Cyril Vergis is a 2008 Georgetown MSB graduate with a bachelor's degree in Business Administration with concentrations in Finance and International Business. Upon graduation, he spent two years working for Goldman Sachs as an investment banking analyst in the Industrials group focusing on the Transportation and Logistics subsectors. In 2010, he relocated to Washington DC to join Alvarez and Marsal, a consulting restructuring firm. Over the last three years, he has worked in the firm's Public Sector and Private Equity Performance Improvement practices focusing on financial and operational improvement in the federal, state, and education sectors.
While at Georgetown, he was active with the Georgetown University Alumni & Student Federal Credit Union, serving as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from 2007 - 2008. Additionally, he was a member of the Georgetown University Financial Literacy Committee from 2007 - 2008 and on behalf of the Credit Union led the inaugural workshop on Smart Credit Decisions. Originally from Hamden, Connecticut, Cyril currently resides in Arlington, VA.
Rachel Milito is a 2012 graduate of Georgetown University, where she majored in Culture and Politics. As a student, Rachel was an active member of Georgetown’s labor community, a member of the Georgetown Solidarity Committee, a leader of the Worker Justice D.C. Alternative Spring Break Trip, and a participant in the Day Laborer Exchange Program. She also worked for the D.C. Schools Project, a literacy program that serves D.C.’s low-income immigrant community. Rachel is fluent in Spanish and has spent time studying and working on development issues in Central and South America.
Nkiruka is a Learning Services Consultant in Deloitte’s Federal Human Capital Practice. She is also a first-year candidate for a Master’s in Education with a concentration in Instructional Design and Technology at George Mason University. In addition to her education in instructional design and development, Nkiruka has nearly 4 years of experience supporting education in the public and federal sectors. During her tenure at Deloitte, she has held five different roles related to designing training programs, developing eLearning, supporting live training events, and conducting learner and training evaluation. She has also functioned as a Section 508 Resident Expert to assist clients with addressing accessibility concerns for individuals in their workforce with disabilities.
Prior to Deloitte, Nkiruka gained two years of experience as a public school educator during her corps experience in Teach for America. She was an middle school math intervention and inclusion teacher and had the opportunity to work with students with a wide variety of disabilities as well as students that were performing 2-6 years below grade-level.
Before teaching, Nkiruka graduated from Georgetown University as an English and Government double-major. She also interned with a healthcare professional association to provide human resources support. She conducted hiring activities for administrative personnel and re-designed the company’s alternative transportation program to ensure compliance with state government standards and to improve cost-effectiveness.
Rachael Piltch-Loeb is currently a research assistant at Georgetown working on public health systems improvement and emergency preparedness through a grant from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). She graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown in 2012 with a degree in Healthcare Management and Policy as a member of Alpha Sigma Nu and Upsilon Phi Delta honors societies. Prior to graduation, Rachael was actively involved at Georgetown as Chief Lending Officer at the Georgetown University Alumni and Student Federal Credit Union and the Class of 2012 Fund Executive Board. Rachael will be pursuing a Masters of Public Health in the fall.
Alex Frawley, originally from Queens, New York, is a Georgetown University graduate from The College Class of 2012. At Georgetown, Alex double majored in Government and Philosophy, served as President of the Student Board for the Georgetown Scholarship Program (GSP), founded and served as President of Hoyas for RBI, studied abroad in Dublin, Ireland and attended almost every Hoyas basketball game. Alex is currently in his first year as a Washington, DC Teach for America corps member working as a Math Specialist / Interventionist at Community Academy Public Charter School. Alex has deferred admission to the University of Pennsylvania Law School and will begin studying law in Fall 2014 following the completion of his two-year Teach for America commitment.
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