Different backgrounds, diverse education. That's our advantage.
Vincent is a Mathematical and Computational Sciences major at Yale-NUS College. He has worked with and for many clients (social enterprises, start-ups, MNCs) hailing from a wide range of industries (O&G, F&B, Finance, Education, Telecommunications) through his consulting and internship experiences. In a perpetual BETA mode, Vincent is eager to be the dumbest person in the room and learns from everyone around him. A dilettante-wanna-be, he has an insatiable desire to understand everything that interests him, be it classical art or cutting-edge physical theories.
Izzah is a third-year Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) major from Singapore. She enjoys the process of analyzing business and social problems from multiple lenses, and has previously worked at a tech start-up, a regional trade organization, and an NGO. Izzah's consulting experiences include her role as an analyst in the Harvard College Consulting Group, and as an emerging finalist in an Oliver Wyman Case Competition. Apart from consulting, Izzah is interested in minority empowerment through education and service.
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Jia Qi is a third-year student majoring in PPE and focusing on Politics. She is part of Yale-NUS Consulting Club and has project experience working with a vast array of clients - independent arthouse, startup disruptors to traditional industries, and tech unicorns. Beyond consulting, she also has an interest in debate and netball. She looks forward to working with businesses, helping them grow, and learning and growing from this process.
Lloyd is a second-year Philosophy, Politics and Economics major from Singapore. His consulting experience includes working with Conjunct Consulting, and he has also worked at Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) honing his skills in marketing and operations. As a Future Global Leader Fellow of the Fortis Society, Lloyd’s marketing work has taken him across the world, and he hopes to leverage on those experiences to better serve his community. In his free time, Lloyd enjoys practicing Mixed Martial Arts.
Reza is a Politics, Philosophy and Economics major at Yale-NUS College. Currently, he serves as a Project Executive at YNCG. He is passionate about overcoming challenges and coming up with customized solutions. During his time with YNCG, Reza has assisted a Singapore-based fin-tech with entering the Indonesian market, helped designed a club-wide training program and is currently supervising projects, ensuring quality insights and deliverables to the client. He has also previously worked as a strategy intern at Asiaconsult Associates where he conceptualized and implemented new marketing tactics to gain new clients. In his spare time, Reza enjoys reading about politics and philosophy.
Megha is a second-year student who intends to major in economics and is passionate about problem solving and businesses. During her freshmen year, she decided to join consulting and has since been set on pursuing consulting as a future career option. She is Indian but grew up in Singapore, and hence is interested in issues surrounding inequality, development economics and women empowerment. Previously, she interned at the Centre for Creative Leadership (CCL), where she worked on the research entitled “Future Ready Asia”. In her spare time, you will find her either playing basketball, reading or napping.
Sean is a first year student intending to major in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE). He is interested in technology and design, and has previously done marketing and design for companies in the SaaS and blockchain space. Outside of work, he also enjoys volleyball and reading.
Rishab is a second year Economics major from India. He is passionate about using market research and financial analysis to optimize the outreach and functioning of businesses. Rishab has previously worked on projects with YNCG dealing with market research and operations management before taking up the position of Projects Executive. He has also previously interned under the Marketing department of Delhi-based software firm. Rishab is also an Economics Peer Tutor at Yale-NUS and in his spare time enjoys playing tennis and catching up with friends.
Tejas is a first year prospective Economics major with a passion for understanding and starting businesses. He has previously interned at KPMG as a consultant and is currently starting Man's Best Friend, a stainless shorts company. In his free time, he enjoys playing badminton, watching soccer and reading about science!