Medicine

Selena Stuchly

Human Resources Executive, Oxy

Katherine Taylor

Executive Director, Genesys Works - Houston

Dr. Liz Travis

Associate Vice President, MD Anderson

Steven Cohen

Award-Winning Producer and Media Executive

Anastasia Crosswhite

Consultant, Spencer Stuart

Trish Dever

Managing Director, JPMorgan Human Resources

Catherine Flax

Managing Director, CRA, Inc.

Yaseen Gholizadeh

Investment Banking Analyst

Bill Henson

Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School, Vice Chair

Paul Kelly

Senior Managing Director, The Blackstone Group

Tracy MacKenzie

Director, Standard Philanthropy, Standard Industries

Idara Otu

Vice President, Corporate Strategy, Barclays

Ajit Prabhu

Co-Founder, Chairman & CEO, Quest Global

Bill Reed

CEO, Castleton Commodities, Inc

Rob Rusk

Co-Founder & Partner, Orion Energy Partners

Dayna Shamlin

Executive Director, MSCI Inc.

Sandy Srebnick

Global Human Resources & Operational Executive

Naveen Bhateja

EVP, CHRO, Medidata Solutions

Sonya Brown

General Partner, Co-Head of Growth Equity, Norwest Venture Partners

Bill Cartwright

Director of University Initiatives, University of San Francisco and Former Basketball Player and Head Coach, NBA

Adam Charlson

Managing Partner/Practice Co-Leader, Focus Search Partners

Kristen Charlson

Global Executive Search Leader, Workday

Andrew Dodson

Managing Partner, Parthenon Capital

Tom Hayes

Portfolio Manager, BNY Mellon

Jessica Kosmowski

National Managing Principal, TMT, Deloitte

Doug MacKenzie

Partner, A.T. Kearney

Eric Pryor

CEO, Fulcrum BioEnergy

Kelsey Sommers

Senior Manager, Business Operations, Glassdoor

Robert (Bob) Stark

Partner, CEO Succession Advisor, Spencer Stuart

David Tunnell

Partner, Investment Committee, Hellman and Friedman

Rick Walker

Managing Partner, DHR International

Shannon Wheatley

Founder and CEO, Lane 9 Consulting

Kirsten Wolberg

Public and Private Company Board Director, Retired Tech Executive

Sharon Yang

Co-Founder, FutureMap

Ann Zeichner

Managing Director, Focus Search Partners

Ayishat Adeniran

Loyola University Chicago graduate

Angela Barsallo

Southern Methodist University graduate

Trina Bean

University of Oklahoma graduate

Margot Bolanos-Gamez

University of Chicago

Jorge Cantu

University of Texas

Jason Chu

University of Pennsylvania

Isaiah Culpepper

UTHealth graduate

Lamaya Davis

University of Miami

Amy Garcia

University of Houston graduate

Janneicia Harrison

Loyola University

Toby Irenshtain

Vanderbilt University graduate

Rason Irvin

Southern University and A&M College-Baton Rouge

Manuel Lopez

Texas A&M University graduate

Karina Muniz

University of Houston Clear Lake graduate

Derrick Ngo

Harvard University

Kandace Nguyen

Boston College graduate

Peter Obi

Ohio State University graduate

Alexis Ramos

Texas A&M University graduate

Amairani Rucoba

University of Houston Downtown graduate

Rebeca Salas

Bryn Mawr College graduate

Sylvester Washington

Texas A&M University graduate

Yesenia Zetino

Loyola University Chicago graduate

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