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Student Leaders

Student Leaders

Student Leaders

McCombs School of Business McCombs School of Business

Student Leaders

BHP students are leaders across campus. Each year our students win a number of prestigious McCombs and campus-wide awards. When you accept your BHP admissions offer, you become part of a community that helps its members succeed and pushes you to become a leader in your own right.

Student Profiles

Anna Hiran

Anna Hiran

BHP, Finance

Class of 2017

Anna Hiran

Anna Hiran

Class of 2017

Majors: BHP, Finance (Minor in Government and completing the Business & Public Policy Certificate)

 

Anna is majoring in BHP and Finance, and is pursuing a certificate in Business & Public Policy. She has always had an interest in the intersection of business and government. Through the Honors Business Association Anna visited Washington, DC for the group’s annual Company Field Trip, which takes students to different cities to visit top companies in the area. She relished the opportunity to see the overlap in business and government first-hand. She also served as a legislative intern in the office of Texas Senator John Whitmire during her sophomore year. Coming out of high school Anna was very focused on school work, but has learned at UT to also make time for fun. She has been exploring all that Austin has to offer and feels so fortunate to be living in such a great city. She has also made time for organizations she enjoys such as Student Government and the UT Counseling and Mental Health Student Advisory Committee. Anna will be interning with Bank of America Merrill Lynch and plans to pursue a career in investment banking. She is also interested in financial and business news reporting, and would love to one day be an anchor for CNBC or CNN.

Amy Enrione

Bethany Rolan

BHP, Supply Chain, Economics

Class of 2017

Amy Enrione

Bethany Rolan

Class of 2017

Majors: BHP, Supply Chain, Economics

 

Senior Bethany Rolan is serving as President for The University of Texas at Austin Orange Jackets this year. Orange Jackets is the oldest and one of the most prestigious women’s service organizations on campus and its members serve as the official hosts for the university. The organization has allowed her to meet women from across campus who are driven and supportive, much like her BHP peers. Bethany relishes the BHP community and feels she has learned so much from her classmates, who have a wide variety of interests and are extremely supportive of one another. That sense of community and collaboration is something she felt when she attended Discover BHP, the program’s event for admitted students as a senior in high school. She meshed with the students she met there and loved that she could have the experience of being at a large school, while having the classroom experience of a small school through the program. Bethany is triple majoring in BHP, Economics, and Supply Chain. The Economics program at UT is housed in the College of Liberal Arts, so she has been able to take several classes through that school that she believes have made her a well-rounded student. During her time here, Bethany has held three on-campus positions, working for the BHP office as a peer advisor, serving as a research assistant for one of her professors, and as a teaching assistant for the Business Communications course. She appreciates being able to be involved in the university in so many capacities. She will be interning with McKinsey & Company and hopes to continue on as a consultant after graduation.

Ben Carver

Humza Tariq

BHP, Finance

Class of 2017

Ben Carver

Humza Tariq

Class of 2017

Majors: BHP, Finance (Minor in History)

Growing up, Humza loved sports and statistics, so it was natural for him to create a new student organization at UT called the Texas Sports Analytics Group, which is dedicated to doing research on sports through a statistical lens. While at UT, Humza has explored his career options, completing internships in real estate, private equity, and investment banking. He has found each experience tremendously valuable and recommends every student intern as much as possible. Humza has also been involved on campus, serving as a BHP Peer Mentor and co-chair for the Texas Undergraduate Investment Team and BHP Student Ethics Board. One of the things he values most about his time here is the friendships he has made with his BHP peers, as he has made some of his closest friends in the program. The small classes and group projects allowed him to become closer with his classmates while feeling more engaged and participatory in classes. Before Humza graduates, he plans to volunteer even more in the Austin community. After graduation, he hopes to pursue a career in financial services.

Krist Tamberelli

Neo Nanna

BHP, Finance, Psychology

Class of 2017

Krist Tamberelli

Neo Nanna

Class of 2017

Majors: BHP, Finance, Psychology

Neo Nanna has never regretted his decision to come to UT or BHP, because he knew going into college that he wanted a challenging environment with honors-level coursework after participating in a McCombs summer camp for rising seniors. He appreciates the diversity of opinions and experiences of other students and feels grateful to his BHP classmates, who have been a great support system helping him navigate through the challenges of college. Although he is triple majoring in BHP, Finance, and Psychology, his passions lie in adolescent development and high school college-readiness. Neo spends his time outside of the classroom on various nonprofit initiatives, including serving as a Community Outreach Coordinator for Camp Kesem – UT, a summer camp for kids whose parents have cancer. He is proud of the money he has raised to send kids to camp and the difference he has made in their lives as a Camp Kesem Counselor. Neo is interning with JPMorgan Chase, but hopes to go into social impact work after graduation with the eventual goal of working in education policy and management.

Peer Mentors

Ben Carver

Benjamin Carver

Senior, Class of 2017

Ben Carver

Benjamin Carver

Major(s): BHP, MIS

Hometown: Dallas, TX 

I am involved in: Honors Business Association (Social Committee), Punjabbawockeez (Indian and Hip hop fusion dance team), and Peer Mentorship. I also studied abroad in Argentina and interned at a start-up company.

Natalie Parmer

Erika Rodrigues

Junior, Class of 2018

Natalie Parmer

Erika Rodrigues

Major(s): BHP, Plan II (Minor in Pre-Health Professions)

Hometown: Corpus Christi, TX

I am involved in: BHP recruiting, Plan II Peer Advising, Liberal Arts Council, Texas Spoon University, undergraduate research (in science), and volunteering outside of UT. I also studied abroad in Buenos Aires.
Kyle Campbell

Erin Phillip

Senior, Class of 2017

Kyle Campbell

Erin Philip

Major(s): BHP, MIS (Minor in Sociology, Applied Statistics & Modeling)

Hometown: Sunnyvale, TX

I am involved in: Undergraduate Business Council, Student Ambassador for the Admissions Office, and Senate of College Councils. I also interned for tech start-up company and studied abroad in Paris.

Humza Tariq

Humza Tariq

Senior, Class of 2017

Humza Tariq

Humza Tariq

Major(s): Business Honors/Finance, Minor in Asian Studies

Hometown: Houston, TX

I am involved in: Texas Undergraduate Investment Team (TUIT), Texas Sports Analytics Group (TSAG), Best Buddies, BHP Student Ethics Board, Investment Banking Association (IBA), BHP Steering Committee, and HBA Philanthropy Committee (Fr/Soph Year). I also have internship experience in finance and private equity.


Addie R

Mackenzie Moore

Junior, Class of 2018

Addie R

Mackenzie Moore

Major(s):BHP, Supply Chain Management, Minor in Marketing

Hometown: Wyckoff, NJ

I am involved in: Undergraduate Business Council, Texas THON, BHP Management Study Abroad to Argentina, Global Business Brigades in Honduras, McCombs Society for Policy and Enterprise, and HBA Social Committee.

Bryson Hearne

Maya Josiam

Junior, Class of 2018

Bryson Hearne

Maya Josiam

Major(s): BHP, Finance

Hometown:  Plano, TX

I am involved in: Honors Business Association, HBA Buddy Program, Sophomore Social Co-Chair, Student Consulting Initiative, Nritya Sangam Indian Classical Dance Team, UTeach Outreach. I also studied abroad in Buenos Aires.
Krist Tamberelli

Michelle Zhang

Junior, Class of 2018

Krist Tamberelli

Michelle Zhang

Major(s): Business Honors, Plan II, Marketing

Hometown: Austin, Texas

I am involved in: Texas Spirits, The Daily Texan, Honors Business Association, The Nocturnal Literary Journal, Project Consent, and BHP Leadership Kickoff Co-Chair. I also studied abroad in Barcelona.


Nadia Senter

Nadia Senter

Senior, Class of 2017

Nadia Senter

Nadia Senter 

Major(s): BHP/International Business, Minor in Music

Hometown: Chicago, IL & Austin, TX

I am involved in:  Alpha Phi Sorority, FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic Undergraduate Students), and GRAMMY U, a music business organization. I also interned for the GRAMMY's and Universal Music Group.

Rachel Huynh

Paige Kimball

Senior, Class of 2017

Rachel Huynh

Paige Kimball

Major(s): BHP, Marketing

Hometown: Colleyville, Texas

I am involved in: Undergraduate Business Council, Honors Business Association (Academics Committee, Communications VP), BHP Steering Committee, BHP Peer Advisor office. I completed internships in finance at Dell and in human capital consulting at EY. I also studied abroad in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Amy Enrione

Rachel Diebner

Junior, Class of 2018

Amy Enrione

Rachel Diebner 

Major(s): BHP, Plan II, Supply Chain Management

Hometown: Dallas, TX

I am involved in: Orange Jackets, Honors Business Association, Student Consulting Initiative, LeaderShape, Chickadees Service Society, BHP Steering Committee, and KIPP Austin. I also studied abroad in Argentina.


Vishal Bhat

Vishal Bhat

Senior, Class of 2017

Vishal Bhat

Vishal Bhat

Major(s): BHP/Finance/Radio-Television-Film

Hometown: Plano, TX

I am involved in: University Securities Investment Team (USIT), Management Consulting Association (MCA), McCombs Career Expo Board (MCEB), and Financial Analyst Program (FAP). I completed internships in energy trading, investment banking, hedge fund, and management consulting. I also studied abroad in Hong Kong.

Matt Tulli

Matt Tulli

Senior, Class of 2017

Matt Tulli

Matt Tulli 

Major(s): BHP, Management Information Systems, Advertising
Hometown: Dallas, TX
  

I am involved in: Texas Blazers, Honors Business Association, Texas Sports Communication Group, BHP Leadership Kickoff co-chair, and Intramural Sports. I also studied abroad in Buenos Aires and interned in marketing and sales with a football company.