Hosts

The Marshall International Case Competition (MICC) brings together students from premier business schools across the globe and engages them in a week of exploration, camaraderie, and competition. Event coordinators rely on Marshall student ambassadors – MICC hosts – to ensure the MICC’s overall success. Responsibilities include selecting universities that will participate in the event, assisting with event logistics, attending pre- and post-competition activities, guiding teams to appropriate locations at the appropriate times, and providing teams with material supplies and moral support, as needed. Our MICC hosts look forward to welcoming you to USC and Los Angeles.  May the best team win!

Lead Host

 
Wing Lee
tszwingl@usc.edu
Hi there and a big welcome to everyone!

Born in Hong Kong and raised in Southern California, I am a senior majoring in Business Administration and am beyond excited for this year’s MICC! I love designing websites, making home-cooked meals, and hosting fondue parties with my little melting pot. Can’t wait to meet each and every one of you and remember to make new friends and have fun! I like to say we have a great balance of work and play here – Fight on!

Executive Board Members


Anna Lin, Director of Activities
suanlin@usc.edu

Hello Everybody! My name is Anna Lin and I am from Shanghai, China. California is definitely one of my favorite places in the world: beautiful sunshine, beaches, delicious food, and most importantly, amazing people! Hopefully you all will enjoy your time in Los Angeles, cannot wait to meet you all!

Hello friends! I am a senior majoring in Business Administration from Pasadena, CA and I have a legitimate fear of gnomes. When I’m not busy avoiding the garden creatures, you will likely find me watching Oprah reruns. I hope you have the best time this week! Good luck and have tons of fun!

 

 

 

 

Vanessa McCann, Director of Activities
varneson@usc.edu

Welcome Everyone!

I am a sophomore studying business and art. I love dancing, cooking gluten-free desserts, and collecting disposable silverware. I hope to travel and work with social business in the future.

I look forward to meeting you all. Fight on!

 

 

 

 

 

Vicky Kasar, Director of Host Recruitment & Development
vkasar@usc.edu

Hello and welcome to LA! I’m a junior studying Business Administration and International, born and raised here in Los Angeles. Though I stayed close for college at SC, one of my goals is to go to a new country every year, so I’d love to hear about yours. Good luck in the competition and have fun! MICC is going to be a week you’ll never forget!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joseph Chiu, Director of Host Recruitment & Development
muminchi@usc.edu

Hello! Welcome to USC and to the Marshall International Case Competition. I am a sophomore majoring in Business Administration and Chinese. Born in Taipei, I moved to Los Angeles when I was still in elementary school. Growing up in one of the most diverse cities in the world, I really appreciate the melting pot of cultures. I hope you also get to enjoy the diversity of this city as well as the unique Southern California culture. As always, best of luck and Fight On!

 

 

 

 

 

Rishabh Shah, Director of Host Recruitment & Development
rishabhs@usc.edu

Hello everybody and welcome to LA! My name is Rishabh Shah and I will be a sophomore majoring in Business Administration and minoring in Mathematical Finance. I had a brilliant freshmen year and can’t wait for the upcoming year. I am from Mumbai, India-born and raised. A piece of advice – Come with an open mindset, be enthusiastic, believe and enjoy yourself. Good luck, live it up and have fun. Look forward to meeting to all of you!