Learn about our SCG alumni's time at the University of Maryland and their post-graduation career.
Joe graduated with a dual degree in Business Management and Supply Chain Management with a minor in Professional Writing. While at UMD, Joe graduated from the Business, Society, and the Economy Scholars Program, the QUEST Honors Program, the Global Consulting Fellows, the Supply Chain Consulting Fellows, was a tutor and intern at the Writing Center and was a 3-time Teaching Assistant. For extracurricular involvement, Joe served as the Vice President of Service for the Smith Undergraduate Student Association during his freshman and sophomore year, was the Vice President of the First Year Class Council, the Vice President of Communications for the Snider Professional Development Society, and also ran Campus Relations for the Maryland Student Legislature chapter of UMD.
Joe was selected for the Joseph and Olivia Mattingly Logistics and Transportation Scholarship, the Charles A. Taff Scholarship, the Gene and Ann West (Olga K. Werntz) '52 Endowed Family Scholarship, the Felix Kaplan Memorial Fund, was a Senior Marshal, and the Robert H. Smith School of Business' Graduation Commencement Speaker.
Joe was the Chairman and one of the original founders of Snider Consulting Group. Snider Consulting Group was his personal passion throughout college, and Joe continues to contribute to the organization in his full-time position at Ernst & Young as a Supply Chain Consultant.
Rob graduated with a dual degree of a B.S. in Accounting and a B.S. in Finance. Rob earned his College Park Scholars citation from the Business, Society, and the Economy program sophomore year. Rob participated in two separate Finance Fellows programs, Sophomore Finance and Emerging CFOs, while at UMD. Rob was also a part of the QUEST honors program earning his citation as a part of cohort 34. Outside of class, Rob also volunteered for UMD’s VITA/TCE tax preparation site TerpTax, served as Director of Community Service for the Management and Organization Society, and worked for UMD Athletic Operations.
After graduation, Rob is returning to UMD to finish his Masters degree in Accounting before starting with PwC as a Business Processes Consulting Associate.
Natalie Hirsch graduated from the Robert H. Smith School of Business with a B.S. in Supply Chain Management and Marketing. She spent her time at UMD as President of First-Year Class Council, President and Community Service Chair of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority, and co-founder/Principal Consultant of the Snider Consulting Group. She also served on Smith’s Dean’s Student Advisory Council and the inaugural Provost Student Advisory Council. Academically, Natalie was a Global Consulting Fellow and Supply Chain Consulting Fellow.
Natalie was inducted into Omicron Delta Kappa- UMD's most prestigious honor society, which engraves her name on the McKeldin Mall Fountain. She was also inducted into the Order of Omega, an organization honoring the top 3% of Greek Life members, and will have her name engraved onto Fraternity Row. Beyond honor societies, Natalie was on Dean’s List, received the Smith Undergraduate Student Association Outstanding Senior Award, and received the Fall 2020 Panhellenic Association Service Scholarship.
Upon graduation, Natalie will be working as a Strategy Analyst at Deloitte Consulting in McLean, Virginia.
Alexandra Strouse graduated with a B.S. in Finance and Operations Management & Business Analytics. She was very active in the QUEST Honors Program as a member of Cohort 33 as well as a mentor, member of the Curriculum Review Committee, and Leader of Workshop Coordinators for the QUEST Development Series, which she worked to revitalize. Outside of QUEST, she has served as a founding member and President of Club Jogging, Treasurer for Women’s Club Lacrosse, and Principal in Snider Consulting Group.
Alexandra was inducted into Omicron Delta Kappa- UMD's most prestigious honor society, which engraves her name on the McKeldin Mall Fountain. She also is the recipient of the Ed Snider Center Leadership Award (an honor given to four students who demonstrate determination and show achievement in the areas of innovation and enterprise) and was chosen as the OMBA Department's Outstanding Senior (which celebrates the top student in each major, as chosen by the faculty). Due to her extensive involvement, she also received a QUEST service award.
After college, she will be a Risk Advisory Associate at KPMG in their New York City office.
Cameren graduated with a dual degree of a B.S. in Finance with a minor in Mathematics and a B.S. in Operations Management and Business Analytics. Cameren earned her College Park Scholars citation from the Business, Society, and Economy program in her sophomore year, and was a Teaching Assistant for the OMBA department her junior year. Outside the classroom, Cameren was an external analyst on SUSA’s Strategy and Operations Committee for the 2020 calendar year, a Principal Consultant in SCG, a Maryland Images Tour Guide, and a Recwell Fitness Instructor and performance evaluator within the Group Fitness Department.
After graduation, Cameren will be working for EY in Tysons, VA as a Business Consulting Staff in their Financial Services Organization.
Dylan graduated with a degree in Communication with a minor in International Development and Conflict Management. In the classroom, Dylan completed the Global Fellows program and conducted research for the Center for International Development and Conflict Management and as a Research Mentor in the First-Year Innovation and Research Experience (FIRE). While on campus, Dylan was the President of Terrapin Beats Society, UMD's DJ and music production club, as well as a Principal Consultant in Snider Consulting Group.
Dylan was selected as a Senior Marshal for the University of Maryland 2021 Winter Commencement- an honor only given to one student per college who demonstrates the highest levels of scholarship, service to the campus community, extracurricular involvement, and personal growth
After graduating, he will be entering the consulting industry with Ernst & Young.
Matt graduated Summa Cum Laude with degrees in Mathematics and Finance. In college, he served as project lead for SCG’s first client (Maryland Impact). He also served as Vice President of the University of Maryland Actuaries club. Matt was a member of the class of 2022 Smith Sophomore Finance Fellows program and College Park Scholars Business, Society, and the Economy program. In scholars, he was one of two recipients of the Academic Achievement Award in his cohort. He also served as a tutor in the College Park Scholars Lakeland STARs program, helping develop students from local Paint Branch Elementary School.
Following graduation, Matt will be joining GEICO as an actuarial analyst for their auto pricing division.
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