Clare is a VP of E-Commerce at Johnnie-O in Santa Monica, California, and formerly worked as a client relations associate at Chilton Trust. A supporter of CitySquash, Squash Haven, and StreetSquash, Clare earned a B.A. from Cornell University, where she played on the varsity squash team, and later studied at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising.
Aaron is an Analyst in COG Customer Solutions at Chubb, with a specific focus on the expansion and development of digital products, distribution channels, marketing capabilities and overall market penetration. Previously, he worked as a Cyber Liability Underwriter at Chubb and a Production Manager for A&E Biography. Aaron earned a B.A. from Indiana University, and is an avid drummer and guitarist. Aaron is involved with LIFT, Legal Information for Families Today, and the Central Park Conservancy. Aaron plays singles and doubles squash at the University Club in New York.
Cecelia is an elementary school teacher at Bridge Academy Rising in Oakland, CA. Before moving to California, Cecelia worked in New York as Senior Director of Supplementals Curriculum at Amplify and an Investment Banking Analyst at J.P. Morgan. Previously, she played professional squash, reaching a world ranking of 62. Cecelia graduated from Harvard where she captained the varsity women’s squash team, and is a two-time National Champion, a two-time Ivy Champion, and was a second team All-American and academic All-Ivy. Cecelia has volunteered with CitySquash and Forte Preparatory School in Queens.
Alex is a Vice President Portfolio Manager at RBC Capital Markets. A native of Philadelphia and resident of New York, Alex is a supporter of SquashSmarts and CitySquash. Alex earned a B.A. from Cornell, where he was a captain and All-American on the varsity team squash, and represented the United States at the World Junior Championships and the World University Games.
Taylor is the Associate Director of Admission at St. Andrew’s School in Middletown, Delaware, where he also coaches squash, soccer, and tennis. Taylor earned his B.A. from Williams College, where he was captain of the varsity squash team and first team All-NESCAC. Taylor currently coaches the boys and girls varsity squash teams at St. Andrew’s.
Christian is Head of Strategy at the Premier Lacrosse League, an American professional field lacrosse league. Previously, he served as Special Projects Manager at Rabil Ventures. Prior to joining Rabil Ventures, Christian was a Manager on the Funding Circle Capital Markets team where he helped build Funding Circle’s North American institutional financing platform. Christian began his career working at StreetSquash as a Squash Director for the 6th, 7th and 8th grade teams. Christian graduated from Williams College, where he served as captain of the squash team.
James is a Vice President within the Global Banking & Fiscal Relations Team at BNP Paribas in New York City and was previously a Senior Associate at KPMG’s Financial Services Management Consulting practice. James earned his B.A. from the University of Western Australia and NYU. James was captain of the NYU squash team, played for Singapore’s junior national team, and worked as a coach at Ultimate Squashers Junior Squash Program in Singapore.
West is a Strategic Account Manager for AdWerx in Durham, North Carolina, and previously was a systems engineer at Citrix. A native of New York City, West volunteered at CitySquash. West earned his B.S. from Duke University, where he played on the college squash team.
Eliza is a board member of SEA’s Detroit based member program, Racquet Up. Previously, she was Sponsorship and Partnership Management Coordinator for the National Football League in New York and a sales assistant to the Luxury Director at Vogue Magazine. Eliza earned her B.A. from Princeton University, where she played on the varsity squash team.
Brian is a Private Equity Associate at Morgan Stanley in New York City. Previously, he served as an Investment Banking Analyst at J.P. Morgan. A native of Wyndmoor, PA, Brian earned a B.A. from Dartmouth College, where he co-captained the varsity squash team.
Ryan is a Senior Associate at Renne Public Law Group in San Francisco and previously worked as a law clerk to the Honorable Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar in the Supreme Court of California. Ryan served as a squash director at StreetSquash and now volunteers at SquashDrive. Ryan earned his B.A. from Vassar College, where he was vice captain of the varsity squash team, and a J.D. from Stanford University Law School.
Tyler is a Research Analyst at Cramer, Rosenthal, McGlynn in New York City, and was previously an associate at Credit Suisse. Tyler earned his B.A. from Amherst College where he was the captain of the varsity squash team. After Amherst, Tyler went on to complete an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business.
Charlie is the Director of High School Placement at CitySquash in New York City, where he supports students interested in attending boarding or private high schools. Prior to joining CitySquash, Charlie worked as the Squash Director at MetroSquash in Chicago. He earned his B.A. from Hobart and William Smith Colleges, where he played varsity squash, and is a graduate of The Millbrook School.
Reyna is an Analyst at Goldman Sachs in New York. She was the first graduate from the SEA network to play squash professionally and reached a ranking in the top 100 in the world. An alumna of Access Youth Academy in San Diego, Reyna earned her B.A. from Columbia University, where she played on the varsity squash team and was a Bill and Melinda Gates Scholarship recipient.
Fletcher is an Associate at Littlejohn & Co., a private equity firm with over $8 billion under management that invests in middle market companies across a broad range of industries. Previously, Fletcher was an investment banker in Deutsche Bank’s Leveraged Finance group in New York. Fletcher graduated from Dartmouth College, where he was captain and MVP of the varsity squash team and served as a coach for the local junior squash program. A Cincinnati native, Fletcher lives in New York and enjoys playing singles and doubles squash and competing in soccer leagues.
Valentin is an Analyst at Moore Capital Management, a global investment management firm headquartered in New York. Prior to joining Moore Capital, Valentin was an Analyst at Nexos Capital, a New York-based private equity firm focused exclusively on investments in smaller U.S. based companies in the alternative energy, media, and retail sectors. Valentin hails from El Salvador and is a mentor at CitySquash. He earned a B.A. from Middlebury College, where he played on the varsity squash team, and lives in New York.
Maggie is a Principal at Amity Search Partners, an executive search firm serving global recruitment needs of private equity, hedge fund, and asset management firms. Previously, Maggie worked at Booker Software, where she was a Business Development Analyst. In addition to volunteering for CitySquash, Maggie is involved with SEA’s partnership with Choate Rosemary Hall, the Connecticut boarding school where she went to high school and where SEA sends students each summer. A Locust Valley native, Maggie moved to New York City after earning her B.A from Cornell University, where she captained the varsity squash team.
Matt is an M.B.A. candidate at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. Previously, he worked as an Analyst on the CMBS Trading and Structuring Desk at J.P. Morgan Chase in New York. Matt is on the Choate Young Alumni Task Force and involved with SEA’s partnership with Choate Rosemary Hall’s summer school program. Matt earned his B.A. from the Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania, where he played on the varsity squash team.
Dan is a Manager of Promotions at e-commerce company Wayfair in Boston. Prior to joining Wayfair, Dan worked as Associate Director of Data Science & Analytics at Publicis Sapient, a digital marketing company in New York City. Dan has volunteered and supported CitySquash, in addition to serving on the Leadership Council and as a homeless outreach volunteer at the Bowery Residents’ Committee in New York. Dan earned a B.A. in economics from Hobart & William Smith Colleges, where he co-founded the “Give Me Five” program, recruiting student volunteers to serve at the Boys and Girls Club of Geneva. Dan played four years of varsity squash at Hobart, where he was named a CSA Scholar Athlete, and a three-time member of the Liberty League All-Academic Team