The Students Behind the Organization
Brendan is a sophomore at the Leavey School of Business studying finance with a minor in computer science. Originally from Chicago, he is a member of the SCU Investment Banking Club and SCU Finance Association. Brendan hopes to use his computer science background to integrate fintech and other software solutions into the ZiM platform. Through ZiM, he hopes to help entrepreneurs around the world achieve their personal and financial goals.
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.
Finance Project Manager
Connor is a junior studying accounting in the Leavey School of Business. Originally from San Mateo, CA, he has been a member of the Santa Clara University Men’s Basketball Team from 2019-2021. Connor first learned about ZiM through his microfinance class and hopes to use his education to continue helping underserved and marginalized communities around the world.
Operations Project Manager
Emma is a junior political science major and international business minor from Chicago, IL. She currently serves as a mentor for the Women in Business Club and the Vice President of Panhellenic for Delta Gamma fraternity. Throughout her time at Santa Clara University, she has also worked as a Peer Educator for an international economics and development course and the Associate Editor of the international business minor blog.
Antonio is a junior from San Jose studying management at the Leavey School of Business. He is also a LEAD Scholar and member of SCU Sports Business. Antonio holds a number of leadership positions at Santa Clara including as a Marketing Intern for SCU Athletics and Co-Cultural Chair for the LatinX Student Union. His passion for ZiM stems from his personal experiences growing up with immigrant parents and his desire to give back to his community.
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.