Amy is from Toronto and studies Industrial Engineering. She is passionate about making improvements in the healthcare sector, and will be working at the McGill University Health Centre to improve processes in the surgical ambulatory care unit this year. Amy has also worked as an analyst helping to combat $2 billion worth of annual insurance fraud in the healthcare industry. She has travelled to 23 countries and enjoys hiking, cooking, and reading.
Social Media & Creative Director
Manolis Sevdalis is a third-year student at JMSB. Born in Montréal and raised in Greece, he returned to Montréal to pursue his studies in business, majoring in Accountancy. With a keen interest in social media and content creation, Manolis will direct Concordia’s MCC towards a larger audience and attract more students wishing to follow a career in consulting. His interests include a healthy lifestyle, travelling, and exploring the city’s greatest cafés and restaurants.
Marc is in his final year as a double-Major in Finance and Accounting. Working for the family business over the last 4 years, he is passionate about entrepreneurship and has been developing various business skills along the way. Marc also works as a volunteer at the Montreal Heart Institute Foundation, a cause dear to his heart. On the side, he started a catamaran-touring company in the Bahamas, a thrilling project that keeps him busy! Finally, as a VP External, Marc wants to share his passion for the consulting industry by with as many students as possible.
Michelle is a fourth-year Industrial Engineering student in Concordia’s co-op program. She has a passion for problem solving and loves helping out. Her participation in different associations at Concordia has helped her grow professionally and personally. As the vice President of project, her goal is to create awareness of the consulting world and the club by engaging students in solving real- life problems.
Nadine is a fourth-year Industrial Engineering student, her goal is to get involved outside her classrooms to help her grow personally and professionally. She’s interested in Consulting, solving challenging problems and travelling as much as she can. Nadine thinks teamwork and communication are key elements to succeed in life; her past work experience in the Pharmaceutical and Aerospace industries as well as her experience as a teaching assistant for Engineering courses have helped her improve these skills. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with her friends and watching movies.
Samar is a 2nd year accountancy student in co-op. Her experience as an Internal Auditor allowed to discover the consultancy field and work with alongside consultants. When she is not at work or studying, she enjoys shopping, going to the gym and meeting new people!
First Year Representative
Sarah is a first year JMSB finance student in the Co-operative program. She is excited to help bring awareness about MCC to other first year students. She loves being involved, meeting new people and planning events. She also enjoys travelling, shopping and baking.
Udhay is a second year MBA student at JMSB. After completing a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry at McGill, he worked in the food, chemicals and pharmaceutical consulting industries. Over the past year, Udhay has built on his education and experience by helping a non-profit in a consulting mandate, and by participating in case competitions. Beyond the classroom, Udhay enjoys traveling and experiencing new foods.
Skander is in his final year as a Finance major at JMSB and he is part of the Beta Gamma Sigma honors society. After Completing two internships with the Research Team in Commercial Real Estate at CBRE, he is joining Ivanhoé Cambridge for an Asset Management internship. His is currently a VP Partnerships at JC3. He also is, a firm believer in a balanced lifestyle by incorporating fitness and travelling as essentials for his long-term success. Skander regards Management Consulting as the best industry to allow him to achieve his greater goals in impacting emerging markets.
VP Business development
Ze Jun was born in China and raised in Montreal. Growing up with a father in portfolio management, Ze Jun developed a keen interest in finance early on. Apart from finance, Ze Jun is also passionate about the environment and entrepreneurship. While in Cegep, he co-founded a non-profit called Comp-O-Stage that offered affordable compost bins to households in Quebec. In his first year at the John Molson School of Business, he was involved in case competitions and competed at Jeux du Commerce. During the summer, he was hired as a consultant to improve the operations of a business in the health and fitness industry. Outside of studies, Ze Jun enjoys working out, playing chess and poker.