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New Team Selected for the Rotman School’s Impact Consulting Group.

May 16, 2018

Toronto – Since 1972 teams of MBA students from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management have delivered high quality consulting services to business through the Impact Consulting Group.

Each year, a new team of Rotman MBA students is selected to lead the organization. This year the Impact Principals for 2018/19 are Dustin Spencer Ashley, MBA’19, Norman Dobravsky, MBA’19, Carson Kotnyek, MBA’19, Austin Lam, MBA’19, and Arianna Marcano, MBA’19. Collectively, the team has over 23 years of industry experience in management consulting, investment banking, financial services, technology and real estate development. Having worked at companies such as Deloitte, RBC Capital Markets, Stuart Olson and IBM, they possess a diverse set of expertise in business transformation, financial modelling, M&A transactions, project management, data analytics, software development and customer relationship management. The team leverages their professional experience and MBA knowledge to help clients engage in business planning, market research, financial analysis, performance improvement, customer engagement, and more.

“Building on Impact’s 46-year reputation and leveraging faculty expertise with state-of-the-art research resources at Rotman, the Impact team delivers innovative solutions and adds incredible value to a wide variety of client engagements,” says Becky Reuber, a professor of strategic management at the Rotman School who chairs Impact's Advisory Board.

Impact Consulting Group is currently accepting new projects and can be reached at, or 416.978.4343. For more information visit

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