Our founders and leadership team have extensive experience coaching and developing students. Together we’ve partnered with experienced young alumni who bring relevant and actionable guidance to undergraduates who aspire to enter a number of high-impact industries.
SCHOOL LEADERSHIP TEAM
Taylor Schuster – Wheaton College
Taylor is a Senior Analyst with McKinsey & Company, a global management consultancy. He is primarily focused in advising financial institutions. Prior to joining McKinsey, Taylor interned with Barclays Investment Bank in New York City and Slalom Consulting in Chicago.
Taylor graduated summa cum laude from Wheaton College with a major in economics and minors in computer science and mathematics. He served on multiple worship teams, helped start the Student Alumni Board, and strove to grow an entrepreneurial spirit on campus through leading the Wheaton College Shark Tank Competition and The Space, a co-working center for student entrepreneurs. This fall, Taylor plans to attend the University of Chicago Booth School of Business as a first year MBA student.
Taylor is passionate about helping students navigate their early career paths. He enjoys coffee, cars, and spending time with his wife.
Andrew Fultz – Covenant College
Andrew works in Dallas as a Real Estate and Construction Associate at Lockton Companies, the world’s largest privately-held insurance brokerage. Prior to Lockton, Andrew interned as a Supply Chain Analyst at Cohn & Gregory, a Piping and Metal Supply distributions company, and he managed one of the top-performing Chick-fil-A restaurants in the nation.
Andrew graduated from Covenant College in 2018 with a degree in Economics and Business. While at Covenant, Andrew served in operational leadership roles through Student Senate, American Enterprise Institute (AEI) Executive Council, as well as Captain of the Triathlon Team. He was also inducted into the International Economics Honor Society (Omicron Delta Epsilon).
During his senior year, he helped launch the Covenant College chapter of Vocational Capital and since then has managed the operations each year.
Because of the individuals who have invested in him, Andrew focuses on giving back and investing in others around him – through relationships, entrepreneurial ventures, and recruiting the best and brightest to move to Dallas.
Andrew Huang – Gordon College
Andrew is an Associate with L.E.K. Consulting, a global management consulting firm. Prior to joining L.E.K., Andrew spent two years as an Investment Analyst at Cambridge Associates, a global investment firm. While at Cambridge Associates, he focused primarily on private equity, venture capital, and growth equity fund investments. Before joining Cambridge Associates, Andrew interned in Boston with State Street and in Hong Kong with JLL, a global commercial real estate firm.
Andrew graduated from Gordon College in 2018 with dual majors in finance and business administration. While at Gordon, he led the Business Club (formerly Economics & Business Organization) and Student Investment Fund. He also served as a student ambassador, a student research analyst with Gordon’s Institutional Research Office, and as a member of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) Executive Council at Gordon.
Andrew is passionate about mentorship and helping undergrad students leverage their interests, talents, and networks to launch their careers. He has experienced Vocational Capital’s impact firsthand and continues to be excited about the opportunity to mentor and invest in others in the future. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, exploring National Parks, playing tennis, brewing coffee, and skiing (preferably in Colorado).