Alexandra Sing is a first-year MBA candidate at the Yale School of Management.  Most recently, she was an Investment Analyst at the Boston University Investment Office, where she was responsible for due diligence on managers across asset classes, including venture capital.  Prior to joining Boston University, she was a Research Analyst at Forester Capital, L.L.C., a fund of hedge funds that invests primarily on behalf of nonprofits. Alexandra received her B.A. in Economics from Barnard College of Columbia University.  She is deeply passionate about impact investing, social entrepreneurship, and equity and inclusion. At Yale, she is a co-leader of the Responsible Investing Club and participates on the Equity and Inclusion Committee of Student Government.

Darryn Lee is an MBA candidate at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, where he is the Student Body President and has earned a full-tuition, merit-based scholarship as a Consortium Fellow. After graduation, he will be a Director in Global Strategy at MetLife as a part of their Global Leadership Development Program (GLDP). Prior to Tuck, he was an investment professional at BlackRock within the US Defined Contribution business. Darryn began his career as the lead portfolio analytics advisor to BlackRock's Global Multi-Asset Strategies portfolio management business.

Originally from Compton, CA, Darryn earned his BBA from Temple University (with Honors Scholar distinction) in International Business and Finance, specializing in Spanish and Latin American Studies. At graduation, Darryn delivered the commencement address to over 10,000 people. A former Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholar for the US State Department, Darryn has a deep passion for traveling and immersing himself in different cultures. He has traveled to over 35 countries across five continents, and has had professional work experiences in the US, Europe, South America, and Asia.


Kenny Hernandez is a Director of Deal Finance in the Distribution and Business Development group at Viacom. Prior to Viacom, he was an Investment Banker within the Retail & Consumer Products group at Credit Suisse. Prior to Credit Suisse and business school, Kenny held various positions at JPMorgan within the Prime Brokerage group.

Kenny received his B.S. in Finance from the  Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University and his MBA from the Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania. Kenny is a first generation Dominican-American and was born and raised in Harlem, NY.

Kim Patel currently serves as Director, Global Corporate Strategy for VICE Media. She leads company-wide initiatives across VICE’s digital, cable, production, and global agency businesses, and is a strategic partner to the executive team.  

Prior to joining VICE, Kim was a Deputy Chief of Staff with AOL, focusing on strategy and operations for the global media portfolio and AOL / Yahoo merger. Kim has built a wealth of experience within content and digital media space for some of the largest digital media brands such as Yahoo!, Huffington Post and NBC News brands, starting her career in the industry covering media companies as an investment banker at J.P. Morgan. When she is not leading strategy at VICE, she can be found working with early stage founders on product marketing, business development and fundraising strategy. She is also an active mentor and community activist across non-profit and social impact initiatives in NYC. She has received industry recognition for her work including being named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list and considered an “Indian-American Trailblazer” for her work within the Asian American community in media.

When she is not working, Kim enjoys running, learning new Indian recipes, traveling to eat and photograph landscapes. She also an advocate for diversity in media and tech and spends time mentoring future leaders at #BUILTBYGIRLS and Asian Americans in Media.

Kim holds a B.A. from New York University in Economics, History and Politics.

Victoria Brown is a senior in the Wharton School of Business concentrating in Finance and Statistics with a minor in Mathematics. In the fall, Victoria will be working as a Business Analyst at McKinsey & Company, in their Private Equity team, where she will work to help firms generate higher returns through investment screening, due diligence, and portfolio development. Prior to accepting an offer with McKinsey, Victoria worked in Morgan Stanley’s Global Capital Markets Division and Investment Banking Division.

At Penn, she is involved in the Gamma Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, the Nominations and Elections Committee, the Black Wharton Undergraduate Association, and is a Lead Statistical Research Assistant in the Political Science Department. In her free time, Victoria is passionate about mentoring, exploring new cities, and all things food.