JHU WSE '24 | Managing Partner Arijit is a junior from Michigan majoring in Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science. He is concurrently pursuing a Master’s degree in Computer Science. Outside of Cobalt, he is a member of Blue Jay Bhangra and OnPoint Ventilation, a medtech startup.
JHU WSE '24 | Managing Partner
JHU WSE '25 | Managing Partner TJ is a sophomore studying computer science and applied mathematics. He is interested in entrepreneurship and technology, and will be working at Amazon as a software engineering intern this summer.
JHU WSE '25 | Managing Partner Ava is a sophomore from New York and is majoring in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering major with a minor in Entrepreneurship and Management. Outside of Cobalt, she is a member of the Johns Hopkins Field Hockey Team and Alpha Phi Fraternity
JHU WSE '24 | Partner
JHU WSE '24 | Senior Consultant
JHU WSE '24 | Senior Consultant Rohini is a junior studying Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering. She is passionate about employing business principles to aid in enhancing the quality and accessibility of healthcare services. She is also involved in nanoparticle research, design team, and enjoys cooking in her spare time.
JHU KSAS '24 | Senior Consultant
JHU KSAS '24 | Associate, Client Development & Alumni Relations
JHU WSE '24 | Senior Consultant Ellie Zhang is a Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science major passionate about the intersections between health and technology. She joined Cobalt to further her experience with the business and financial aspects of the fields health and technology
JHU WSE '25 | Consultant Katie is a sophomore from New York with a major in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Financial Economics. Outside of Cobalt, she is an active member of two design teams in BME, co-lead for Engineers Without Borders, and a member of Breakers Crew
JHU WSE '25 | Consultant Jehan is a sophomore from Grand Rapids, Michigan majoring in computer science. Jehan interned at Bracebridge Capital, a Boston based hedge fund, this past winter and will work for Prudential Financial’s Technology team this upcoming summer. Outside of academics, Jehan is on the Hopkins Mens Club Soccer team and is a fan of Premier League team Newcastle United.
JHU WSE '25 | Consultant Valerie is a sophomore from Irvine studying Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Entrepreneurship & Management. Outside of Cobalt, she is also an associate on A-Level Capital and the Marshal L. Salant Investment Team.
JHU WSE '25 | Consultant Kaity is a sophomore from Boston, MA and is majoring in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Economics. She is passionate about new innovative technology especially in sustainability and healthcare.
JHU WSE '26 | Consultant Alex is a freshman from Los Angeles, California studying Computer Science with minors in Applied Math and Financial Economics. Outside of the classroom, Alex is a member of the Johns Hopkins Baseball team and a part of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee.
JHU WSE '26 | Consultant Ria is a freshman studying Biomedical Engineering with a focus in computational medicine and a minor in Entrepreneurship & Management. Outside of Cobalt, she is involved in design team and AKPsi (a pre-professional coed fraternity) and enjoys spending time practicing Taekwondo and traveling.
JHU KSAS '26 | Consultant Piyush is a freshman studying molecular and cellular biology and is currently on the pre-medical track. When he’s not working on Cobalt related stuff, he enjoys spending time in the lab, playing tennis, and hanging out with his friends.
JHU KSAS '23 Alex graduated as a student athlete from Glen Ellyn, IL. He helped co-found Cobalt and led 4 engagements. He is now working in the Healthcare group at Morgan Stanley.
JHU WSE '23
JHU KSAS '23 Rayna graduated with a degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology as well as Economics. Rayna is now at Bain & Company working as an Associate Consultant.
JHU WSE '23 Bryan Kaplan graduated with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. Cobalt has provided Bryan with some of the most rewarding and interesting work he has done during his time at Hopkins and has left him with lifelong friends as well. After graduating, he will be taking two years to do clinical research in the realms of ophthalmology and cardiology at Harvard before progressing to medical school where he hopes to become a neurosurgeon.