2004-2005 Chief Executive Officer
School: UC Berkeley
Occupation: Real Estate Attorney at Ching & Associates

As a founding member of TBC, I can definitely say that putting together TBC along with Harrison has definitely contributed a lot to where I am today. Learning about stuff in a classroom is very different than real life. Forming and operating TBC has helped me develop important practical skills such as communication skills, management skills, people skills, networking skills, etc. etc. I wouldn't have been able to form, managing, and develop my law firm to where it is today - grossing $300,000+ annually. There are many social aspects of running a business such as how to interact with your employees that you cannot learn in a classroom setting. However, organizations such as TBC, is an opportunity for young students to develop hands on experience that is practical for real life.