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Global Research and Consulting (GRC) Group is an internationally-oriented educational non-profit with an expansive network of students from universities all over the world. Our mission is to drive global social impact change and empower students to become responsible future leaders, and we have completed over 60 projects with past clients including UNESCO, World Bank, Wikipedia, Oxfam, WWF, and many more.


As a member of GRC, you become part of a powerful and growing network of current students and alumni who have gone on to work at McKinsey, BCG, and Bain in the consulting sphere, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley in the financial services industry, Silverlake, Bain Capital, and Point72 on the buy-side, as well as at the United Nations and various social impact non-profits.


In the UC Berkeley chapter, we promote a diverse and inclusive environment where everyone is accepted for who they are. Our members come from a wide variety of academic backgrounds and disciplines, but we are all united by a common passion for social impact. Through various events and activities, we hope to support each and every one of our members in their own individuals journeys to grow personally and professionally.


Kevin Truong


My name is Kevin Truong, and I am a junior at UC Berkeley majoring in Business Administration at the Haas School of Business. I have lived in California my whole life and hail from the city of Stockton. My professional interests lie in the realm of finance, and I am currently interning as an Investment Banking Summer Analyst at Credit Suisse. My past work experience also involves policy research and non-profit work. Outside of finance, I'm very passionate about education and video games. As a first-generation college student from a low-income background, I believe it is very important to give back and uplift underprivileged communities. I help do this through an organization called Matriculate. Video games have been a hobby of mine for many years, and I played for my university's esport team during my freshman year.