Our Team 

The Students Behind the Organization


Filip Orth

Marketing Project Manager

Filip is a management, political science, international business and entrepreneurship student at Santa Clara University from Bratislava, Slovakia. During his time at SCU, he was the President at the Santa Clara Venture Capital Association as well as was a part of SCU´s team at the Venture Capital Investment Competition. He was also a board member in the Student Advisory Board and recently, he joined the Associated Student Government as a Senator At-Large for Entrepreneurship.

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Anna Morris

Marketing Project Manager

Anna is a finance, psychology, and business analytics student at Santa Clara University from Fort Worth, Texas. During her time at Santa Clara University, she was the Finance and Office Manager for Activities Programming Board, where she ran a $250,000 budget. In this coming year, she will continue to be a Teaching Assistant for Contemporary Business Issues and an Ambassador for the Leavey School of Business.


Chloe Scocimara

Finance Project Manager

Chloe is a junior at Santa Clara University’s Leavey School of Business, where she studies accounting and information systems and business analytics. During her sophomore year, she was the treasurer of Chaarg, an all-girls health and fitness club. This year, she will be an officer for the SCU Accounting Association. She is also a member of Alpha Phi Fraternity and a campus ambassador for Wiley Efficient Learning.


Harrison Hayes

Finance Project Manager

Harrison Hayes is a senior finance major from Chicago, Illinois who initially came to Santa Clara to play baseball. He joined ZiM in the fall of his junior year and enjoys working with the organization and using his skill set to help others in need. As Investment Officer, Harrison created and manages an endowment fund to increase the size of loans and capabilities for the Microfinance Association.


Tess Sestito

Operations Project Manager

Tess Sestito is a finance, business analytics, and women’s and gender studies student from Boston, Massachusetts. Her involvement with ZiM began when she was a student in Professor Le’s Global & Cultural Environment of Business course. Tess has previously spent time working in India and the UK and is passionate about the intersection of business and social impact. 


Director of Operations

Long S. Le

Long S. Le is a lecturer in management and director of the international business program at Santa Clara University. His scholar and teaching interests include global business with focuses in design thinking, study abroad, social entrepreneurship, and spirituality in the workplace. He received his B.A. from the University of Delaware, and his Ph.D. from the University of Houston.

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