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                Zooni Khosla                  (Co-Chair)

As I.C.B.C. enters its 41st year of competition, Zooni is absolutely thrilled to return to the executive family as Co-Chair. She is looking forward to welcoming the brilliant competitors & case writers, dedicated faculty and judges, and amazing sponsors to yet another year of fierce competition. Zooni could not be more proud to be part of such a talented executive and is confident that this year will be absolutely riveting. When she isn’t glued to Tessa’s side, you can find her laughing at jokes from 5 years ago or trying to convince others she is over 5ft.

 

 

 

                   Tessa Wong                    (Co-Chair)

Tessa could not be more excited to return to I.C.B.C. in its 41st year as Co-Chair. She is thrilled to be part of the competition’s continued growth and success, and to work with the Executive Team (whom she already loves dearly). She is sure it’s going to be I.C.B.C.’s best year yet! When she isn’t answering Facebook messages, you can find Tessa teaching Zooni how to use a computer or crying over those P&G Thank You Mom commercials from the Olympics which she watches religiously.

 

 

 

 

             Rachel Freeland                (QCC & Debate Director)

Rachel is so excited to be returning to the team for another amazing year and taking part in her 3rd final weekend during I.C.B.C.’s 41st year. As QCC and Debate Director, she is looking forward to starting the year off with the 10th annual Queen’s Case Competition and ending strong at Final Debate. In her spare time you can find her in the music building looking for an open piano or watching cute animal videos.

 

 

 

 

 

 

        Ashima Kukreja        (Operations Officer)

As Ashima joins the I.C.B.C executive team she is ecstatic to be working alongside such incredible and dedicated individuals. In her role as the Operation’s Coordinator she is looking to ensure I.C.B.C’s 41st year is executed perfectly; she is excited to collaborate with teams from around the world to ensure a strong and powerful 41st competition year. You can often find Ashima training and perfecting her classical dance skills, or baking goodies in the kitchen!

 

 

 

 

              HaydN Wain-lowe                (finance officer)

As a new member of the I.C.B.C. executive team, Haydn is incredibly excited to collaborate with his peers in organizing Canada’s longest-running undergraduate business case competition. Stepping into the role of Finance Officer, he looks forward to ensuring financial accuracy and transparency throughout the entirety of his tenure. As a varsity swimmer, Haydn can often be found splashing around in the pool, but also enjoys stargazing and petting other people’s dogs.

 

 

 

 

 

                 Julien Curlier                    (University Liaison)

As I.C.B.C. enters its 41st year, Julien is thrilled to be returning to the I.C.B.C. family for yet another round of unparalleled competition. Moving on from the position of First-Year Representative, Julien is ecstatic to be acting as University Liaison and to be working with all the amazing schools, faculty advisors, and competitors that make up I.C.B.C. In his free time, you will probably find Julien travelling on a plane, trying to be athletic, or being compared to a famous person that he supposedly looks like.

 

 

 

 

             Sidharth Sivakumar              (Cases Coordinator)

As I.C.B.C enters its fifth decade of competition, Sidharth is incredibly excited to return to the executive team as this year’s Cases Coordinator. He looks forward to bringing innovative and challenging cases to this years competition and the vast array of unique solutions developed by competitors. In his spare time you can find Sid listening to music, trying out creative recipes or losing on Fortnite.

 

 

 

 

 

             Cole Schumacher         (Judges & Alumni Coordinator)

Cole Schumacher is proud to be representing I.C.B.C. in its 41st year as a Judges and Alumni Coordinator and leaving his previous year’s position as a Sponsorship Coordinator. The international lens and the competitive vibe is what drives Cole’s interest in the competition, alongside getting to know all of the fantastic participants! Cole may be spotted riding with the Queen’s Varsity Cycling Club outside of class or in the ARC, with fitness being his primary passion. Music is also a large part of Cole’s life. EDM, Rap, and Classic Rock are his favourite genres, although he has a deep appreciation for many other music tastes.

 

 

 

          Zoey Aliasgari       (Judges & Alumni Coordinator)

As I.C.B.C. enters its 41st year, Zoey is looking forward to working with a talented team of students to see the competition come to life! In her role as Judges and Alumni Coordinator, she aims to connect competitors with I.C.B.C.’s supportive alumni base and to organize the dedicated team of judges who are integral to the success of the competition. In her free time, you can find Zoey fuelling her shopping addiction or travelling with her family!

 

 

 

 

 

                    Claire Zhou                  (Sponsorship Advisor)

Claire is ecstatic to be returning to the I.C.B.C. team for another outstanding year of competition with high calibre competitors and executive members. She is looking forward to collaborating with both the new and returning sponsors as this year’s Sponsorship Director. Along with her talented team, she is excited to maximize what I.C.B.C. has to offer. In her spare time, you can find Claire boxing, reading, or talking about her veganism. She also enjoys a good conversation - so when you see her, feel free to say hi!

 

 

 

                   Michael Jung                 (Sponsorship Coordinator)

After experiencing a memorable I.C.B.C. culture in back in 2017, Michael is beyond excited to join the I.C.B.C. family to create another memory-filled I.C.B.C. as it enters its 41st year. He is hoping to meet many industry professionals through his role as Sponsorship Coordinator, and strengthen the ties I.C.B.C. has developed with corporate partners. Michael is thrilled to go on exchange to Paris in 2019, but knows that he must survive the wrath of Final Weekend if he is to make the flight the next day.

 

 

 

 

                      Lucy Chen                     (Sponsorship Coordinator)

Joining I.C.B.C. this year, Lucy is thrilled to be working with a highly dedicated executive team to create an incredible weekend for some of the world’s most talented competitors. As a Sponsorship Coordinator, she looks forward to cultivating strong partnerships with new and returning sponsors in order to bring our events to life. You can be sure to find Lucy poring through Instagram food photos, designing yet another infographic, or hiking!

 

 

 

 

 

           Alex Collins         (Sponsorship Coordinator)

Alex is excited to be a part of I.C.B.C. for its 41st year of competition! As a Sponsorship Coordinator, Alex is looking to continue the strong relationships that I.C.B.C. has with its strong list of sponsors. In his free time, you can find Alex playing squash or learning more about his various passions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

                   Julie Cho                  (Special Events Coordinator)

Julie is excited to be part of the I.C.B.C. team as it enters its 41st year as the Special Events Coordinator. She looks forward to being part of the tradition and helping to create a fantastic year for all our competitors from around the world. She is eager to work alongside the brilliant Executive Team in organizing the banquets, socials, and networking lunches. You can always find Julie with a coffee in her hand looking at videos of dogs, talking about how much she loves Vancouver or walking on the pier with her friends.

 

 

 

 

                   Alisha Dial                  (Special Events Coordinator)

Alisha is extremely enthusiastic to be a part of I.C.B.C. in its 41st year as the special events coordinator. She is eager to work alongside her executive team to coordinate and experience the events that bring the various national and international competitors, judges, and sponsors together and make the competition come to life. Alisha spends most of her time online shopping or spending time with her dog when she’s back home in British Columbia.

 

 

 

 

 

                    Lucy Ji                     (Digital & IT Director)

Lucy is eager to be working with a dedicated and knowledgeable team in exceeding all expectations for I.C.B.C.’s 41st year. As Digital and IT Director, she is looking forward to connecting competitors, judges, faculty advisors, and executive team members together through I.C.B.C.’s first mobile app. Some of Lucy’s hobbies include learning foreign languages, trying new foods, and petting good doggos and puppers.

 
 
 
 

               John Simo              (Publications Officer)

Joining the I.C.B.C. team, John is ecstatic to be a part of this large-scale event that brings together some of the brightest university students across the world. As Marketing and Publications Coordinator, he looks forward to expanding the I.C.B.C. brand, keeping everyone updated with I.C.B.C. social media posts, and capturing the exciting events in pictures. In his free time, John can be found constantly quoting vines, making throwback playlists, or taking long walks on the beach.

 

 

 

 

 

         Vanessa Chan         (Publications Officer)

For I.C.B.C.’s 41st year, Vanessa is looking forward to collaborating with the rest of the team to carry on its legacy. As Marketing and Publications Coordinator, she anticipates bringing competitors, volunteers, judges, and sponsors alike through social media and through different visual designs. Vanessa will be found online shopping, dogspotting, or cooking new recipes.