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MBA Candidate, 2019

Caroline was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Stanford University. Prior to business school, she worked as a financial analyst at Regions Financial Corporation. She is currently a 1st year MBA candidate at the Scheller College of Business.



Julius Gebhard-KoenigsteinJoshua Gorman

MBA Candidate, 2020

Josh was born in Puerto Rico, but has lived in Atlanta for most of his life. He received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Clemson University as well as a M.S. in Civil Engineering from Georgia Tech. He spent the last 3 years in Atlanta working with a Structural Engineering Firm on high-rise commercial construction projects. He is currently a first-year MBA candidate at the Scheller College of Business.





Peter-FlaaenPeter Flaaen

MBA Candidate, 2020

Peter grew up in Detroit, Michigan before moving to Atlanta, Georgia in 2006. He received his B.S. in Biology from the University of Georgia. He spent the past three years in non-profit management working with a homeless service provider. He is currently a first year MBA candidate at the Scheller College of Business.






Brian CayceBrian Cayce

Gray Ghost Ventures

As Vice President of Investments at Gray Ghost Ventures, Brian brings experience in both the for- profit and not-for-profit sectors in developed and developing countries. He has been involved with sourcing, underwriting, monitoring and managing direct investments in innovative early-stage ventures since joining GGV in 2005. He was instrumental in establishing the Impact Ventures team, as well as building the initial GMC social investment portfolio.

Jay CranmanJay Cranman

Hands on Atlanta

A consultant, social good strategist, teacher and startup junkie, Jay has worked for Fortune 500s, small startups and nonprofit organizations. He currently spends his days as CEO of Hands On Atlanta, tackling Atlanta's most pressing needs through innovative programs and campaigns that engage people across the city in service. In addition, he teaches at Georgia Tech on the topics of social entrepreneurship and strategy consulting.

Katie BeachamKatie Beacham


Katie has devoted her career to activating business as a force for good and leads CSR at Fiserv, the most preferred brand in financial services technology and one of Fortune's World's Most Admired Companies for four years in a row. Her responsibilities include corporate philanthropy, volunteerism, nonprofit partnerships, disaster response, employee hardship support, sustainability, and impact measurement and reporting.

Julius Gebhard-Koenigstein


Julius is a new board member and former student leader for GSVC. He holds a Bachelors degree in Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and an MBA from Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business. He is currently a consultant in the Strategy and Operations divison of Deloitte focusing on supply chain. 



Brian GoebelBrian Goebel

Emory University

Brian serves as the Managing Director for Social Enterprise at Goizueta (SE@G), a research center within Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, which works to generate meaningful societal impacts by making markets work for more people, in more places, in more ways. In this role, Brian manages the Center’s collection of innovative fieldwork programs and student activities that boost neighborhood vitality in Atlanta through micro-business development, strengthen coffee grower communities in Latin America through new direct-trade business models, and develop the next generation of principled social enterprise leaders through experiential learning.

Faculty Advisor

Dori is the Assistant Director of the Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship (ILE), GSVC’s host organization within the Scheller College of Business at Georgia Tech. She leads Tech’s social innovation competitions, runs the IMPACT Speaker Series, and teaches courses on Social Entrepreneurship. As the faculty advisor for GSVC she works closely with the student leadership team and coordinates the partnership with Berkeley.