Meet the team

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Cassi Heintz

Founding President

Cassi Heintz is a rising Junior at the Quinlan School of Business studying Finance and Economics under Quinlan Honors. Her interests in the topics of math, psychology, business, and data analysis are what brought her to this field of study. When choosing a university, Cassi wanted a school with strong values, location, opportunity, and student involvement. She appreciates how Loyola welcomes innovation from their students while upholding their Jesuit values. Along with this, Loyola is in the great city of Chicago where opportunity is abundant. After her time at Loyola, Cassi plans on entering the workforce as a consultant for a medium-to-large firm in Chicago. She also hopes to continue her professional education with an MBA and maybe even a Doctorate in Behavioral Economics one day. Building Rambler Consulting Group has given Cassi an incredibly valuable experience for undergraduate while opening doors for the future. In her free time, she loves to cook and explore Chicago.

 

Bryn Reimer

Founding Partner

Bryn Reimer is a rising junior studying Accounting and Marketing in the Quinlan school of business. Outside of Rambler Consulting Group, Bryn is also the President of the Rambler Investment Fund and is involved in various Campus Ministry opportunities. Born and raised in Western Canada, Bryn has since lived in Northeast Ohio and Illinois. She also recently lived and studied abroad in Madrid. When choosing Loyola, Bryn was drawn to the innumerable opportunities and vibrant culture within Chicago as well as the values and community within the Loyola campus. As a member of the Rambler Consulting Group, Bryn is excited to work directly with local businesses to help them build strong foundations and effectively grow. She also looks forward to building a strong team and helping other students obtain this valuable experience. 

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Trevor Tormoen

Founding Partner

Trevor Tormoen is a rising Junior in the Quinlan School of Business Honors Program studying Finance and Economics. Additionally, Trevor is a Senior Analyst in the Rambler Investment Fund. He chose to attend Loyola over other universities due to the institution’s commitment to student wellbeing, Jesuit values, location and the educational and career opportunities offered to students. In the same vein, Trevor is assisting in the development of the Rambler Consulting Group to not only create tangible work experiences for himself and others but to gain the opportunity to give back to the Rodger’s Park and Edgewater communities. He is interested in the consulting field as a whole because it requires a holistic approach to business; when solving a problem presented by a client, he believes one must fully utilize all aspects of one’s business education and experience. In his free time, he enjoys exploring Chicago with friends along with watching and discussing movies.

 

Anthony Campana

Founding Parnter

Anthony Campana is a rising junior in the Quinlan School of Business Honors Program studying Information Systems and Finance. His passion lies in taking a data-oriented approach to solving complex problems, a realization he achieved through his role as a performance analyst for the Loyola Men’s Basketball Team. Anthony also serves as the Rambler Investment Fund’s Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations. In his spare time, he likes to exercise the right side of his brain by studying philosophy and learning how to create digital art using Adobe Creative Cloud. He chose to attend Loyola instead of other schools because the combination of the high-energy Chicago environment and the opportunity to study in Quinlan’s Honors Program would help set a strong foundation for a long, successful career. A strong Jesuit presence, a renowned business school, and being surrounded by driven, forward-thinking students and professors are essential ingredients for the type of business professional he aspires to become. Helping establish the Rambler Consulting Group holds great value to him not only because it would provide an excellent opportunity to work with real clients, but also because it would provide the same opportunity for ambitious Ramblers in the future.

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Michael Ogren

Founding Partner

Michael Ogren is going to be a Junior in the Fall at Loyola Chicago. He is studying Economics with a minor in Sustainability Management. When deciding where to go to school, he had many universities on my mind; however, Loyola stood out to him because they hold the Jesuit Values close and their connections to Chicago businesses are second to none. As he plans for life after college, a career in consulting is a consideration. The exposure gained from the Rambler Consulting Group will be a valuable opportunity. Apart from school, he enjoys reading and rock climbing whenever he can find the time.

 

Associates

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Neil Beran

Associate

Neil Beran is a sophomore in the Quinlan School of Business Honors program, majoring in Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, with a minor in environmental science. Outside of classes, he is a senior Analyst in the Rambler Investment Fund and learning to code Python. In his free time he likes to express himself through photography and also enjoys cooking.

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Vinti Bakhshi

Associate

Vinti Bakhshi is a junior in the Parkinson School of Health Sciences studying Public Health with a minor in Psychology. She is looking to find experience in research and equitable community healthcare to improve societal well-being while also finding a career in consulting to delve into the industry and work with clients who are in need of beneficial and effective solutions. Outside of academics, she is currently involved in a South Asian fusion a cappella team, LUC Raag, is a Co-Founder and PR Chair of a philanthropic organization, Aahana, and a current brother of Alpha Kappa Psi.

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Neil Beran

Associate

Neil Beran is a sophomore in the Quinlan School of Business Honors program, majoring in Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, with a minor in environmental science. Outside of classes, he is a senior Analyst in the Rambler Investment Fund and learning to code Python. In his free time he likes to express himself through photography and also enjoys cooking.

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Vinti Bakhshi

Associate

Vinti Bakhshi is a junior in the Parkinson School of Health Sciences studying Public Health with a minor in Psychology. She is looking to find experience in research and equitable community healthcare to improve societal well-being while also finding a career in consulting to delve into the industry and work with clients who are in need of beneficial and effective solutions. Outside of academics, she is currently involved in a South Asian fusion a cappella team, LUC Raag, is a Co-Founder and PR Chair of a philanthropic organization, Aahana, and a current brother of Alpha Kappa Psi.

Associates

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Neil Beran

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Associate

Neil Beran is a sophomore in the Quinlan School of Business Honors program, majoring in Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, with a minor in environmental science. Outside of classes, he is a senior Analyst in the Rambler Investment Fund and learning to code Python. In his free time he likes to express himself through photography and also enjoys cooking.

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Vinti Bakhshi

Associate

Vinti Bakhshi is a junior in the Parkinson School of Health Sciences studying Public Health with a minor in Psychology. She is looking to find experience in research and equitable community healthcare to improve societal well-being while also finding a career in consulting to delve into the industry and work with clients who are in need of beneficial and effective solutions. Outside of academics, she is currently involved in a South Asian fusion a cappella team, LUC Raag, is a Co-Founder and PR Chair of a philanthropic organization, Aahana, and a current brother of Alpha Kappa Psi.

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Anita Machuca

Associate

Anita is a first-generation college graduate from Loyola University Chicago and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management & Human Resources and a minor in Spanish Language & Literature. During her undergraduate career, Anita was an active member in LASO, studied in Spain, volunteered as a mentor in many youth development programs, and worked multiple jobs while in school full time. Anita plans to continue her studies at Loyola University Chicago by pursuing her MBA. She aspires to use her skills to become an HR professional who devotes their time in improving diversity and inclusion in the corporate world.