Careers & Recruiting
Peer Career Coaches

Peer Career Coaches 23-24 standing in front of Mason Hall

Fisher College of Business Peer Career Coaches are undergraduate business students who have undergone a formal training program to assist other students with:

  • Developing resumes and cover letters
  • Identifying useful career resources around campus
  • Utilizing Handshake, to search for jobs and internships, and how to schedule interviews
  • Developing a LinkedIn profile
  • Preparing for career fairs


Drop-ins will begin on the first day of spring classes, Monday, January 8th, 2024.  Drop-ins will continue through the last day of fall classes, which is Monday, April 22nd.

For virtual drop-ins: To get feedback on a resume, cover letter, or LinkedIn profile, simply click on the Zoom link below during the scheduled virtual drop-in times.  You will be admitted to the waiting room and a Peer Career Coach will admit you to the room when they are ready. 

DayTimesVirtual or In-personLocation
Mondays8:30 am - 6:00 pmVirtual Via Zoom
Tuesdays9:00 - 10:30 am and 1:45 - 4:45 pmIn-person150 Gerlach Hall

8:30 - 10:00 am,

11:00 am - 4:45 pm

In-person150 Gerlach Hall
Thursdays9:00 - 10:30 am and 1:45 - 4:45 pmIn-person150 Gerlach Hall
Fridays9:00 - 10:45 amIn-person150 Gerlach Hall

Zoom link for Peer Career Coaches:

*Zoom link will only work for students with an email address.  To log in with your OSU email credentials, follow the steps below or view the screenshots on this document.

  1. Click on the Zoom link above
  2. Click "Sign in to Join"
  3. Click "Sign in with SSO"
  4. Type in "osu" for company domain and click Continue
  5. Log in with your osu name.# and password

Meet the Peer Career Coaches!

  • Open/Close Claudia Casey

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    • Hometown: Cleveland, Ohio
    • Major: Finance & Marketing
    • Graduation: May 2024
    • Internships:
      • Digital Marketing Internship with retail apparel company Arborwear (Summer 2021)
      • Fisher Global Consulting Project in Milan, Italy (May 2022)
    • What inspired me to become a Career Coach:
      I was inspired to be a Peer Career Coach by how much I was positively impacted professionally during my freshman and sophomore years by utilizing the resources the OCM provided. In addition, the person who gave me my QUIC interview inspired me to take BUSADM 2601 which was a class I enjoyed and learned so much from. Furthermore, the mentorship I received from the current peer career coaches is what I want to provide to students within Fisher.
    • On campus Involvement:
      Member of the Honors Cohort within FisherGlobal Ambassador in the Office of Global BusinessDirector of Academics in Alpha Phi SororityFisher Alumni Mentee ProgramFisher Peer Mentor, Fisher Impact Day Marketing Coordinator (Fall 2021)VP of Strategic Marketing of Buckeye Professional Advancement & Development
    • Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student:
      Immerse yourself into organizations, programs, and within different groups of people. Something that I love about Fisher is the people within it. It is important early on to start building relationships with the students you will be sharing classes throughout the next four years with. A great way to start is getting involved in the many organizations Fisher has, if that is a business fraternity or a consulting club, there are endless opportunities available.
  • Open/Close Lana Haddad

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    • Hometown: Westlake, Ohio

    • Major: Finance & Psychology

    • Graduation: May 2024

    • Internships:

      • Fisher Global Consulting Corporate Program in Singapore

      • Management and Sales Internship with Sherwin Williams

    • What inspired me to become a Career Coach:
      I was inspired to become a Peer Career Coach because I want to be able to give back to the Fisher community and provide students with the guidance they need to succeed in their future endeavors. The Office of Career Management has continuously helped me during my time at Ohio State so far, and I want to be able to do that for other Fisher students.

    • On campus Involvement:
      Senior Advisor in Students Consulting for Nonprofit Organizations, International Affairs Scholars Program, STEP participant, Chi Omega Sorority

    • Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student:
      A piece of advice I would share with a new Fisher student is to not be afraid to take on new experiences and get involved with student organizations. Take the time to explore what you are passionate about and how you can best engage with your passions through opportunities offered at Fisher! Do not worry about feeling behind in things like searching for internships or in classes; just enjoy the journey!


  • Open/Close Max Sanchez

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    • Hometown: Louisville, Kentucky

    • Major: Finance, Minor in Economy, Environment Development & Sustainability

    • Graduation: May 2024

    • Internships: KPMG Finance Internship (Washington D.C. / McLean, VA)

    • What inspired me to become a Career Coach:
      A desire to gain leadership skills, give back to the Fisher community (specifically underclassmen looking for support and opportunities), learn from faculty members, and support my financial endeavors.

    • On campus Involvement:
      4 Paws for Ability, SCNO, BPAD, SAE, Mount Leadership Society, Morrill Scholars Program, Net Impact

    • My interests/hobbies include:
      Sport climbing, traveling, mountain biking, backpacking, camping, playing soccer/basketball, watching movies, reading/journaling.

  • Open/Close Hannah Wagoner

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    • Hometown: Blacklick, Ohio

    • Major: Finance, Minor: Business Analytics

    • Graduation: May 2025

    • Internships: Supply Chain Financial Analysis Intern at Boeing

    • What inspired me to become a Career Coach:
      I really enjoy helping people and being a positive influence on them. When I was a freshman, I was lost and I really looked up to the mentors I had who helped me with anything I needed help with. As a Peer Career Coach I hope to do the same for others.

    • Fun fact about me:
      I am an identical twin!

    • Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student:
      Trust the process, and do not be afraid to try new things!


  • Open/Close Ryan Zinn

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    • Hometown: Lewis Center, Ohio

    • Major: Operations Management / Public Policy Analysis

    • Graduation: May 2024

    • Internships: Technical Business Development Intern at H.B. Fuller

    • What inspired me to become a Career Coach:
      I really enjoy being a mentor to others and was referred to the Peer Career Coach role by Tori Warnock.

    • A random fun fact about me:
      While my coursework is focused on technical skills, many of my hobbies involve artistic endeavors. I like that this allows me to be a more well-rounded individual.

    • Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student:
      Get involved and add a minor outside of Fisher as well to diversify your coursework.