Phil is currently a senior at NDSU majoring in Accounting & Finance.
Born in Boulder, Colorado, Phil spent most of his life growing up in Hutchinson, Minnesota. In his spare time he enjoys playing music, working out, reading, and indulging in the many delicacies offered at Taco Bell. Upon graduating, Phil aspires to work for a public accounting firm, earn his CPA license, and one day start his own business consulting practice. Phil currently works for Eide Bailly.
Jess is a senior at NDSU and will soon begin the Master's of Accountancy program at NDSU.
Originally from Bismarck, North Dakota, Jess enjoys running, snowboarding, and hiking in her spare time. She plans to finish her Master's of Accountancy in the Spring of 2018 and then complete the CPA exam. Jess currently works for Grant Thornton.
Troy is a junior at NDSU majoring in Accounting.
Growing up in Beach, North Dakota, Troy's interests include everything football, wrestling, golf, and drinking coffee. In the future, Troy plans to complete a Master's of Accountancy program and sit for the CPA exam.
Markus is currently a senior accounting major at NDSU.
He was born and raised in Fargo, ND before making the long journey across the city to attend college. His hobbies include binge watching tv shows, playing guitar, and pretending to lead a healthy lifestyle. He plans to graduate with a bachelor's degree in December 2017 and immediately continue his education with a master's degree. Once eligible, he intends to take the CPA exam and work for a public accounting firm. Markus currently works for Eide Bailly.
Lam Nguyen is an accounting major and senior at NDSU.
Born in Vietnam, Lam immigrated to the United States when he was a year old and was raised in Fargo, ND until he moved to Virginia Beach, VA where he lived for 7 years. He's since moved back to Fargo and misses living by the beach and eating dirt cheap seafood. Lam has been to 7 foreign countries and tries to visit a new country every year. In his free-time, Lam enjoys playing the piano and violin, reading the news, and taking Super Smash Bros too seriously.