University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business (2022)

Andrea Nguyen

Andrea is a second year pursuing a dual degree in Business Administration and Accounting with a minor in Real Estate Development. Her interests lie in management consulting and property management, but she is still exploring her professional goals through her involvement in various pre-professional organizations on campus. Andrea hopes to utilize her skills and create meaningful connections through real-life experiences and challenging environments. Aside from her professional endeavors, Andrea spends her free time working as a freelance photographer, attending concerts, and discovering new coffee shops in Los Angeles.

Sunny Cao

Sunny is a junior studying business administration and applied math with a minor in architecture at University of Southern California. Sunny is intrigued by the many-layered mysteries of what make societies, businesses, and men tick, how enterprises propagate stories to create economic and social values. On campus, she’s involved in various investing and volunteer organizations. All of these culminate into her interest in pursuing an investment banking career after graduation. In her free time, Sunny enjoys cooking Shrimp Alfredo, doing Pilates, and taking architecture photos.

Wyn Noor

Wyn is a junior at the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a background in finance and entrepreneurship. Wyn has previously interned with KPMG’s Business Valuation practice in New York City and will be interning with Rothschild & Co’s Investment Banking division for the summer of 2023. He has also competed in several entrepreneurial pitch competitions in the past and looks forward to utilizing his skills to represent USC at the Rotterdam Case Competition this year, among some of the best and brightest.

Owen Engling

Owen is a senior pursuing a dual degree in Human Biology and Health and Human Sciences with a minor in Performance Science (Business). He is drawn to the intersection between the life sciences and business and is involved in various medical, athletic, consulting, and volunteer organizations on campus. This past summer he worked as a financial advisory and internal audit intern and he hopes to go into strategy or healthcare consulting after graduation. In his free time, he enjoys playing volleyball, hiking, trying new restaurants, or doing anything active.




Maria Colman