President & Co-Founder
Graham Garzon is a senior from Davis, California studying Economics and Mathematics. A strong passion to learn more about the diverse facets of business provoked his co-founding of the Occidental Consulting Group after his sophomore year at Oxy. On campus he is also a Recruitment Chair for the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and a Director on the Charles R. Blyth Fund, a premier student-run investment portfolio as part of Occidental College's endowment. This past summer, he worked as a Summer Research Analyst at Third Bridge, an expert network research firm in New York City. Upon graduation, Graham has accepted a position at Financial Technology Partners, a boutique investment bank in San Francisco which focuses exclusively on the FinTech sector.
Thomas Stephens is a junior from Boston, Massachusetts studying Economics. His years of experience working for small businesses led him to join the consulting group shortly after its inception, with a desire to help local businesses solve problems. On campus, he is a former member of the varsity soccer team, and is now an established figure on the intramural circuit. This summer, he will be interning for the Boeing Company in Seattle. In the future, he hopes to go into consulting, as he loves the work that he does now for the Occidental Consulting Group.
Jordan McDaneld is a senior from the Washington, D.C. area studying Economics and Mathematics. She joined OCG early on in the founding of the club as a way to apply her analytic nature and have a positive impact on the local community. She has enjoyed gaining experience and applying her knowledge to solve real-world problems. After college, she hopes to go into the field of Economic Consulting.
Frank Ye is a senior from Shanghai, China studying Economics, Mathematics, Computer Science, and Politics. With extensive experience in data analysis and logistics solutions, he joined Occidental Consulting Group to gain further exposure in marketing and business consulting. As one of the initial members of OCG, it is his passion to help local businesses to realize their potential. Outside OCG, Frank is the Publicity Associate of Phi Beta Lambda, a Research Assistant for the Economics Department, and a Peer Subject Advisor in Economics and Mathematics for the Center for Academic Excellence. As a participant of the UN Program in Fall 2016 semester, he is looking forward to working as an intern for a United Nations agency and exploring the exciting opportunities in New York City.
Amruth Chamraj is a junior Economics major from Cupertino, California. Inspired by his past experience in private equity, he joined the Occidental Consulting Group to further expose himself to the small business community. Aside from serving as the Treasurer for OCG, he also is the Treasurer for Phi Kappa Psi and is a member of the South Asian Student Association. This past summer he worked at Intel as an intern in their Influencer Group. After college, he hopes to embark on a career in the field of management consulting.
Ieva Marcinkeviciute is a senior from Chicago studying Economics and Diplomacy & World Affairs. Inspired by a multitude of role models in her life that are passionate about their work within the consulting industry, she was eager to be a part of the Occidental Consulting Group and to merge her interest in economics with her desire to build relationships with local businesses. Outside of OCG, Ieva is a director on the Blyth Fund, the treasurer of World Talk, and works on-campus for the ITS Purchasing department. She is incredibly excited to intern for the US Department of State at the US embassy in Lithuania this summer and to intern for the United Nations in New York City this upcoming fall semester!
Katelyn Fink is a sophomore from Mercer Island, Washington studying Economics. She joined the Occidental Consulting Group in her first semester at Oxy to learn valuable business skills and to engage with the local community. Outside of OCG, Katelyn is a board member on the Impact Fund, the Social Media Director and Senior Editor for Her Campus Occidental, and a student representative on the Campus Committee on Sexual Responsibility & Misconduct. Upon graduation, Katelyn hopes to gain more experience in the business world, perhaps by continuing with consulting or by exploring careers in marketing.
Juliah Lee is a sophomore from Orange County studying Diplomacy and World Affairs and Cognitive Science, with a minor in Politics. Juliah first got involved with OCG as an outlet for her to intertwine her passion of giving back to the community and love of learning across all academic fields. At Occidental, Juliah is the founder and president of No Lost Generation Oxy, as well as co-president of Impact Fund and the Deans' Advisory Council. Outside of Oxy, Juliah has been a private tutor for 5 years, and is currently a Foreign Service intern for the U.S. Department of State. After graduation, Juliah hopes to pursue career in foreign service and diplomacy, specializing in the Middle East.
Not pictured: Briggs Hupper, Kelsey Martin, Jared Bricklin, Daniel Gittelman-Egan, Tanner Nickles, Salem Sayegh