///About The Team
ben larson FEMBA '13 -Ben Larson was born in a one-room log cabin on a farm in Kentucky. No, wait, that’s Abraham Lincoln. Ben did grow up on a farm in Illinois, however, and he served in the Illinois Air National Guard. He’s worked as a touring musician, an adventure travel guide, and spent the past few years as a project manager at Technicolor. He is probably most famous for leading the country through the American Civil War. Nope, wait, that’s Abe Lincoln again.
jonathan bollier FEMBA '13 - Jonathan Bollier was born to a French father and a Lebanese mother in a hospital overlooking Fenway Park. After a few years living in Boston and a handful more in New York, he moved to London where he took full advantage of his youth. Jonathan is now married to an Italian wife and lives in Los Angeles where he is making the most of his adulthood while working in the film industry.
bob park FEMBA '13 - Bob Park is a proud father of two, Jeremiah and Kearney. He is a Bruin through and through, having graduated from UCLA undergrad and currently working and rooting for UCLA Athletics. If not developing skills in Finance, Leadership, and Strategy at UCLA Anderson, you can find Bob spending his free time trying to keep up with kids.
cole quirk mfa'13 - Cole Quirk is a comedy writer and performer living in Los Angeles. She has been seen on stage at iO West, Upright Citizen's Brigade Theatre, The People's Improv Theater and Comix Comedy Club. Her videos can be viewed on YouTube, FunnyorDie, and UCBComedy. Quirk is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University and currently attends UCLA for an MFA in Screenwriting. http://www.colequirk.com
john burke FEMBA '13 - John Burke was born in the great state of New Jersey, but has lived in Japan, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ireland, Texas and California. He is an alumnus and former staff member of Teach For America, and spent two years in operations at McMaster-Carr. He came to UCLA Anderson to study Brand Management and Finance, and is a member of the Leaders in Sustainability program. He is a proud NPR junkie and loves to cycle across Los Angeles with reckless abandon.