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Aggies in Business (AiB)

Aggies in Business (AiB) is a real-world, student-led consulting organization that partners with startups and entrepreneurs to fuel their growth. Together with the McFerrin Center, AiB is expanding the Aggie footprint in the startup community. 

By employing a team of graduate and undergraduate students from across the Texas A&M campus, AiB provides consulting services to companies seeking support with business strategy, marketing, data analytics, financial modeling, and more. In addition, AiB supports the Aggie Angel Network (AAN) by performing company screening and coordinating with both angel investors and companies on due diligence activities.

AiB Consultants have a wide variety of professional experience and expertise. Their backgrounds allow them explore your needs as a business owner and develop a custom solution to help achieve your specific company goals.


Working With AiB

AiB is available to perform a variety of consulting activities on a fee-for-service basis. They work collaboratively with prospective clients to understand their goals and to develop a proposal that defines the scope of the project, specific deliverables, and an estimated timeline for completion. In addition, each proposal will define an estimated cost for the project, which is determined using a flat, per-hour fee and an estimate of the total number of hours required from consultants.

While there is a cost associated with hiring AiB, our rates are highly competitive with other external consulting organizations. AiB, however, provides a unique way for companies to tap into the top student talent on the Texas A&M campus and the benefit of having consultants that can access comprehensive industry databases and other resources available through Texas A&M.

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If you are interested in learning more about how AiB can assist your company with an upcoming project or are a current student looking for real-world experience as a consultant, contact us so we can further explore what AiB can do for you!



David Leal


David is a full-time MBA candidate at Texas A&M University with an entrepreneurship emphasis. Before returning to school, he spent four years working in DFW as a reconciliation lead where he built, worked and presented custom reconciliation files for more than 40 companies. He plans to work in consulting or business strategy after completing his MBA and before launching a successful business of his own. David is a two-time Aggie having graduated in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in allied health, and in his free time he enjoys reading, fishing and spending time with his yellow lab, Zeke.


Justin Letbetter


Justin is a full-time MBA candidate at Texas A&M University with a finance emphasis. Justin is a five-year military veteran in the United States Marine Corps. Justin returned to school in 2018 and received his Bachelor of Science in university studies: business with a minor in economics and construction management at Texas A&M in 2021. While attending school, Justin worked as a residential project manager intern at Caldwell Companies for two and half years, where he worked on six separate residential projects in north Houston and College Station. Justin's hobbies include hunting, reading and traveling.


Jun Lee


Jun is a full-time MBA candidate at Texas A&M University with a data analytics emphasis. Jun graduated with an Economics degree from Ohio State University. After graduating, he spent 6 years working as an analyst in Tire & CPG food industry. During his time in international firms, Jun frequently worked on cross-functional tasks and projects. Jun enjoys spending his free time with his pets, playing baseball or golf, and discovering new albums.



Jesse Kluckman


Jesse is a full-time MBA candidate at Texas A&M University with a finance emphasis. Before returning to school, he worked as a field engineer on X-Ray generating equipment in hospitals across 10+ states along the eastern and southern United States. Prior to joining the workforce, he acquired a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Currently, he is serving in an elected leadership role with the MBA Association as the former students chair. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with friends, playing basketball, reading books and exploring new hiking trails.


Andy Bodemer


Andy Bodemer is an MBA candidate at Texas A&M University with a marketing emphasis. He began his career in the U.S. Army as a military intelligence analyst. After completing his service, he studied philosophy/politics/economics at Western Washington University. After graduating, he worked in business operations at Amazon Web Services, and then held a variety of positions, including professional freelance photography. He has a love for animals, art and philosophy. In his free time, he can be found taking care of his house plants, reading, cooking and drinking good coffee.


Fan Feng

Talent development manager

Fan Feng is a full-time MBA candidate at Texas A&M University. After graduating from the University of Rochester with a bachelor’s degree in business. Fan spent six years both in traditional marketing and technology marketing areas. With experience and exposure to Robotic Process Automation, Fan has recruited and led a team through multiple process automation deployments. Right now, he is pursuing a program track in both data analytics and supply chain management at Texas A&M. As a PowerPoint-savvy guy, Fan has also participated in consulting presentation competitions within the program. His team won 2nd place in FTI consulting presentation competition and 1st place in the program’s yearly finance consulting presentation competition. Outside the workspace, Fan enjoys cooking, hunting, fishing and playing badminton.


Michael Patterson

Talent development manager

Michael is a full-time MBA candidate at Texas A&M University with a supply chain and operations management emphasis. Before returning to Texas A&M, he spent three years working as a repair engineer for Lockheed Martin on the F-35 Fighter Jet program. He worked with diverse teams across engineering, supplier quality and production operations to design and implement repair solutions for more than 350 aircraft. Michael is a returning Aggie, having graduated in 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and a minor in petroleum engineering. In his free time, he enjoys traveling throughout the U.S. and abroad, and exploring off-road trails in his Jeep.