Amanda Huang is a 2nd year student business school student. Prior to CBS, she worked in Risk Management at GE Capital, before joining the Data Analytics team at Wunderman, a leading Digital Marketing agency. Over the Summer, Amanda interned in the User Experience (UX) Research team at Microsoft. She holds a degree in Quantitative Economics from Tufts University. In her free time, Amanda enjoys traveling and checking out various Escape The Rooms around the world.
Moises Eskinazi is a second-year at Columbia Business School. Originally from Venezuela, Moises moved to NYC in 2010 where he joined a startup as a software engineer and saw it through its acquisition. Before CBS, Moises worked at Shutterstock in the engineering team. Over the summer Moises interned as Product Manager at DigitalOcean. Upon graduation, he intends to go back to tech in product management role. Moises holds a B. Eng. in Computer Engineering from Universidad Simon Bolivar in Venezuela.
Manasi Gupta is a second-year student at Columbia Business School. Prior to her MBA, she worked as a Project Manager at delivery.com, helping to launch their first international office in Hong Kong. Manasi holds a B.A. in International Relations from Tufts University.
Mike is a VP of Careers in the Technology Business Group. Before coming to Columbia, Mike spent 5 years in enterprise sales and business development roles at Bloomberg Government and the Corporate Executive Board. Upon graduating, Mike wants to continue his career in enterprise technology sales. Mike enjoys traveling, going to see live music, scuba diving, and having a great time.
Shlok is a second-year student at Columbia Business School. Prior to business school, he worked in Financial Services helping organizations such as Barclays and Bank of America Merrill Lynch capitalize on the use of cutting-edge technology. While at CBS, he has worked with General Electric Ventures as a Business Development Associate and with Amazon as a Senior Product Manager. He holds an MS degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
Rebecca is a second-year student at Columbia Business School. Before CBS, she worked as Product Manager and Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft across Office 365 products, including cyber security and compliance software. Over the summer, she was an associate at Digital McKinsey working on digital consumer transformation in healthcare. She holds a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
Jill Lukeman is in her second year at Columbia Business School. Prior to business school, Jill worked in new business sales at Google in New York. She interned this past summer within business development for Snap Inc. in Los Angeles. Jill plans to remain in the tech industry after graduation. She earned her B.A. from the University of Virginia in 2010.
Fabricio is a second-year MBA student. Prior to CBS Fabricio worked in Management Consulting for A.T. Kearney having had exposure to over 5 industries across Latin America. Fabricio has also worked in a Chinese real estate focused startup called Silver Mountain and is now making the switch into Technology. He holds a B.A. in Business (Finance Concentration) from Babson College.
Aly is a second-year student at Columbia Business School. Before CBS, she worked as an Account Manager at AppNexus, developing external demand partnerships. Prior to AppNexus, Aly worked in ad sales at About.com and WIRED, focusing primarily on digital media. She holds a B.A. in French and Business from the University of Southern California.
Prior to Columbia, Eniola worked as a software developer and IT product manager at UBS Investment Bank. She also co-founded a retail marketplace e-commerce start-up in Africa. Over the summer, she was a finance and data manager at L’Oreal USA working on a trade promotion measure and optimization project. She holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering and was in the MIS Program at Carnegie Mellon.
Aaron is a second-year student at Columbia Business School. Before CBS, he worked as a Software Development Engineer at Amazon on mobile development and systems reliability for Prime Photos. He spent his summer working on machine learning solutions at Google Express and Shopping. Aaron holds degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Lafayette College.
Emily Snyder is in her second year at Columbia Business School. Prior to business school, Emily worked as a public educator, and then as an administrator at the Harvard Business School. She interned this past summer within corporate strategy for Magnolia Market (founded by the HGTV hosts of Fixer Upper) in Waco, Texas. Emily is still deciding what she will do after graduation, but it will be focused on helping regular people live more deliberate lives. She earned her B.A. from the Brigham Young University many, many years ago.
I worked for 4 years in Leveraged Finance with Citigroup in Hong Kong. After completing my first year as an Associate. I also helped to build credible healthcare (www.credihealth.com), which has emerged as India’s leading medical assistant focused on end to end services pan-India. This past summer at Columbia, I founded and built a smart home connected device.
Attaullah Malik “Malik” has 15+ years of experience in data center management, computer networking, database development and administration, hardware infrastructure management, and software development. As Director of Technology Operations at Taskstream, Malik manages geographically dispersed development and technology operations teams and data centers, architects IT infrastructure, provides technology strategy, and manages disaster recovery planning. Malik earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Brooklyn College-CUNY.
Having 5-year experience in financial analysis and business planning in tech industry prior to business school, Cathy is passionate about new tech trends and synergies different types of businesses can bring to the industry and beyond. This year, she’s excited to launch the first tech innovation conference organized by TBG and other clubs and is looking forward to creating positive ripple effects within CBS tech community.
Pedro is a second-year student at Columbia Business School. Before CBS, he worked for over 5 years in management consulting in Brazil and Australia. He interned this past summer within business development for a startup in New York City. Upon graduation, Pedro intends to work in the technology industry. He holds a B.Eng. degree in Industrial Engineering from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.