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					                 LIST OF PLAYERS-2005

Adam Priebe                 Matt Weinberg
Alejandro Mehech            Matt Berg
Andreas Pierroutsakos       Matt Gregg
Artur Leng                  Michael Bruneau
Bennett Cupit               Nathan Weber
Brian Shaifer               Neal Clegg
Coler Yoakam                Nicholas Lumpkin
Daniel Hughes               Patrick Hoffman
Daniel Deal                 Peter Sheehy
Felipe Calderon             Richard L A nderson
Hugo Freire                 Robert Cunningham
Jake Evans                  Sam Cowley
Jack Beldon                 Scott Harper
Jon K lesner                Sean Kerrigan
Jose Miguel Palma           Stephen Sheldon
Justin Lazzara              Tim Petty
Kentaro M itsui             Todd Witt
Kevin Williams              Tom Brennan
Mark Lineberry              Toshiyuki Suem une
                            Uli H eitz
              NATIONALITY/CITIZENSHIP
                      INDEX

BRAZIL                     Brian Shaifer
Daniel Deal                Coler Yoakam
Hugo Freire                Daniel Hughes
                           Daniel Deal
CHILE                      Hugo Freire
Alejandro Mehech           Jack Beldon
Felipe Calderon            Jake Evans
                           Jon Klesner
GERMANY                    Justin Lazzara
Patrick Hoffman            Kevin Guy Williams
                           Mark Lineberry
ITALY                      Matthew Weinberg
Alejandro Mehech           Matthew Berg
                           Matthew Gregg
JAPAN                      Michael Bruneau
Kentaro Mitsui             Nathan Weber
Toshiyuki Suemune          Neal Clegg
                           Nicholas Lumpkin
PERU                       Peter Sheehy
Jose Miguel Palma          Richard Anderson
                           Robert Cunningham
POLAND                     Sam Cowley
Artur Leng                 Scott Harper
                           Sean Kerrigan
UNITED STATES              Stephen Sheldon
Adam Priebe                Timothy Petty
Andreas Pierroutsakos      Todd Witt
                           Uli Heitz
Artur Leng
                           Thomas Brennan
Bennett Cupit
                   LANGUAGES SPOKEN
                        INDEX

CHINESE (Cantonese)   Nathan Weber            Coler Yoakam
Sam Cowley            Patrick Hoffman         Daniel Hughes
                                              Daniel Deal
CHINESE (Mandarin)    JAPANESE                Felipe Calderon
Jack Beldon           Kentaro Mitsui          Hugo Freire
Sam Cowley            Toshiyuki Suemune       Jack Beldon
Thomas Brennan                                Jake Evans
                      POLISH                  Jon Klesner
CROATIAN              Artur Leng              Jose Miguel Palma
Daniel Hughes                                 Justin Lazzara
                      PORTUGUESE              Kevin Williams
FRENCH                Adam Priebe             Mark Lineberry
Adam Priebe           Daniel Deal Hugo        Matthew Weinberg
Brian Shaifer         Freire Michael          Nathan Weber
Daniel Deal           Bruneau Nathan          Matthew Berg
Jack Beldon           Weber                   Matthew Gregg
Matthew Berg          Robert Cunningham       Michael Bruneau
Michael Bruneau                               Neal Clegg
Patrick Hoffman       RUSSIAN                 Nicholas Lumpkin
Peter Sheehy          Jake Evans              Richard Anderson
                                              Robert Cunningham
GERMAN                SHONA                   Scott Harper
Artur Leng Brian      Matthew Berg            Sean Kerrigan
Shaifer Patrick                               Stephen Sheldon
Hoffman Peter         SPANISH                 Timothy Petty
Sheehy Scott          Adam Priebe Alejandro   Todd Witt
Harper                Mehech Andreas
                      Pierroutsakos Bennett   THAI
ITALIAN               Cupit                   Stephen Sheldon
Justin Lazzara        Brian Shaifer
                        FOCUS AREA
                          INDEX

FINANCE                       INTERNATIONAL
Alejandro Mehech              DEVELOPMENT
Andreas Pierroutsakos         Adam Priebe
Artur Leng                    Jack Beldon
Bennett Cupit                 Matthew Berg
Daniel Deal                   Matthew Gregg
Felipe Calderon               Sean Kerrigan
Nicholas Lumpkin
Peter Sheehy
Todd Witt                     CUSTOM
Stephen Sheldon               Brian Shaifer
                              Daniel Hughes
MARKETING                     Jake Evans
Coler Yoakam                  Kentaro Mitsui
Hugo Freire                   Mark Lineberry
Justin Lazzara                Jose Miguel Palma
Michael Bruneau               Jon Klesner
Nathan Weber                  Kevin Williams
Richard Anderson              Matthew Weinberg
Scott Harper                  Neal Clegg
Timothy Petty                 Patrick Hoffman
Thomas Brennan                Robert Cunningham
Uli Heitz                     Sam Cowley
                              Toshiyuki Suemune
                    COUNTRY EXPERIENCE
                          INDEX

AFGHANISTAN             FRANCE                  NEW ZEALAND
Mark Lineberry          Adam Priebe             Kentaro Mitsui
                        Daniel Deal
ARGENTINA               Michael Bruneau         POLAND
Kevin Williams                                  Artur Leng
                        GERMANY
AUSTRALIA               Patrick Hoffman         PERU
Daniel Hughes           Andreas Pierroutsakos   Jose Miguel Palma
Scott Harper
                        GREECE                  GUINEAU
BELIZE                  Andreas Pierroutsakos   Adam Priebe
Scott Harper
                        HOLLAND                 SCOTLAND
BRAZIL                  Felipe Calderon         Matthew Weinberg
Adam Priebe
Hugo Freire             INDIA                   SINGAPORE
Robert Cunningham       Kevin Williams          Patrick Hoffman

CANADA                  IRAQ                    SWITZERLAND
Michael Bruneau         Mark Lineberry          Daniel Deal
                                                Peter Sheehy
CHILE                   JAPAN
Alejandro Mehech        Kentaro Mitsui          SPAIN
Felipe Calderon         Michael Bruneau         Bennett Cupit
Justin Lazzara          Toshiyuki Suemune       Timothy Petty
Jose Miguel Palma
                        KOSOVO/BOSNIA           THAILAND
CHINA (P.R.C.)          Mark Lineberry          Stephen Sheldon
Sam Cowley              Todd Witt
Thomas Brennan                                  UNITED KINGDOM
Kevin Williams          MEXICO                  Andreas Pierroutsakos
                        Coler Yoakam            Justin Lazzara
ECUADOR                 Jose Miguel Palma
Jose Miguel Palma       Nathan Weber            ZAMBIA
Matthew Weinberg        Richard Anderson        Uli Heitz
Kevin Williams          Kevin Williams
                                                ZIMBABWE
ETHIOPIA                NEPAL                   Matthew Berg
Todd Witt               Scott Harper
COUNTRY EXPERIENCE
      INDEX
     UNITED STATES
         Adam Priebe
    Andreas Pierroustakos
        Artur Leng
        Bennett Cupit
        Brian Shaifer
        Coler Yoakam
        Daniel Hughes
        Daniel Deal Hugo
        Freire
         Jack Beldon
         Jake Evans
         Jon Klesner
      Jose Miguel Palma
        Justin Lazzara
        Kevin Williams
       Mark Lineberry
     Matthew Weinberg
        Matthew Berg
        Matthew Gregg
       Michael Bruneau
        Nathan Weber
          Neal Clegg
      Nicholas Lumpkin
         Peter Sheehy
      Richard Anderson
     Robert Cunningham
       Sam Cowley Scott
       Harper Sean
       Kerrigan Stephen
       Sheldon Timothy
       Petty
          Todd Witt
     Thomas Brennan
     Toshiyuki Suemune
           Uli Heitz
                  INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE
                         INDEX
BANKING                 INFORMATION        Brian Shaifer
Felipe Calderon         TECHNOLOGY
Matthew Gregg           Matthew Berg       NEW VENTURE
                        Stephen Sheldon    Matthew Berg
BUSINESS                                   Nathan Weber
DEVELOPMENT             JOURNALISM
Justin Lazzara          Adam Priebe        OPERATIONS
                                           MANAGEMENT
CLIENT SERVICES         LEGAL              Artur Leng
Matthew Weinberg        Kevin Williams     Coler Yoakam
                        Peter Sheehy       Neal Clegg
CONSULTING                                 Toshiyuki Suemune
Jack Beldon             GENERAL
Nathan Weber            MANAGEMENT         PROJECT
Patrick Hoffman         Hugo Freire        MANAGEMENT
Sam Cowley              Jake Evans         Daniel Hughes
                                           Uli Heitz
CONSTRUCTION            GOVERNMENT
Jose Miguel Palma       Kevin Williams     RESTAURANT
                                           MANAGMENT
EDUCATION               MARKETING          Brian Shaifer
Adam Priebe             Artur     Leng
Daniel Deal             Hugo     Freire    SALES &
                        Justin Lazzara     MARKETING
ENGINEERING             Matthew Weinberg   Bennett Cupit
Sean Kerrigan           Nicholas Lumpkin   Jon Klesner
                        Richard Anderson   Kentaro Mitsui
FINANCIAL               Sam Cowley         Robert Cunningham
ANALYST                                    Scott Harper
Alejandro Mehech        MILITARY           Timothy Petty
Andreas Pierroutsakos   Jack Beldon
Daniel Deal             Jon Klesner Mark   SECURITIES
Peter Sheehy            Lineberry          BROKER
Kevin Williams          Michael Bruneau    Jon Klesner
                        Todd Witt          Thomas Brennan

                        MARKET             TRAINING
                        RESEARCH           Thomas Brennan
                        Adam Priebe
                   POSITION ON THE PITCH
                           INDEX
FORWARDS:

Props : Hugo Freire (Br/U.S.)
        Jake Evans (U.S.) Peter      BACKS
        Sheehy (U.S.)
        Robert Cunningham (U.S.)     Scrum Half:
        Scott Harper (U.S.)                Justin Lazzara (U.S.)
                                           Sean Kerrigan (U.S.)
Hooker:
     Matthew Berg (U.S.)             Fly Half:
     Stephen Sheldon (U.S.)                 Alejandro Mehech (Ch)
                                            Brian Shaifer (U.S.)
Locks:
         Coler Yoakam (U.S.)         Inside Center:
         Daniel Deal (Bra/U.S.)             Jack Beldon (U.S.)
         Patrick Hoffman (Ge)               Jose Miguel Palma (Per)
         Richard Anderson (U.S.)            Nathan Weber (U.S.)
         Timothy Petty (U.S.)               Sam Cowley (U.S.)

Flankers :                           Outside Center:
      Andreas Pierroutsakos (U.S.)         Felipe Calderon (Chl)
      Bennett Cupit ( U.S.)                Jon Klesner (U.S.)
      Daniel Hughes ( U.S.)                Matthew Weinberg (U.S.)
      Mark Lineberry (U.S.)                Uli Heitz (Za)
      Todd Witt (U.S.)
      Thomas Brennan (U.S.)          Winge rs:
                                            Adam Priebe (U.S.)
8-Man:                                      Artur Leng (Pol/U.S.)
     Michael Bruneau (U.S.)                 Kentaro Mitsui (Ja)
                                            Kevin Guy Williams (U.S.)
                                            Neal Clegg (U.S.)
                                            Nicholas Lumpkin (U.S.)
                                            Toshiyuki Suemune (Ja)

                                     Fullback:
                                            Matthew Gregg (U.S.)
A LEJANDRO M EHECH
15249 N. 59th Avenue, Box #730, Glendale, AZ 85306; 602-327-9921; amehech@global.t-bird.edu

S UM MAR Y
 Five years of experience in the wealth management and financial services industry.
 Ability to combine strong analytic and technical issues with marketing skills.
 Superior interpersonal skills, ability to work well with people on a one-to-one basis as well as in large teams.
 Led the Private Wealth Management Unit of a multinational investment company during an organizational
  restructuring.
 Authorized to work in Chile and E.U.


E DUCATION
Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Manage ment                                                    Glendale, AZ
MBA in International Management                                                                                   May 2006
Specialization: Finance

Gabriela Mistral University                                                                                 Santiago, Chile
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration                                                              December 1999

PROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE
Co mpass Group                                         Santiago, Chile                                     2000 - 2004
Mutual Funds Manager (2004)
 Implemented and managed a project to sell mutual funds through a new channel, the sales force of Consorcio (the
    largest insurance company in Chile).
 Provided personal training and technical and marketing support to over 500 Consorcio sales executives as part of the
    mutual fund product launch.

Global Investment Analyst (2001-2003)
 Developed investment solutions and managed portfolios totaling more than US$100,00,000 of High Net Worth
   Individuals (HNWI), working directly with the CEO.
 Appointed as interim head of the Private Wealth Management Unit.
 Analyzed the HNWI portfolios, in terms of asset, strategic and tactical allocation according to Compass‘ global
   market view in order to reallocate the portfolios.
 Contacted, developed and managed relationships with HNWI using my personal network.
 Created a customizable investment solution presentation template for HNWI which was adopted across the six
   branches that the company has in the US and Latin America.
 Managed the Latin American fixed income presentation in the weekly investment committees.
 Participated in the organization and coordination of the annual Compass Seminar, the largest investment event held in
   Chile.

Operations Analyst (2000)
 Executed the traders desk transactions and calculated the net asset value of the funds.
 Innovated and improved many processes of valuation of the funds by utilizing Bloomberg which increased the unit‘s
   productivity.

A DDITIONA L I NF ORM ATION
Languages:          Spanish (Native), English (Fluent)
Co mputer Skills:   Bloomberg, Portia, and Microsoft Office
Activities:         Member of the Thunderbird Rugby Team. Volunteered in the ―Un techo para Chile‖ (―A roof for
                    Chile‖) campaign aimed at helping homeless people, in which ―Mediaguas‖ (makeshift one-room pre-
                    fabricated wooden houses) are build.
A DAM P RIEBE
11014 North 65th Avenue        -      Glendale, AZ 85304         -      (571) 594-1467        -        adampriebe@global.t-bird.edu


SUMMARY
    •   MBA candidate in International Business with                       •   International work experience on 4 continents
        International Development focus                                    •   Multilingual: English (Native), French, Portuguese,
    •   3.88 GPA at Thunderbird                                                and Spanish
    •   Monitoring and evaluation consultancy experience                   •   Coaching, teaching, and training experience

EDUCATION
Thunderbir d, The Garvin School of International Management                                                            Glendale, AZ
MBA in International Management
Focus: International Development focus                                                            Expected graduation date: May 2006

Virginia Commonwealth Uni versity                                                                                     Rich mond, VA
Prerequisite MBA coursework                                                                                               2000-2003

Uni versity of Wisconsin, Madison                                                                                Madison, Wisconsin
BA in French and Comparative Literature                                                                                   1993-1997
Magna Cum Laude/Phi Beta Phi and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Societies

Pontificia Uni versidad Católica de Minas Ger ais                                                              Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Non-Degree Coursework in International Relations                                                                          1999-2000

PROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE
Worl d Education                                               Mamou, Republic of Guinea                             2003 - 2004
Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant
   • Wrote and prepared 4 quarterly reports and one annual report for USAID. Reports detailed program progress on the
        $10,000,000 education project.
   • Built three databases tracking $5,000,000 of expenditures on Action Plans for 650 PTA‘s and trained employees on their use
        and implementation in order to increase the project‘s Monitoring & Evaluation co mpetency

World Access                                                 Richmond, VA                                               2001 - 2003
International Claims Examiner
     • Translated overseas Blue Cross/Blue Shields health insurance claims from Portuguese and French to English.
     • Prepared claims for ad judication
     • Sought necessary documentation from network of hospitals and doctors, and negotiated cashless services for patients
         overseas

Yázigi and Wizard Idi oms                                     Belo Horizonte, Brazil                                1999 - 2000
English Teacher
    • Taught English classes up to 30 students
    • Provided on-site business language training for the following companies: IBM, Toshiba, and USIMinas(Steel Manufacturer)
    • Organized and lead advanced in-service language training to non-native English teachers

L’Humanité                                                   St. Denis, France                                                   1997
Journalist Intern
    • Wrote and published 9 articles on theater, film, and music for the Culture section of a national French newspaper during 3
         month internship


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languages:           English (Native); French and Portuguese (Fluent); Spanish (Conversant)
Computer Skills:     Proficient in MS Office, Access, AS/400; Familiar with Java, Visual Basic.Net, SPSS, and @Risk
Acti vities:         Play on Rugby team at Thunderbird; Founder and President of T-Bird motorcycle club; TA for International
                     Political Economy
                                    Andreas L. Pierroutsakos, CFA
                          15249 North 59 th Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85306, andreasp@global.t-bird.edu
Experience
Morgan Stanley Alternati ve Investment Partners (MS AIP)                                                  London, Great Britain
Investment Analyst                                                                            September 2004 – December 2004
    • Co-partnered with Executive Director to launch MS AIP London-based research group                      objective to expand MS
         w
         e ith th
         AIP‘s hedge fund research effort internationally
    • Developed a detail understanding of the d e ge fund landscape in Europe (Great Britain, France, Scandinavia,
                                                      h
         Switzerland, Austria, and Germany markets) through developing sourcing relationships with London prime-brokers, etc.,
         performing investment due diligence trips, submitting formal research reports accompanie                                 , with
                                                                                                                                  d
         recommendations and
         crafting country/regional reports to the investment team.
    • Strategized with lead portfolio managers and sector specialists on potential portfolio investments with the objective of
                   n
         improvi g portfolio diversification and return potential focusing on a variety of relative value, specialist credit, long-
         short, and other innovative hedge fund strategies. (Attended MS AIP Educational Workshop – September 2004)
    • Submitted to Morgan Stanley business leaders a detailed m                             t             A
                                                                           ing analysis cri i quing MS I P Fund of Funds investment
       a
    rket
         product. Analysis was based on previous alternative experience and relied on a comparative review of MS AIP
         competitors.

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A es t Consulting Group, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Guggenheim Partners                                         St. Louis, MO
Hedge Fund Research Analyst                                                                                                1999 – 2003
    • Led alternative research group in analyzing and structuring hedge fund, private equity, real estate, and other alternative
           strategies to meet long-term strategic objectives for a $30,000,000,000 institutional client base
    • Promoted to perform investment manager research/selection, investment portfolio construction, due diligence, and
           portfolio monitoring focusing on hedge fund, international, and emerging market equity/fixed-income managers
    • Developed educational programs on alternative and traditional investment strategies for co p any clients
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    • Consulted in           tional clients on how to integrate alternative investment strategies into their portfolios in order to
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           maximize investment returns through understanding key client issues such as risk toleran , ret e objective, portfolio
           diversification, and asset-liability structure
    • Presented research findings to Board of Directors/Trustees in order to influence and deli                   pany recommendations
    com v er
    • Designed and implemented the firm‘s processes for creating capital market assumptions resulting in firm wide standard
           for capital market inputs used for company asset allocation modeling projects
    • Assisted in developing hedge fund offering and created proprietary stochastic m               o
                                                                                                    l de ing process to analyze patterns of
           hedge fund strategies
    • Selected to speak at various industry conferences on topics ranging from manager selection to hedge fund education

G.E. Capital Mortgages Services, Inc.                                                                              St. Louis, MO
Investor Reporting Analyst                                                                                            1997 - 1999
    •        ordinated the operations of treasury, cash management, acquisition, and custodial reconciliation for over
           o
    C
         $22,000,000,000 in Freddie Mac loans
    • Created and implemented a cash management system which produced savings greater than $500,000
    • Received FHLMC Co mmit ment to                   nce Award for achieving a first ever Freddie    c       1 ranking
         lle xce
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                                                       Tier a
    • Selected from a department of 40 people to be the member of several Corporate Six Sig ma quality teams (Green Belt
         Certified) that improved operational performance

Embassy of the United States of America, Bonn, Germany, Foreign Commercial Service Intern                              Summer 1995
Siemens AG, Athens, Greece, Corporate Finance Intern                                                                   Summer 1995

Education
Thunderbird, The Garvin School of Internati onal Management                                                                May 2005
Specialization: Finance/ Teacher‘s Assistant: Global Financial Management (Professor Francois Lhabitant)

CFA Institute, Chartered Financial Analyst Charterhol der                                                                        2002

Uni versity of Missouri – Columbia                                                                                               1996
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Major: Finance and Banking; Minor: German
Academy for International Education - Loyola Marymount Uni versity               1995
''The Ne w Europe'' Program for International Business Students, Bonn, Germany
A RTUR LENG
15249 N 59 th Avenue #533, Glendale, AZ, 85306; 619-252-7123; ArturLeng@global.t-bird.edu

SUM M ARY
•   MB A, CFA (level 1), and Bloomberg certification candidate with extensive leadership experience.
•   Strong ana lytical skills developed through various professional and academic projects.
•   Significant experience working with diverse groups in multinational settings.

EDUCATIO N
Thunderbi rd, The Garvin Scho ol of International Man agement                                                Ap ril 2006
MB A in International Manage ment; Specialization: Global Finance                                         Glendale, AZ
Projects:
• Monte Carlo simulation: Constructed income potential for various shipping methods to three worldwide locations.
• NPV financial analysis: Simulated a marke t entry strategy using best, worst, and expected scenarios.

San Diego State University                                                                                        May 2002
BA International Business with Honors; GPA 3.87/4.0                                                           San Diego, CA

PRO FESSIO NAL E XPE RIE NCE
McMaster- Ca rr Supply Co mpany                            Los An geles, CA                                       2002-2004
Mana gement R otation (2002-2004)

Marketing Department
• Analyzed the sales patterns of over 350,000 warehoused ite ms in order to find affinity within particular groups
   resulting in strategic relocation of items that saved hundreds of man and machine hours per year.
• Conducted research and analysis of various industries to develop tailored catalog-based marketing strategies based on
   understanding customers and their particular needs.

Packing Department
• Evaluated material flow into, within, and exiting packing department in order to find bottlenecks and problem areas.
   Analysis resulted in changes that lowered material handling and reduced ship times by 5%.
• Developed and exa mined quality control measurements including tracking, modeling, accountability, and feedback.
   Reduced the department average error rate by 34% over a one year period.
• Supervised a crew of 33 e mployees in a packing department. Duties included scheduling, evaluations, reviews,
   feedback, budgeting, hiring, and terminating as well as communication between e mployees and upper management.

Operations Department
  • Evaluated large customer orders to determine pricing strategy. Analyzed purchasing patterns, industry pricing, and
       customers in order assess risk to company and customer from price discrepancies relative to the industry average.
• Ensured client satisfaction by expediting orders through contact with manufacturer, alternate sourcing, a nd setting-up
   timely delive ry.

Deutsche Bank Polska SA                                    W arsa w, Poland                                        Fall 2001
Internship; Direct Sales Department

•   Negotiated with the top four Polish financial and banking Internet portals gaining advertising space and loan
    application tie-ins. Established deals in a money driven market despite a tight budget that did not allow for initial
    compensation for said services.
•   Calculated market and profit potential for the Polish metropolitan area of Lublin. Subsequently in charge of choosing,
    interviewing and hiring a candidate to represent Deutsche Bank in this area.

ADDI TIO NAL I NFO RM ATI O N
Activities:          Vice President: Private Equity/Venture Capital Group; International Finance Club; Rugby Team
Languag es:          Native: Polish and English; Low Intermediate: German. US and EU work authorization.
BENNETT C UP IT
Current: Thunderbird Camups BOX 863 Glendale, Arizona 85306                                         Bennett@global.t-bird.edu
Alternate: 3534 Par Ct, Fayetteville, AR 72703,USA

O BJ E CTIVE
To obtain an import/export finance based internship with an established multinational firm operating in the USA, European Union,
and Latin A merica during the summer of 2005.

E DUCATI ON
Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Management                                                      Glendale AZ Fall ‗04
MBA in International Management (begin August ‘04, expected graduation January ‘06)                      Archamps, France Spring ‗05
Specializat ion: finance, import/export
Thunderbird International Student Scholarship
Thunderbird Winterim                                                                                            Chile, Argentina, Peru
Studies relating to the current business environment in South America                                                     January ‗05
GPA to date (1/29/05): 3.65

Uni versity of Arkansas – Sam Walton College of Business Administration                                         Fayetteville, AR USA
BSIB Economics with an emphasis in Finance and Spanish                                                                 December 2002
Chancello r‘s Scholar, Chancellors List, Deans List, Golden Key National Honors Society,
Sig ma Delta Pi Spanish Language Honors Society, Student Government Senator

Spanish-American Institute of Li beral Arts and Internati onal Business                                               Seville, Spain
Studies in International Finance, Trade and Marketing                                                          August-December 2001

PROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE
Crews & Associates Broker/Dealer, a member of First Security Bancorp                                            Fayetteville, AR, USA
Marketing Consultant                                                                                              May ‘04-August ―04
• Advised Investment Professionals on current financial product marketing trends
• Developed and Implemented marketing strategies to prospect new clients creating an additional
   $10 million in assets under management in a six month period
• Worked to increase and maintain total assets under management for the firm

Prudential Financial                                                                                           Westminster, CO,USA
Marketing Support Representative                                                                            February ‘03-February ‗04
• Marketed Variable Annuity products to Investment Professionals
• Meet strict deadlines while working cross-functionally in several departments including
    Marketing, Disbursements, and Quality Control
• Developed and Trained representatives in Quality Control procedures
• Specialized in Optional Benefits which clients could utilize to help them meet their financial goals

Beemer Back Center                                                                                               Springdale, AR,USA
Billing Specialist                                                                                             May ‗00-November ‗00
• Managed all billing to clients and insurance companies for a large chiropractic firm (revenues of
     approximately $500,000 per year)
• Negotiated with law firms representing insurance companies and clients regarding personal injury cases

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languages:            English (Native); Spanish (Advanced)
Computer Skills:      Most Windows based applications, IBM 400, as well as many programming languages (Pascal, C++ and others)
Acti vities:          Thunderbird: Thunderbird Honor Council Guest Member, Private Equity/Venture Capital Group, Latin
                      Business & Culture Club, Japan Club, Mexican Association, Rugby Club, Cricket Club, Ski Club
                      Uni versity of Arkansas: Advanced Investment Theory Tutor for Professor Lu, Vo lunteer for Habitat for
                      Humanity, Co-ordinator for the Ryan Gibson Memorial Leukemia Foundation Golf Tournament, Fayetteville,
                      Arkansas Public Library Vo lunteer
BRIAN C. SHAIFER
Current: 15249 N. 59t h Ave. #1518, Glendale, AZ. 85306, (202) 412-8409, bshaifer@global.t-bird.edu


OBJECTIVE
To work for a co mpany seeking to expand internationally, directing international business strategy and project delivery


EDUCATION
Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of Internati onal Management                                                     Glendale, AZ
MBA in International Management                                                                                               May 2005
Specialization: International Corporate Strategy, Negotiation, and Business Development
Extensive Business Intelligence/Competitive Intelligence for venture caps in field of printer cartridges
Thunderbird Certificate in Mediation

Uni versity of Southern Mississippi                                                                                      Hattiesburg, MS
• Bachelor of Science: Business Administration                                                                    Sept. 1995 - Dec. 1999
Graduated Magna cum laude in Economics and International Business
• Bachelor of Arts: Fo reign Languages
Graduated Magna cum laude in Foreign Languages
P ROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE
Aramark                                                                                                                   Glendale, AZ
Senior Bartender of Thunderbird Pub                                                                                    May 2004-Present
• Part-time employee of Aramark wh ile full time student of Thunderbird

KramerBooks and Afterwords Cafe                                                                                         Washington, DC
Manager and Senior Bartender                                                                                         Jan. 2000-Jan. 2004
• Achieved 24% increase in bar revenue through strong customer relations
• Controlled and maintained $50,000 worth of inventory

Search for Common Ground – Common Ground Productions                                                                    Washington, DC
Regional Corporate Fundraising Liaison and Program Assistant                                                         Jan. 2003-July 2003
• Initiated strategic corporate and foundation fundraising for Nigerian conflict resolution media project
    resulting in $25,000 grant from Nestle
• Provided program research and support to Macedonian media project resulting in 75% v iewership rating

Austrian Embassy                                                                                                       Washington, DC
Strategy Consultant                                                                                                June 2003-Sept. 2003
• Researched U.S. ―Ho meland Security‖ needs that private Austrian businesses could potentially meet

Organization of American States                                                                                         Washington, DC
Program Assistant and Intern                                                                                        Jan. 2000-June 2000
• Collaborated on team proposals concerning connectivity and disability issues in Central and South America

Union Planters Bank                                                                                                     Hattiesburg, MS
Junior Mortgage Collector and Translator                                                                            Jan. 1999-Dec. 1999
• Minimized delinquencies in mortgages and personal loans through personal customer interaction
• Handled customer relations with Spanish speaking clients at Portfolio Mortgage Administration Center

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languages:         English (Native); German (Fluent); French (Conversant); Spanish (Conversant)
  Computer Skills:   MS Office Suite; HTM L; Adobe; Photoshop 7.0; Quark Express 5.0; Extensive online database research
  Accomplishments: President of undergraduate National Association of Business Economists (NABE); VP of undergraduate
                    Marketing Association; Wrote and presented article at the 2000 ―Conference of International Finance and
                   Economics‖; Received a Congress Bundestag scholarship (‘93-‘94), SECC Nat ional Rugby All-Star (‘99),
                   Captain T-Bird Rugby (‘04)
Additional Achievements
   •   Student Government 1 st Tri-Semester Representative (elected) & TSG Europe Treasurer (selected)
   •   Habitat for Hu manity G.E. Capital Department Leader
   •   Runner – 10K & 5K competitive races/ Thunderbird Rugby Team: Flanker Position
C OLER Y OAKAM
1633 Camden Way; Oklaho ma City, OK 73116; 956-206-1644; coleryoakam@global.t-bird.edu

Summ ary
•   MBA candidate with 4 years of experience in supply chain management and operations management.
•   Results oriented manager with exceptional capabilities leading teams and projects in professional and community settings.
•   Superior strategic thinking, project management and business development skills.

P ROFESSI ONAL E XPE RIE NCE
Expedi tors Internati onal of Washington                                                         Nuevo Laredo, Taumali pas, Mexico
Regional Account Manager & Management Trainee                                                                           2003 - 2004
• Co mpleted Management Trainee Program including rotations in all co mpany departments
• Increased client revenue by 189% by imp lementing new services and expanding supply chain management service levels
• Implemented and managed client‘s consignment program and increased the size of the program by $3,800,000
• Increased product speed to market by 2 weeks for goods manufactured in Mexico through an initiative to outsourcing distribution
• Decreased supply chain risk through new distribution initiatives, procurement strategies, and logistics efficiencies

First Omni Mortgage Lendi ng                                                                                              Tulsa, OK
Loan Officer                                                                                                            2001 - 2002
• Refinanced over $5,000,000 in mo rtgage loan assets and generated over $80,000 in revenue for the first two Quarters of FY2002
• Top performing Loan Officer in overall loans authorized and closed for the first two Quarters of FY2002

Hollinger International Inc. Venture Capital Investments                                                                   Chicago, IL
T-Shirts.com - Co-Founder & Manager of Operations & Business Development                                                   1999 - 2001
• Raised over $8,000,000 in private and venture capital to develop B2B and B2C websites and distribution facility
• Developed content, created marketing strategies, initiated and maintained strategic partnerships to increase revenue by 160%
• Implemented and supervised the warehouse fulfillment procedures and increased warehouse productivity by 40%
• Developed a no inventory international distribution network for large quantity orders that decreased fulfillment costs by 27%
• Recruited, interviewed, h ired, trained and managed as many as 15 employees in the operations department

Cigar.com – Assistant Director of Operations
• Selected to lead the transition team to assess the efficiency of operations for acquired companies
• Re-structured the operations in order fulfillment and packaging to accommodate a 300% spike in sales
• Imp roved product development and initiated email campaign to increase repeat orders by 11%

Merrill Lynch & Co.                                                                                                      Chicago, IL
Intern for Senior Financial Consultant, Private Client Group                                                            Summer 1998
• Developed asset allocation and diversification models for client portfolios of $1,000,000 or greater
• Raised over $500,000 in new assets resulting from market research and investment strategy proposals

E DUCATI ON
Thunderbir d, The Garvin School of International Management                                                             Glendale, AZ
MBA in International Management                                                                                            May 2005
Specializat ion: Supply Chain Management

Denison Uni versity                                                                                                    Granville, OH
Bachelor of Arts in Economics                                                                                              May 1999

A DDI TIONAL I NFORMATI ON
Languages:            English (Native); Spanish certificate from La Academia Hispano Americana in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Awards:               Denison Uni versity Alumni Award Scholarshi p; Thunderbird Continuing Student Grant
Acti vities:          Thunderbir d Chocolate Bar
                      Editorial Assistant
                      International Journal for Physical Distribution and Logistics Management
                      Teacher’s Assistant for the Suppl y Chain Management Winteri m Course
D ANIEL JAMES D EAL
5936 E. Cambridge Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85257 Phone: (480) 947-8111          E-mail: dandeal@global.t-bird.edu

OBJECTIVE/QUALIFICATIONS
•   5-years professional experience in consumer lending and credit
•   Sophisticated Excel modeling capabilities, debt-capital markets experience and relationship manage ment
•   Fluent in English and Portuguese, able to conduct business in French and Spanish

EDUCATION
Thunderbi rd, The Garvin Scho ol of International Man agement                                              Glendale, Arizona
Candidate, M BA in International Mana gement                                                                 December 2005
Specialization: Finance

Arizona State Univ ersity                                                                                    Tempe, Arizona
Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics                                                                           May 2002
Minors in French and International Business

Uni versité de Genève                                                                                   Geneva, Switzerland
Intensive French Courses                                                                                Summers 1999, 2002

P ROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE
Trad er Publi cations                                    Geneva, S witzerland                                          3/2003
New Market Analyst
• Conducted intensive market research of publishing companies for potential acquisition by Trader Publications
• Worked independently in 6 Balkan/Eastern Europea n countries
• Wrote and presented a comprehensive report detailing results and recommendations
• Research led to acquisitions totaling over $30 million dollars

Prytan ée National Militaire                             La Fl èche, France                                9/2002 – 5/2003
English Language Assistant
• Taught conversational English language courses at a French Military Preparatory School
• Devised unique lesson plans tailored to young stude nts in order to spark interest and encourage conversation

JP Mo rgan Chase                                         Tempe, Arizona                                   11/1996 – 5/2002
Research Specialist – Chase Cardmember Services
• Ensured proper processing of credit card customers‘ written requests, verified payment credits, researched inactive
    accounts, located proper addresses and provided general account maintenance
• Developed internet-based address research method which the department later ada pted as a standard process

W orld Econo mic Foru m                                   New Yo rk, New York                                          1/2002
Intern – Partner‟s Team
• Facilitated event featuring 2,000 business leaders, hea ds of states and NGOs to discuss strategic business issues
• Assigned to Relationship Manager to aid the integration of sponsor companies during Annual Meeting

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languag es:         English (Native), Portuguese (Native), French (Con versant), Spanish (Conversant)
Co mputer Skills: Experience with Windo ws 2000 and XP, Highly experienced with E xcel, Word and PowerPoint
Addition al Infor mation: Permission to work in the United States and Brazil
Box 387 15249 N. 59th Avenue                                                                       805/455-5556
Glendale, AZ 85306                      Daniel V. Hughes                             dvhughes14@global.t-bird.edu

EDUCATION
Š Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Management, through May 2005
Š University of California, Santa Barbara, 1998-2001, 2002-2003, B.A. English-Emphasis in American Literature
Š University of Sydney, Australia, 2002, (Studied Marketing and Australian Literature)
THUNDERBIRD CLASS PROJECTS
Š flexxCOACH.com
     ƒ Developed a market analysis and product-launch strategy for flexxCOACH—a U.S. based company that
         provides an online baseball coaching resource—in both the US and Japanese markets
     ƒ Devised the branding strategy and how it should be implemented in the U.S. and Japanese markets
Š Inter-American Investment Corporation
     ƒ Consulted the IIC on improving their loan penetration rate to small and medium sized enterprises in the
         English speaking Caribbean—specifically Jamaica
Š Leal Lingerie
     ƒ Conducted market research (in the form of surveys, focus groups, and test panels) and interpreted the
         data to recommend a target market and product launch strategy, in the U. S., for luxury Belgian lingerie
EXPERIENCE
Š Event Sponsorship and Marketing Intern, The Wilkinson Group, San Francisco, CA, 2003
    ƒ Assisted the development and proposal of a comprehensive sponsorship plan for the City of Miami Beach
    ƒ Organized investor gatherings (fundraisers), in conjunction with Acumen Fund, in 11 US cities
    ƒ Researched market information and collected data for marketing and sponsorship opportunities with civic
        organizations, airports, structures, and numerous events
Š Marketing and Public Relations Intern, DAVIES, Santa Barbara, CA, 2002-2003
    ƒ Developed new business opportunities with The Tiger Woods Foundation, Westmont College, the Braille
        Institute, and several hospitals
    ƒ Drafted and disseminated press releases, including crisis control responses for one of our client hospitals
Š Head Volleyball Coach, 2003 Junior Olympics Club Santa Barbara (Boys’ 17 and Under), 2003 Santa
       Barbara High School, and 1999-2002 UCSB Camp Coach
    ƒ Instructed boys and girls (aged 10-19) in the technical, strategic, and team-oriented ideals of volleyball
    ƒ Responsibilities included: evaluation of talent, coordination of team practices, demonstration of skills, and
        creation of a fun and dynamic instructional environment for aspiring volleyball players
    ƒ Organized and oversaw a successful and competitive trip to the 2003 Junior Olympics in Phoenix, AZ
Š Brewery Assistant, Santa Barbara Brewing Company, Santa Barbara, CA, 2003
    ƒ Managed and serviced 12 outside accounts in the greater Santa Barbara area
    ƒ Assisted the Head Brewer in the day-to-day production and distribution of micro-Brewed Beer
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS AND OTHER AFFILIATIONS
Š UCSB Golden Eagle (Highest GPA on the volleyball Team), 2001
Š UC Santa Barbara ―CHAMP‖ Student-Athlete, 2000 and 2001; UC Santa Barbara Scholar-Athlete, 2001
Š Thunderbird Rugby Club; California Beach Volleyball Association (1995-2004); Coronado Yacht Club
VOLLEYBALL
Š Australian Volleyball League (Semi-Professional Volleyball), Sydney Lions (2002) and UTS Frogs (2003)
Š UCSB Men’s Volleyball Team 1998-2002, (Elephant Bar All–Tournament Selection, 2002)
Š USA Volleyball Junior Olympic Championship, Silver Medal (1998), Bronze Medal (1995); All-American (1998)
LANGUAGES
Š Native English Speaker; Conversant in Spanish; Basic ability in Croatian; Taking beginning Mandarin classes
                                         F ELIPE C ALDERÓN
15249 N. 59th Avenue, Bo x 1399, Glendale, AZ 85306 USA; +1-602/741-6768 (cell) <fcalderon@global.t-bird.edu>

P ROFIL E
•   Experience in working with multicultural groups      •   Advocate for superior customer service
•   Meet deadlines; remain calm under pressure           •   Proven expertise in credit and financial analysis
•   Computer literate                                    •   Excellent work ethic
•   Productive team player                               •   Versatile; adapt quickly to new functions
•   Strong vision of company goals                       •   Bilingual

E DUCATI ON
Thunderbi rd, The Garvin Sch ool of International Man agem ent                              Glendale, AZ USA
MB A in International Ma nagement                                                              December 2004
Specialization: Global Finance

Uni versidad Gabri ela Mistral                                                                   Santiago, Chile
Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Business A dministration                                                 1998
Bachelor of Science in Commercial Engineering (Specialization in Economics)


P ROFESSI ONAL E XPE RIE NCE
Bank Corpban ca                                            Santiago, Chile                          1998-2003
Most efficient Bank in Chile (year 2002), with more than 1,600 employees and about 100 o ffices
Leasing Ex ecutive (1999-2003)
• Focused on acquiring, maintaining a nd improving client relationships, by responding to specific client
   needs, making leasing quotes and operations, studyin g and analyzing financial state ments, preparing
   forecasts, and approving operations
• Compiled reports for directors, managers and supervisors
• Exceeded all yearly goals a mounting to a minimum of US$5,000,000 in placement of funds
• Administered the Corporate Banking Area client base
• Leased buildings, offices, factories, trucks, machinery, and special operations when needed
• Designed Excel spreadsheets to standardize the work and reduce time spent on presentations

Credit Risk An alyst (1998-1999)
• Conducted Sector, Financial, Operative and Management Risk Analysis of companies with
potential risk of default or when proposed loans were highly risky (Company Credit Evaluation)
• Compiled reports for directors, managers and supervisors

DSM Bakery (formerly Gist-Brocades)                         Delft, Holland                                 1995
World leader Yeast Co mpany; pr oducer of specialties, biotechnological and chemical produc ts
Train ee – Bakery Ingredients Division
• Conducted c omparative research on yeast and baking enzymes for Gist-Brocades in Russia,
Belgium, and Costa Rica through direct contact with Cha mbers of Commerce and other institutions
• Identified and implemented internal merger and acquisition opportunities
L ANGUA GE C OMPE TE NCE : Spanish (Native); English (Fluent)
C OMPUT E R K NOW L E DGE : Microsoft Office; Bloomberg
A CTI VITIES :    Treasurer of Spanish Club and Vice -President of Soccer Club in Thunderbird; active rugby,
                 tennis, soccer, and golf player
JUSTIN LAZZARA
Current: 5959 W. Greenway Rd. #263, Glendale, AZ 85306. phone: (786) 374-6600 fax: (602) 978-7836. jlazzara@global.t -bird.edu


OBJECTIVE
Highly motivated, multi-functional manager seeks a position as sales & marketing manager where my skills in sales force leadership, in
business development, in brand and product management will contribute to the success of a leading global enterprise.
P ROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE
Ha cienda Rupanco [Chile‟s largest diversified agri-business & real estate firm with 125,000 acres]                            2003-2004
Business Development Manager (6/03 - 4/04)                                                                                 Santiago, Chile
• Created feasibility plan for real estate/resort project along 45km of pristine lakefront, and developed international interest that
    caused 17,000 acres of designated land to appreciate from $80,000,000 in 1998 to $300,000,000 in 2004.
• Consulted for 3i Chile: Developed and recommended new strategic business plan; obtained 35% growth in earnings within a year.

(3i) Implant Innovations Inc., division of Biomet Corp. [Dental biotechnology and medical device manufacturer]            1996-2000
Asia Marketing Manager (1/00 - 8/00)                                                                   Palm Beach Gardens, FL USA
• Promoted to improve stagnant sales. Motivated block of 10 Asian business units; initiated innovative campaign of 50+ targeted
    educational events, achieving an 80% sales gain to $9,000,000 in 2000; consequently, profit exceeded budget by 45%.
• Directed productivity project; improved regional efficiency, lowering marketing and education costs 10%.
• Organized 300 prospect multi-day symposiums; distinguished the 3i brand from competitors; increased new customers by 38%.

UK & Ireland Sales & Marketing Manager (1/98 - 12/99)                                                       London, United Kingdom
• Led a revitalized 3i UK turn-around team to record revenue growth of 225% in t wo years.
• Devised and implemented marketing and education campaigns to generate market demand; conceived service, brand, promotion
   and price solutions; played a vital role in formulating $1,500,000 budget.
• Leveraged resources and relationships. Designed novel business development models: 3i Mentor and Advantage programs; as a
   result, converted key national clients and thought leaders, expanding market share from 4% to 12% within two years.
• Supervised, trained and coached team of 5 sales representatives; delivered 1,100 additional high margin clients.
• Executed aggressive sales and marketing plan; transformed UK sales growth from last to first position among countries in 1999.
• Negotiated exclusive alliance with Boots Dentalcare, the leading retail chain with 250+ practices; secured a powerful partner.

Global Marketing Manager (8/96 - 12/97)                                                                         Palm Beach Gardens, FL
• Assisted VP of Sales & Marketing in strategic planning activities; coordinated tactics for group of 40 international distributors
    and subsidiaries, reaching 45% international sales growth in 1997 to $35,000,000.
• Managed intra-company collaborative and communication activities between product management and the global sales force. As a
    result, the OsseoTite product family attained award as the #1 selling dental implant brand on the planet by mid 1998.
• Champ ioned and implemented enhanced product and brand management initiatives; Osseotome product sales increased 175% in
    1.5 years.
• Drove sales employee training program—over 125 trained; launched seven successful country expansions.

EDUCATION
Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Management                                                                  Glendale, AZ
MIM, Master of International Management [Brand & B to B Marketing specializations]                                             May 2005

University of Miami                                                                                                            Miami, FL
MBA, Master of Business Administration [Corporate/Investment Finance, and Leadership specializations]                              2003

Boston University                                                                                                            Boston, MA
BA, International Relations [Business concentration & completed 12 hrs. in Bio logy & Chemistry]                                   1996


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languages:            English (native), Spanish (conversant), Italian (basic).
Acti vities:          President/Founder of Phi Chi Theta business fraternity. V.P. Corporate Relations: Thunderbird Marketing
                      Association. Marketing Director and captain for the 8th International MBA Rugby Invitational.
JACK S. BELDON III
Curren t: 1 52 49 N. 5 9 t h Av e nu e, B o x #1 95 3, Gle nd ale , A Z 8 5 30 6-6 0 00

Objective
Project/Operations management position with a multi-national corporation.

Qualifications
 Extensive business consulting and software implementation experience.
 Proven analytical and management skills in both the technical and functional arenas.
 Led several multi-million dollar software implementations to success.

Education
Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Manage ment                                               Glendale, AZ
Candidate for MBA in International Management                                                                            May ‘05
Specialization: International Development

University of De nver                                                                                                 De nver, CO
Bachelor of Science in International Business, Cum Laude                                                                  May ‘95
Honors: Dean‘s List, Hornbeck Scholar

Professional Experience
ESG Consulting
Systems Integration, Consultant                                                                       Aug. ’00-Aug.’01
     Performed the legacy conversion design and implementation for a major aeronautics corporation. Resulted in the
       successful transition to a multi-tiered ERP system that provided a 400% efficiency increase and a superior HRMS
       tool suite that significantly improved business services to clients

Accenture/Andersen Business Consulting                                                                          De nver, CO
Systems Integration Practice, Manager                                                                      Jul. ’95- Aug.’00

     Technical Team Project Lead - Time Warner Cable
      Managed 20 client and team members through design, development, and implementation of PeopleSoft ERP
      Directed $500,000 project to on-time and under budget
      Coordinated the integration of relevant AOL business units

     Project Team Lead - Wild Oats Markets
      Brought on during middle of $1,000,000 ERP project to revive a failing project and take it to successful
         completion
      Acted as project manager, client liaison, technical and functional team lead, trainer, developer and tester

     Project Team Lead - Qwest Co m munications
      Directed and coordinated accelerated integration of Qwest and its acquisitions into a single PeopleSoft ERP
         package
      Successfully managed developers and consultants from over 10 firms
         toward implementation and training plan development to improve business processes

U.S. Navy                                                                                                  Dec.’89- Dec.’92
     Surface Warfare Specialist leading Optical Lab personnel during Persian Gulf War

Additional Information
Languages:        English (Native); Spanish (Conversant); Mandarin (Beginnner);French (Beginner)
Activities:       Vice-President of Consulting Club; Volunteer for Children‘s Hospital, Cross Cultural Solutions)
Co mputer Skills: C, COBOL, Oracle , PeopleSoft, MS Access, PL/SQL, SQR, Informatica, Unix, DB2, Visio
JACOB E VANS
3330 W. Greenway Rd. #1027, Phoenix, AZ 85053; 602-684-3277 ; jakeevans@global.t-bird.edu

SUMMARY
•   Recognized as a dependable self-starter with strong people and efficiency skills. Very professional, hard working,
    and a quick learner.
•   Carefully reconciled vendor statements, which facilitated the return payment of lost dollars.
•   Researched and resolved payment disputes between vendors and c ity other company departments.
•   Managed local logistical movements for cargo moving into and out of port of Tacoma, Washington.

EDUCATION
Thunderbi rd, The Garvin Sch ool of International Man agem ent                                                Glendale, AZ
MB A in International Ma nagement                                                                               April 2006
Specialization: Custom. After graduating from Thunderbird I will work in a manage ment capacity for major
manufacturing firm. This firm‘s corporate environment is relaxed and rewards innova tion and forward thinking.

Utah Valley State College                                                                                     Orem, UT
Business Manage ment with an International e mphasis                                                              2002
Graduated Summa Cum Laude with a 3.91 GPA. Received special recognition in the
2001 and 2002 National Dean‘s List. Received several aca demic scholarships. Me mber of Phi Theta Kappa Honor
Society.

PROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE
Evergreen America                                        Draper, UT/ US A                                    2003 - 2004
Intermodal Trucking/Export Rail Manager
• Supervised local Evergreen trucking for all local cargo coming into and leaving the port of Tacoma, Washington.
• Authorized all Evergreen export rail movement for containers heading to California and the east coast
• Managed Accounts Payable for local Evergreen truck movements in the Oregon and Washington areas
• Mediated and resolved c oncerns of Evergreen‘s vendors and customers

Bratt Landscaping                                       Pleasant Grov e, UT/ US A                                      2003
Chemical Cre w Leader
• Managed properties for accounts. This included sprinkler repair, spreading of fertilizer, spraying for weeds, mixing of
   chemicals and landscaping work to beautify their properties
• Utilized specialized equipment, s uch as: boom sprayer, thrasher and a motorized fertilizer spreader

Pro vo City Corpo ration                                Pro vo, UT/ US A                                        2002 - 2003
Accounting Technician
• Managed $1,000,000 in Accounts Payable weekly
• Worked with vendors to reconcile outstanding vendor statements.
• Input invoice information into database, ans wered multiple line phones and greeted guests


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languag es:         English (Native); Russian (Conversant) Spanish (Beginnin g)
Service Activities: Volunteer for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; tracked statistical and me mbership
                    records; served as an assistant executive secretary and as a public affairs specialist.
Hobbies:            Personal training, Softball, Fishing Hiking and other outdoor activities.
                                                JON KLESNER
                                       11251 N. Cameron Ct • Fountain Hills, AZ 85268
                                          klesner@global.t-bird.edu • (623) 572-6639


                                           STRENGTHS & CAPABILITIES
•   MBA candidate with highly successful accomplishments in competitive sales and finance environments
•   Recognized strengths in customer negotiations, perseverance, follow through, leadership and creativeness
•   Accomplishments have always been numbers and results oriented
•   Proven ability to influence decision makers while focusing on results
•   Identify and analyze roadblocks, then creatively resolve challenges to reach goals
•   Develop customer relationships through a strong customer focus and determination to meet their needs

                                           PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Director of Business Development                                                                                     2001-2003
APEX Document Solutions                                                                                   Los Angeles, California
• Organized a team structure enabling the staff to drastically increase productivity and sales immediately
• Established relationships with area design companies that led to 23 new accounts within the first year
• Developed a mobile workstation that created the ability to work at a customer‘s location
• Optimized co mpany revenue by creating contract business with a continuous cash flow

Account Manager                                                                                                       2000-2001
United States Surgical                                                                                Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
• Increased territory sales during first year over 23% through increasing product presence in competitive accounts
• Designed and imp lemented a monthly newsletter that helped increase individual sales and exceed quota
• Discovered a competitive strategy with the FDA that was instrumental in increasing company sales nationwide
• Co mpany sales leader in Advanced Tech category selling the new product Costasis

Broker                                                                                                                1995-2000
American Fa mily Mortgage                                                                                     Scottsdale, Arizona
• Consistently led company in sales averaging over $3,000,000 in loans each month
• Sales responsibilities escalated to assisting management and mentoring new employees
• Identified a team of brokers to work exclusively with realtors that resulted in strong increases in new home purchase loans
• Analyzed customer portfolios to identify the most financially effective mortgage for their needs

Sales Representati ve                                                                                            1993-1995
Hardwoods Inc.                                                                                            Las Vegas, Nevada
• Achieved largest sale in company history at over $500,000 in raw lu mber
• Increased territory sales by expanding the customer base and targeting new opportunities
• Developed a new sales approach by working with a mill resulting in customer savings and a new sales market

                                                        EDUCATION
Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management                                                April 2005
MBA in International Management                                                                                Glendale, Arizona
• Focus in Finance and Marketing
• Languages: Native English & Intermediate Spanish
• Four month study abroad program in Guadalajara, Mexico
• Four month supply chain internship with Expeditors International in Guadalajara, Mexico
• Earned a Global Mediation Certificate

UNLV, University of Nevada at Las Vegas                                                                                     1995
BS in Business Management                                                                                      Las Vegas, Nevada

                                                          MILITARY
United States Army                                                                                                     1986-1988
7th Infantry                                                                                                   Ft. Ord, California
• Achieved NCO rank in under 18 months
• 101st Airborne Air Assault Team Leader
Jose Miguel Palma
15249 N. 59th Avenue MB 157 • Phoenix, AZ 85306 • (cellular) 602 373-0445 • jmpalma@global.t-bird.edu

SUM M ARY
•    Multilingual business and product development professional with experience in management, marketing, strategic planning, and
     negotiations.
•    Results-oriented and proven ability to imp lement business solutions that enhance organizational productivity and profitability.
•    Demonstrated expertise in penetrating diverse cultures and new markets through management strategies.

EXPE RI E NCE
CO M M O NW E AL T H DY NAM I CS, I NC.                                                                                                             P orts mo ut h, N H

A n inte rn ation al e ngin e erin g an d co nstru ction c o mp an y s pe cializin g in l ar ge stac ks a nd c o mb ustion tu rbin e ex h aust syst e ms. M ar k eting
Inter n – Int ern ational Di vision                                                                                                                                 2004

•    Developed business model and strategy, promotion plan and Pro Forma statement for proposal to explore business prospects in
     Latin A merica.
•    Conducted price and cost analyses on engineering services to support the entry strategy into the Latin American market.
•    Undertook market assessments to implement expansion strategy into Latin America (specifically Brazil, Mexico, Chile and Peru).
•    Consulted with management to revise P&L forecast assumptions, identify project risks, and develop sales action plan.

HAUG S.A.                                                                                                                                                  Lima, Peru

Steel construction firm that provides engineering, procurement, fabrication and installation services for the mining and energy sectors.

Manager – Business Development & Marketing                                                                                                                 2001 – 2003

•    Elaborated and implemented business development and marketing strategy which resulted in over $65 million in sales.
•    Prepared annual tactical sales objectives and marketing plan to ensure goals/quotas were met to maximize return on investment.
•    Developed sales forecast, pricing strategy and supervised sales force which contributed to 25% market share participation.
•    Spearheaded concept-to-market product development process resulting in 55% sales growth and 20% increase in customer base.
•    Researched and analyzed competitive trends and segmented the market to be first-to-market with service introductions.
•    Conducted analysis to anticipate business threats and opportunities and maintain advantage over direct/indirect competitors.
•    Supervised the design of promotional material including trade show exhibits, product brochures and other merchandizing.
Sales Executive – Sales & Marketing Division                                                                                                               1998 – 2000

•    Prepared bid proposals based on pricing, client and project risk analysis and sales strategy.
•    Undertook in-depth analysis of competitors and customers in the steel construction market.
•    Assisted management to revise sales projection assumptions, run sensitivities, and identify key risk factors.
•    Elaborated secondary research data to identify primary target markets in order to successfully position the company.


EDUCATIO N
Thu nd erb ird -T h e Ga rvin S ch oo l of Int ern at ion a l M an ag em ent                                                                      Gl en d ale, Ariz on a
M ast er of B usin ess A d ministr ation ( M B A ) in I nte rn ation al M an a g e me nt                                                                    M a y, 20 05
Univers idad d e Piu ra                                                                                                                                    Lim a, P eru
M a rk eting a nd M a n a g e me nt Pr og ra m                                                                                                                    19 98
G eorg et o wn Un ivers it y                                                                                                                       W as hingto n, D .C.
Inter n ation al B usin ess M a n ag e m ent P ro gr a m                                                                                                          19 97
Brand eis Un iv ersity                                                                                                                    W alth a m, M assa c hus etts
Ba c helo r o f A rts in Psy c holo gy a nd Political S cien c e                                                                                                 19 95


SKIL LS & I NTE RESTS

Spanish (Native), English (Fluent).
International work and life experience working in the U.S. and in various Latin American countries.
KENTARO M ITSUI
Current Address: 15249 N. 59th Ave., Glendale, AZ, 85306, USA
                 Phone: 602-588-80 60 E-mail: kmitsuik@global.t-bird.edu

Perm anent Address: 2-29-8 Arai Nakano-ku, Tokyo, 165-0026, Japan Phone: 81-3-3388-1253

OBJECTIVE
Seeking a general management or a supply chain management internship and a full time job opportunity in a globally
operating consumer goods company.


EDUCATION
Thunderbi rd, The Garvin Sch ool of International Man agem ent                                                Glendale, AZ
MB A in International Manage ment (GPA 3.58)                                                                Dece mber 2005
(including Business strategy, Financial Accounting, Fina ncial manage ment, Global marketing,
 Intl Political Economy, Intl Economics, Operations management, Regional business environment-Asia)

Uni versity of Au ckland                                                                           Auckland, New Zealand
BA Double major in Ancient History & Psychology                                                           Septe mber 1998

PROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE
Excel International Co., L td.                                                                                   Tokyo, Japan
Corporate Sales Associate                                                                                                2004
   • Provided volume sales of Japanese foods and magazines for corporate customers in overseas.
   • Engaged in consumer goods sales for more than 1000 customers per month.
   • Dealt with more than 100 items of consume r goods and observed customers‘ purchase behavior.
   • Provided sales of Visa application assistance services.
   • Operated the company‘s customized database and billing software.

International Moving Coordinat or                                                                             1999 - 2003
    • Acquired business expertise in international logistics.
    • Created customers database of more than 1000 shipments and analyzed business strategy.
    • Played a central role to develop advertising strategy.
    • Manipulated import/export trading bus iness skills
    • Familiar with international shipping documentation and customs regulations.
    • Performed strong networking skill by establishing business partnership with more than 30 overseas agents.
    • Carried out strong com munication ability to deal with more than 50 nationalities of customers. 60% of my
         customers were foreigners.
    • Worked in a changing environment and acquired c urrent cost & price awareness in the market.
    • Worked independently a nd handled 30 – 50% of total sale of the department per month.
    • Achieved department sales growth of 10 – 15 % each year
    • Developed good relationship with colleagues and possess strong tea m player mind.
    • Dealt with customers from embassies, United Nations, and globally operating companies such as Microsoft, Intel,
        Toyota, Nissan, NASDAQ.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languag es:         Japanese (Native); English (Fluent)
Co mputer Skills:   Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, SPSS, @Risk
Activities:         Vice President of Japan Club at Thunderbird, Me mber of Rugby club in Thunderbird
                    Volunte er Japanese teacher, Part time translator of executive MB A classes in Thunderbird
                    Member of recreation activity committee in Excel International Co., Ltd.
KEVIN G UY W ILLIAMS
2201 East Delgado St., Phoenix, AZ, 85022; (602) 908-0823; kevinguywillia ms@global.t-bird.edu

S UMMARY
Seeking supply-chain/operations management position that will capitalize on my intercultur al skills and experience to
develop a mutually beneficial relationship within a multinational environment.
    • Professional background in international regulatory compliance and supply-line systems analysis
    • Strong project management, mediation and cross-cultural communications skills
    • Significant international experience in dyna mic, team-oriented, high-pressure environments

E DUCATI ON
Thunderbi rd, The Garvin Sch ool of International Man agem ent                                               Gl endale, AZ
Candidate - MBA in International Manage ment                                                Expected Graduation April 2006

Northern Arizona Uni versity ( NAU)                                                                            Flagstaff, AZ
Cum laude B.A., in Organizational Com munication / Business Manage ment minor                                      June 2000
Gold Axe Award (NAU‘s premiere senior service a ward)

P ROFESSI ONAL E XPE RIE NCE
Unit ed States Depa rtm ent of Co m m erce, Import Ad ministration                                           W ashington D. C.
International Trade Analyst- Antidumpin g/Co untervailing Enforcement                             Septe mber 2002 – July 2004
• Provided quantitative, qua litative and financial analysis of sales and production cost data for a range of diverse
    products including: chemicals, ferroalloys, steel products, pencils, polyethylene terephthalate film and hand tools
• Conducted 3-6 week, extensive on-site audits of corporate cost and sales data in India, China and domestic locations
• Issued case -specific duty assessment instructions for the U.S. Customs Service
• Performed questionnaire response analysis for both sales and production cost data; constructed supplemental
    questionnaires and incorporated in-depth analysis of reported financ ial and cost data
• Created and modified statistical analysis (SAS) programs to determine company/industry specific dumping margins
• Drafted opinions and recommendations in decision memoranda for contentious or substantive case-specific issues,
    descriptive calculation memoranda, and Federal Registe r notices (e.g. 68 FR 74209, Dece mber 23, 2003)
• Maintained ―Secret‖ clearance via SF-86 procedures

Gibson, Dunn & Crut cher, L LP                                                                            W ashington D. C.
Paralegal- International Trade Group                                                          March 2001 – Septe mber 2002
• Contributed legal research and case management for antidumping and countervailing investigations and reviews
• Assisted case development and tracking for Supre me Court, US Appellate and World Tra de Organization proceedings
• Managed logistics planning, accuracy assurance and quality control for all court briefs and government filings
Blackb eard’s Cruises                                                                                            Mia mi, FL
Chief Engineer, US MV Morning Star                                                                  May 2000 – March 2001
• Skilled diesel and general maritime mechanic responsible for all mechanical syste ms in self-contained SCU BA
    charter vessel including: industrial m ain and auxiliary power plants; 110, 220, and 440 volt electrical systems;
    hydraulic systems; marine plumbing and waste disposal; sails and rigging; and all ancillary systems.
• Directed operations planning and implementation for all sc heduled and unsche duled mechanical upgrades and repairs
• Served as Deck Watch Officer (Current 100 GT USCG Master‘s License) and helmsman

A DDI TIONAL I NFORMATI ON
Languag es:         English (Native); Spanish (Advanced)
Activities:         Habitat for Humanity, student government, community clean-up, ESL language class instructor,
                    whitewater kayaking, tec hnical climbing/mountaineering, mountain biking, backcountry skiing, rugby
Other:              Advanced computer skills (SAS, SPSS, Excel); trained interpersonal mediator
MARK LINEBERRY
7704 W. Julie Drive, Glendale, AZ, 85308, (623) 476-5463, lineberrym@global.t-bird.edu

O BJ E CTIVE
Pursue a career in consulting with particular focus on Government defense operations where I can apply my military
leadership as demonstrated in deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kosovo.

E DUCATI ON
Thunderbi rd, The Garvin Sch ool of International Man agem ent                                                         Glendale, AZ
MB A in International Ma nagement                                                                                        April 2006
Specialization: Consulting

Virginia Milita ry Institute                                                                                         Lexington, VA
BA in History (Minor in English)                                                                                          May 2000

P ROFESSI ONAL E XPE RIE NCE
Captain, Headquarters and Headquarters Company Executi ve Officer                                          Baghdad and Fallujah, Iraq
U.S. Army, Infantry                                                                                September 2003 – September 2004
• Co mmanded 27-soldier detachment operating geographically independent of parent battalion. Charged with all supply
     responsibilities supporting battalion task force during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
• Planned, coordinated, and supervised re-supply operations of food, water, fuel, building materials, ammunition, medical supplies
     and repair parts to forward operating base supporting over 600 soldiers.
• Personally directed and accompanied 150+ supply convoys navigating known enemy territory, resulting in 100% mission
     accomplishment with few injuries and zero lives lost.
• Created, imp lemented, tracked and supervised battalion maintenance program valued at over $30 million and consisting of 150+
     vehicles and 700 weapon systems. Equip ment readiness rate remained above 90% during entire operational deployment.
• Synchronized with local vendors for purchase of supplies and allocation of building contracts in excess of $1 million.

Lieutenant, Task Force Phoeni x Company Team Chief                                                               Kabul, Afghanistan
U.S. Army, Infantry                                                                                        May 2003 – August 2003
• Officer in charge of 2-man team responsible for developing, imp lementing, and supervising training program for 100-soldier
     infantry company of the newly formed Afghan National Army.
• Mentored five Afghan senior leaders on the tenets of leadership, training management, and military operations.

Lieutenant, Rifle Company Executi ve Officer                                                                        Fort Dru m, NY
U.S. Army, Infantry                                                                                     September 2002 – May 2003
• Planned, coordinated, and supervised execution of all logistical and maintenance operations for 120-soldier unit.
• Executed and managed unit movement and logistical maneuvers during month-long simulated combat deployment to Louisiana.
• Accountable for maintaining co mbat-readiness of company equipment, valued at over $1 million.

Lieutenant, Rifle Platoon Leader                                                                     Fort Dru m, NY and Vitina, Kosovo
U.S. Army, Infantry                                                                                     February 2001 – September 2002
• Officer in charge of 34-soldier light infantry platoon accountable for developing, implementing, and supervising individual and
     collective training to achieve mission accomplishment.
• Transitioned platoon from co mbat focused training to peace enforcement operations for Kosovo deployment. Meticulously
     executed over 1,500 patrols through ethnically diverse towns and villages with zero incidents or accidents.
• Acted as U.S. Army Kosovo Force (KFOR) liaison to the political leadership of four cities within Task Force sector.
• Maintained and accounted for over $225,000 worth of property .

A DDI TIONAL I NFORMATI ON
Languages:            English (Native); Spanish (Conversant)
Awards:               Bronze Star, Army Co mmendation Medal, Co mbat Infantryman‘s Badge
Acti vities:          Thunderbird Rugby Club, Community Vo lunteer
Other:                Secret Security Clearance
MATTHEW L. BERG
15249 N. 59th Ave, #1209, Glendale, AZ, 85306; 312.404.5418; mberg@global.t-bird.edu


OBJECTIVE/QUALIFICATIONS
Seek a position working in sustainable development that utilizes my technological expertise and experience in developing countries.
• MBA Candidate with 4 years of experience in the web development industry both as a team manager and programmer
• Excellent cross cultural skills and French language skills fro m over 10 years living in Africa (Senegal, Zimbabwe, Cameroon)
• Passionate about sustainable development strategies involving microfinance, enterprise development and appropriate technologies


EDUCATION
Thunderbir d, The Garvin School of International Management                                                             Spring 2005
MBA in International Management, GPA 3.8                                                                               Glendale, AZ
• Ambassador Assistantship (1/3 tuition)
• Developed microfinance skills: helped ApproTEC develop their proposal for establishing a pilot microfinance program in Kenya
   to broaden their mission reach; participant at the WRI‘s Eradicating Poverty Through Profits Conference, completed the UN‘s
   Microfinance Distance Learning course, researched and presented paper on microfinance in Latin America
• Small business development: successfully wrote and then presented business plan in front of an audience of venture capitalists
• Political risk assessment: on Zimbabwe using the Euro money, Economist, ICRG, BERI, and PRS forecasting models
• Change management recommendations: for Convertidora‘s, a Mexican Mylar balloon manufacturer, to implement an ERP
   system. Worked in a Spanish environment gaining knowledge of business practices in Mexico

Knox College                                                                                                                 Spring 2000
Bachelor of Science Co mputer Science & Bachelor of Arts Integrated International Studies                                   Galesburg, IL
• Lincoln Scholar (full tuition), Honors Dissertation: The State of Computer Education in Zimbabwe.

Uni versity of Zi mbabwe – 8 month academic and cultural exchange                                                           1999
• Established a BASIC programming course for Inyathi computer club of Bu lawayo and linkages for club with local university


P ROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE
Inspi dered, Inc – Web Development Firm                                                                                          2003-2005
Co-founder                                                                                                                      Chicago, IL
• Provided consulting services installing and integrating CRM software into law firms legal p ractices
• Helped develop the marketing strategy, worked trade shows, and created a web-presence for camouflage carpet, a new product in
    the flooring industry, which in its third is distributed in carpet stores nationally and has generated over $500,000 in revenue
• Provided web programming and design and database development services for non-for-profits in the Chicago area

Meritum Corporation – Internet Startup                                                                                  2002-2003
Chief Technology Officer                                                                                               Chicago, IL
• Oversaw the system design, programming, and billing support for a web-system built on open source standards that created a
    turnkey solution that allowed clients to sell self-replicat ing websites to over 20,000 paying members
• Led web development team (two developers and one designer) and maintained Meritum‘s hosting infrastructure

Infocast Community – ISP & Internet Services Startup                                                                           2000-2002
Director Creative Services                                                                                                    Tucson, AZ
• Managed a creative services staff of 5 programmers and 3 designers, reported directly to the VP of Operations
Senior Web Engineer
• Several large programming projects in Perl and administered MySQL and Oracle databases


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languages:            French Fluent/Conversant; Spanish Basic; Shona Basic
Skills:               C++, PHP, Perl, Linux Administration, MySQL, Oracle, @Risk, SPSS, HTM L, XM L, VB Script Macros, ABC
                      Accounting, Political Risk Analysis Models and Balanced Score Cards, MS Office
Acti vities:          Managerial Accounting TA, Treasurer Thunderbird Rugby Club, International Development Association,
                      established BuildAfrica.org and BaseofPyramid.org, Afropop.org volunteer, open source software contributor
MATTHEW L. GREGG
14221 N. 51st Ave., Glendale, AZ, 85306; (602) 228-9890; matthewgregg @global.t-bird.edu

S UMMARY
•   4 years work experience in banking and government sectors
•   Enhanced written and oral proficiency through project leadership positions
•   Comfortable and adept at working within a diverse group of colleagues to successfully achieve time-restricted goals
•   Graduate and undergradua te background in international business and international development

E DUCATI ON
Thunderbi rd, The Garvin Sch ool of International Man agem ent                                                 Glendale, AZ
MB A in International Ma nagement                                                                                 April 2006
Specialization: International Development
   • Developed understanding of US fore ign economic trade policies and the relationships between private and public
       organizations through a research paper on the effective ness of US aid in reforming Latin American bureaucracies
• Enhanced technical knowledge of accounting, finance and data analysis
• Continued development of interpersonal and leadership skills within diverse groups through various class projects James
Madison Uni versity                                                                                       Harrisonburg, VA
Bachelor of Business Administration, Cum Laude Honor Graduate (Cumulative GPA: 3.6)                               May 2000
Majors: International Business and Spanish
Attended the University of Salamanca, Spain, Fall Semester 1998.
• Completed deliverable on the financial feasibility and marketing strategy of a heli-skiing operation in Alaska and, in a
    separate project, brought that model to an international market
• Analyzed the acquisition possibilities between Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble through manage ment, marketing,
    operations and financial feasibility studies

P ROFESSI ONAL E XPE RIE NCE
Office of Thrift Supervision, US Treasury                 Daly City, CA                                             2000 - 2004
Bank Examiner (2000-2004), Accredited Federal Thrift Regulator
• Served as examiner-in-charge of thrift institutions, ranging in size of $250 million to over $1 billion in total assets
• Developed the ability to set the scope of exa minations and consistently complete the jobs within the time limits and
    given resources
• Strengthened group work skills by managing diverse teams of 4-6 people, and working within groups of 4-25 people
• Successfully completed one of the first bank exa minations that combined staff from the two separate exa mination
    focus areas into one consolidated team
• Consolidated team members‘ separate, technical findings into 10-15 page, plain language exa mination reports
• Communicated exa mination findings to senior bank management and board through formal meetings
• Earned Federal Thrift Regulator accreditation thr ough rigorous testing and performance evaluations.

A DDI TIONAL I NFORMATI ON
Languag es:          English (Native); Spanish (Proficient)
Co mputer Skills:    Proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, @Risk, LINDO and SPSS
Activities:          Thunderbird Rugby Club, International Development Association, Volunteer for Junior Achieve ment;
Awards:              Degesch International Business Award (S pring 2000); Me mber of Beta Gamma Sigma and Golden
                     Key Honor societies
MATTHEW WEINBERG
Email:        msweinberg @global.t-bird.edu
Current:      PO Box 411, 15249 N. 59th Ave., Glendale, AZ 85306
Permanent:    5691 Calle Pacific, Carpinteria, CA 93013 (805) 637-3223


EDUCATION
Thunderbi rd, The Garvin Sch ool of International Man agem ent                                           Glendale, Arizona
Candidate for MB A in International Manage ment                                                            December 2005
Project: Market Study for Dulces Vero, S.A. which led to new alternate income sources

Uni versity of California, Santa Barba ra                                                         Santa Barbara, California
Degree in Business/Economics                                                                                     June 2003
Graduated Magna Cu m Laude
Project: Tea m Leader on Adventure T ourism Business Plan

Uni versity of Edinburgh                                                                              Edinburgh, Scotland
Study Abroad Program                                                                                           2001-2002
Principles of Finance Class Medallist

P ROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE
Bio Centinela Aquao rgan ics, S.A.                                                                     Guayaquil, Ecuador
Customer Relations and Marketing Intern                                                                          Fall 2004
• Authored Business Plan to obtain loan from environmentally-friendly investment fund;
    $100,000 loan from Verde Ventures awaiting certification and approval
• Initiated new PR progra ms designed to improve both company and general product image

Valley Crest Co mpanies, Gl en Annie Golf Club                                                           Goleta, California
Customer Relations                                                                                               1997-2004
• Multi-tasked general Pro-shop operations: telephone bookings, player check-in, golf
    equipment sales, and managed 3 outside service personnel
• Acquired c ustomer service and com munication skills while working with prestigious clientele

Alaska’s Inside Passage Resorts                                                                          Goleta, California
Marketing Intern                                                                                               Spring 2003
• Authored the inaugural e -mail newsletter featuring articles on Alaska and company news in
    order to boost repeat customer sales
• Designed a billboard to be used in the Seattle-Tacoma airport to promote brand recognition

Uni versity of California, Santa Barba ra, Econo mi cs Depart ment                                Santa Barbara, California
Research Assistant                                                                                           Summer 2000
• Collected experimental data from Economics professors at various national universities
    for use in a research paper authored by Professor

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languag es:         Spanish (Conversant)
Hobbi es:           Golf; Cycling; Travel; Photography; Surfing
Organizations:      Toastmasters International; Thunderbird Latin Business and Culture Club;
                    Thunderbird Rugby Club; Thunderbird Marketing Association
Co mputer Skills:   Microsoft Excel, SPSS, @Risk Simulation
Michael R. Bruneau                                                            4101 West Escuda Drive
(623) 594-3478- H                                                             Glendale, AZ 85308
(623) 594-3479- F                                                             bruneaumike@hotmail.com
                                                     OBJECTIVE

Leadership position with a large multinational company to use demonstrated skills in: leadership,
problem solving, and critical thinking, with a long-term goal of pursuing a career as a senior manager
with an established and reputable company.

                                                 QUALIFICATIONS

* Ten years of proven success as a US Navy Special Operations Officer, responsible for counter-
  terrorism planning and mitigation throughout Asia, the Pacific and Europe.
* Living and working experience in foreign countries.
* Multiple language proficiency with unit leadership, team building and financial management.
* Reliable decision maker charged with accomplishing the mission using resources at hand with
  minimal outside direction.

                                                    EDUCATION

Thunderbird-Garvin School of International Management                                         May 2006
MBA in International Management, Finance Focus                                                Glendale, AZ
3.79 GPA, Thunderbird Rugby Club co-Captain

United States Naval Academy                                                                   May 1994
Bachelor of Science Mathematics                                                               Annapolis, MD
Focus Operations Analysis, French minor.
Graduated 37th in class of 900, 3.69 GPA, selected as Rugby All-American.

                                         PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

US Navy Special Operations Officer                                                            1994-2004
Operations *     Operations Officer for 12 deploying detachments supporting global contingency operations.
Officer      *   Led over 100 personnel engaged in wartime missions in Afghanistan and Iraq.
San Diego, CA*   Administered annual budget in excess of $1 Million, with equipment in excess of $50 M.
2003-2004    *   Promoted to Lieutenant Commander, Master Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Tec hnician.
Exchange     *   Selected as EOD and Diving personal exchange program (PEP) officer with French Navy.
Officer      *   Coordinated beach and ocean demining along 400 miles of coastline to 80 meters depth.
France       *   Planned French EOD and diving involvement in NA TO exercises and operations with multiple allies.
2001-2003    *   Qualified in all Frenc h diving systems and as mission chief for autonomous territorial missions.
EOD Team *       Officer in Charge of 10 special operations technicians and $5 Million of specialized equipment.
Officer      *   Forward deployed, tasked with EOD counterterrorism throughout Asia and the Pacific region.
Agana, Guam *    Provided EOD support to US Government Agencies and US Military Special Forces.

Division     * Responsible for 30 personnel and all electrical generation, distribution and transformation.
Officer      * Qualified in every shipboard warfighting and engineering watchstation during two-year tour.
Sasebo,Japan * Participated in numerous multinational exercises and exchanges throughout Western Pacific.

                                          ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
LANGUAGES : English (native), French (fluent), Spanish (conversant), Portuguese (basic)
ACTIVITIES: Rugby, Scuba Diving, Surfing, Cooking, Physical Fitness, International Travel
NATHAN J. WEBER
Current: 5615 Acoma # 25, Glendale, AZ. (602) 561-2019; nweber@global.t-bird.edu

OBJECTIVE
I would like to find a posting with a dynamic small to mediu m size firm specializing in the
financing/origination of hospitality projects, commercial real estate development, mortgage securitizations,
and/or infrastructure development financing. It is extremely important, to me, to work with a cohort that it
both entrepreneurial and creative.


EDUCATION
Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management                          Phoenix, AZ
MBA in International Management                                                                   April 05'
Specialization: Strategic Marketing and Business Development
Certified Mediator
Semester in Guadalajara

Uni versity of Nebraska at Omaha                                                          Omaha, NE
Bachelor of Arts in International Studies (Business and European Studies Specializations)   Dec. 00'
Honors: Dean‘s List, Outstanding Americorps Vo lunteer Award, Third Place in the Dubliner potato sack
race.


P ROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE
Arriba Investment Management, LLC
Principal
 Phoenix, AZ (Current)
• At the mo ment, I am working with a group of originators, managing and facilitating deal flo w for
    $25MM plus hospitality and infrastructure projects. Some of the projects in our pipeline include a
    $200MM plus PE fund (Brazil), $10MM hotel project (Peru), various hospitality projects in Brazil $5-
    35MM range, and potential infrastructure/LNG deals in the Middle East.
• Current projects underway include a $200MM mo rtgage securitization of CMOs held by developers in
    Mexico looking to divest themselves of these U.S. held mortgages.
• Financial Analysis of Phase I and II deal flow for executive review.


Marketing Associate/Director of Export Operations
Guadalajara, MX
Grupo Middid 03‘-04‘
• Set up distribution channels for two products in development via retail outlets, private label
   arrangements, and B2B sales.
• Developed branding, imaging, logo, and product design for the Terra Nova volcanic mud product.

Consultant
Omaha, NE
Resource Consultants, Inc. (RCI) 01‘-02‘
• Utilized various research metrics to analyze the financial health of life insurance policies held in trust
    by major financial institutions and universities.
• Participated in market development initiatives, which increased client portfolio by 25 percent in a six
    month period.
Associate Project Manager
Omaha, NE
Paul Davis Systems 01‘-02‘
• Assisted in the project management of multip le commercial and residential restoration projects.
• Business development, selling services to adjustors.
• Coordinated subcontractor operations.
• Subcontracted demolition services to Paul Davis Systems

Journalist
Omaha, NE
Old Market Encounter 00‘-02‘
• Contributed articles on a freelance basis for this Omaha, NE monthly.
• Reported on business and community affairs.



ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languages:            Spanish (Fluent), English (Native), Italian (Beg inner), Portuguese (Beginner)
Computer Skills:      @Risk; SPSS, MS Office
Acti vities:          Thunderbird RFC, Kung Fu, Writing, Sailing, Golf, Thunderbird Wine Club
Neal Clegg
15249 N. 59th Avenue #658, Glendale, AZ 85306-6000; (303)725-2604; (602)588-8892
nealclegg@global.t-bird.edu


SUM M ARY
  • Proven flexibility a nd ada ptability
  • Strong multitasking skills
  • Exc ellent team play er
  • Innovational cr eative thinking skills
  • Aggressive decision making skills

EDUCATIO N
Thun der bird, T he G arvin S cho ol of Inter national Ma na ge ment                                                   Glend ale, A Z
M aster of Intern ational Man ag em ent                                                                                   A pril 2005
  • Work ed in a tea m c onsulting with two diff er ent co mpa nies in two differ ent Business Intelligen ce proje cts.
Univ ersity of Colorad o at D env er                                                                                     D env er, C O
M aster of Business Ad ministration                                                                                       Ap ril 2005
  • Consulting proje ct with Proligo, Work ed dir ectly with CEO, presented rec om me ndations to ex ecutive co mmittee,
     cha rtere d by CE O to i m plem ent prog ra m. Cr eate d a nd r an the co mp any‘s first e mploye e r ec ognition progr am .

Univ ersity of D env er                                                                                                 D env er, C O
BS in Bioche mistry                                                                                                       June 2000

P RO FESSI O NAL E XPE RI E NCE
Proligo LLC ,                                            Boulder , C O                                                     2000- 2004
Proligo is a s mall/m edium sized com pan y which prod uc es oligonucle otides, short strands o f D N A, and re age nts
nee ded for th e pro duction of oligonucle otides.
Lead Tech nician (2003 -200 4)
   • Overs a w day -to-da y ope rations of the Boulde r prod uction l aborator y and su pervise d five tech nicians an d four
     interns. W ork clos ely with man ag em ent and sales forc e; man age co mplex a nd high profit margin ord ers. H ad
     close intera ction with Fre nc h c olle agu es.
Produ ction Tec hnician I & II (200 1-20 03)
   • Synthesized oligonucleotides, utilizing RP - HPL C pu rification, rev ers e-ph ase chr omatog rap hy, H LB colum n
     purification, an d c olumn and etha nol des alt proc edur es. Assisted in r ese ar ch a nd d ev elopm ent an d pr oc ess
     improve m ent.
   • Create d a nd chair ed a first ti me c om mitte e ch arg ed with cr e ating and running an em ploye e r eco gnition pr ogr am.
   • Participate d an d f acilit ated in the i mple m entation, ex ecution and progr ession of L ean an d six Sig ma progr a ms.
Product D ev elopm ent (2000-2 001)
   • Develop ed methods f or or ga nic synthesis of a for m o f D N A, utilizing purific ation, re action methods, and gen er al
     laboratory work and m aintenan ce .
Da wn Fo ods,                                             D env er, C O                                                          2000
D a wn Foo ds was a pr odu ction co mpa ny whic h pr odu ces b aking mixes, fillings a nd oth er b aking p rodu cts.
QC Te chnician (2000)
   • Tested various f ood prod ucts to ensur e that the y m et or ex ce ed ed p rodu ct spe cifications. When produ cts failed
     quality c ontrol tests, dete rmine d a ppro priate c ourse of action to identify an d corre ct the pr oblem .
Gilroy Foo ds,                                           Arv ad a, C O                                                           1999
Gilroy Foo ds is a pro duc e co mpa ny, kno wn for its garlic gro w ers
Researc h and D ev elopm ent Intern (1999 )
   • Operate d a pilot extr actor f or use in res ear ch and de vel opm ent. C ondu cted qua ntitative an aly sis with the use o f a
     spectrop hotom eter.
ADDITIO NAL INF O RM ATIO N
Lan gu ages:         English (native); Sp anish (b asic)
Studied in 1 0 c ountries ov er a thre e month p eriod: Jap an, China, Vietna m, M alaysia, I ndia, Egy pt, Tur key, Cro atia,
Italy, and M oro cco .
Comp uter Skills: Microsoft of fice ( Wo rd, Exc el, Po werP oint), U nix
A ctivities:           Thu nde rbird Ru gby te a m
NICHOLAS KEITH LUMPKIN
Contact Informati on:
Current Address: 5959 West Greenway Road, Glendale, AZ 85306       Phone: (949) 300-4815      Email: nlu mpkin@global.t-bird.edu
Alternate Address: 938 Via Lido Soud, Newport Beach, CA 92663

O BJECTIVE
  1) To acquire an analyst or portfolio management position focusing on international small-to-medium cap equities OR
  2) To obtain an entry level position within the Investor Relations department of a financial services company OR
  3) To acquire a sales associate position in a business-to-business setting within the United States or Australia

EDUCA TIO N
Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Management                                                              Glendale, AZ
Voted #1 MBA Program for International Business by the Wall Street Journal and U.S. News & World Report                    May 2005
MBA in International Management
Specialization: Finance and Entrepreneurship
Relevant Projects:
     • Financial Simulation Pro ject for Multinational Corporate Finance course
     • Wrote and presented a business plan for a potential start-up company
Winterim on Wall Street
Uni versidad de Autonoma                                                                                         Guadalajara, Mexico
     • Developed market expansion strategy for XM satellite radio in Latin America (Mexico)                           Su mmer 2004

Uni versity of Southern California                                                                                Los Angeles, CA
Bachelor of Science in Social Sciences (Psychology)                                                       September 1998-May 2002


P ROFESSIO NAL E XPERIENCE
Horton & Converse Pharmacies                                                                                         Los Angeles, CA
Operations Assistant                                                                                    September 2002-October 2003
   • Assisted the Director of Ho me Health Care in expanding the Home Health Care sector of the business through the marketing
        and selling of durable medical equipment and supplies to physicians and the public
   • Held ‗Open Houses‘ within several pharmacy locations while pro moting product and individual store locations
   • Conducted market research on ethnic demographics surrounding individual stores and immediate local co mpetition
   • Assisted detailers in organizing luncheons for physicians at numerous hospital locations
   • Organized information database of physicians in several specific hospital locations throughout the Los Angeles area
   • Created and distributed marketing materials including radio scripts and newspaper advertisements

On-sight Sales Clerk                                                                                               Costa Mesa, CA
    • Accounted for daily inventory and placed daily orders with regional wholesaler                      May 2000-September 2000
    • Distributed promotional materials to surrounding businesses for a pharmacy located within a major shopping mall

A DDITIONAL INFOR MA TION
Languages:             English (Native), Spanish (Conversant)
Computer Skills:       Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Bloo mberg (training), Ibotson (training)
Acti vities/Accolades:
     • Vice President of Thunderbird Rugby Football Club (Fall 2004), Voted Most Valuable Player
     • Entrepreneurship Track Chair for the Arizona Angel Investors Conference (December 2004)
     • Attended NACDS Pharmacy and Technology Convention in Philadelphia (September 2003)
     • Attended Med-trade Convention in Atlanta (October 2002)
PATRICK H OFFMA NN
Current: 15249 N. 59th Ave. P.O. Box 781, Glendale, AZ 85306 USA
E-m ail: PatrickHoffmann@global.t-bird.edu                                           Phone: (602) 684 -7629


OBJECTIVE/Q UALIFICATION
    Over 6 years of successful operational and managerial experience
    Succeeded bringing value to the clients and their business
    Focus and passion for strategic and global work


EDUCATION
Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Management                                     Glendale, AZ
MBA in International Management                                                              Jan ‗04 - Jan„05

International School of Management                                                       Dortmund, Germany
German Diploma in Business Administration                                                  Oct „93 - June „97
Specialization: International Management, Marketing, IT- Management

San Diego State University                                                                    San Diego, CA
Study Abroad Program: Marketing Entrepreneurship,                                          Aug ‗96 - Dec „96
International Taxation & Treaties, Organizational Behavior

P ROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Knowledge Intelligence AG (Consultancy)                                            Cologne, Berlin, Germany
Senior Consultant                                                                           Jan „02 - Sep „03

  Engineered and implemented entire project plan for 12,000 employee German waste management
   company‘s management information system (MIS). Completed project 25% sooner than planned.
 Constructed project finances, Euro 2.9 million, analyzed the project costs, reached goal within budget
  targets.
 Reduced client costs by Euro 2.5 million, increased client‘s revenues by 6% and achieved 25% reduction
  in work hours needed during first month of project for client‘s controlling department.
 Led 5 different project groups totaling 76 employees, successfully chaired weekly project status meetings
  management board and different project groups.
 Planned and realized project on time in 13 months, attained monthly group level goals.
 Benchmarked and analyzed external IT service providers and negotiated successfully with the three IT
  suppliers (SAP, Oracle, Navision) and reached prices.
Patrick Hoffmann                                                                                 Page 2

Kirchner + Robrecht Manage ment Consultants                                     Frankfurt, Berlin, Germany
Consultant                                                                               Nov „00 - Dec „01

 Successfully assisted in the development of direct sales strategies project worth
  Euro 2.5million for a major German charter airline, achieved target on time.
 Increased revenue by 32% over estimates, paid extra-bonus to all consultants.
 Planned and implemented new company call-center which increased call center revenue
  by 20%, trained all 125 call center agents every week in sales and marketing skills.

Unternehmungsberatung Roehricht (Consultancy)                                     Gelsenkirchen, Germany
Junior Consultant                                                                         Sep „98-Oct „00

 Re-organized a non-profit: completed project in 8 months and within budget,
  reduced client‘s costs by Euro 134,000 annually.
 Managed the marketing department of 5 employees.
 Analyzed accounting and controlling data, set up a new marketing plan.

German Delegate of Industry and Com merce                                                     Singapore
Associate in Company Pool ASEAN                                                      March „98- June „98

   Benchmarked various industries
   Elaborated on market entry strategies
   Successful negotiated with potential cooperation partners


A DDITIONAL I NFORMATION
Languages:       German (Native); English (Fluent); Italian (Fluent); French (Conversant)
Computer Skills: Proficient in Windows, Microsoft Office, MS-Project, Oracle, Cognos Powerplay,
                 SPSS, Internet
Activities:      President of the Thunderbird Consulting Club – Member of the Thunderbird Toastmaster
                 Club, Member of the Thunderbird Rugby Team
Awards:          Thunderbird President‘s Circle Award
•   Participant in the Joint Educational Program, a co mmunity based language program based on the interaction of students at the
    University of Southern Californ ia and young Hispanic students at local elementary schools in the Los Angeles area
•   Vice President of Gamma Tau Chapter of the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity
PETER SHEEHY               15249 N. 59th Ave., Bo x 1832, Glendale, AZ 85306 phsheehy@global.t-bird.edu   602-327-5712
MB A -International Manage ment – Finance Focus, JD, LLM


PROFESSIONAL PROFI LE:
  • Results-driven finance professional with over five years of corporate finance, tax, and legal experience
  • Strong leadership, cros s-cultural communications, ne gotiations, and analytical skills

E DUCATI ON:
2005   Thunderbi rd, The Garvin Sch ool of International Man agem ent; France and Arizon a
       Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Interna tional Man agement – Specialization in Finance
             o FORA D: Corporate Financial Management Co mpetition; factors included foreign exchange rate
                  exposure, options, synthetic and spread forwards, transfer pricing, and tax implications
             o Cisco pro-forma analysis
             o Corporate Consulting: Market Dev strategies for US-based company; on site visit to Cairo, Egypt
             o ―Mergers & Acquisitions: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach,‖ including valuation and pro-forma
                  analyses, tax issues, due diligence, and strategic framework development
2001   Uni versity of W ashington School of La w; Seattle, W ashington
       Master of Laws (LLM) in Taxation; graduated with honors
1999   Drake Univ ersity La w S chool; Des Moines, Iowa
       Juris Doctorate
1993   Uni versity of California; Davis, California
       Bachelor of Arts in Economics

E XPE RI E NCE:
Acquisition Anal yst Intern                                                                 2003-2004
Goldfinger Manage ment                                                                      Switzerland & Arizona
    • Conducted financial valuations of potential property acquisitions ranging in value from $50 to $400 million
    • Created financial analysis and acquisition action plan processes; reduced evaluation time by 30%
    • Completed industry research to locate potential acquisitions; identified properties in Europe and Asia
    • Performed due diligence, competitive analysis, and investor and lender presentations
    • Researched foreign exchange rate exposure and methods to limit exposure

Financi al Manag er / In-House Counsel                                                   2002-2003
RA MBL J Enterprises, Inc.                                                               Seattle, Washington
    • Increased revenue by 35% and income by 20%, through orga nic growth and ac quisitions
    • Identified cost reductions of over $22,000 in redundant assets
    • Renegotiated contracts to save the company $10,000 annually
    • Budgeted and forecasted revenues and expenses for op erations; strea mlined the budget process by 20 days
    • Conducted monthly financ ial reporting including income statement, balance sheet, cash flow, and pro -forma
    • Developed Partnership and Collaborative Agree ments to reduce expansion risks

M & A, Corpo rate, and Tax Transactional Attorney                                            2000-2002
Carney Badley Spellman                                                                        Seattle, Washington
    • Managed project that structured corpora te spin-offs so that gains were not recognized in deals ranging from $1
       million to several million dollars; saved corporations millions of dollars in taxes
    • Managed IRS negotiation projects; eliminated clients‘ tax liabilities ranging from $10,000 to $150,000
    • Advised clients on corpora te and international tax issues saving clients 15 % in taxes
    • Formed partnerships, corporations, and limited liability companies

Sales Man ager                                                                           1994-1997
Angelo‘s (Fine Men‘s Clothing)                                                           Missoula, Montana
    • Increa sed store sales reve nue by 35%
    • Negotiated contracts with vendors saving company 15% in costs

ADDI TIONAL I NFORMATI ON:
Languag es:        English (native), German (basic), French (basic)
Co mputer Skills:  Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, SPSS, @RISK
Activities:        Rugby Club, International Finance Society, Thunderbird pub bartender, Corporate liaison
R ICHARD L. A NDERSON
7100 W. Grandview Rd. Apt. 2021, Peoria, AZ 85382, (623) 523-9609, RLAnde rson@global.t-bird.edu

SUMMARY OF Q UALIFICATIONS
•   MBA candidate with 6 years of experience and success in marketing and sales in the US and Latin America:
    including channel, category, and brand management, managing projects, teams and budgets in cross-
    functional cross cultural environments
•   Multi-cultural (American and Mexican), Bi- lingual (English and Spanish)
•   Superior strategic thinking, communication, leadership, and team building skills
•   Fast learner, change agent and innovative problem solver with a passion for results

EDUCATION
Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Management                                      Glendale, AZ
MBA in International Management                                                                   April 2005
Specialization: Global Marketing – International Brand Management

University of New Mexico – Robert O. Anderson School of Management                          Albuquerque, NM
BBA – International Management                                                                          1998
BBA - Marketing                                                                                         1998
• Language Exchange program, Universidad Veracruzana, Veracruz, Mexico                                  1996
• Academic/Cultural Exchange, Universidad de Guanajuato, Guanajuato, México                             1998

P ROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE
P HILIP M ORRIS C OMPANIES INC.                                                                12/98 – 3/04
Philip Morris International - Mexico
National Trade Marketing Manager - Consumer                                                       Mexico DF
• Coordinated all promotional marketing activities, for 7 brand managers representing 9 brand families,
   in the planning and development of the annual national sales cycle plan
• Balanced the promotion calendar to achieve the highest levels of promotional implementation
   efficiency that PM Mexico had ever experienced
• Led development and implementation of US$3,000,000 Preferential Clients project which consisted of
   4 sales professionals and a project manager who focused on the negotiation and implementation of
   exclusive image contracts and event promotions in nightclubs, and points of sale in and around
   universities and airports. As a result Marlboro brand awareness increased, and maintained its
   leadership in its target market

Regional Trade Marketing Manager                                                Boca del Rio, Veracruz, Mexico
• Built partnerships between top 20 clients, the 200 person Field Sales Force, Trade Marketing and
   Marketing in order to achieve profitable objectives for all 9 brand families of PM products and to
   maximize business opportunities for clients
• Led the development and implementation of 15 tactical programs for regional promotions and
   merchandising programs increasing market share for PM brands from 57% to 60%
• Adapted national marketing initiatives to local markets by communicating with all levels of the sales and
   marketing organizations to maximize promotional integrity while insuring compliance to local markets
R ICHARD L. A NDERSON (623) 523-9609, RLANDE RS ON@ GL OB AL. T -BI RD.E DU
Philip Morris USA
Sales Development Associate                                                                           Austin, TX
• Managed a sales unit made up of 3 Territory Sales Managers representing US$27,000,000 in annual
   sales, reaching #1 position in the region in new brand introductions
• Provided unit with direction, and all of the necessary training, materials, and resources to execute
   objectives, increasing market share from 53% to 55% in a one year period
• Developed unit members capabilities through performance appraisals and subsequent training
• Managed 3 key accounts including HEB grocery stores, and UDS convenience stores, achieving a 5%
   increase in market share in a one year period

Territory Sales Manager                                                                         Laredo, TX
• Managed sales territory that consisted of 150 retail and wholesale accounts representing
   US$9,000,000 in annual sales
• Increased market share from 65% to 69% during a two year period by increasing the number of
   accounts participating in PM retail merchandising contracts and implementing business building
   recommendations, improving inventory management, and pricing strategies focused on Marlboro
   leadership pricing
• Managed 3 key accounts including Yates Petroleum and Arguindegui Oil, achieving a 3% increase
   in market share in a two year period

Quality Import Co.                                                                       Albuquerque, NM
E&J Gallo Division Sales Representative                                                          6/98 – 12/98
• Managed a US$4,000,000 sales territory of 15 retail accounts overachieving 6 month sales targets by 15%
• Introduced 5 new products, and promoted improved distribution of products through the
  implementation of tactical merchandising and category management principals

Tinder Box International                                                                    Albuque rque, NM
Marketing Manager                                                                                    6/96 – 5/98
• Developed and implemented 5 marketing plans, including new pricing models, inventory management, and
   merchandising
• Organized and implemented 20 promotional events such as cigar smokers at top tier restaurants aimed at
   improving store awareness with target consumers
• Conducted outside direct sales and service of cigar humidors and cigars; signed 30 top tier restaurants, to
   exclusive purchase and merchandising contracts

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languages: English (native), Spanish (fluent)
Computer Skills: Microsoft Office (Word, Power Point, and Excel) @Risk, SPSS, SAP
Activities:
• Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, Offices held:
        o Vice President, Recruitment Chairman, Alumni Chairman, Scholarship Chairman
• Thunderbird Student Government, Offices held:
        o 1st Trimester Representative, Academic Affairs Chairman,
        o Representative: Thunderbird Scholarship Committee, Thunderbird Honor Council
• Thunderbird Marketing Association
• Thunderbird Rugby Football Club
• Member National Society of Hispanic MBA‘s
ROBERT W CUNNINGHAM JR
5341 West Ian Drive, Laveen, AZ, 85339, 602-321-5007, rcunningham@global.t-bird.edu

SUM M ARY
• Customer relationship professional with extensive experience in the commercial vehicle industry
• Practical work experience streamlin ing corporate processes to improve efficiencies resulting in better service to the customer
• MBA candidate from Thunderbird graduate school consistently ranked #1 in international business by the Wall Street Journal

PRO FESSIO NAL EXPE RIE NCE
Cunningham Commercial Vehicles                                                                                                 Tolleson, AZ
$300M Freightliner, Sterling, Western Star Truck Dealership                                                                     1997 - 2004
Sales, Service and Parts Regional Account Manager                                                                                  (‟03-‟04)
• Supervised the truck sales, parts purchases and service operations of a regional customer base worth $1,100,000 annually
• Negotiated individualized purchasing plans between the dealership, vendor, individual customers and a nufacturer
                                                                                                               m
• Coordinated the co p any strategic sales, marketing and advertising initiatives in a cross functional
                        m                                                                                        f seven
tea om
• Participated in the entrepreneurial decisions molding the future of the company and the specific ro le of the outside sales team
               W
Used Truck a rranty Administrator                                                                                                      (‟02)
• Evaluated, processed, and filed used truck, trade-term warranty claims with monthly claims exceeding $20,000
• Streamlined co mmunication between departments improving efficiency and reducing the time be w een the operation and payment
                                                                                                        t
Fleet Sales Account Manager                                                                                                             (‟01)
• Managed the customer relationship and order cycle of fleet customer with annual purchases of 700 units worth $49,000,000
• Performed engineering order changes with the customer and manufacturer in the development of highly efficient truck specs
              C
Warehouse l erk                                                                                                                    (‟98-‟99)
• Coordinated inbound/outbound parcel shipments while managing the accuracy of inventory transac i ons for $2 million warehouse
                                                                                                          t
• Worked in conjunction with service department to streamline operational efficiency and reduce parts procurement lag time
Service Writer                                                                                                                         (‟97)
• Direct point of contact to the customer explain ing their service needs while utilizing software to provide time and dollar estimates

Dai mlerChrysl r e                                                                                                   Sao Paulo, Brazil
Marketing Intern                                                                                                           2003 - 2003
• Worked alongside and received personal training fro m DaimlerChrysler upper level manag m ent
                                                                                            e
• Conducted the development and production of a $500,000 mult inational marketing system that increased adherence to DCA G
  promotional guidelines and reduced bureaucracy for receiving event support
• Developed market research studies, contracted research companies, analyzed results and prepared findin s f or manage ment
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• Assisted in the production of a $600,000 pro motional display and represented Me    r
                                                                                      dce es Benz at international truck show

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints                                                                Florianopolis, Brazil
Full Time Missionary                                                                                                   1999 - 2001
• Made more than 3000 public and private presentations in the Portuguese language to groups as large as 300
• Coordinated and trained international missionary force and was directly responsible for the work o f 30 i ssionaries
                                                                                                          m

RELAT E D PRO JE CT
ASU Technopolis                                                                                                    Tempe, AZ
Entrepreneurial consultancy focused on the creation of viable business plans and entering foreign markets                  2004
Project Consultant – Human Protection LLC, a seat company based in Finland entering the US auto industry
• Consulted Human Protection on how to enter the US automotive industry with the Born2Go Intelligent Seat
• Performed SWOT and Five Forces Analysis of the US automotive seating market and made strategic recommendations for entry

EDUCATIO N
Thunderbir d, The Garvin School of International Management                                                                  Glendale, AZ
MBA in International Management                                                                                                 April 2005
Arizona State Uni versity, W.P. School of Business                                                                             Tempe, AZ
Bachelor of Science in Marketing
Ford Motor Company Certificate in Dealership Management

Languages: Native English; Fluent Portuguese; Conversant Spanish
SAMUEL R IDER C OWLEY
Current: 15082 N. 59t h Ave. Apt. 259, Glendale AZ. 85306; Tel. –(602) 920-7505
samcowley@global.t-bird.edu

EDUCATION
Thunderbird, the Garvin School of International Management                                                                Glendale, AZ
MBA in International Management                                                                                                May ‗03
                                                                                                                     Currently Enrolled
Specialization: Global Finance
Current GPA : 3.85

Uni versity of Utah                                                                                                 Salt Lake City, UT
Bachelor of Arts in Marketing                                                                                                  Jan. ‗02
Minor in Chinese
Honors: Dean‘s List
GPA: 3.76
GMAT Score: 680


P ROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE
Wuhan Guang Hua Pri vate School                                                                                       Wuhan, China
Marketing and Promotion                                                                                            Jan. ‘04 – July ‗04
• Work closely with the president of the school and individual departments to develop a marketing plan for
   the school.
• Prepare marketing materials for the school.
• Organize and coordinate the efforts of the School‘s Chinese speaking administration and English speaking
   volunteers.
• Organize and participate in school promotions for government officials, prospective clients and current investors.

Overstock.com                                                                                                      Salt Lake City, UT
Accounting and Fraud Prevention                                                                                      Sept. ‘03-Jan. ‗04
• Analyze buying patterns and purchase irregularities in order to prevent fraudulent orders.
• Work closely with law enforcement officials and financial institutions to devise better means of fraud prevention.
• Uncover new fraud schemes and imp lement protection devices.
• Cut costs through reduction of fraudulent orders and processing lag time.

Icon Consulting Group                                                                                               Salt Lake City, UT
Process Efficiency Consultant                                                                                         Jan. ‗00-Jan. ‗02
• Identify the areas of a process which can be adjusted to result in greater efficiency.
• Analyze a process and break it down into its basic components.
• Interview employees and end users to identify areas of strength and weakness.
• Consult with management and other team members to bring about positive change.
• Reduced the patient waiting time in a VA hospital phlebotomy laboratory from three
    hours down to five minutes.

ACS Business Process Solutions                                                                                      Salt Lake City, UT
Third Party Verification Agent for Chinese Clientele                                                                Dec. ‘98 – Dec.‘01
• Serve as a supervisor and quality control specialist for Chinese speaking agents.
• Translate script documents into Chinese in order to set benchmarks for quality and training.
• Train ing of new Chinese agents.
• Translated training documents into Chinese, resulting in a new quality standard which is still currently used.

Additional Information
Skills:               Solid background in all fields of business: Accounting, Finance, Marketing and Management
Languages:            English (Native), Cantonese (Fluent), Mandarin (Fluent)
Computer Skills:      Linux; @Risk; SPSS, Windows Office, Corel Office, Twinbridge
Acti vities:          Vice-President of Ski Club; Member of the Thunderbird Rugby Team, Haggis Rugby Team
                                                   Scott L. Harper
                          11014 N. 65th Ave. Glendale, AZ 85304 970-227-5352 s_harper@comcast.net




SUMMARY
I am an international marketing professional with 4 years of comprehensive experience in business development, public
relations, advertising, sales, and customer relationship management. I am seeking to join a team where I can utilize my
leadership, inter-cultural, business, and negotiation skills.


EDUCATION
Thunderbird University, the Garvin School of International Management                                             Glendale, AZ
MBA in International Management                                                                          Graduation: Dec. 2005
Specialization: Global Marketing

Colorado State University                                                                                    Fort Collins, CO
BS in Business Administration                                                                       Graduation: May 2000
Specialization: Marketing
Honors/Projects/ Accomplishments: President, Business College (’98-’99); President, Mortar Board Senior Honor
Society (’99-’00); President, Habitat for Humanity (’97-’00); Team Coordinator GM marketing internship; International
Orientation Leader (’97-’00); Top 10 Seniors Award; Golden Key Honor Society member; Sigma Iota Epsilon Honorary
business fraternity; Outstanding Leader Award as voted by peers; Leader and facilitator for an advanced leadership
course (PEAK).

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

April ’04-      San Jose Harley Davidson, Sales Associate, San Jose, California
                •    Led the sales force in motorcycle sales and parts and accessories sales for 3 out of 4 months.
July ‘04        •    Responsible for over $1 million in sales in approximately 4 months.
                •    Managed multiple customers and their accounts
                •    Negotiated and managed customer relationships .

                Motorcycle DetailZ, Inc., Director of Marketing, San Jose, California
Oct. ’03-
                •    Managed all marketing activities including endorsements, public relations, events, and more
April ‘04
                •    Managed multiple accounts ranging from small repair shops to large retailers and dealerships
                •    Responsible for all sales, revenues, and Customer Relationship Management

                Campbell Bread Baking Co., Account Manager, Campbell, California
Nov.’02-
Feb.2003         •   Negotiated shelf space and product placement in over 15 grocery stores
                 •   Delivered and managed accounts daily, including product rotation
                 •   Increased sales in the region by approximately 25% in just under 4 months.
                 •   Increased the number of accounts on the route by 15%.


Jan.            Network Associates, Inc., Santa Clara, California
2002-           International Event Planner, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, Japan
Sep.2002        •    Managed all onsite details of events (staffing, schedules, food and beverage, budget)
                •    Managed events ranging in size from 10 people to 1000 people
                •    Budget creation and management (up to $250,000)
                •    Acted as cultural liaison to facilitate efficient and effective business
                •    Researched and analyzed community sponsorships (internationally and nationally)
                •    Interacted (including presentations, introductions, etc.) with all levels of staff including executives.
2000-          United Car Care, Aurora, Colorado, Director of Marketing
2001           •   Started new marketing department for the company
               •   Created and maintained all relationships with advertising and design firms
               •   Initiated, designed, supervised, and implemented promotional events
               •   Researched and designed an incentive program to increase sales
               •   Created and distributed marketing materials including brochures, direct mailing pieces, newsletters,
                   banners and others.
               •   Designed and supervised the creation of two company web sites
               •   Wrote and was responsible for publication of all press releases
               •   Designed and completed two direct mailing campaigns
               •   Designed, researched and implemented a race sponsorship program in the NHRA


PERSONAL ACHIEVEMEN TS/ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
•   Languages: English (native); German (conversational); Spanish (beginner)
•   Raised over $1000 for Habitat for Humanity by riding my bicycle 575 miles in 7 days
•   Participated in a 10-day, 100-mile trek through the Annapurna Sanctuary in the Himalayan Mountains in Nepal.
•   Worked in and/or traveled to Mexico, Canada, Netherlands, Germany, Nepal, Australia, Guatemala, Japan, Thailand,
    Belize, Ghana, Caribbean Cayes, Italy, England, and Amsterdam.
•   Participated as an exchange student to Berlin, Germany when I was 11 years old—traveled to East Berlin. During
    that time I attended JFK Elementary German/American School in West Berlin.
SEAN P ATRICK KERRIGAN
15249 N. 59th Avenue #1719, Glenda le, AZ, 85306; 623.687.0558; spkerriga n@global.t-bird.edu

SUMMARY
•   Three years of experience as a Project Manager for com munity development projects in Central and South America,
    Africa, and the Middle East.
•   Technical and ana lytical background focused on researc h and development and innovative proble m solving skills.
•   Cross-cultural communication abilities enhanced through extensive travel and eight years of living experience in
    developing countries.

EDUCATION
Thunderbi rd, The Garvin Sch ool of International Man agem ent                                             Glendale, Arizona
MB A in International Ma nagement                                                                            December 2005
Specialization: International Development                                                                          3.77/4.00

Wh eaton College                                                                                            Wheaton, Illinois
MA in Biblical Theology                                                                                        August 2001

Georgi a Institute of Technology                                                                             Atlanta, Georgia
BS in Che mical Engineering                                                                                         May 2000
Engineer in Training (EIT): South Carolina Registration No. 15156

PROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE
W ater Missions International                               Ch arleston, South Ca rolina                         2001 - 2004
Process Engineer
• Coordinated the acquisition of the organization‘s largest s ingle project and subse quently became the Project Manager to
    complete the potable water, wastewater, stor m water, and irrigation water system in a Honduran orphanage.
• Managed the construction and installation of over 30 modular water treatment syste ms, each capable of serving 3000
    people in Honduras, Ecuador, Cuba, Iraq, Tanzania, and Uganda.
• Trained and supervised Hond uran e mployees responsible for installing modular water treatment syste ms and
    monitoring their long-tem sustainability.
• Developed organizational procedures f or project manage ment, treatment syste m review, and inventory management.
• Eliminated the need for costly replaceable filters in modular water treatment syste m, reducing the operating cost and
    increasing the sustainability of the system in developing countries.

Georgi a Institute of Technology                        Atlanta, Geo rgia                                        1999 - 2000
Particle Laden Fluid Mechanics Project Volunteer
• Designed and built a new liquid suspension bridge instrument to study particle laden fluid dispersion.

Georgi a Po wer                                           Atlanta, Geo rgia                                        1996 - 1999
Cooperative Education Engineer
• Initiated a new data interpretation and data entry process for PCB oils, soils, and water in order to strea mline the data
   approval process, which decreased turnaround time by one week.
• Assumed responsibility for training new employees on extraction and instrument procedures.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languag es:                  English (Native); Spanish (Conversant)
Co mputer Skills:            Windows 2000, NT: Mic rosoft Office, Microsoft Project, AutoC AD, @Risk, SPSS
Honors/ Awa rds:             Worldwide Scholarship recipient, Inve ntor for pe nding US paten Serial No. 10/891,863
Activities:                  International Development Association (Vice President), Thunderbird Ca mpus Ambassador,
                             Thunderbird Rugby Football Club (Vice President), Study Abroad Progra ms at Worc ester
                             College: Oxford, E ngland and Jerusalem Unive rsity College: Jerusale m, Israel, The Masters
                             Progra m, American Institute of Che mical Engineers, Sigma Chi Fraternity, Scuba Diving
S TEPHEN D . SHELDON OTERO
15248 North 59th Avenue #1584, Glendale, AZ, 85306; (917) 450-1843; Stephen.sheldon @gmail.com


S UMMARY
•   Extensive experience implementing software development projects for Fortune 50 companies.
•   Established and maintained strong customer relationships by consistently managing re quirements and expectations.
•   Possesses strong interpersonal, ana lytical, proble m solving, organizational and negotiating skills.
•   Overseas experience in over thirty countries in six continents.

ED UCATION
Thunderbi rd, The Garvin Sch ool of International Man agem ent                                               Glenda le, AZ
MB A in International Ma nagement                                                                             Spring 2006
Focus on Finance and Intrapreneurship.

Bo wdoin Coll ege                                                                                          Brunswick, ME
Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) and Visual Arts (Design)                              2001
Project: Studied and presented findings on the differences between Professional and Personal web sites.


PROFESS IONAL E XPERIENCE
Merkl ey + Pa rtners Interactive ( Omnico m)               New Yo rk City, NY                                           2004
Creative Technician (2004)
• Lead developer for all client websites rangin g in price from $100,000 - $500,000.
• Clients included: Pfizer, Novartis, AHS, BM W M oto rcycles, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide
• Designed and implemented Merkley‘s project management tool; reducing project setup time by 30 %

Euro RS CG Life Interaction ( Hav as)                   New Yo rk City, NY                                      2000-2004
Senior Developer (2003-2004)
• Lead developer in charge of managing and coor dinating large client projects worth over $200,000.
• During 3+ year tenure, completed more than 35 projects with a net worth of above $4,000,000.
• Clients included: GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Novartis, Amgen, Wyeth, Roche, TAP Pharmaceutical Produc ts
• Advised business developers during the creation of RFPs, SOWs and project timelines.
• Evaluated software upgrades and purchases necessary to maintain the company‘s competitiveness.

Technical Project Mana ger (2001-2002)
• Team leader responsible for creating and maintaining projects valued under $150,000.
• Effectively managed tea ms of artists and developers during maintenance phase of projects.
• Implemented and refined project cataloging and archiving syste m.

Graphic Designer (2001)
• Conducted maintenance and design on parent company projects.
• Produced professional quality websites valued up to $50,000.

Intern (2000 Summer)
• Assist in general website production. Graphic manipulation and c ontent updates to company websites.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languag es:         English (Native); Spanish (Fluent); Thai (Intermediate)
Co mputer Skills:   SPSS, @Risk, BestFit, Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outloo k)
                    C++, Java, HTML, XHTML, CSS, XML, Javascript, PHP, ASP, Actionscript, Photoschop, Flash
Activities:         Private Investor, Marketing Liaison of Rugby Football Club, Treasurer of Cricket Club
T HOMAS B RENNAN
Address: Thunderbird Campus Box 1510, 15249 North 59th Ave, Glendale, AZ 85306, Email: brennant@global.t-bird.edu, Phone: 610-742-0859


OBJECTIVE
A USA based marketing or brand management internship in a multinational firm that is expanding into or operating in China.


EDUCATION
Thunderbird, The Garvin Graduate S chool of International Management -                                                                  Glendale, AZ
MBA in International M anagement- Specializing in Global M arketing                                                                          Dec ‘05
Teaching assistant for Dr. Hassan Hosseini – Data Analysis (M anagerial Statistics)
• Responsible for teaching weekly review lessons, grading assignments and exams and holding office hours.
World Link Education – An intensive Chinese language program in Beijing that has considerably strengthened my language skills.         May – Aug ‘04

Bucknell University                                                                                                                    Lewisburg, PA
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration                                                                                               May ‘98
Kappa Sigma Fraternity – Social Chair ‘97 – ‗98
Varsity Track and Field – 110 M eter High Hurdles – Won medals in two decathlons.
Semester at Sea, University of Pittsburgh, Jan – M ay ‗97
• International studies program on a cruise ship with 5-day cultural immersion programs in South America,
Africa, and Asia where I researched urban and rural economic conditions in 10 countries.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
First S olar
• Currently working with a team to develop a global strategy for manufacturing solar panels for this German firm. Primary goal          Thunderbird
  is to recommend the most suitable location in Eastern Europe for a new manufacturing center and to forecast potential risk return.   Jan – Apr ‘05

Delaware Investments                                                                                                             Philadelphia, PA
Broker Services Consultant                                                                                                       Feb ’01 – Jan ‘04
• Provided marketing services to approximately 80 brokers and potential mutual fund shareholders per day. Efforts contributed to
  an increase in mutual fund accounts despite poor market conditions.
• Callers inquired about market conditions, investment opportunities, taxing policies, retirement plan properties, stock market
  figures, and about specific mutual fund accounts.
• Attained Series 6 License – Investment Co. Products / Variable Contracts Rep. Exam – Certified 6/11/01
• Attained Series 63 License – Uniform Securities Agent State Law Exam – Certified 10/30/01
• Communicated regularly with portfolio managers, wholesalers, and the legal department for mutual assistance regarding mutual
  fund accounts and participated in weekly meetings to discuss clients‘ issues and concerns.
• Processed financial transactions of mutual funds.

Motorola                                                                                                                         Shanghai, China
Training Specialist – POE (Performance Oriented English) Instructor                                                              Jul ’99 – Apr ‘00
• Initiated and implemented M otorola‘s POE program as the first POE instructor in the Shanghai office.
• Trained approximately 30 of M otorola‘s managers in Western business practices using English in business situations to prepare
  them for long-term international appointments so that they can adjust to a new social culture.
• Conducted bi-weekly meetings with top management to report on progress of the course and of the participants
• Training course topics included business presentations, business meetings, group debates, telephone negotiations,
  business e-mails and letters and business vocabulary and grammar.
• Introduced a distance learning system for off-site participants which enabled them to complete assignments

Nankai and Tianjin Universities                                                                                                      Tianjin, China
Business English Instructor                                                                                                        Aug ’98 – Jun ‘99
• Created and implemented an entire business English language course for over one hundred Ph.D. students in China.
• Course topics included resume writing, business letters, aptitude test preparation, American culture, interviews,
  graduate school application preparation, and public speaking.
• Taught the language course for a full academic year at two prestigious universities in northern China.
• Gave eight public lectures based on American culture to forums of approximately 800 students and faculty.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languages:               M andarin Chinese – Intermediate reading and speaking; English - Native
Computer S kills:        SPSS, @Risk, Excel, M icrosoft Word, Power Point, Access
Activities:              I am a member of Thunderbird‘s Rugby team, I have participated in five ten mile races, and I enjoy weight training
Personal Note:            I traveled for six months through South and Southeast Asia, living often in appalling conditions with only a backpack and
                         the money I saved. This experience fueled my risk-taking and adventurous nature. I can easily adapt and adjust to the
                         unfamiliar.
TIMOTHY D. PETTY
5959 West Greenway Road, #218, Glendale, AZ 85306 (917) 287-2783; timpetty@global.t-bird.edu

E DUCATI ON
Thunderbir d, The Garvin School of International Management                                                               Glendale, AZ
Voted #1 M BA Program for International Business by the Wall Street Journal and U.S. News & World Report.                   April 2005
Specialization: Marketing, International Brand Management

Uni versity of Richmond                                                                                             Rich mond, Virgin ia
Bachelor of Arts in History and Spanish.                                                                                          1998

Syracuse Uni versity Study Abroad                                                                                        Madrid, Spain
International marketing course included a semester long project to market the bagel in Spain. Through our team‘s                 1997
extensive consumer field research collected at supermarkets and hypermarkets, market segmentation studies through
mall intercepts and surveys, and cost analysis we concluded that the bagel be positioned as a tapa to satisfy Spanish
gastronomic tastes.

E XPE RIE NCE
AD-FAX MEDIA RES EARCH GROUP                                                                                            New York, NY
Sales Development Associate                                                                           September 2003-December 2003
• Increased subscriber base 35% by developing key partnerships with media co mpany executives
    raising yearly revenue by $5M.
• Improved brand awareness and measured customer satisfaction by conducting phone surveys to
    customers at over 300 companies.
• Provided daily, real time support to more than 500 subscribers with technical inquiries reducing
    client dissatisfaction by 10 points.
BALLINGER GOLD APPAREL, INC.                                                                                           New Yo rk, NY
Sales, Marketing, and Logistics                                                                            October 2001-August 2003
• Streamlined database management systems for the sales team ensuring targeted marketing efforts
    and boosting sales by 30%.
• Co mmun icated daily with the company warehouse and factories in the U.S. and in Asia to enhance
    inventory management and ensure timely delivery.
• Pro moted showings of Ballinger Go ld and Mary Lucille lines at bi-annual customer sample sales,
    trunk shows, and seasonal shows through mailings imp roving brand awareness.
YACK MEDIA S ERVICES , INC.                                                                                            New Yo rk, NY
Business Development, Account Manager                                                                            July 2000-April 2001
• Cultivated new business through 50 trade show presentations, 10 industry conferences, weekly street
     marketing efforts, and quarterly direct mailing campaigns.
• Managed 20 strategic partnerships with companies ranging from ISPs and web portals to wireless and cable
     companies providing superior customer service.
• Created extensive web editorial for live and on-demand online events across sports and music categories
     driving traffic to our site resulting in over 1,000 new users a day.
SALOMON S MITH B ARNEY INC.                                                                                            New Yo rk, NY
Portfolio Management                                                                                           March 1999-June 2000
• Supplied two Senior Portfolio Managers with a book of business of over $100,000,000 with quantitative
     and qualitative research of growth companies with equity and fixed inco me offerings.
• Initiated and led a mass mailing campaign to executives at Fortune 500 companies showcasing group‘s top
    performing accounts gaining 30 new, high-net worth clients with assets over $10,000,000.
• Conducted daily, high-volume equity trades for managed, discretionary accounts.
• Gauged client satisfaction with portfolio performance through phone based surveys.
Languages:               English (Native), Spanish (Fluent)
Computer Skills:         Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Go ldmine, A CT, A xys, Bloomberg, Webtrends, SPSS, Lindo, @Risk.
Acti vities/Accolades: Thunderbird Marketing and Rugby Club Sponsorship Manager, Voted Most Improved Player, Un iversity of
                         Rich mond Men‘s Rugby Club 1997, Recipient of the Ed mund Law Rogers Scholar Athlete Award 1997.
                         Galactic Street Team Leader, 2002. Thrive on spontaneous situations demonstrated by my deep passion for
                         playing and listening to live, improvisational music.
TODD G. WITT (MAJ USMCR)
Work: Defense Intelligence A gency, Joint Chiefs of Staff, J2X, Pentagon, Rm BE735, Washington, DC 20340-5100
Home: Thunderbird Campus, 15249 N. 59th Ave, # 438, Glendale, AZ 85306 Tel: (910) 382-1888, Email: toddgwitt@global.t-bird.edu

SUMMARY
•   MBA Candidate with over 5 years of experience and success in managerial and operational positions.
•   Demonstrated ability to effectively lead people; vigorously willing to accept new and challenging assignments and ability to work
    well with people on a one-on-one basis as well as in large teams.
•   Superior interpersonal skills: solid public speaker with a reserved demeanor; thorough and succinct with oral and written
    communication.

EDUCATION
Thunderbir d, The Garvin School of International Management                                                               Glendale, AZ
MBA in International Management                                                                                            August 2005
Focus: Finance
Projects: Regional Business Environment: Latin America - “Export Arizona: Opportunities in the Chilean Market”

Virginia Military Institute                                                                                             Lexington, VA
B.A. in Economics                                                                                                                1994

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE - Captain, Intelligence, United States Marine Corps, Acti ve Duty
2 nd Marine Di vision, Combined J oint Task Force-Horn of Africa                                                         2002-2003
Combined Joint Task Force Intelligence Liaison Officer                                                    Ethiopia/Djibouti, Africa
• Selected from over 50 candidates to serve in the capacity as an Intelligence Liaison Officer to the Joint Special Operations Task
     Force and to the U.S. Embassy Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
• Routinely provided written reports and products regarding terrorist threat activity, U.S. Embassy Anti-Terrorist planning, and
     coalition Counter-Terrorist efforts.
• Spearheaded the planning and conduct of first-ever bilateral CT training between the Joint Task Force and newly formed Ethiopian
     battalion in Hurso, Ethiopia as well as the new Africa Contingency Operations Training Assistance program in Awash, Ethiopia.
• Presented the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation medal for superior performance during the deployment.

2 nd Force Reconnaissance Company, II Mari ne Expeditionary Force                                                        2000-2002
Reconnaissance Detachment Commander                                                                  Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
• Selected as the Detachment Commander of a Reconnaissance Unit of 46 Marines and Sailors to spearhead combat operations as
      part of Operation Enduring Freedom.
• Participated in the mission planning and conduct of real world reconnaissance missions to include: joint observation posts with
      Anti-Taliban Forces, an airfield survey mission with an Air Force Special and Navy Special Operations Units in Afghanistan.
• Managed the training, discipline, welfare, administration and morale of 46 Marines and Sailors.
• Selected as the Maritime Special Purpose Force Commander for the Marine Expeditionary Unit, Special Operations Capable by
      planning and conducting direct action missions and precision raids against high value targets.
• Managed an account worth over $2,500,000 USD of specialized equipment and weapons.

Reconnaissance Company Commander
• Managed the training, discipline, welfare, administration and morale of 147 Marines and Sailors.
• Planned and led the execution of ground/amphibious reconnaissance operations for 2nd Marine Div ision.
• Trained platoons for the assignment to Reconnaissance Detachments for Mediterranean Deployments.

Assistant Intelligence Officer/Assistant Officer in Charge, Ri verine Training Team                                            1999-2000
Special Operations Training Group, II Marine Expeditionary Force                                       Courthouse Bay, North Carolina
Assistant Intelligence Officer
• Provided Signals Intelligence, Human Exp loitation Intelligence and other general intelligence support to the staff and the Marine
    Expeditionary Units undergoing the Special Operations Capable evaluations.
• Assisted in the development of the MEU Pre-deployment Train ing Program scenarios; researched and acquired materials and
    props to construct exact replicas of real world threat capabilities in line with scripted scenarios; ensured the fluid integration and
    subsequent evaluation of the MEU intelligence assets.
TODD G. WITT (MAJ USMCR)
Assistant Officer in Charge, Riverine Training Team                                            Puerto Iniridia and Bogotá, Colo mbia
• Tasked as part of a counter-narcotics training plan for Central and South America imp lemented by the Commander in Ch ief,
    United States Southern Command.
• Led group through progressive training that enhanced the operational abilities of the riverine combat elements.
• Organized instruction on weapons training (M-16, M-4, M-9, Galil, M 240, M 203, M-14, SA-77, .50Cal, M-60); riverine tactics;
    navigation; communications; patrolling; combat water survival; board, search & seizure; drug identification; mechanics classes
    and more.

Marine Aircraft Group 29                                                                                              1997-1999
Assistant Intelligence Officer                                                                         New River, North Carolina
• Provided intelligence support through oral and written presentations for 6 Marine Aviation squadrons.
• Developed a Group wide country brief on Bosnia-Herzegovina and additional training for incoming Marines.
• Selected as the Instructor of the Anti-Terrorism briefing for all indiv iduals deploying outside the United States.

Operations Officer                                                                   Stuttgart, Germany and Sarajevo, Bosnia
• Prepared, facilitated and presented over 60 operational briefings for the Commanding General, coalition members fro m the
   United Kingdom, Germany, France and the Netherlands and representatives from various government agencies.

QUALIFICATIONS
Job-Related Training Courses:
Officer Candidate School Graduate – 1993; Basic Officers Course Graduate – 1995; Dynamics of International Terroris m Course
Graduate – 1997; Expeditionary Warfare Intelligence Course Graduate – 1997; Naval Intelligence Officer Basic Course Graduate –
1997; Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Officer – 1998; High Risk Threat Course Graduate – 1999; Basic Reconnaissance Course
Graduate – 2000; USMC Co mbatant Diver Course Graduate – 2000; USMC Martial Arts Tan Belt Certification – 2002

PERSONAL AWARDS
Joint Service Co mmendation Medal – For efforts in Ethiopia and Djibouti, Africa
Joint Service Co mmendation Medal – For efforts in Stuttgart, Germany and Sarajevo, Bosnia
Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal – For efforts associated with 2nd Force Reconnaissance Company
Co mbat Action Ribbon – For actions in Afghanistan

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Language: Spanish (Conversant). Attended an immersion program in both Guatemala & Mexico
Security Clearance: Department of Defense Top Secret, Special Co mpartmented Information
Activities: Operations Officer of the Thunderbird Honor Council, Thunderbird Rugby Football Club
                          Toshiyuki Suemune
Current:      15249 N. 59th Avenue Box#556, Glendale, AZ 85306-6000 USA
              (602) 318-5859 (Cell),
              suemunetoshiyuki@global.t-bird.edu
Permanent:    4-37-22 Seta Setagaya-ku Tokyo, Japan. 158-0095
              (81) 3-3708-7851 (Home)
              suemunetoshiyuki@global.t-bird.edu

Job Objective
Import/Export, International Development, and Project Management

Education
Thunderbird, the Garvin School of International Management        Glendale, AZ
MBA Program                                                       Aug. ‘04 – Present
Glendale Community College                                        Glendale, AZ
Financial Accounting, Business, and English                       Jun. ‘04 – Aug. ‗04
Thunderbird Executive Education                                   Glendale, AZ
Pre-MBA Program                                                   Feb. ‘04 – Apr. ‗04
Thunderbird Executive Education                                   Glendale, AZ
Customized English Program                                        Aug. ‘03 – Jan. ‗04
Nihon University                                                  Shizuoka, Japan
International Relations, North America & Latin America            Apr. ‘98 – Mar. ‗02

Professional Experience
Toko Kaiun Kaisha, Ltd.                                           San Francisco, USA
Resident Officer                                                  Aug. ‘03 – Present
Toko Kaiun Kaisha, Ltd.                                           Tokyo, Japan
Operations for South East Asia                                    Apr. ‘02 – Aug. ‗03
   • Managed ship‘s schedule
   • Coordinated ship‘s movements
   • Studied foreign ports to improve business

Additional Information
Languages:            Japanese (Native); English (Conversant)
Computer Skills :     Windows / Word / Excel / PowerPoint
Activity:             Thunderbird Rugby Club / Thunderbird Japan Club /
                      Thunderbird Golf Club / Thunderbird Hunt & Fish Club
Award:                Thunderbird Rugby Club President Award Dec. ‗03
Travels:              China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia,
                      Singapore, Malaysia, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Italy,
                      France, and UK

Letters of recommendation and complete dossier are available of request.
U LI HEITZ
6945 E Virginia Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85257; (480)663-6272; uli_heitz@gmail.com

O BJ E CTIVE :   To obtain a project manager or consulting position within the Golden Bear Corp. in order to leverage my
back ground skills and experience in golf, construction and land development .

E DUCATI ON
Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Management                                                   Glendale, AZ
Master of Business Administration in International Manage ment
Specializing in Corporate Consulting                                                                     December, 2005
Study Abroad: Analyzed businesses and cultu res in Brussels and Prague                                      January, 2005
Coursework includes: Regional Business Environ ment – Europe, and Cultural Language Tools – Germany
Formulated and presented a marketing plan for penetration into India for Affordable Kiosks in Tempe Arizona

Pacific Lutheran University                                                                                    Tacoma, WA
Bachelor of Arts in Economics                                                                                          2001
   • Member Omicron Delta Epsilon, National Economics Honor Socie ty
   • Member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Texas A&M University Chapter
   • NCA A Division III All-American Tea m - Golf

P ROFESSI ONAL E XPE RIE NCE
Delta Farms, Ltd.                                                                                     Mazabuka, Za mbia
Project Manager                                                                                                  1996-1998
    • Managed and led multiple enginee ring, construction, and land development projects including:
        o The construction of a 14km irrigation canal, involving 5 pump stations and a pipeline irrigation system
           servicing a 5,000 acre farm
        o The construction of roads, watershed syste ms, agricultural development, and commercial real estate, and the
           on-site supervision of over 200 e mployees.

J.J. Bakosh Construction, Inc.                                                                         Fountain Hills, AZ
Assistant Project Man ager                                                                                     2002-2004
    • Managed complex and time-sensitive re modeling projects for over 30 customers
    • Worked with the company President to direct the bid process, estimates, trade schedule coordination, and the on -
        site supervision the c onstruction process
    • Performed AutoC AD drafting services for projects demanding regulatory approval and compliance
    • Negotiated and developed innovative partnerships and binding legal agreements with strategic clients

Drafting Consultant (Jan 04 – Aug 04)                                                                        Scottsdale, AZ
    •   Outsourced drafting work for construction companies and designers
    •   Worked with designers to bring plans up to code

A DDI TIONAL I NFORMATI ON
Languages:       English - Native
Computer Skills: AutoCAD 2004, AutoCAD Architectural Desktop 2004, MS Office
Activities:      ● Played golf for the Za mbian national team ● NGA Professional Golf Tour Me mber ● Organized and
                    coached a league soccer team in Za mbia, leading the m to a division title ● Thunderbird 1st Team
                    Rugby Player and club Treasurer ● Intra mural Soccer Tourna ment Participant ● Climbed Mount
                    Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa ● Volunteer at a neighborhood cleanup project for South
                    African shantytowns ● Ta ught Southern African history to a home-schooled fa mily ●
Additional Achievements
   •   Student Government 1 st Tri-Semester Representative (elected) & TSG Europe Treasurer (selected)
   •   Habitat for Hu manity G.E. Capital Department Leader
   •   Runner – 10K & 5K competitive races/ Thunderbird Rugby Team: Flanker Position

				
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