Make Meaningful Connections

Join Consulting Club to learn from professional consultants who will share their experiences and help undergraduate students position themselves to be competitive in the job market. 

Consulting Club is a great way to get exposed to to the industry without being committed to a job or class. As business students, we know that networking is important, but the real value comes from making meaningful connections. Each meeting allows ample time for individual questions, and many students have been able to remain connected with guest speakers who eventually become a somewhat of a mentor for them. 

Don’t wait to form these connections when you leave CSU – start today! 

Meet the Executive Team

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Nt Thiam

Major: Economics

I believe consulting stands as an asset to society that aligns with my dearest value: that of service. 

This is achieved through positive social impact by helping solve society’s toughest problems, regardless of scale. 

Personally, it has always been my goal to expand educational and involvement opportunities for others once I had the opportunity to be an officer; just as the previous officers have done for me. I aim to pay it all forward and more. 

Ryleigh Becker

Corporate Engagement Officer

Concentrations: Organization and Innovation Management and Marketing

I am super excited to be the Outreach-officer of the C-State Consulting Club this year. I really wanted to be an officer because I love working with people and wanted to spread information and grow interest in consulting as a career path. I look forward to meeting all of you and we cannot wait for this year! 

Avery Cole


Concentration: Marketing and Supply Chain Management

I chose to become a officer for the Consulting Club in hopes of better connecting with a group of my peers that find interest in the consulting profession. I hope to create a space for young professionals to learn about a career in consulting with no pressure. 

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