How our organization is represented
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Each semester, Voyager Consulting chooses a project based on the positive impact that it will have. This initiative has allowed us to work with nonprofit organizations and corporations to conduct research and develop strategic recommendations to increase their outreach, as well as providing members with the opportunity to give back to the larger community.
The BMGF project focused on scoping out and segmenting the issue of substandard and falsified medicines in lower-middle income countries, identifying available evidence as well as knowledge gaps regarding SFM prevalence, and finally performing in-depth research on major ongoing initiatives from organizations that the Foundation could potentially support.
On behalf of our client, Nielsen, our team built a recruitment pipeline for underprivileged and underrepresented students at Oakland Technical High School. The outreach program successfully cultivated an early interest in technology and still directly addresses barriers that high schoolers face when entering the STEM field.
Developed a marketing strategy to grow safety training within the small business channel by conducting a transaction analysis, researching customer behavior. Created recommendations to grow scalable B2B lead generation programs and overall engagement.
As a club, we value diverse experiences and backgrounds, and encourage our members to bring their unique perspectives and skill sets to our projects. This breadth of knowledge of our members allow us to go above and beyond on our projects, as our members are able to use their diverse academic interests and majors, personal passions, and a global perspective.
"During my second semester in Voyager I was able to work with Benefit Cosmetics. On this project, our team researched the global beauty competitive landscape to determine a brand positioning and pricing strategy for their services in 6 key global markets. I specifically focused on the Southeast Asian region and France. As someone who’s gone to a French school until high school and lived in Southeast Asia, this international background enabled me to bring an authentic perspective and cultural anecdotes, such as my knowledge of traditional French beauty standards, which allowed me to offer the client insightful recommendations. I was really excited that I could give the client valuable insights as well as draw from my past experiences!"
"My past experience in esports allowed me to better understand the culture and general lifestyle that content creators have as the jobs of esports players and content creators are often intertwined. As the project was focusing on content creator programs, I provided support and context for consultants in order to ensure a clearer understanding of the project scope and also leveraged my personal connections during my time in esports as potential people to interview!"
“Coming from a political science and international affairs background, I was able to apply that knowledge as we assessed the state of regulatory bodies across Africa and their preparedness to mitigate the issue of substandard and falsified medicines. This, in turn, allowed me to better understand NMRAs and the harmonization initiatives in Africa, which was ultimately important for both our stakeholder interviews and final recommendations to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.”
The members of Voyager Consulting find it incredibly important to give back to our community and support various nonprofit organizations. In order to do this, we provide monetary donations to a multiple charities that are chosen by and supported by our members.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to our DEI team.
Economics and Psychology
Business Administration (GMP) and Cognitive Science
Political Science and Science, Technology & Society