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Our mission is to advance UNC Kenan-Flagler students toward consulting-related careers by providing opportunities for them to explore the consulting industry and learn consulting skill sets.
Jennifer He - President
Jennifer He is originally from China and spent her last nine years before business school in Shanghai. After graduating with Material Science and Engineering degree from Nanchang Hangkong University, Jennifer joined National Oilwell Varco, a global leading player in Oil & Gas Service industry. During her four years at NOV, Jennifer focused on technical sales, operations, and project management with extensive international traveling and client service experience. Following her mother’s step as an entrepreneur, Jennifer co-founded her own company, specializing in Oil & Gas service consulting, at age 25 with her US business partner, hitting one million USD revenue mark within four years. At Kenan-Flagler, Jennifer is concentrating in Management Consulting and serving as project leader for STAR Global with Proctor & Gamble. In her spare time, Jennifer is passionate for aerial dance, traveling, and cooking.
Lliam Morrison - Executive Vice President
Lliam grew up in Houston, Texas and graduated from Texas Tech University with a B.S. in International Economics. After graduation, he moved to Washington, DC and served in a variety of roles on Capitol Hill and on federal and state-wide electoral campaigns across the country. Outside of school, Lliam loves getting outside for hikes with his wife and dog, fly-fishing, traveling, and riding his bike.
Jonathan Kim - VP of Finance
Jonathan grew up in multiple cities in the US, slowly making his way west to the University of Texas at Austin where he studied Political Science. Upon graduating, he remained in Texas, where he worked for a multinational firm in corporate strategy, implementing various strategic initiatives. At Kenan-Flagler, he is concentrating in management consulting and corporate finance. Outside of school, Jonathan enjoys rock climbing, traveling, and supporting both Longhorn and Tarheel athletics.
Tim Reveri - VP of Communications
Tim grew up in Northern New Jersey just outside of New York, before heading to Scotland to study for his MA in International Relations at the University of St Andrews. After graduating, he moved back to New York City where he went to work for the international education non-profit, AFS-USA. Initially Tim managed volunteer teams across five states, before eventually moving into a business development role. After four years, Tim left to pursue his MBA, and spent his 2018 summer as an Associate with Liberty Mutual.
Karl Beckstein - VP of Corporate Relations
Karl is from Boston, MA and attended Suffolk University. Karl comes from politics. He worked on Mitt Romney and Marco Rubio's presidential campaigns and spent time working in public relations. At Kenan-Flagler, he is concentrating in management consulting and corporate finance. Karl is a die-hard New England Patriots fan and speaks fluent Latvian.
Rohini Ravi - VP of Alumni Relations
Rohini graduated from Rutgers University in New Jersey with a degree in Public Health, focused on Biology, and Economics. After graduating, she entered the domestic healthcare industry as a business analyst for a healthcare & technology company where she worked on healthcare exchange implementation, developing an app, and on internal consulting projects. Through her experience, Rohini realized she wanted to better understand industries overall and what influences them, as well as the strategic decisions that senior leaders would make, leading her to pursue a dual MBA/MPP (Masters in Public Policy) between UNC Kenan-Flagler and the Duke Sanford School of Public Policy. (She knows her affiliation is confusing.) At Kenan-Flagler, she is concentrating in management consulting and interested in sustainable enterprise as well as healthcare. In her free time, Rohini loves hanging out in Durham, exploring the triangle area, and commuting between two rival institutions.
Christine Hu - VP of Learning & Development
Christine, a San Francisco Bay Area native, is passionate about business transformations and client enablement. She is a Dean’s Fellow, MBA Ambassador, and Project Leader for STAR, a UNC-sponsored student consulting engagement with corporate partners ranging from Fortune 500 multinationals to public sector organizations. Prior to business school, Christine began her career at PIMCO as an analyst on the institutional client management team. Being awarded “Socrates of the Semester” by the PIMCO Foundation for her volunteer efforts teaching financial literacy to low income students was the catalyst for Christine joining the Teach for America corps. From 2015 – 2017, Christine served as a third grade teacher in rural North Carolina. She received her undergraduate degree in economics from Harvard University and professional educator’s license from East Carolina University.
Zack DelDuco - VP of Learning & Development
Zack is originally from Reading, Pennsylvania. He earned his Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Grove City College. Before coming to business school, he worked with NCSHA, an affordable housing advocacy group in Washington DC. At Kenan-Flagler, Zack is concentrating in management consulting and also serves as Behrman Legacy representative. Zack loves hiking, birding, and geeking out about science fiction.
Zach Stone - VP of Learning & Development
Originally from Rockville, Maryland, Zach moved to North Carolina in 2009 to attend Wake Forest University. After graduating with a degree in Finance, Zach instead chose to pursue his passion for sports, extending his work-study role into a full-time player personnel position with Wake Forest Football and later the Tennessee Titans. At Kenan-Flagler, he is concentrating in management consulting and is looking forward to giving back to UNC by serving on the executive committee for both MBA Ambassadors as well as the Student Store. Outside of school, Zach enjoys playing golf and watching pretty much everything on ESPN.
Bhaskar Bhat - VP of Learning & Development
Bhaskar is originally from India, having spent his time there between Delhi and Mumbai. He moved to the US to pursue a masters in Industrial engineering from the University of Michigan. After graduating, he followed his interest in supply chain by joining the Supply Services function of RB, a British consumer goods company, where he worked in multiple supply roles in logistics and distribution. At Kenan-Flagler, he is concentrating in management consulting and giving back to the community as a VP for the Net Impact Club and non-profit board consultant. Outside of school, Bhaskar enjoys travelling, hiking, soccer and watching football.
Caio Gouvea - VP of International Experience
Caio is originally from Minas Gerais, Brazil. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Control and Automation Engineering from Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto (Brazil) and joined Schlumberger as a field engineer, working in deep-water oil and gas platforms. At Kenan-Flagler, Caio is concentrating in management consulting and finance. When not working, he enjoys running and playing basketball.
Atul Shembekar - VP of Off-Campus & Diversity Recruiting
Born and raised in Baton Rouge, LA, Atul grew to love different cultures and perspectives. This led him to leave Louisiana and continue experiencing new perspectives starting with Texas. He attended The University of Texas at Austin majoring in Marketing with a minor in Advertising. Atul moved to New York to start his career at global advertising agencies partnering with billion-dollar brands to develop and execute promotional strategies. After four years, he desired to help clients more broadly. Drawn to the familial and close-knit Carolina community, Atul decided to pivot into strategy consulting with a Kenan-Flagler MBA. Atul is also a Consortium Fellow and UNC Chapel Hill GPSF Senator.
The MBA Consulting Club aims to improve the career prospects and education of each one of its members. Whether you are an industry veteran, aspiring consultant or simply interested in learning consulting skills, the Club provides a strong platform with various opportunities, including:
Education Opportunities: Prep with case experts, detailed education sessions., individual cases with hired case interview professional
Case Competition Preparation: Internal Deloitte Case Competition, Cognizant Case Competition, Internal Case-off, case competition preparation sessions with top professors
Career Treks: Opportunity to visit consultants in their home office, understand the culture of various firms, and networking alumni. Treks in Atlanta and Charlotte
Industry Overviews: Career brownbags on S&O, Technology and Healthcare Consulting, alumni guest speakers and consulting panels
- Kick-Off Meeting Welcome new members to the MBA Consulting Club
Start of Education Sessions Key lessons about consulting and internal strategy, how to prepare for interviews, and how to succeed in an internship
- Cognizant Case Competition First case competition with Cognizant Business Consulting Cases are for Everyone CMC session with case expert David Ohrvall introducing the case interview and how to prepare for it
- 2nd Year Case-Off Chance for 2nd year students to go head-to-head.
- Healthcare Panel Introductory panel into healthcare consulting
- Atlanta Career Trek Expose students to major consulting/strategy firms such as Deloitte, Georgia-Pacific, BCG, ScottMadden, and Bain
- 1st Year Case-Off Opportunity for 1st year students to showcase their skills in front of judges from Deloitte, Bain, and McKinsey
- Charlotte Career Trek Expose students to major consulting/strategy firms such as McKinsey, EY, PwC, and North Highland
- Deloitte Internal Case Competitions Teams of 4 faced off to determine the top 8 teams to go against Duke
- Group Casing with David Ohrvall Small group casing with the case expert David Ohrvall
- Deloitte Case Competition Annual competition against Duke to determine attendees of National Competition
- Case Blitz Final school practice before the start of winter break
- How to Succeed in Your Internship Panel of 2nd year students and professions explaining how to ensure top performance in the summer internship
- Triangle-wide Alumni Networking An opportunity for consultants from the area to meet and network with UNC Kenan-Flagler students