Careers & Recruiting
Fisher Futures

The Fisher College of Business Office of Career Management has developed Fisher Futures, a unique and innovative program to aid you as a top finance student at Fisher in attaining experience in the investment banking industry. While the application process is lengthy and selective, we invite you to apply to become a member of the distinguished Fisher Futures program.

Information Sessions
Information Sessions last 30 minutes and are held in the Office of Career Management in Gerlach Hall. The sessions offer you the opportunity to learn more about investment banking, the Fisher Futures program and the application process.

Session Dates and Times:

  • Sessions will be scheduled during Autumn Semester. Check back for more information.

  • Program and Requirements

    Program and Requirements

    Once selected to join Fisher Futures, you will receive individual coaching preparing you to compete for a summer internship and thus be well positioned to secure a full-time career position in the investment banking industry upon graduation.

    Requirements:

    • You must be admitted as a Business Major with a Specialization in Finance and/or Accounting by Fall 2019
    • You must have at least a 3.50 cumulative GPA
    • You must be available for a summer internship in 2021 (May - August)
    • You must be planning to graduate by May 2022

    If you are accepted into Fisher Futures, you will:

    • Compete for a Summer 2021 internship in the investment banking industry
    • Participate in a Spring Semester class to prepare for interviews in investment banking as well as to gain an understanding of the industry
    • Train in financial modeling with Wall Street Prep
    • Take part in trips to New York City and Chicago to visit investment banks and network with Fisher alumni in the industry.
    • Be featured on the Career Management Web site, including your resume, bio and photo

  • Application Process

    Application Process

    Step 1 - Application OPENS October 15th and are DUE Thursday, October 31st, by 11:59PM

    • Read Vault’s career guide to Investment Banking
    • Complete application form: Fisher Futures Application Link (Apply on or after Oct 15)
    • Once your application form has been submitted you’ll automatically be enrolled in a Fisher Futures Course on Canvas so that you can complete Step 2 (please give two business days)

    Step 2- DUE November 4th, by 11:59PM

    IMPORTANT - Video submissions can begin at 12:00PM Noon on Friday, Nov 1

    • Upload a video of yourself answering the below question to the Fisher Futures Course on Canvas (2 minutes max)
    • In the video, tell us 3 qualities you have that you believe would make you a good fit for investment banking

    Step 3 INTERVIEWS HELD November 12-20

    • Select students will be invited to participate in a panel interview focusing on your background and interest in investment banking

    Questions about Fisher Futures?
    Contact Jon Koval, Ani Varanasi or Margie Bogenschutz

    • Class of 2020

      Jake ChinitzJake Chinitz
      Will be returning to RBC, New York full-time in 2020.

      Jake is a junior in the Fisher College of Business from Westport, Connecticut pursuing a BSBA in Finance. He is currently a member of the Honors Finance Program, and as a sophomore was accepted into the highly selective Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program where he received certification in financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep. Outside of class he is Vice President of Industrials for Buckeye Capital Investors, an undergraduate student investment club on campus.

      In the summer of 2016, Jake interned at CastleKeep Investment Advisors, a wealth management firm for high net worth individuals. He returned there for the summer of 2017 to assume a bigger role in portfolio strategy and investment management. In the summer of 2018, he interned at FactSet, where he completed a training program in the software and worked with the sales team to screen for potential clients. He also interned at Vectra Capital, where he assisted traders in monitoring and managing their assets.

       

      Michael D’OnofrioMichael D’Onofrio
      Interned with RBC in New York City.

      Michael D'Onofrio is a junior at The Ohio State University pursuing a degree in Finance and Economics. He is currently the president of the Undergraduate Business Council as well as the Fisher Leadership Development Program. He is also involved in Buckeye Capital Investors and the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program.

      Michael spent the summer after his freshman year at LynQ, a start-up located in New York City. While there, he was responsible for business development, managing the supply line, and creating the company's financial documents. Since the summer after his sophomore year, Michael has been an intern at Copper Run Capital in Columbus, OH. There he is responsible for creating client material, researching potential buy-side/sell-side targets, and financial modeling. Michael will be interning with RBC after his junior year in their investment banking division.

       

      Ian GlennIan Glenn
      Interned with Diamond Hill in Columbus, Ohio.

      Ian Glenn is a junior from Houston, TX majoring in Finance at The Ohio State University. He was admitted to the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program and is now certified in financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep. Outside of the classroom, Ian is involved with Buckeye Capital Investors, a club that focuses on the markets and holds stock pitch competitions. Furthermore, Ian has gone on volunteering trips with Buck-I-SERV to combine his passions for traveling and helping others.

      Ian has held several internships in the financial services industry. During his first year at Ohio State, Ian interned at Graystone Consulting, an institutional consulting firm for endowments, foundations and high-net-worth individuals. After his freshman year, Ian worked at Covariance Capital Management on the business development team trying to bring on more clients for the firm. Most recently, Ian interned in Denver, CO at Cook Street Consulting, an investment consulting firm providing services to U.S. and Canadian retirement plans.

      Outside of the classroom, Ian enjoys traveling and is an avid Houston sports fan.

       

      Jake GoodJake Good
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      Interned with Roth Capital, Newport Beach, CA



      Jake Good is a junior in the Fisher College of Business from Mission Viejo, California pursuing a BSBA in Finance with a minor in Real Estate. He was admitted into the highly competitive Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program and is now certified in financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep. Jake is a member of the Consulting Industry Immersion Program and also holds an executive board position in the Common Cents Investment Group.

      Outside of the classroom, Jake is a member of the men’s club water polo team, earning All-Conference distinction, as well as the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. This past summer, Jake interned at ROTH Capital Partners in Southern California, an investment bank specializing in the small-cap public market, as a member of their consumer and retail group. Aside from school and work, Jake enjoys going to concerts, hiking, bodysurfing, and watching sports.

       

      Kevin HoeflingerKevin Hoeflinger

      Kevin Hoeflinger is a junior in the Fisher College of Business from Toledo, Ohio pursuing a BSBA in Finance with a minor in Economics. He was accepted into Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program and is now certified in financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep. In addition, Kevin is involved in the Nonprofit Immersion Program where he is a non-voting member on the board of Vet Motorsports, Buckeye Capital Investors where he is an associate in the TMT sector, and Business Builders Club, Ohio State’s premier entrepreneurship club.

      This past summer, Kevin interned at Huntington National Bank in their treasury department. He was responsible for providing weekly market updates to the treasury department team on important news and events happening in the financial markets. He was also tasked with analyzing data compiled from Bloomberg to find trends in the market and treasury curve in order to recommend the best time to buy and sell bonds on Huntington’s balance sheet.

       

      Sam HydeSam Hyde
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      Will be returning to Goldman, LA full-time in 2020.

      Sam is a junior from Canton, Ohio in the Fisher College of Business double specializing in Finance and Economics with a minor in Mathematics. He is currently a member of the Honors Cohort Program, Fisher’s flagship two-year academic program focused on leadership, service, interpersonal skills, and critical thinking through experiential learning. As a sophomore, Sam was accepted into the highly selective Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program and has received certification in financial and valuation modeling through Wall Street Prep.

      Sam has had experience in the financial services industry as a Wealth Management intern at Ameriprise Financial in Canton, Ohio, as an Investments intern at Diamond Hill Capital Management in Columbus, Ohio, and as a Sales and Trading Summer Analyst at J.P. Morgan in Los Angeles, California. During his role at Diamond Hill, Sam had the opportunity to analyze investment research data to help evaluate portfolio returns. At J.P. Morgan, Sam created detailed pitch books overviewing foreign exchange fluctuations and financial derivative instruments, which were presented to clients and senior management.

      At Ohio State, Sam serves as the Vice President of Technology, Media, and Telecommunications for Buckeye Capital Investors, Ohio State’s preeminent investment club. He has also completed the curriculum and become a peer mentor in Ohio State’s Investment Banking Program. Outside of academics and work, he enjoys exercising as well as watching professional Cleveland sports.

       

      Jon KovalJon Koval
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      Will be returning to Sopris, New York full-time in 2020.

      Jon Koval is a junior in the Fisher College of Business from Lansing, MI pursuing a BSBA with specializations in Finance and Economics. He is a member of the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program and has received a certification in financial and valuation modelling through Wall Street Prep.

      Jon is also a member of the 22nd Honors Cohort, Fisher’s flagship two-year academic program focused on leadership, service, interpersonal skills, and critical thinking through experiential learning.At Ohio State, he serves as a teaching assistant in Fisher’s Accounting Department, research assistant in Fisher’s Management Sciences department, Managing Director of Healthcare for Buckeye Capital Investors, and a committee chair in the Stadium Scholarship Program.

       

       

      Ryan LeeperRyan Leeper
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      Will be returning to Nationwide, Venture Capital, Columbus full-time in 2020.

      Ryan is a junior from Dayton, OH majoring in Finance with a minor in Computer and Information Science. As a sophomore, Ryan was admitted into the Fisher Futures Investment Banking program and received certification in financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep. Along with Fisher Futures, Ryan is a member of Buckeye Capital Investors, a student-led investment club.

      Ryan spent this past summer as a Financial Innovation Intern at Nationwide in Columbus, OH and works as a small business Finance and Accounting consultant for Vision Financial Group during the school year. Outside of the classroom, Ryan is a brother of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity where he holds multiple committee positions and loves to golf and watch movies in his free-time.

       

      Alex LeszczAlex Leszcz
      Will be returning to Key Bank, Cleveland full-time in 2020.

      Alex is a junior in the Fisher College of Business, specializing in Finance. He is originally from Rocky River, Ohio a small suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. He was accepted into the highly selective Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program and received his certification in financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep. During the summer of 2018, Alex gained experience working for ShurTech, LLC as a finance and accounting intern.

      At Ohio State, Alex is involved with professional business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi and co-founded an investment committee. He is responsible for facilitating meetings and teaching other members of the fraternity about valuation and financial markets. Alex is also an associate in the Industrials group of Buckeye Capital Investors and serves as the treasurer of the Ohio State Men’s Club Lacrosse team.

       

      Tess MoranTess Moran
      Will be returning to JPMorgan, New York full-time in 2020.

      Tess is a junior in the Fisher College of Business studying Finance & Economics and is also a member of the Honors Cohort Program, Fisher’s flagship two-year academic honors program focusing on experiential learning. She went through the Fisher Futures Program in the spring of her sophomore year and completed the Wall Street Prep financial modeling course.

      She has been an active member of Students Consulting for Non-Profit Organizations, MoneyThink, and is a peer financial coach for Scarlet and Gray Financial. During the summer of 2018, she worked at Rockwood Equity Partners in Cleveland, Ohio in a private equity & business development analyst role. 

       

      Nick PaleyNick Paley
      Will be returning to Goldman, Chicago full-time in 2020.

      Nicholas Paley is a junior from Dayton, Ohio currently pursuing a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration with a specialization in Finance and a minor in Economics. He is an inaugural member of the Finance Honors Program at Ohio State, a faculty-selected cohort that allows for students to work and learn in a concentrated setting with some of the Fisher College of Business’ top professors. As well as being a member of the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program, a highly-competitive program geared towards developing students’ understanding of financial modeling, forecasting, and valuation, he is a member of Ohio State’s foremost investing club, Buckeye Capital Investors.

      Outside of Fisher, Nick is the Vice President of Programming for his fraternity, Beta Theta Pi, putting him in charge of organizing all philanthropic, service, and social related events. During the summer between Nick’s sophomore and junior year, he interned for Ayming Consulting Group, a multinational European operational consulting firm, in London, England. Within Ayming, he worked as a Cost Optimization Intern, analyzing client expenditure and researching market trends to initiate ways to cut costs and increase operational efficiency.

      Outside of his professional and academic endeavors, Nick enjoys watching 80’s movies, adding to his vinyl collection, traveling, and following the NBA.

       

      Stephen QuirkStephen Quirk
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      Will be returning to William Blair, Chicago full-time in 2020.

      Stephen Quirk is a junior in the Fisher College of Business pursuing a BSBA in Finance and Economics, as well as a minor in Computer Information Systems. He is originally from Youngstown, Ohio, which is a small community in northeast Ohio, right along the Pennsylvania border. As a sophomore, he was accepted into the highly selective Fisher Futures Investment Banking program and has received certification in financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep.

      Stephen is heavily involved outside of the classroom. He is a project leader with Buckeye Undergraduate Consulting Club currently working with American Electric Power (AEP) analyzing second use applications for EV batteries. He is also involved in Delta Sigma Pi professional fraternity where he devotes a lot of his time to mentoring the younger members to become better professionals. Stephen also is a member of the Buckeye Capital Investors club, and resides in the Technology, Media, and Telecommunications (TMT) sector—the same sector he hopes to be a part of full-time after graduation.

       

       

      Brian SchoefflerBrian Schoeffler
      Will be returning to William Blair, Chicago full-time in 2020.

      Brian Schoeffler is a junior in the Fisher College of Business from Twinsburg, Ohio pursuing a BSBA in Finance and Economics. He is an active member of Buckeye Capital Investors where he serves on the executive board as treasurer as well as a member of the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program. He was also involved in the newly formed Investment Banking Program which helped prepare him for Fisher Futures.

      Brian spent the summer after freshman year in a corporate strategy/accounting position at Hispec Wheel and Tire in Mishawaka, Indiana. That led him to receive an offer as an Investment Banking Summer Analyst at Lancaster Pollard in Columbus, Ohio after his sophomore year. There, he gained valuable investment banking experience covering the healthcare real-estate sector with a focus on senior-living.

       

       

      Scottie SeymourScottie Seymour
      Interned with Brown Gibbons Lang in Chicago.

      Scottie Seymour is a junior at The Ohio State University double specializing in Finance and Economics. He is a member of the varsity baseball team at Ohio State. He is a current member of the Honors Cohort Program, Fisher’s flagship two-year academic program focused on leadership, service, interpersonal skills and critical thinking through experiential learning. Scottie is also involved in Buckeye Capital Investors where he is an associate in the Technology, Media, and Telecommunications sector.

      As a sophomore Scottie was accepted into the highly selective Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program and has received certification in financial and valuation modeling through Wall Street Prep. In the summer of 2017, Scottie worked as a Finance Intern for Pilkington North America. While at Pilkington he redesigned the data storage system and ran queries for senior credit analysts.

      Scottie spent the summer of 2018 in New Market, Virginia playing baseball in the Valley Baseball League for the New Market Rebels. He plans on pursuing an investment banking career post-graduation.

       

      Jasmin ShawJasmin Shaw
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      Interned at Citi, New York (planning to go to law school).

      Jasmin Shaw is a junior in the Fisher College of Business studying Finance, International Business, and Philosophy. She is also a member of the inaugural class of Fisher’s Finance Honors Program. Jasmin became interested in investment banking through her participation in the Investment Banking Program during her freshman and sophomore year. Her sophomore year she was accepted into the Fisher Futures Program and received certification in financial and valuation modeling through Wall Street Prep.

      Outside of class, Jasmin was involved in the Business Scholars Program her first two years. She is currently the Vice President of the National Association of Black Accountants. During the summer of 2018, Jasmin interned with Citigroup through their Sophomore Leadership Program. She completed rotations in Citi’s Corporate Bank, Investment Bank, and Markets Group. She will be returning to Citi in the Investment Bank for summer 2019.

       

      Jay SilverJay Silver
      Interned with Goldman in New York City.

      Jay Silver is a third year studying finance in the Fisher College of Business, and is a member of the Fisher Futures class of 2020. On campus, Jay is a member of Buckeye Capital Investors, an alumni of and current mentor to the Investment Banking Program, and a member of the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. In the summer after his sophomore year, Jay interned at Axium Infrastructure, a Canadian energy and infrastructure private equity firm, working out of their New York City and Montreal offices.

      For the summer after his junior year, Jay will be interning in Goldman Sachs’ Investment Banking Division in New York City, in their classic (industry coverage) side of the investment bank. In his free time, Jay enjoys golf, pickup basketball, screenwriting and video production, and hanging out with friends.

       

      Alec SingerAlec Singer
      Will be returning to Barclays, New York full-time in 2020.

      Alec is currently a junior at Ohio State working toward a B.S.B.A specializing in Finance, Accounting, and Economics. He currently is part of the executive board of Buckeye Capital Investors serving as the VP of membership development where he leads a once a week session designed for underclassman to learn about accounting principles, investment instruments, and valuation techniques. Alec also acts as a veteran liaison for the Fisher College of Business helping with communication within the veteran community and Fisher.

      Additionally, Alec is an active brother of the Ohio State Chapter of Kappa Sigma and also volunteers to mentor first and second graders from underprivileged communities through the CMFK program. Professionally, Alec has been working at the Private Equity firm RiverWest Partners since December 2017 as an Investment Associate where he works with the partners from the valuation phase through execution and the management of the portfolio.

      Outside of academics and carrier ambitions, Alec serves in Marine Corps as a (5811) Field MP. Alec will be working for Barclays in Manhattan as an Investment Banking Summer analyst this upcoming summer.

       

      Karey UltstadKarey Ulstad
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      Will be returning to Axium Infrastructure, New York full-time in 2020.

      Karey is a junior in the Fisher College of Business studying Finance and is also in the Honors Finance Program. She went through the Fisher Futures Program in spring of her sophomore year and completed the Wall Street Prep financial modeling course. She has been an active member in Common Cents Investment Group since her freshman year and is currently the President.

      Additionally, she is a peer financial coach for Scarlet and Gray Financial. During the summer of 2018, she worked at Axium Infrastructure in New York and Montreal, where she evaluated numerous renewable energy and other core infrastructure assets. 

       

      Ani VaranasiAni Varanasi
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      Will be returning to BMO, Chicago full-time in 2020.

      Ani Varanasi is a junior from Canton, Michigan, majoring in Finance with a minor in Economics. He is a current member of Buckeye Capital Investors as a Vice President in the Consumer & Retail Group, and a part of the 22nd class of the Honors Cohort Program. As a sophomore, Ani was admitted into the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program, a highly-competitive, faculty-selected program that exposes students to financial modeling, forecasting, and valuation. He is also certified in Wall Street Prep, a financial modeling and valuation course.

      This past summer, Ani interned at Huntington National Bank, as a Summer Analyst in the Capital Markets division. There, he assisted both the Debt Capital Markets & Equity Capital Markets teams. Previously, throughout his sophomore year, Ani was an intern at UBS Financial Services in Dublin, OH, where he worked with the group’s Wealth Management team. In summer 2019, Ani was an Investment Banking Summer Analyst at BMO Capital Markets in Chicago, Illinois. Outside of school, Ani is interested in sports, travel, movies, poker, and cooking.

       

      Will WeidelingWill Weideling
      Will be returning to Brown Gibbons Lang, Cleveland full-time in 2020.

      Will Weideling is a third-year student studying Finance within the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University. He is a current member of Buckeye Capital Investors, Ohio State’s foremost investment club; the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program, a highly-competitive, faculty-selected program that exposes student to financial modeling, forecasting, and valuation; and Delta Tau Delta Fraternity where he serves as the Director of Continued Member Education.

      In the summer of 2018, Will worked at Worthington Industries as a summer analyst in the Mergers & Acquisitions Department. In this role he worked with various investment banks on potential acquisition opportunities and produced inorganic growth strategies for Worthington Industries. Outside of the classroom and work, Will enjoys baseball, fishing, snowboarding, golf, and SCUBA diving.

       

    • Class of 2021

      Veronica Arrasque HeadshotVeronica Arrascue Quiroz

      Veronica is a junior at Fisher College of Business pursuing a BSBA in Finance and a minor Economics. She is originally from Venezuela; however, she completed High School in Florida. As a sophomore, she was admitted into the highly selective Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program and has received certification in financial and valuation modeling through Wall Street Prep.

      Outside of class, Veronica has been an active member of the Hispanic Business Student Association, being the former treasurer and now the Vice President. During Summer 2019, she traveled to Auckland, New Zealand to work on a research project for the American Chamber of Commerce. Additionally, starting June, Veronica interned at Scotiabank in Lima, Peru in the Business Transformation Unit. She was part of the Strategy & Key Projects team, where she assisted with different projects for the different areas of the bank, such as M&A Investment Banking and Commercial Banking.

       

      Michael Bauer HeadshotMichael Bauer
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      Michael Bauer is a junior in the Fisher College of Business pursuing a BSBA with specializations in Finance and Economics. As a sophomore, Michael was accepted into the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program and has received a certification in financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep. Michael is also a member of the 23rd Honors Cohort and currently serves as Managing Director of the TMT sector for Buckeye Capital Investors.

      Michael has previous experience working as a Strategy and M&A Intern in the Corporate Development group of Fortune Brands Home & Security and as an Investment Banking Spring Analyst at Copper Run Capital. Last summer, Michael worked at Sopris Capital Associates as a Private Equity Summer Analyst in New York.

      Michael will be joining Evercore’s M&A group in New York during the summer of 2020.

       

      Sam Blum HeadshotSam Blum
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      Sam is a junior in the Fisher College of Business from Granville, Ohio studying economics and finance with a minor in music. Sam is currently the Vice President of the OSU Music Producer’s Club, an associate in the energy sector of the Buckeye Capital Investors student organization, and a member of the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program. Sam was also on the OSU Club Boxing team and currently works in OSU’s professional audio recording studio on campus. 

      In the Fall of his sophomore year, Sam interned with the Columbus-based concert promotion company PromoWest Productions as a sales & marketing intern. In the Spring, Sam finished 6th out of over 140 collegiate competitors nationwide in the annual Portfolios with Purpose equity portfolio challenge for charity. Following his Sophomore year, Sam was a risk management intern with Fifth Third Bank at their corporate headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. In the Summer of 2020, Sam will be joining Citi’s Global Markets Division in New York City as a Prime, Futures (sales & trading), and Securities Summer Analyst. 

      Austin Bragaglia HeadshotAustin Bragaglia
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      Austin is a junior at Ohio State University pursuing a degree in accounting. He is a member of The Honors Accounting Program, which facilitates the development of critical thinking and communication skills through challenging coursework and presentation. In his sophomore year, Austin was selected into the selective Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program, and also became certified in financial and valuation modeling through Wall Street Prep. 

      Outside of the classroom, Austin is a member of Buckeye Capital Investors, Ohio State’s premier undergraduate student investment club, where he is a member in the TMT sector. Austin spent this past summer interning at the headquarters of the northeastern-based credit union, Visions Federal Credit Union, where he assisted in their Internal Operations Department. In his free time, Austin enjoys watching football, listening to podcasts, and reading up on the news.

       

      Jack Brant HeadshotJack Brant
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      Jack is a junior in the Fisher College of Business from Rocky River, Ohio pursuing a dual specialization degree in Finance and Economics. As a sophomore, Jack was admitted into the highly competitive Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program and completed his certification in financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep. Jack is currently serving as Treasurer for Buckeye Capital Investors, and he is an active project consultant in the Buckeye Undergraduate Consulting Club. 

      Jack spent the summer following his freshman year interning for Elios Financial Group in Westlake, Ohio, and he joined the Bridgeway Management team as a Private Equity Intern in January 2018. Jack is the Founder and Co-Owner of Raney Candle Company, a local business creating and distributing organic soy wax candles housed in recycled cans and bottles. Jack is the developer of a predictive MLB algorithm that he uses to generate returns for a small fund of investors. 

       

      Joanne Cheng HeadshotJoanne Cheng
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      Joanne is a junior in the Fisher College of Business studying Finance and Mathematics. She is currently a member of the Honors Cohort Program, Fisher College’s flagship two-year academic program focused on leadership, service, interpersonal skills, and critical thinking through experiential learning. As a sophomore, Joanne was accepted into the highly selective Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program. She is also an active member of the Buckeye Capital Investors, the Delta Sigma Pi professional fraternity, and is a fellow of the Buckeye Leadership Fellows Program.

      During the summer of 2018, she interned for Tigress Financial Partners, LLC in New York City, completing rotations in their Investment Banking and Global Wealth Management. While she worked on IoT industry researches, due diligence reports, and memorandum preparations on banking side, she was involved with multi-asset investments for high-net-worth clients on wealth management side. In the summer of 2020, she will be joining Citi in New York City as a sales and trading summer analyst.

       

      Ajay Dakappagari  HeadshotAjay Dakappagari
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      Ajay Dakappagari is a junior from Cleveland, OH currently pursuing a specialization in Finance within the Fisher College of Business. As a sophomore, he was accepted into the Fisher Futures program which introduces students to the basics of financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep. For his sophomore summer, he interned with JP Morgan in their Chicago, IL office. Here, he worked within their Asset Based Lending group and was mostly involved with creating financial models and preparing deal screens. 

      Outside of the classroom, Ajay is a member of Buckeye Capital Investors in their Healthcare sector. He is also involved with his business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi, where he spends time helping new members refine and develop their professionalism skills while serving as a mentor. Ajay is also a member of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity and enjoys spending his free time watching Cleveland sports, Quentin Tarantino movies and Game of Thrones.

       

      Grace Gaddis HeadshotGrace Gaddis
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      Grace Gabrielle Gaddis is a junior in the Fisher College of Business from Medina, Ohio pursuing a BSBA in Finance with minors in Economics, Campaigns and Elections, and Leadership. She is currently a member of the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program, the Buckeye Undergraduate Consulting Club, Buckeye Capital Investors and a founding member of the Women’s Investment Network.

      As a sophomore, Grace was accepted into the Girls Who Invest Summer Intensive Program where she attended The Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania followed by an internship with American Century Investments on one of the top investment teams in the nation. Through this program, Grace was ranked among the top 150 women nationwide for the finance recruitment season of 2019. Prior to this experience Grace also interned with Copper Run Capital in Columbus, Ohio.

      Grace has accepted an offer and will be interning with Lazard in New York during the summer of 2020.

       

      Patrick Giroux HeadshotPatrick Giroux
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      Patrick is a junior from Cincinnati, OH in the Fisher College of Business. He is pursuing a BSBA with a specialization in Finance and a minor in Classical Humanities. This past summer, Patrick interned at a private equity firm in Cincinnati called Orchard Holdings. Orchard is the direct investing arm of a multi-billion dollar family, and they seek to invest capital in businesses with the potential to create substantial long-term value. At Orchard, Patrick was able to get involved in all aspects of the buy-side and worked directly under the senior associates to review investments and contribute to portfolio company management.

      In addition to Fisher Futures, Patrick is a member of the 23rd Honors Cohort, Fisher’s flagship two-year academic program focused on leadership, service, interpersonal skills, and critical thinking through experiential learning. He also serves as the Vice President of Corporate Relations for Buckeye Capital Investors, is involved with the professional business fraternity Delta Sigma Pi, and is an Evans Scholar. In his free time, Patrick enjoys reading ancient literature and apologetics (his father owns a bookstore) and playing basketball.

       

      Lucas Good HeadshotLucas Good
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      Lucas Good is a third-year student from Avon Lake, Ohio studying Finance and minoring in Economics within the Fisher College of Business. He was accepted into the highly selective to the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program and is now certified in financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep. He is a current member of Buckeye Capital Investors where he is an associate in the Energy group. Lucas serves as Director of Finance for his fraternity, Delta Tau Delta, and also holds multiple committee positions. 

      In the summer of 2018, Lucas first gained professional experience working in the Customer Financial Services department of The Sherwin-Williams Company. This past summer, he worked as an Origination Summer Analyst for The Riverside Company, a middle-market private equity firm in Cleveland, Ohio. He spent most of his time researching potential acquisitions and presented his analysis to multiple investment committees of the firm. Outside of the classroom and work, Lucas enjoys traveling, boating, golf, history, and watching sports

       

      Zack Handorf HeadshotZack Handorf
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      Zack Handorf is a junior in the Fisher College of Business pursuing a BSBA in Finance. He is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. As a sophomore, he was accepted into the highly selective Fisher Futures Investment Banking program and has received certification in financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep.

      Zack is heavily involved out of the classroom. He is also involved in Delta Sigma Pi professional fraternity where he serves on the executive board as the Vice President of Finance. Zack also co-runs the Delta Sigma Pi Investment committee aimed at teaching members about the ins and outs of the public markets; as well as keeping members up to date with relevant economic and financial news.

      The past two summers, Zack worked at Silverstone Capital in Cincinnati, Ohio as an analyst. Silverstone is a sell-side advisory boutique investment bank. During his time with Silverstone, Zack has been staffed on five transactions with companies operating in healthcare, hospitality, audio-visual, bio-tech, and retail.

       

      Jack Harty HeadshotJack Harty
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      Jack Harty is a junior from Louisville, Kentucky.  He is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at the Fisher College of Business with a specialization in Accounting and a minor in Economics.  Jack is a member of the Honors Accounting Program, the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program, and Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity. He completed the Wall Street Prep certification in financial modeling and valuation in the Spring of 2019.

      Jack interned with Brown-Forman, one of America’s largest Wine & Spirits companies with 30+ brands including Jack Daniel’s and Woodford Reserve. In the summer and winter of 2018, he worked in their Corporate Tax Department in Louisville, Kentucky.  This past summer he returned to Brown-Forman to work with their Treasury Department. In his free time Jack enjoys swimming, working out, and watching college sports.

       

      Tom Jomantas HeadshotTom Jomantas
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      Tom Jomantas is a junior from Barrington, Illinois and is pursuing a degree in Finance from the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University.  Since high school, Tom has remained President of a retail startup which received a private equity investment from the IncubatorEDU Program which supplies venture capital funding to high school entrepreneurs.  During his Freshman year of college, Tom became a certified BMW Genius and later joined the sales staff as a full-time sales consultant whilst attending classes full-time.  At Ohio State, Tom remains President and Founding Father of the Kappa Delta Rho Fraternity.  As a sophomore, Tom was admitted into the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program, a highly competitive, faculty-selected program that exposes students to financial modeling, forecasting, and valuation.

      In the summer of 2019, Tom interned for GE Healthcare on the Financial Planning & Analysis team within the Financial Management Program (FMP).  Tom was responsible for analyzing USCAN’s $5.2 billion P&L and developed a systemic process which decreased reporting lag for orders & sales by over 50%, including Zone Financials in the closing pack for the first time in GE Healthcare’s history. Outside of the classroom, Tom enjoys weightlifting daily, working on his BMW, watching football and baseball, and managing his BMW Instagram account with 70,000 followers.

       

      Bill McCabe HeadshotBill McCabe
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      Bill is a Junior in the Fisher College of Business from Cleveland, Ohio.  He is pursuing a BSBA in Finance is currently a member of the Honors Cohort Program.  In addition to Honors Cohort, Bill is involved with Buckeye Capital Investors, Scarlet and Gray Financial, and the Men’s Club Rugby Team.  He is a member of the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program and has received a certification in financial and valuation modelling through Wall Street Prep. 

      In the summer of 2017, Bill interred at Snider-Blake Personnel, a temporary staffing agency in Cleveland.  He returned there the summer of 2018 to assume a bigger role as a Sales intern.  In the summer of 2019, Bill interned at Longbow Research, where he helped different groups through performing channel research and financial models to be used in equity research reports. 

       

      Carson Miller HeadshotCarson Miller
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      Carson Miller is a junior in the Fisher College of Business from Akron, OH pursuing a BSBA in Finance with a Spanish for Business minor. As a sophomore, Carson was accepted into the highly selective Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program and received certification in financial and valuation modeling through Wall Street Prep.

      On campus, Carson is a current member of the Honors Cohort Program, Fisher’s flagship two-year academic program focused on leadership, service, interpersonal skills and critical thinking through experiential learning. Additionally, he serves as the VP of Corporate Relations for the Hispanic Business Student Association and is a Morrill Scholar. In his free time, Carson enjoys golfing and playing tennis.

      This past summer, Carson interned at Huntington National Bank in Columbus, within the Capital Markets division. There he supported various segments of Capital Markets through industry research, modeling, and general due diligence. Next summer, Carson will be joining Citigroup in Houston as an Investment Banking Summer Analyst.

       

      Kyle Patrick HeadshotKyle Patrick
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      Kyle Patrick is a junior from Kent, Ohio. He attends the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University, where he is pursuing a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration with a specialization in Finance. He is a current member of Delta Sigma Pi Professional Fraternity, where he serves on the investment committee; Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, and is a Fisher College of Business Student Ambassador serving incoming and prospective students on tours and panel discussions. As a sophomore, Kyle was admitted into the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program, a highly-competitive, faculty-selected program that exposes students to financial modeling, forecasting, and valuation.

      In the summer of 2019 Kyle interned with Copper Run Capital, a Columbus-based boutique investment bank specializing in M&A advisory. He spent his Summer in the Cleveland office working on active buy-side and sell-side engagements  with lower middle-market companies. Kyle continued his experience with the firm into the Fall at the Columbus location. Outside of the classroom and work, Kyle enjoys golfing, skiing, exercising, and investing.

       

      Austin PekoAustin Peko
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      Austin Peko is a junior from Chesterland, Ohio double majoring in Finance and Economics. He is currently a part of Fisher’s 2nd Honors Finance Cohort, which allows students to work and learn in a concentrated environment with the top professors at the Fisher College of Business. His sophomore year he was accepted into the highly selective Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program where he received certification in financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep. Outside of class, he is an associate in the Energy Sector for Buckeye Capital Investors, Ohio States foremost investment club.

      Austin spent the summer after his freshman year at UBS Financial Services as a management intern. While there, he helped manage the nine branches in the Northeast Ohio region focused on wealth management for high net worth individuals. Since the end of his sophomore year, Austin has been working at the Private Equity firm RiverWest Partners as an Investment Associate where he works with the partners from the valuation phase through execution and then management of the portfolio. In his free time, Austin enjoys mountain biking, golf, traveling, and hanging out with friends.


       

      Anthony PignataroAnthony Pignataro
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      Anthony Pignataro is a junior in the Fisher College of Business from Richfield, OH pursuing a BSBA specializing in Accounting with a minor in Chinese. He is a member of the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program and has received a certification in financial and valuation modeling through Wall Street Prep.

      Anthony is also a member of the 54th Accounting Honors Cohort, Fisher’s oldest honors program focused on studying accounting as an intellectual subject by offering challenging coursework to develop critical analytical and communication skills. At Ohio State, he serves as an associate for Buckeye Capital Investors, a director for Buckeye Undergraduate Consulting Club, and has competed in various case competitions. 

      In the summer of 2018, Anthony worked at Parker Hannifn as a Corporate Finance and Accounting Intern. In summer of 2019, he worked at KeyBank as a Corporate Strategy Intern.

       

      Zachary Schiavello HeadshotZachary Schiavello
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      Zachary Schiavello is a Junior from Columbus, Indiana.  He is in the Fisher College of Business pursuing a BSBA in Finance.  As a sophomore, he was accepted into the highly selective Fisher Futures Program and has received his certification in financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep.   

      At Ohio State, Zachary is a member of Buckeye Capital Investors where he is a Vice President in the Industrials sector.    Zachary is also a part of Ohio State’s Business Scholars Program, and has worked as a peer financial coach for Scarlet and Gray Financial. Additionally, he is a member of the professional business fraternity Phi Gamma Nu, where he currently serves as the Director of Investments.

      Zachary spent the summer of 2019 interning with Reams Asset Management, a fixed income asset management firm for institutional investors.  While at Reams, he primarily worked under the credit research team performing credit analysis and market research.  Outside of academics and work, Zachary enjoys golfing, traveling, and supporting the Cincinnati Reds.

       

      Jack Sheppard HeadshotJack Sheppard
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      Jack Sheppard is a junior at The Ohio State University pursuing a BSBA in Finance and Economics. He is currently a mentor in the International Affairs Scholars Program, a financial coach with Scarlet and Gray Financial, a participant in the Dean’s Leadership Academy, and a tutor to refugees in the Central Ohio community.

      Jack spent the summer following his Freshman year with Sadella Advisory Services, a boutique M&A advisory firm, in Hong Kong. While there, Jack’s responsibilities included creating presentation materials, conducting research, and producing legal documents. Following sophomore year, Jack joined Stonehenge Partners, a middle market private equity firm located in Columbus, Ohio. At Stonehenge, Jack worked on industry research and analysis and various financial models. Following his Junior year, Jack will be joining RBC Capital Markets in New York City as a summer analyst. Outside of the classroom, Jack enjoys watching football, hiking, skiing, and sailing.

       

      Julia Stephenson HeadshotJulia Stephenson
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      Julia Stephenson is a junior from Chicago, Illinois pursuing a BSBA with a Finance specialization in the Fisher College of Business as well as an Inequality & Society minor in the Sociology department at Ohio State. She was selected to be in the Fisher Futures Investment Banking program; subsequently, she completed her Wall Street Prep certification in financial and valuation modeling.

      Julia was also selected to be in the 23rd Honors Cohort, Fisher’s flagship academic program that focuses on leadership, service, interpersonal skills, and critical thinking through experiential learning. She enjoys teaching other students about personal finance as a Scarlet & Gray Financial Coach, serving as an academic mentor in her sorority Kappa Alpha Theta, and being a member of the TMT sector in Ohio State’s premier investment club Buckeye Capital Investors.

      This past summer Julia interned at Wells Fargo working in Corporate Market Risk. She has previous internship experience in Public Finance Investment Banking, Marketing, and in Project Finance Investments. 

       

      Will SuhWill Suh
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      Will Suh is a junior from Demarest, New Jersey specializing in Finance with a minor in Fashion and Retail Studies at The Ohio State University. As a member of the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program, he was able to receive his certification in financial modeling and valuation from Wall Street Prep. In addition to being a member of the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program, Will is a co-founder of Buckeye Asset Management, covering the sector of consumer luxury goods, and also serves as the current social chair on the executive board of his fraternity Phi Delta Theta.

      This past summer, Will interned as a wealth management intern for AXA Advisor LLC in New York, responsible for conducting market research and optimizing investment portfolios for clients. He has also gained exposure to a large-scale retail merchandising process while attending the inaugural Abercrombie & Fitch Sophomore Summit Leadership Development Program in April of 2019.

      In his free time, he enjoys working out, keeping up to date with the fashion industry, and watching his favorite soccer team Manchester City play.

       

      Noah TeetersNoah Teeters
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      Noah Teeters is a junior from Dayton, Ohio currently pursuing a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration with a specialization in Finance. He was accepted in to the highly selective Fisher Futures Investment Banking program and received his certification in financial modeling and valuation through Wall Street Prep. He was involved with the Investment Banking program his freshman year which prepared him for Fisher Futures. He is also a member of the Finance Honors Program at Ohio State, a faculty-selected cohort that gives a small group of students the chance to learn in a concentrated setting from Fisher’s top professors. 

      During the summer of 2019, Noah completed two internships with the American Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand and UBS Financial Services. With the Chamber of Commerce, Noah served as a research consultant analyzing a new tax incentive that was introduced in New Zealand. In addition, he developed a comprehensive report on the economy in New Zealand and the challenges that American companies face in doing business there. Noah was a Wealth Management intern at UBS where he conducted market research and prepared personalized reports for client meetings.

      On campus, Noah is involved in several different organizations. Noah is a member of the professional fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi, where he is an active member of the Investment Committee. He serves as the Assistant Recruitment chair for the social fraternity, Beta Theta Pi. In addition, Noah was a member of the Business Honors Learning Community his freshman year and still serves as a mentor for younger students by assisting them in their professional development.

       

      Star Zhang HeadshotStar Zhang
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      Star Zhang is a junior at The Ohio State University pursuing a degree in Finance and Accounting. She is currently a member of the Honors Accounting Program, and the Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program. Outside of class she is a member of the Buckeye Capital Investor, Ohio State’s foremost investing club.

      Star spent her freshman summer working at Oakam ltd, a fintech company in London, UK, as Financial Planning and Analysis intern. While there, she performed cost analysis and P&L management through analyzing historical and periodical financial data. Following her sophomore year, Star interned at Nova Capital Global Markets in New York as Investment Banking Summer Intern, during which she was responsible for due diligence, financial modelling, investment teasers, and clients and investors engagement.