Hi everyone! My name is Anne Luke and I am excited to be one of your Peer Coaches here at NCSU. I am currently a 2nd year in the Jenkins Program with a concentration in Finance. I am also enrolled at Campbell Law School just down the road with the dual JD/MBA program. This summer I am interning with First Citizens Bank as a Risk Analyst. I am hoping to combine the legal and financial aspects of Risk and pursue a career in Corporate Law within the banking industry. I attended NC State for my undergraduate degree where I studied Supply Chain Operations in the Poole College of Management. I have been in Raleigh for a little over 6 years now. Please feel free to reach out to me with any and all questions about NC State or the Raleigh area in general!
My name is Ariel Shulman and I am a rising second year in the Jenkins MBA program. I am originally from West Virginia, but my family has been living in South Carolina the past 5 years. Prior to getting my MBA at NC State, I attended Marist College for undergrad where I received my degree in international business and pre-law. I was also a student athlete at Marist, having the opportunity to play on the division 1 women’s tennis team. Over the summer I have been interning for the fortune 1, Walmart, where I joined their adult beverage team as a merchandising operations intern. I have learned a great deal about the retail industry and hope to return upon completing my MBA. The Jenkins program and the CMC has been so supportive throughout my journey, and I am very excited to join their team as a peer coach for the 2020-2021 school year. This program has opened so many opportunities for me and my career, and I’m very excited to be apart of the support team for the incoming first year class.
Hi my name is Katherine and I’m a second year at NC State’s Jenkins School of Business and HiTEC Scholar. I graduated from the University of Virginia with honors in Sociology and Psychology. I participated in Teach For America in Dallas, Texas where I taught middle school science. Texas was too hot so after that I moved to Chicago and worked for Morningstar , a financial data and software company. Chicago was too cold, so I moved to Raleigh where it’s just right. I was a Product Manager for a startup making leak detection software for the Oil and Gas industry. This summer I will be interning for EY as a Tax Technology and Transformation consultant. I plan on concentrating in Marketing Management and Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization.
2nd Year MBA / Peer Coach
Mariam is a second-year MBA student with concentrations in Marketing, Innovation Management and Decision Analytics. Her background in public health research is now what inspires her to use business as a force to drive social and environmental change. Mariam has been an active member of the Business Sustainability Collaborative at the Poole College of Management through participation in the Spring 2020 B-Corp Clinic. As an MBA student with an interest in the textiles and apparel industry, Mariam has enriched her academic studies by taking elective coursework at the Wilson College of Textiles. Upon graduating from the MBA program, Mariam hopes to continue her graduate studies in textiles.
My name is Matthew Bullard and I am a second year student in the Jenkins MBA program. I spent my summer as an intern at Blue Cross NC, where I worked on the Strategy team.
My passion is healthcare, and specifically finding ways to provide coverage to the most vulnerable members of our society.
I look forward to a great year!
Americas Regional Supply Chain Intern
I graduated with Bachelor’s degree in Economics in 2015 in Vietnam. I then worked for three plus years for a medical device company in various functions including Regulatory Affairs, Product Management and Supplier Management. In 2017 I moved to the US and started my MBA journey in the Fall of 2019. My concentration is Supply Chain and Finance Management. Over the summer I have been working as America’s Supply Chain Intern with Biomerieux, a French company based in Durham. Biomerieux is a provider of diagnostic solutions. Half my time at Biomerieux is spent supporting the routine tasks of demand management and the remaining time is spent working to build a risk assessment tool. Working in a cross-cultural team setting has afforded me the opportunity to increase my knowledge and skills, as well as improve my international intelligence.