Born in Port-au-Prince Haiti, Garaudy immigrated to the US at the age of 13. Garaudy is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration at Chicago Booth, concentrating in Marketing, Analytic Management and Entrepreneurship. Prior to Booth, he was an aerospace engineer at Northrop Grumman in Los Angeles where he designed and tested drone autopilots. At Booth, he is involved in several student groups, including the African-American MBA Association (AAMBAA), Booth Technology Group, Booth Analytics Club, Booth Soccer Club and Booth Basketball Club.
Garaudy holds a BSE in Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University.
Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Evan is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration with concentrations in Finance and Accounting from Chicago Booth. Prior to Booth, Evan spent five years at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. in Alternative Investment Services in New York City, promoted from analyst to associate.
Evan is an active member of the Booth community and was elected Co-Chair of the African American MBA Association. Evan is also a MBA Fellow of The Robert Toigo Foundation and Management Leadership for Tomorrow. Additionally, Evan is a member of various student groups: Investment Banking Group, Private Equity Group, and Dean’s Student Admissions Committee.
Outside of Booth, Evan is an active member in his community, serving as a mentor coach for America Needs You, which is a non-profit organization that provides mentorship to first generation college students with low-income backgrounds, and a fall 2008 initiate of the Delta Xi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
Evan graduated with Cum Laude Honors from Albany State University, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics.
Originally from Milwaukee, WI, Brittany is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration with concentrations in Finance, Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management from Chicago Booth. Prior to attending Booth, Brittany spent five years as a Management Consultant at Accenture where she focused on improving finance and accounting processes for her utilities clients.
Brittany is an active member of the Booth community serving as a Co-chair for both the African-American MBA Association and Net Impact student groups. In addition, she serves as an Admissions Fellow for Booth and is a MBA Fellow for Management Leadership for Tomorrow.
Brittany graduated Cum Laude from Hampton University obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
Born in Port Antonio, Jamaica Antoinette immigrated to the US at the age of six. During her undergraduate career she started a small business to help pay her way through college and continued on the entrepreneurial path after graduation—most notably helping to found Afrik, a company that used sales revenues to help build and invest in schools in Ghana. Upon leaving the start-up world Antoinette transitioned into finance and spent five years within multiple business units at Fidelity Investments. There her clients ranged from individual asset holders to multi-billion dollar institutions.
Antoinette’s time at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business was made possible partially through a Forte Foundation Fellowship, and while here she is pursuing concentrations in Analytical Finance and in Entrepreneurship. Outside of the classroom, Antoinette is actively involved in DSAC and AAMBAA. She also invests her time with the Forte Foundation, the Robert Toigo Foundation and MLT’s MBA Prep program, which have all contributed to her business school journey.
Antoinette is a proud and active alumna of Cornell University where she received a B.A. is Psychology.
Suleiman is an MBA student at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, currently pursuing concentrations in Strategic Management and Finance.
Prior to Booth, Suleiman worked as an Associate at Ned Davis Research Group. In his role, Suleiman drove new sales growth initiatives by securing third party investment research and consulting partnerships with institutional investors throughout the U.S. and Latin America. He also managed and cultivated existing client relationships within the firm, and worked internally with Ned Davis Research senior management to construct product development and marketing strategies.
In addition to being elected co-chair of the African-American MBA Association, Suleiman is a member of various student groups including: Chicago Booth’s Business Solutions Group, Management Consulting Group, Corporate Strategy Group, and Booth Basketball Club. He is also passionate about mentoring high potential youth within the non-profit organization M.A.D.E. (Motivating Adults Developing Excellence).
Suleiman holds a B.B.A in Real Estate from the University of Georgia, where he was a Varsity Lettermen on Georgia’s Men’s Basketball team.
Chicago. Zaragoza. Amherst. Amman. Boston. And back to her native Chicago. Ameerah is currently pursuing a dual Master of Business Administration and Public Policy at Chicago Booth and Chicago Harris respectively at the University of Chicago. Prior to graduate school she worked at the intersection of business and politics, first on President Obama’s reelection campaign and then for the Executive Director of Organizing for Action. Before that she was the Assistant Director of Admissions at School Year Abroad, an international education organization.
At Chicago Booth Ameerah is involved with various student groups including: the African American MBA Association (AAMBAA) and Chicago Women in Business. She is a Dougan Scholar mentor to a UChicago undergrad student and serves as an Admissions Fellow. Ameerah also sits on the board of Victory Gardens Theatre in Chicago and the Annual Giving Committee of The Latin School of Chicago. Professional accolades aside, Ameerah is a lover of food, travel, history, and has recently taken up a particular fascination with mystery thrillers.
Ameerah holds a BA in Political Science from Amherst College.
Originally from Kokomo, Indiana, Zachary is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration with concentrations in Accounting and Finance from Chicago Booth. Prior to Booth, Zachary was an analyst at GCM Grosvenor, a global alternative asset management firm based in Chicago.
As an active member of the Booth community Zachary was elected Co-Chair of the African American MBA Association and awarded an Admissions Fellowship to the Dean’s Student Admissions Committee. He is also a MBA Fellow of The Robert Toigo Foundation and Management Leadership for Tomorrow. Furthermore, he is a member of various student groups including: Investment Banking Group, Booth Boxing Club, and Giving Something Back Club.
Zachary holds a BBA with distinction from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.
AAMBAA is advised by Maria Ocasio, Director of Diversity Affairs