I have been with RAMP since early 2016 when I started getting involved in piloting RAMP. We support small businesses in communities; meanwhile we learn the most by working with them and solving real business problems. In early July, I co-founded a new venture called CareerLight, a company that provides customized career training to international students to help them prepare for a successful career in the U.S.
Originally from Brazil, Marlon works as both a CRM at ICE and as an Equity Research Analyst for the Redhawk Fund. Marlon has launched the Toilets4All initiative, which advocates for the implementation of all-gender bathrooms at North Seattle College and is deeply passionate about issues involving accessibility and immigrant/LGBTQ rights.
“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone in the waters to create many ripples.” I aspire to work in the field of Corporate Finance/Business Valuation. I am originally from India, Asia, where I worked in different segments of banks, focused on managing retail banking operations team and corporate client’s portfolio. I co-founded a wealth consultancy firm to give back a solution-oriented one-stop shop for financial services.
Mohand works as a CRM and Small Business Coach for RAMP. He worked as a Project Manager in Saudi Arabia before coming to the US to continue his education. He is interested in entrepreneurial/small business consulting and business, organizational development. Mohand enjoys writing, in his native language Arabic, and he is currently writing a novel.
When not working for the IEC runs his own coffee company on campus, MotMot coffee, is active in Albers as a New Student Mentor, has had two internships with the Boeing Company and loves to help foster entrepreneurial spirit within students by engaging them in business plan competitions and opportunities to get involved.
Shraddha is a Seattle – based professional who has completed her undergraduate studies in Accounting and Finance and possesses over four and a half years of experience as a professional in the same field. She is currently involved in various clubs and initiatives at SU, and is eagerly looking to expand her knowledge and experience as a professional, whilst simultaneously assisting other members of the society to achieve their goals.
Chan graduated with Master of Social Work from New York University in 2016 and worked as a child social worker for the Children’s Administration, Washington State DSHS Department. Chan had a start-up ViaX previously and worked to connect professors and research projects with students in China. Chan also had rich experience in student work and marketing.