Brigid McEntee graduated from the Dolan School of Business at Fairfield University with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and a minor in Psychology in 2011. While at Fairfield University, Brigid was involved in the Head Start program in Bridgeport, participated in a service trip to New Orleans, and was involved with the Westport Police Athletic League as a lacrosse coach. In 2011, Brigid began working at Digitas Inc., a digitally-led, integrated brand agency. At Digitas, Brigid participated in the Hearts in Action program and was a member of the 2011-2012 community service team. Brigid is currently a Digital Producer at Factory Design Labs, a full service marketing and advertising agency. 

Philip deGrouchy attended Duke University, receiving his Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy, minoring in Economics and obtaining a Certificate in Markets and Management Studies in May 2011. He began his career as an Analyst in the Financial Institutions Group at the Royal Bank of Scotland, focusing on coverage and structuring for its bank clients. He is currently an Analyst on the Trading Desk at SecondMarket, Inc., primarily dealing with analyzing and trading esoteric asset-backed securities. Philip is a member of SecondMarket Impact, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, founded to support and encourage the philanthropic endeavors of SecondMarket, Inc. Each year, Impact partners with anchor charities that contribute to a variety of social, economic and environmental programs, promoting education, entrepreneurship and community building. Outside of the office, Philip is engaged with New York Cares, and is working towards becoming a Team Leader.

Katherine Moore is a Staff Accountant on 21st Century Fox's Consolidations team.  She has a Masters and a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Fairfield University.  Katherine also spent a semester studying at Regents College in London, England.  At Fairfield University, she was on the Executive Board of Colleges Against Cancer as the Secretary and Fight Back Chair and took various service trips to New Orleans and Washington, DC.  Katherine’s previous work experience includes internships at Capstone Advisory Group and Fairfield University’s Office of Residence Life. 

Brendan McEntee is a Junior Account Executive at Wetherly Fashion Group. He studied Communications at George Washington University and continued his education at Temple University. During Brendan's time in Washington DC he gained valuable experience with Berger Hirschberg Strategies working on the election campaigns of Nancy Pelosi and Andrew Cuomo. Working for Susan Davis International, he assisted in managing the public relations strategy for the dedication of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on the National Mall. Brendan went on to intern for the public relations firm KCD in New York, particularly focusing on the brands Chloé and Mulberry. In 2013, he worked as a Social Media Assistant at Stella McCartney. 

Alexander Feld attended Duke University, receiving his Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy in May 2011. He is currently a brand strategy consultant at Interbrand with a focus on telecommunications and corporate citizenship initiatives. His prior work experience includes commercial real estate and healthcare. Alexander previously spent multiple summers interning as a special education assistant teacher. He was also a part of the China Care organization and worked in orphanages and schools around China.

Daniel Acquaah graduated from Duke University, receiving his Bachelors of Arts in Public Policy with minors in Visual Studies and African & African-American Studies. While at Duke, Daniel was active in the Dukes & Duchesses program, a student ambassador program working directly with the Office of the President to host events for VIPs and other prominent University guests. Daniel currently works at the New York-based luxury goods company Coach on the Men’s Global Merchandising Team. Daniel’s previous work experience includes an internship at the Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation and work as a research assistant for the Jazz Loft Project at Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies. Outside of the office, Daniel’s interests include contemporary art, architecture and design.