Board 2015/16

The Board 2015/16 was the second RCC board since the club was founded. Our former president, Anita Török, and her team guided RCC to the successful student organization it is now. With around 15 successful events throughout the academic year 2015/16, including case solving sessions, a consulting project, career panels and guest speakers from several companies.

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A successful year: Anita Török (left) and RCC members (right) of 2015/16

 

Anita Török – President

Graduated with a MSc in Strategic Management from RSM. Her first passion is teaching – “I believe that one must love to learn in order to be successful and I would like to transmit this love for learning to you”. Her other passion is to think and solve problems in a structured way. Anita was a member of RCC the previous year before she became president, which helped her winning the HEC Paris Business Game. She was also involved in building up a start-up, which helped her bring our entrepreneurial organization to the next level.

Lilla SzikszayVice-President

Originally from Budapest, Hungary and completed her undergraduate degree at Corvinus University of Budapest. One of the highlights of Lilla’s time at Corvinus was her exchange semester in the U.S. Her achievements include winning the PwC Consulting Challenge and interning at PwC as well as ExxonMobil. Lilla joined RCC board because she wanted to increase awareness of consultancy as a challenging employment prospect, which she successfully did.

Francien Heckman – Marketing Manager

Being Dutch, Francien also lived in Romania and Egypt. These international experiences lead her to choose the International Bachelor of Economics & Business Economics. She continued with a postgraduate degree in Finance & Investments. Francien joined the RCC board to find a profession where both economics and management disciplines overlap.

Scarlet Lausen – Organizational Development Manager

Scarlet is from a city near Düsseldorf in Germany. After studying in the United Kingdom for five years, she graduated as the second best student from the University of Durham in July 2014. Before starting the MSc Strategic Management at RSM, Scarlet completed several internships and held student positions in the field of strategy at for instance E.ON and Versatel. September 2015, she attended the Boston Consulting Group’s Strategy School. Scarlet became RCC board member to  broaden her entrepreneurial spirit and help students to connect with their future employees whilst simultaneously acquiring a wide array of skills and knowledge.

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