Board Members

Class of 2021 | Class of 2022

Class of 2021

 

Teo Gonzalez
President
Teodoro.L.Gonzalez.Collazo.TU21@dartmouth.edu

Teo Gonzalez Teo was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, but grew up in South Florida. For undergrad he went to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Go Heels!) where he majored in Health Policy and Management, at the Gillings School of Global Public Health, with a minor in entrepreneurship. After graduating from Carolina, Teo worked as a management consultant within Accenture’s Health and Public Service practice where he focused on stakeholder readiness during large-scale system implementations. Outside of Student Board, Teo enjoys playing soccer, learning about venture capital and emerging markets, and assisting with Tuck’s recruitment/yield efforts.

 

Roderick Milligan
Diversity & Inclusion Chair
Roderick.C.Milligan.T21@dartmouth.edu

Roderick MilliganRoderick was born and raised in Augusta, Georgia. He attended Tuskegee University, where he received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. While at Tuskegee, Roderick served as the President of the Gamma Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. from 2010-11. Prior to Tuck, he held various roles as a Drilling and Completion Engineer at Chevron. In addition to serving as the Diversity and Inclusion Chair, Roderick is a fellow at the Center for Digital Strategies. Outside of Tuck, he enjoys skiing, golfing, playing basketball, and spending time with his wife and son.

 

Christopher Li
Judicial Board
Christopher.X.Li.TU21@dartmouth.edu

Christopher LiChristopher Li is from Lubbock, TX but spent most of his time in MA before graduating from UNC Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Economics. He spent 7 years in agency-side digital marketing in SF, Boston, and NYC before escaping the city for Tuck. Christopher is an associate at the Center for Digital Strategies. He is passionate about the future of sustainable food production and plans to enter strategy consulting after graduating. On the Judicial Board, Christopher proud to not only uphold Tuck’s values but also lead by example to foster a community that renders Judicial Board obsolete.

 

 

Elisabeth Sum
Social Co-Chair
Elisabeth.E.Sum.TU21@dartmouth.edu

Elisabeth SumElisabeth, born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, has always considered California home. She crossed coasts to attend the University of Pennsylvania, graduating with a B.S. in Economics from Wharton. After graduation, she returned to California, working at Pacific Gas & Electric Company, a regulated energy utility. She held roles in finance, strategy & planning, transformation, and most recently before Tuck, as a Chief of Staff. Alongside Caroline, Elisabeth is determined to shape an inclusive, creative social experience for her Tuck family.
 
In addition to her service on Student Board, Elisabeth is a Forte Fellow, and a co-chair for Diversity Conference, Tuck Mentors, Tuck Gives, Tuck Follies, Tuck Dance, and the Mental Health and Wellness Initiative Peer Support Program. She also is a budding amateur figure skater, infamous cocktail mixologist, and a fanatic BTS enthusiast.

 

Caroline Raymond
Social Chair
Caroline.J.Raymond.TU21@dartmouth.edu

Caroline Raymond

Caroline is a Downingtown, Pennsylvania native but spent the last 9 years living in Massachusetts. Caroline is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Amherst where she received degrees in Finance and Economics from the Isenberg School of Management. While at UMass, Caroline was a pitcher and team captain on the varsity softball team. Prior to Tuck, Caroline worked in several financial services roles ranging from public financial consulting to high net worth and private equity lending. Caroline is a new member of the Student Board and spent most of her first year participating in Consulting club, the Entertainment Sports and Media club, captaining a Tripod Hockey team, and skiing.

 

Tara Nooyi
QLC Chair
Tara.K.Nooyi.TU21@dartmouth.edu

Tara NooyiTara was born and raised in Fairfield County in Connecticut. For her undergraduate degree, she attended NYU where she majored in Political Science with a minor in East Asian cultures. After graduating from NYU, she worked at Omnicom for 4 years as a digital strategist in their residency rotation program, and worked with the US Department of Defense on their counter violent extremism messaging strategies. Outside of the Student Board, Tara enjoys playing volleyball and tennis with her friends, trying new recipes, meeting new people, and helping Tuck in any way she can.

 

Jin Eo
International Experience Chair
Jin.Eo.TU21@dartmouth.edu

Jin Eo

Jin was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. He studied Political Science at Duke University. Prior to Tuck, he served his home country as an intelligence officer in the Korean Air Force. After discharge, he worked as a strategist at Samsung Electronics’ Mobile Communication Division. At the Student Board, Jin focuses on issues related to international students and overall international experience of the Tuck community. In additional to the Student Board, Jin is the Co-chair of the Tuck Golf Club, loves great music and literature, and enjoys great company.

 

Catharine Keene
Club Chair
Catharine.O.Keene.TU21@dartmouth.edu

Catharine Keene

A native of Rhinebeck, New York, Catharine’s love of the natural world led her to study Biology at Tufts University (with a second degree in French). After graduating, she pursued a Master’s of Education at the University of Pennsylvania and taught 11th grade biology at St. Paul’s School in Concord, New Hampshire through the Penn Residency Master’s in Teaching fellowship. Eager to transition to the business world, Catharine then pivoted to work in Marketing at ClassPass, a fitness startup based in New York City. In addition to facilitating Tuck’s clubs as Student Board Club Chair, Catharine is a Visiting Executive Fellow, Center for Business Government and Society fellow, Tuck Admissions Associate, and loves to hike and ski in the Upper Valley.

 

Caleb Dorfman
Academic Chair
Caleb.Dorfman.TU21@dartmouth.edu

Caleb DorfmanCaleb is a native of Port Angeles, WA. While he appreciates the Upper Valley’s beauty, he firmly believes the ability to sail, ski, and hike in a single day in his hometown makes it the best area for recreation in the country. He attended Yale University, where he received a B.A. in Economics and was a four-year letterman on the varsity sailing team, served as the student representative to Yale’s Committee for Teaching in the Residential Colleges, and was a member of Jonathan Edwards College’s Student Activities and Residential Seminar committees. He most recently was an energy investment analyst in New York at Columbia Threadneedle Investments, a global investment manager. Prior to that, he was the lead coal and alternative energy sell-side equity research analyst at Simmons & Company International, the Houston-based energy only investment bank. He started his career following Yale as an Investment Analyst at DC Energy, a proprietary energy investment fund. In addition to being the Student Board’s Academic Chair, Caleb is an Ayres Private Equity Fellow, a Revers Center for Energy Fellow, and is a co-chair of the Investment and Sailing Clubs and the Adam Smith Society. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, sailing, skiing and snowboarding, the arts, eating weird food, BBQ, Tripod hockey, living in a rural area, traveling to overlooked destinations, current and foreign affairs, economics, and learning about the world and people around him.

 

Omika Jikaria
Judicial Board Chair
Omika.R.Jikaria.TU21@dartmouth.edu

Omika JikariaOmika is a proud native New Yorker. She has worked as a business analyst at Facebook, as an international microfinance fellow with Kiva in Cambodia, and as one of the first members of the operations team at IDinsight, an international development consulting firm with eight offices across Africa and Asia. Omika holds a Bachelor's degree from Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service. At Tuck, outside of her service on Student Board, Omika is a co-chair of the Marketing & Retail Club, South Asian Business Association, and Tuck Dance; additionally, she is a Tuck Admissions Associate and Leadership Fellow. Omika is also a semi-professional dancer, yoga and meditation instructor, and plant-based food connoisseur.

 

Nichula Witharana
Treasurer
Nichula.Witharana.TU21@dartmouth.edu

Nichula Witharana

Nichula was born and raised in Colombo, Sri Lanka and moved to the USA for the first time to join Tuck. He graduated from University of Sri Jayewardenepura majoring in finance and has been working in finance ever since. Prior to Tuck, Nichula was an investment banker in Colombo and hopes to continue his career in New York. As the treasurer of the Student Board, Nichula helps the president with the annual budget and manages the payments for all student board sponsored activities. Outside of the student board, Nichula is a Co-Chair of the Finance Club, a Visiting Executive Fellow, a Nonprofit Board Fellow with the Center for Business Government and Society, a Co-Chair for the Diversity Conference 2020, loves traveling, and hanging out with Tuckies.

 

 

Peter Bourgeois
Tech Chair
Peter.L.Bourgeois.TU21@dartmouth.edu

Peter Bourgeois

Peter was born and raised in Houston, TX. He attended Brigham Young University where he began his studies in music before pursuing a degree in Business Strategy. Prior to Tuck, he worked at Sears Holdings Corporation in their internal consulting program. He then joined Qualtrics in 2014 to help build out their customer success department. He remained at Qualtrics until their acquisition in 2019 and then moved to Hanover with his wife, Abbey, to pursue an MBA. He interned at Bain and Company where he will be joining full time in 2021. Peter loves music, sports (especially golf), spending time on the water, theater, movies, and traveling.

 

 

Bridget Morton
Career Services Chair
Bridget.M.Morton.TU21@tuck.dartmouth.edu

 

Bridget Morton

Bridget was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. She earned her B.S. from Georgetown University with a Management major and a Theology minor. Prior to Tuck, Bridget lived in DC and worked on the Strategy team at Appian, an enterprise software company.  This summer, she will be interning with McKinsey (Boston). As the Career Services chair for Student Board, Bridget is the liaison between the student body and Career Services, and is responsible for collaborating with Career Clubs and students to deliver professional programming. Outside of Student Board, Bridget was an associate for the Center for Digital Strategies and the co-founder of Tuck’s unofficial Supper Club.

 

 

Melisa Aslan
Melisa.Aslan.TU21@Tuck.Dartmouth.EDU

Melisa Aslan

Melisa was born and raised in Amasya, Turkey. She got her B.S. in Chemical engineering from Drexel University with minors in Engineering Management and Business. Prior to Tuck, Melisa worked in Oil & Gas as a production planning engineer for TUPRAS (Turkish Petroleum Refineries) in Turkey and as an IT project manager for Sunoco LP in the US. Outside of the student board, Melisa is a Revers Center for Energy fellow, leadership fellow, Women in Business and Tuck Gives co-chair and enjoys yoga and hiking.

 

 

 

Class of 2022

 

Iris Barre
Treasurer
Iris.A.Barre.TU22@Tuck.Dartmouth.edu

Iris Barre Iris was born in Caracas, Venezuela and raised in New York City. She attended Stony Brook University where she majored in Economics and Sociology. Prior to Tuck she spent the last 5 years in wealth management. During her time in wealth management she held several roles and worked with clients based in Latin America and in the US. Outside of Student Board Iris is involved in the consulting club & energy club, and hoping to take part in the New Hampshire lifestyle by hiking, and learning to ski.

 
 

Emily Fox Blau
Judicial Board
Emily.F.Blau.TU22@Tuck.Dartmouth.edu

Emily Fox BlauEmily was born and raised in New York City but often finds herself at schools far from any skyscrapers. Emily attended Sewanee: University of the South as a forestry and geology major. She was the president of her sorority and was on the varsity swim team for four years. After graduation, she ventured out west and worked as a 4th grade teacher and Dean of Students for the Lake County School District in Leadville, Colorado. Emily spent most of her time as dean solving big problems to increase equity, positive student behavior, and academic achievement in the classroom. In addition to serving on the Judicial Board, Emily participates in the Consulting Club and Tuck Community Consulting. She also likes long walks down Mink Brook with her dog, Tallulah or drinking socially distant PBRs at Murphy's.


 

Andrew Goldstein
Andrew.Goldstein.TU22@tuck.dartmouth.edu

Andrew GoldsteinAndrew was born and raised in Bethesda, MD and attended the University of Maryland, College Park for undergrad, where he double majored in Finance and Marketing. He worked in software sales for 7 years before Tuck, first at IBM and SAP and then more recently in the start-up space in New York City. As a Social Chair, Andrew works alongside Takunda, Caroline, and Elisabeth to plan events that allow classmates to connect and have fun with each other outside of the classroom. Personally, Andrew loves to play golf, ski, make his friends laugh, and root for his D.C. sports teams.

 


 

Eva Grant
Club Chair
Evalyn.Grant.TU22@tuck.dartmouth.edu

Eva GrantEva is excited to return to her hometown of Hanover, NH for her two years at Tuck. After she received her undergraduate degree from Colorado College, Eva worked in research. She has worked in both non-profit and for-profit settings, with experience evaluating the outcomes of services provided by non-profit organizations as well as providing consumer insights for product innovation. In addition to the Student Board, Eva leads the student run food truck “theBox”, works alongside a local apparel company to improve their direct to consumer presence, and loves hiking/running/cycling in the Upper Valley.
 
In addition to her service on Student Board, Elisabeth is a Forte Fellow, and a co-chair for Diversity Conference, Tuck Mentors, Tuck Gives, Tuck Follies, Tuck Dance, and the Mental Health and Wellness Initiative Peer Support Program. She also is a budding amateur figure skater, infamous cocktail mixologist, and a fanatic BTS enthusiast.


 

Madeline Henderson
Quality of Life Chair
Madeline.S.Henderson.TU22@Tuck.Dartmouth.edu

Madeline Henderson

Madeline grew up in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin before moving to Abilene, Texas to obtain her undergraduate degree and Master’s of Accountancy from Abilene Christian University, where she was awarded the College of Business Administration Community Award. After graduating, Madeline obtained her Certified Public Accountant license and worked in public accounting at EY in Fort Worth, Texas where she led recruiting efforts and chaired the local women’s network. Madeline moved to Boston, Massachusetts in 2019 to work in the deals practice at PwC. While in Boston, Madeline mentored students in PwC’s diversity intern program and served as the director of special events for the Young Professionals of the American Cancer Society. Madeline’s objectives as the Quality of Life chair are to continuously advocate for student needs and provide meaningful ways for students to engage with each other. In addition to serving on Student Board, Madeline is a Forte Fellow and a Consortium Fellow. Outside of Student Board, Madeline is a die-hard cheesehead (Go Pack Go) and enjoys taking up all New England activities from hiking to tripod hockey to skiing, and more.

 


Cynthia Madu
Cynthia.O.Madu.TU22@tuck.dartmouth.edu

Cynthia MaduCynthia was born in Nigeria, but grew up in Detroit, MI. For undergrad, she went to Dartmouth College (Double D!) where she was on a pre-med track with a major in Neuroscience. After graduating, Cynthia worked at Merril Lynch in Maryland for almost two years before she transitioned to work at a startup, called Scouted, in New York city where she focused on business development and sales. She also did work in marketing and even tech. Outside of Student Board, Cynthia participates in CGBS and Tuck Community Consulting. You can usually find Cynthia building something like a chicken coop, growing plants in her room, and dancing. Above all, she loves traveling and taking pictures.

 


Teja Medasani
International Experience Chair
Teja.Medasani.TU22@tuck.dartmouth.edu

Teja Medasani

Teja was born and raised in Tirupati, India. For undergrad he went to IIT Madras where he majored in Electrical Engineering, with a minor in operations research. Prior to Tuck, Teja co-founded two startups in the Telecommunications and Healthcare sectors. In addition to serving as the International Experience Chair, Teja is a student fellow at .406 Ventures and is interested in the healthcare and education space. Outside of Tuck, he enjoys playing board games, meeting new people and spending time with family.

 


Raoul Mehra
Judicial Board
Raoul.Mehra.TU22@tuck.dartmouth.edu

Raoul Mehra

Raoul was born in Mumbai but grew up in New Delhi, India. He went to the University of Pennsylvania for undergrad where he majored in Economics. After graduating, Raoul worked as a consultant in New York City before moving back to India to join his family business – a footwear manufacturing and export company. Four years and many mistakes later, Raoul decided to come to Tuck to learn how to actually run a business. On campus he is part of the Judicial Board, a role he took up to serve the student body’s best interests. It is particularly important to Raoul that the fabric of the Tuck community endures through this trying time, and most things he does are in service of this goal. Outside of the boring stuff, Raoul loves calories – both solid and liquid. His favorite form of entertainment is combat sports, despite having never got in a fight (yet). And most importantly, sleeping and shopping are therapy for his soul.

 


Takunda Ndoro
Takunda.E.Ndoro.TU22@Tuck.Dartmouth.edu

Takunda NdoroTakunda is a Zimbabwean-born, South-African, American who calls Washington D.C. home. After studying Economics at the University of Maryland, College Park—he worked for Morgan Stanley’s Fixed Income Trading and Investment Management businesses as a Finance Analyst/Associate for 4 years. His interests include theater, music (hip-hop of all flavors), and soccer (Liverpool FC - YNWA).

 


Lia Parker-Belfer
Lia.C.Parker-Belfer.TU22@tuck.dartmouth.edu

Lia Parker-BelferLia was born in Changsha, China and adopted at nine months old. She grew up in Brookline, MA and attended Hamilton College. After graduating with a B.A. in Government, Lia moved to Washington, DC to serve as a consultant with Deloitte’s Government & Public Services practice. As DE&I Co-Chair, Lia is committed to creating a culture of belonging within the Tuck community. Outside of the Student Board, Lia is an associate with the Center for Digital Strategies and the Center for Business, Government & Society. She is also a Peer Support Counselor and greatly enjoys hiking in the White Mountains.

 


Carly Rauh
Academic Chair
Carly.I.Rauh.TU22@tuck.dartmouth.edu

Carly Rauh

Carly Rauh was born and raised in Boston, MA. She attended Dartmouth College, where she received a B.A. in Russian Studies and was on the women’s varsity rowing team. Prior to Tuck, Carly held various roles at dataxu, an advertising technology startup in Boston and was an investor at Alumni Ventures Group. In addition to serving as Academic Chair, Carly is an associate for the Center for Digital Strategies and an InSITE fellow.

 

 

Christine Rohacz
Technology Chair
Christine.Rohacz.TU22@Tuck.Dartmouth.EDU

Christine Rohacz

Christine was born on the east coast but ultimately migrated out to the west coast for a warmer life in Arizona and California. She studied computer science and engineering at Santa Clara University and ultimately ended up working as a software engineer for 4 years post undergrad. In addition to being tech chair on student board, Christine is also involved in Tuck Community Consulting, MBA Impact Investing Network & Training, and the Tuck Outdoors Club. The rest of her time is spent entirely outdoors either trail running, mountain biking, rock climbing, and skiing.

 

 

Hannah Sacchini
President
Hannah.L.Sacchini.TU22@tuck.dartmouth.edu

 

Hannah Sacchini

Hannah grew up in the farmland of Modesto, CA, but has spent the last 10+ years on the east coast. She graduated from College of the Holy Cross with a B.A. in Political Science before working in government consulting for three years. Hannah then pivoted to the tech world and joined Catalant Technologies, an (at the time) early-stage start-up, where she spent four years in a variety of strategy and operations roles helping scale the company to over 300 employees. Beyond Student Board, Hannah loves skiing, spending time with her dog, and staying up to date on tech trends/female-founded companies.