The Santa Clara Consulting Team
Dylan DeTray is a third-year honors Finance major and Economics minor at Santa Clara University. He is a part of the Johnson Scholar program; a selective leadership scholarship awarded to ten incoming first year students at SCU based on excellence in academics, service and leadership. Aside from Santa Clara Consulting, he is a member of Phoenician Capital, an on campus investing organization that manages $20,000 in capital. Additionally, Dylan is an active member of Alpha Kappa Psi, and a student ambassador for the University's office of Undergraduate Admissions. He is passionate about social entrepreneurship, public speaking, and leadership development. Outside of school, Dylan enjoys playing the guitar, weight lifting, and traveling around beautiful California.
President and Project Manager
Bryan Chow is a junior majoring in Accounting and Economics at Santa Clara University’s Leavey School of Business. On campus, he is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi, a professional business fraternity as well as Net Impact, a club promoting social and environmental sustainability in business. During his first year on campus, Bryan worked as an accounting intern for a small consulting firm, Teknowledgies. The firm’s business model was centered around managing accounting and finance for tech startups. The summer of his first year, he worked as a finance intern at Prometheus Real Estate Group. During this time, Bryan gained hands on experience in financial modeling, loan due diligence, and lender selection. The summer of his second year, Bryan worked as a research analyst intern for commercial mortgage backed securities at Franklin Templeton Investments in the company’s Hyderabad India office. Outside of school Bryan enjoys playing badminton, discovering great restaurants, and traveling whenever he can.
Internal Vice President
Sri Ramesh is a senior Economics and Philsophy student. She ties this broad academic background together outside the classroom as a member of the professional business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi, leading a cultural immersion trip to the Arizona-Mexico border this Spring, and participating in a weekly philosophy discussion group. Sri has also worked in SCU's Graduate Business Programs for the last two years as an assistant to the Executive and Accelerated MBA programs. Last summer, she interned at Net Impact, an organization fostering businesses for social good, on their corporate programs team. Her personal passions include traveling to new communities, cooking delicious vegetarian meals , and discussions on ethical issues.
Peter is a junior finance major and entrepreneurship minor here at SCU. On campus, he is am the Finance chair of the Communitas Community Council, as well as a member of the ACE Leadership Program, the Economics Association, and the men's Ultimate Frisbee Team (yes, it is a sport!). This past summer, he had a great experience interning at Oracle Corporation where I helped plan the company's flagship conference, Oracle OpenWorld. Peter has also interned at the district office of Congresswoman Jackie Speier, as well as the San Mateo Chamber of Commerce. Outside of school, you can find him hiking with friends, exercising, and cheering on Boston sports teams (go Pats!).
Originally from Colorado, I am currently a junior honors student and Leavey Scholar pursuing a major in Economics (BSC) and minors in International Business and Spanish at Santa Clara University. On campus, I am the Marketing Chair for the Associated Student Government where I create and implement marketing campaigns for 100+ student organizations focused on community building, social responsibility and sustainability. My position on ASG has allowed me to create meaningful relationships with my peers and to channel my love for graphic design and typography to raise awareness for events in the Santa Clara community. In addition to being a Dean’s Scholarship Recipient, I am a member of the Santa Clara Kiva Club, Economics Association, and Undergraduate Women in Business Club. When not running from class to class in my clogs, you’ll find me on the trails training for my second half-marathon, behind the lens of my trusty Canon 60-D, in the warehouses of Project C.U.R.E. sorting through medical equipment, or in front of a bag in a dingy Muay Thai Kickboxing studio.
Mishika Narula is a third-year honors student pursuing a major in Marketing and minor in Entrepreneurship. On campus, she is the student lead for a Leavey School of Business and Miller Center initiative focused on scaling social impact by replicating validated social enterprise business models and tech innovations throughout India, and a scholar in the Accelerated Cooperative Education Program (ACE). This past summer, Mishika interned at the American Red Cross as a marketing and resource development strategist. Take a look beyond school and work, and you'll find Mishika baking cake pops for her social enterprise, Power of Pops, cheering on the Golden State Warriors and her hometown team, the Chicago Bulls, and exploring hiking trails in beautiful California.
Matilde is a sophomore at Santa Clara University pursuing a major in Accounting and a minor in Environmental Studies. Aside from being a member of SCC, Matilde is also an active member of Alpha Kappa Psi, a business fraternity on campus which she’s been a part of since her first-year at SCU. This past summer, Matilde interned at Deloitte, where she was able to discover a wonderful group of professionals and interact with a driven group of interns from across the country. Matilde’s career goal is to find a way to make a difference in the world by implementing her Environmental Studies minor within a professional setting so that she can bring a new perspective to the way business is conducted. Her interest in the environment came as a result of an eye-opening experience this past summer that took her on a 225-mile walk from Ocean Beach, San Francisco all the way to the top of Half Dome in Yosemite. Some of her other interests include volleyball, playing guitar, de-stressing at the gym, and dancing Latin music for fun!
Bella is a sophomore at Santa Clara University actively pursuing a degree in Finance. This past summer, she spent 12 weeks interning at Adobe in the Enterprise Retention department, working with global sales teams to help create marketing strategies that retain long-term Adobe enterprise customers in document and creative cloud. Besides being a passionate member of SCC, Bella is also part of the ACE Leadership Program, works in the Drahmann Advising Center on campus, and performs as a violinist for the SCU String Quartet. Outside of academics, Bella plans to profusely learn more about Native American culture, continue hosting friendly arguments about philosophy, play pickup soccer, and learn to code. She finds solace in journaling, starting her own social enterprise, and exploring the Bay Area via Caltrain.