BBA Leadership

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Co-Chairs


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Ayanna Charles

Ayanna is a first-year MBA candidate at Yale School of Management (SOM). Prior to SOM she worked as a Software Test Engineer in Booz Allen Hamilton’s federal practice in Washington, DC. She’s also used her experience in technology consulting to launch her own startup facilitating event management through ticket sales. 

Ayanna is interested in pursuing strategy consulting or fintech opportunities next summer. Aside from Black Business Alliance, Ayanna is involved with The Consortium, Consulting Club and Technology Club. She is a recipient of the Toigo, Forté and Consortium fellowships.

Ayanna earned her B.B.A. in Insurance concentrating in Actuarial Science at Howard University. She’s originally from Trinidad and Tobago. It comes as no surprise that she loves all things West Indian carnival! Ayanna is proud mother to her ‘twin’, eight-year-old daughter, Marley.

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Luc Fleurival

Luc is a first-year MBA Candidate at the Yale School of Management. Prior to Yale SOM, he began his career in the Corporate & Investment Bank at JPMorgan Chase & Co., where he completed a two-year front-office analyst program. After the program, he continued his career in client management and sales focused roles within the Markets & Investor Services division, working across agency securities lending and foreign exchange services. After SOM, Luc will pursue a career in investment banking.

Luc is originally from Nyack, NY and earned a B.S. in Business Management and Economics from Stony Brook University. Outside of academics and work, he enjoys socializing with friends and family, strength training and reading the WSJ and FT.

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Clyde Hunt III

Clyde Hunt III is a first-year MBA candidate at the Yale School of Management (SOM). Prior to SOM, Clyde worked as a Subsea Engineer for Chevron Corporation in Houston, TX. In this capacity, he focused on the reliability and maintenance planning of subsea equipment. His other job roles included supervising and planning daily drilling activities, forecasting operating costs, and delivering technical training to Chevron’s global workforce. Post MBA, Clyde plans to hone his analytical problem-solving ability by working as a management consultant.

Clyde is a native of Memphis, TN and a graduate of Tuskegee University with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Outside of the Black Business Alliance, Clyde is active with the Consulting Club, Social Impact Consulting Club, Non-Profit Board Fellows, and The Consortium. He is also on the planning board for the Black Solidarity Conference.