OUR TEAM

Parvathi
Bindhu

AVP of Communications

Roxie Cheng
Zhang

Chloe
Souder

President

Chloe studied Education at Northern Arizona University. Immediately following her undergrad she went on to lead weeklong hiking and cycling trips across North and South America for a luxury active travel company. Eager to make outdoor adventures more accessible, she then bootstrapped her own online outdoor gear rental business that achieved profitability by year two. With a new found interest in start ups and the share economy, she later worked in Strategy for a car share company based in San Francisco before attending USC Marshall. This Summer, Chloe will be interning for EY-Parthenon. When not in school you can find Chloe cycling, backpacking, or training for her upcoming Half Ironman in December.

Alexis (Lexi)
Mohr

VP of Career Development & Education

Lexi graduated from Cornell University with a B.S in Business and Hospitality Management. Prior to joining USC Marshall, she worked as a financial analyst at Red Bull overseeing a $60+ million dollar sports and entertainment budget. Not only will Lexi be serving as Vice President of Career Development of Marshall Consulting & Strategy Club, but will also be serving as Vice President of Academics of Marshall Graduate Student Association (MGSA), Vice President of Sports of The Business of Entertainment Association (BEA), Vice President of Career of Jewish Association for Marshall Students (JAMS), and a Marshall Ambassador. This summer, Lexi will be interning at Electronic Art in the Sports Strategy group. Outside of school, Lexi enjoys coaching soccer, playing sports, trying new restaurants, traveling, hiking, and hanging out with friends.

Danny
Ngai

VP of Events

Danny is originally from Virginia. He graduated from James Madison University in 2012 with dual degrees in Finance & Computer Info Systems. He started his consulting career at Oracle, serving as a functional developer on financial and human resources system implementations. Prior to USC Marshall, he spent the past six years at Deloitte Consulting focusing on social impact, technology strategy and modernization work across multiple industries. In addition to consulting, Danny is passionate about working at the intersection of data, business, and emerging technologies. He will be interning as a Product Manager at Amazon this summer. In Danny’s free time, he loves cycling, traveling, and rooting on all Washington, D.C. sports!

Amir
Badawi

VP of Internal Relations

Amir grew up in the South Bay and graduated from CSULA with a BA in Psychology. He worked his way up the ladder for 12 years at Starbucks Coffee Company, spending the last 6 years as a Store Manager overseeing operations at various locations. Looking to pivot to a career in consulting, Amir continued at Starbucks while finishing the first year of the MBA.PM program. Since leaving Starbucks a year ago, he has focused on community service (one of his greatest passions), expanding his knowledge-base and skillset, and the consulting recruiting process. This culminated in receiving an internship offer with the EY Business Transformation team, where he hopes to continue his growth and learn about new industries and functions. In his free time, Amir loves spending time hiking, surfing, paddle boarding, playing soccer and gaming online with friends.

Angela
Hubert

VP of Case Preparation

Angela Hubert graduated with a B.E. in Computer Science from Anna University, India. Prior to business school, Angela worked at startups in the Technology and Marketing industries, where she gained experience in managing and setting up small companies for future growth. During her time at Marshall, Angela has served as AVP on the boards of MCSC, MBCP and also as an Ambassador. Angela will be interning with McKinsey at the LA office this summer.

Brian
Schwartz

VP of Case Preparation

Brian graduated from Syracuse University in 2015 with a degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism. He followed his passion for baseball and the LA Dodgers into the media industry, beginning his career at MLB Network, where he won two Emmy Awards for his work on the show MLB Tonight. He then transitioned into a technology and operations role with a media production company, helping the organization expand to the West Coast. Brian is interested in working at the intersection of technology and media and will join Amazon this summer as a Senior Program Manager intern. In his free time, Brian enjoys playing guitar, longboarding, and watching Seinfeld reruns.

Christopher
Lord

VP of Career Development & Education

Christopher Lord graduated from Bowdoin College in 2014 with a B.A. in Government and Legal Studies & Spanish Language. Prior to joining USC Marshall, he advised and implemented business development strategy across various technology companies, with a particular focus on sales & customer success organizations, most recently at Yext, Inc. During his first year at USC Marshall, Christopher held leadership positions for several clubs as the AVP of Corporate Strategy for the Marshall Consulting & Strategy Club (MCSC), the AVP of Alumni Relations for the Marshall Data & Analytics Club (MDAC), and the AVP of ROMBA & Admissions for Marshall Pride. This summer, Christopher will be interning with Deloitte Consulting out of the Los Angeles office. Christopher loves pushing himself outside of his comfort zone as an avid hiker, traveler, and yoga enthusiast.

Grant
Moss

VP of Case Preparation

Grant graduated with a B.S. from Rollins College in 2014 where he studied History and captained the varsity baseball team. Prior to business school, Grant started and operated a number of ventures, including most recently a digital marketing agency specializing in ads, SEO, and content marketing for start-ups. Grant also co-founded and currently sits on the board of Shop For A Better World, a non-profit aiming to narrow the racial income inequality gap through platform technology. Having enrolled at Marshall to pivot into consulting, Grant will be interning with Deloitte Strategy this summer. In his spare time, he enjoys skiing, golfing, and playing the guitar.

Joseph
Yoon

VP of Internal Relations

Joseph graduated from UC Santa Barbara with a major in Economics/Mathematics. Upon graduation, he worked in FP&A at a public shoe distributor where he began his career focusing on P&L management. Having always been enamored by the entertainment industry, he then moved back to Los Angeles to support Hulu’s content acquisition efforts working in film and anime. Since the start of business school, he has explored the entrepreneurial space where he joined multiple early ventures from pet wash services to apparel manufacturing. This summer, Joseph will be joining EY-Parthenon in their Los Angeles office. When not in the office, Joseph loves to golf, watch Lakers games, and play the violin.

Karen
Ho

VP of Events

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Karen graduated from UC Irvine with a major in Business Economics and minor in Accounting. She currently works at The Walt Disney Company supporting Disney Branded Television's FP&A and Business Planning team. Beyond her finance day job, Karen is an active board member of the AAPI Business Employee Resource Group (BERG) within Disney's DEI organization. She has a passion for DEI, fostering meaningful relationships, and event planning. At Marshall, she is currently VP of Events and incoming VP of New Student Development for the MGSA.PM Program. She is also AVP of Events for MCSC and AVP of Events & Partnership for GWiB. Karen will be interning with Deloitte M&A Human Capital this summer and looks forward to working with this amazing board to support those recruiting for consulting. Outside of Marshall, Karen enjoys cleaning (she finds it therapeutic!), riding her Peloton, and spending quality time with loved ones.

Katharina
Schulz

VP of Career Development & Education

While finishing her Art History degree from the University of British Columbia in 2015, Katharina founded an art gallery in Vancouver, BC that supported emerging artists. She planned, developed, and curated over 40 art exhibitions in two years along with hosting over a dozen fundraisers for community groups including the Downtown Eastside Women’s Art Collective and Vancouver Pride. Katharina continued to build on her career in fundraising and event management, coordinating the largest Nutcracker Ballet in Vancouver, and then managing the Vancouver Art Gallery’s fundraising events and development strategies. Prior to coming to Marshall, Katharina pivoted to her personal passion in the wine industry making wine in Washington and Australia during 2019 and 2020. This Summer, Katharina will be interning with EY Parthenon in Los Angeles.

Megan
Rucker

VP of Case Preparation

Megan grew up in Newport Beach, California before heading off to Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. At Tulane she double majored in Psychology and Spanish and minored in Political Science. After graduation she came back to Los Angeles where she worked for a fintech startup with a focus on community before transitioning to nonprofit fundraising for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures where she helped them hit their $388M campaign goal and sales for the Institute of Applied Network Security where she worked with Chief Information Security Officers of Fortune 500+ companies. This summer Megan will be interning at EY Parthenon and next year will be a VP of Case Prep for MCSC, VP of Community for MGSA, and a Marshall Leadership Fellow. In her free time, Megan enjoys playing tennis, baking (not well), trying new restaurants, spending time with family and friends, and playing with her dog.

Noah
Willingham

VP of Career Development & Education

Noah grew up in Park City, Utah, and studied Chinese at Portland State University. Immediately following his undergraduate studies, he began a role with Princeton in Asia as a Teaching Fellow at Zhejiang University of Technology in Hangzhou, P.R.C. Noah finished his fellowship and joined a Chinese social enterprise start up focused on air pollution research and public education. After two years working within the public health space, Noah went on to start a small manufacturing consultancy based in Shanghai. He worked with over 45 clients in 3 years before deciding to return to the US and begin the MBA program at Marshall. Noah is also Co-President of the Marshall Outdoor Club.

Veronica
Mendoza

VP of Events

Veronica moved from the Philippines to California in 2009. She completed her undergraduate degree at California State University, Los Angeles. With over 9 years of experience in operations for Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Veronica was handpicked as the Glendale property’s representative for “Women in Leadership.” During her time at Marshall, she served as the AVP of events for MCSC. She is excited to continue and expand on this leadership role as we all head back to campus for Fall. On a personal note, Veronica enjoys weightlifting, hiking, and visiting National Parks.

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