Jamison Hill is a Senior Associate Consultant at Bain&Company in Boston. He joined the firm as an intern in the summer of 2009 and returned full time in the fall of 2010. Since joining Bain, Mr. Hill has worked across a number of industries, including industrial goods, pharmaceuticals, consumer products, and retail. In addition to strategy work, he has also worked on several due diligence projects in Bain’s Private Equity Practice. He is actively involved in both Blacks at Bain (BABs) and BGLAD, Bain’s LGBT affinity group.
Prior to joining Bain, Mr. Hill was a BOLD intern at Google and a senior counselor for the Boston Refugee Youth Enrichment Program, a summer camp located in Dorchester, M.A. for refugee children.
Mr. Hill graduated from Harvard University in 2010 with an A.B. in History and Literature. At Harvard, he wrote extensively for The Harvard Crimson, covering crime for the daily news section and serving as co-chair of Fifteen Minutes, the paper’s weekly magazine, in its 136th year. Mr. Hill was also a member of the Crimson Key Society, the University’s service organization, and sat on the Faculty of Arts and Sciences’ Educational Policy Committee. His senior year, he was elected to serve as one of eight marshals for the class of 2010 and completed an honors thesis on photography and violence in turn-of-the-century America. He serves as the Director of the Out for Undergrad Business Conference.
Marco Chan is an Associate Consultant at Bain & Company in Washington DC, having first joined the San Francisco office. LGBTQ-related highlights of his work at Bain include leading the firm’s global LGBTQ undergraduate recruiting, and a pro bono strategy project with the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. Prior to Bain, Mr. Chan was involved in community development projects across Québec and other parts of Canada.
Mr. Chan graduated cum laude from Harvard University in 2011 with an A.B. in Romance Languages and Literatures, and currently serves on the Harvard Gay and Lesbian Caucus’ Board of Directors. At Harvard, Mr. Chan co-chaired the LGBTQ student group (Queer Students and Allies) for three years and was a co-founder of IvyQ, the inter-Ivy LGBTQ conference. In addition, he sang and held leadership positions in the Harvard Glee Club, managing the choir’s tour through five states in the Mid-South. His spare time is dedicated to LGBTQ/alumni activities, learning languages, and exploring DC’s cheap eats and many museums.He serves as co-Programming Director for the Out for Undergrad Business Conference.
Tiffany Barillas is currently a second year analyst at Goldman Sachs where she reports to one of the bank’s internal hedge funds. At Goldman, she is an active member of the firm-wide LGBT and Hispanic Latino networks. In particular, she plans and coordinates professional events for the LGBT community in Goldman’s Finance Division. Outside of work she serves as a mentor for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization and the Sponsors for Educational Opportunity Scholars Program. In 2011, Tiffany graduated from Berkeley’s Undergraduate Haas School of Business Program with a concentration in corporate finance and minor in music. At UC Berkeley, she was a part of the Cal Marching Band, the Cal Women’s Rugby team and was the President of the Latino Business Student Association. Tiffany is a Los Angeles native currently residing in New York City. For the past two years she has volunteered at the Out for Undergrad Business Conference and looks forward to serving in this year’s organizing leadership team as co-Programming Director.
Jorgan von Stiening
Jorgan von Stiening is a Manager in the New York office of Ernst &Young, where he works in the Transaction Real Estate practice focusing on transaction advisory, debt and equity valuation, and operations strategy within the hospitality industry. Prior to joining the real estate practice, he worked in the mergers & acquisitions practice, where he provided private equity clients with buy side advisory and financial due diligence for many high profile transactions.
Mr. von Stiening co-organizes Ernst & Young’s sponsorship of the New York Private Equity Network (NYPEN) Real Estate group and has been a guest lecturer on the subject of hotel valuation at the Cornell School of Hotel Administration. He was also recently elected treasurer of the board for his Hell’s Kitchen co-op. At Ernst & Young, Mr. von Stiening is the co-chairman of ‘Beyond’, the firm’s LGBT employee resource group where he directs much of their LGBT recruiting efforts and plays an integral role in organizing the group’s executive panel series and LGBT thought leadership.
Mr. von Stiening graduated from Binghamton University in 2006 with a B.S. in Accounting. Since then, he has made adventure travel a top priority with trips that have included trekking the Himalayas and motorcycling through Cambodia.
Patrick Knise is an analyst in the Industrials group of Macquarie Capital in New York, where he specializes in M&A and leveraged finance deals for middle-market companies. He is active in the firm’s recruiting efforts and is working to establish Macquarie’s first firm-wide LGBT employee resource group in the U.S. Prior to joining Macquarie, he interned with the Business Analytics team at Booz Allen Hamilton in Washington, D.C., where he worked on a number of consulting projects for public sector and non-profit clients.
Patrick graduated magna cum laude from Middlebury College in 2011 with a degree in Economics. At Middlebury, he was co-captain of the Varsity Tennis team, served as an admissions tour guide, and actively participated in the Student Investment Committee. He serves as Co-Chair of the Sponsorship Committee for the Out for Undergrad Business Conference.
Matt Eldridge is an Associate Consultant at Bain & Company in New York. He joined the firm as an intern in the summer of 2010 and returned full time in the fall of 2012. Since joining Bain, he has worked primarily within the higher education and retail practice area groups. At Bain, Matt is actively involved with BGLAD, Bain’s LGBT affinity group, and is a consultant at Inspire, a volunteer organization that provides consulting services to non-profit clients.
Prior to joining Bain, Matt was a Public Relations intern at Coach, Inc., and spent a summer in Tanzania designing a business plan and profit-sharing model for an eco-tourism lodge as a part of the Penn International Business Volunteers.
Matt graduated from Cambridge University (Pembroke College) in 2012 with an MPhil. in Economic and Social History, which he received with Distinction. Prior to Cambridge, Matt graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania in 2011 with degrees from the Wharton School and the College of Arts & Sciences. At Penn, Matt was involved with the Student Committee on Undergraduate Education, The Social Impact Consulting Group, and the Penn International Business Volunteers. He currently lives in New York City, and serves as Admissions Director of the Out for Undergrad Business Conference with Gary Ng.
Gary Ng is currently a Market Risk Analyst at Deutsche Bank specializing in U.S. credit flow
trading products. He joined the bank as a summer intern in 2010 and accepted a full-time
offer in the Risk Graduate Program thereafter, rotating through teams including securitization,
emerging market debt, and asset management risk. Gary is also a steering committee member
of dbPride, Deutsche Bank’s network group for its LGBT employees and allies.
A Singaporean native, Gary completed two years of mandatory military service before coming
to the United States. He graduated summa cum laude from Connecticut College with a Bachelor
of Arts in Economics and Mathematics in 2011, and was named Winthrop Scholar, the college’s
highest academic honor. Outside the classroom, he was Co-President of the investment club
that actively manages a small portion of the college endowment. Upon graduation, Gary
was elected by his class to join the Board as Young Alumni Trustee for a three-year term. He
currently works with Matt as Admissions Director for the Out for Undergrad Business