The Biggest and the Best
With over 1000+ alumni, Ross Consortium boasts the largest alumni network of any Consortium school. Our goal is to create an endearing CGSM family bond that supports, respects, and promotes one another, while leveraging our collective strengths to further the Consortium’s mission.
The Consortium Mission
Consortium for Graduate Study in Management's (CGSM) mission “is to enhance diversity and inclusion in global business education and leadership by striving to reduce the significant underrepresentation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans in both our Member Schools’ enrollments and the ranks of global management.”
The Student Liaisons are responsible for leading Consortium student activities at Ross and communicating with The Consortium students, staff, corporate and school representatives, and alumni. They play a key role in driving the Ross Consortium vision throughout the year
Bryant is a second-year MBA student with a focus on Investment Management and Entrepreneurship, immersed in the worlds of finance and innovation. Currently, he proudly serves as a Consortium Liaison, bridging connections and fostering collaboration within the CGSM community at Michigan Ross. Additionally, he serves as the Co-President of HBSA, President of the IM Club, VP of Partnerships for EVC, and VP of Operations for First at Ross.
Outside of academia, he is driven by a passion for giving back and empowering others through education in finance and coding. Whether through workshops or mentoring, he seeks to demystify these subjects and make them accessible to all. When not immersed in the world of business, you can find him embracing the great outdoors; finding solace in hiking, biking, and kayaking, and always eager to explore new destinations. Additionally, he indulges in playing the bass guitar and has a penchant for whipping up delicious meals for friends and family, creating memorable moments around the dining table.
Before embarking on this MBA journey, he honed his skills in Investment Management through various roles in technology and investments. Notably, he also had the privilege of serving as the President of a non-profit board dedicated to assisting low-income families with essential resources like food and housing. These experiences reinforced his commitment to creating positive change in his community. He hopes to approach every endeavor with an insatiable curiosity, always seeking to learn and adapt, and his ultimate goal is to be a catalyst for impactful change and a beacon of leadership within the community.
Taylor is a second year MBA from Palo Alto, California who is passionate about identifying and satisfying consumer needs and developing tangible solutions. After a career in Tech Operations, Taylor is using her MBA to pivot into Brand/Product Management which led her to an internship at Procter & Gamble as a Brand Management Intern this past Summer.
In addition to being a CGSM Liaison, Taylor is also the VP of DEI for Michigan Marketing club, VP of Social for Black Business Student Association (BBSA), VP of DEI for the Michigan Ski & Snowboard Club, and a Ross MBA Student Ambassador. Outside of holding leadership positions, she is an active member in several other professional, affinity, and social clubs.
Prior to business school, Taylor worked at various tech companies, including Square and Cisco, where she was responsible for producing supply and demand forecasts for some of the companies most sought after products. While in this role, she was on the leadership teams of Black Employee Resource Groups and spearheaded company wide initiatives around belonging and allyship. Before business school, she also created a casual networking organization named Black Girl Wine Club, where 30+ Black women from around the Bay Area came together monthly to fellowship in a safe space (which was often her own apartment!). Outside of work, Taylor loves playing with her puppy, T-Rex, skiing, cycling, and discovering the newest fashion trends. Taylor holds a BS in Marketing with a Supply Chain Concentration from Elon University where she played Division I golf.
Cameron is a second year MBA student who is passionate about sports, marketing, and social impact. At Ross, in addition to serving as a Consortium Liaison, Cameron is the VP of Prospective Students for BBSA and a general member of several other affinity and social organizations. Cameron is pursuing her MBA to pivot into brand management after working for several years as a communications specialist within the B2B corporate event planning industry.
While working in meetings and events in Chicago, Cameron was responsible for managing and developing internal communications strategy, brand strategy, and content creation and management for the corporate website. In addition to this role she served as a member of the DEI committee to establish more concrete opportunities for employees of marginalized communities to connect and converse about issues affecting people of color.
When not working, she enjoys volunteering with local organizations dedicated to improving educational outcomes for underprivileged youth, over-collecting houseplants, and dancing. Cameron holds a B.A in Human Biology and was a former DI track and field athlete at the University of Southern California.
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