Loyola Limited

Nicholas Coulson


Year: Senior
Major: Broadcast Journalism and Political Science  
Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI
Short Bio: 
  My time with Loyola Limited began before my academic career with Loyola even started. I had my first interview with The Flats just a day after moving into my freshman dorm. I was fortunate to be hired as an Associate of Customer Relations my freshman year and briefly worked as the Director of Guest Services during my sophomore year before heading to the John Felice Rome Center that spring. Following my time abroad, I went home for just two short weeks before moving back to Chicago and beginning my time as the Director of Human Resources for Loyola Limited. I’m incredibly humbled to continue growing with LL as CEO surrounded by such a talented and motivated executive team.


Cameron Calia

Director of Strategic Initiatives

Year: Senior
Major: Social Work
Hometown: Ridgefield, CT
Short Bio: 
   I started working for Loyola Limited in February of 2017 when I was hired as the High School Employment Program Coordinator. I was drawn to this position because I am very passionate about serving the greater Chicago community and wanted to be a part of a business that prioritized that same objective. During my time at Loyola Limited, I am hoping to gain greater insight into the inner workings of an entrepreneurial enterprise while developing programs that utilize LL’s unique resources.


Jacqueline Micelli

President of Chainlinks

Year: Senior
Major: Psychology  
Hometown: Reno, NV
Short Bio: 
  I began at LL in March 2015. I was browsing through RamblerLink when I came across a position at the Flats and then eventually applied to ChainLinks. It was during my Freshman year that I found my passion for cycling through SPIN. I was originally hired on at ChainLinks as an Associate and was promoted to Shop Manager upon my return from Rome. During summer of 2016, I stepped into my current position as President of ChainLinks. Loyola Limited has impacted me probably more than most. Because of this program, I plan to now pursue an MBA upon graduating. My role has solidified my leadership experience, expanded my financial knowledge and stressed the importance of team work. I often find myself thinking about where I would be at Loyola if I hadn't found LL and I truly do believe my college experience would've been normal and boring. Loyola Limited has brought be great friends and amazing opportunities to learn.


Dan Barger

President of the flats at loyola station

Year: Seniot
Major: Political Science and Communication
Hometown: St. Louis, MO
Short Bio: 
  I came back to Loyola for my sophomore year in the fall of 2015 looking for a job. I had this idea of working for a hotel in the city as a bellhop, meeting new people, and especially earning tips. However, I was lucky to stumble upon Loyola Limited and its vision of a “student-run enterprise”. I applied for Associate of Guest Services at The Flats at Loyola Station and quickly worked my way to Director of Guest Services and then to President. As President, I look forward to strengthening my managerial skills as well as developing my financial abilities. Like always, I am excited meet new guests and give them the best experience possible to prove the worthiness of our student-run enterprise. I greatly appreciate the opportunity to work for LL leading The Flats and I cannot wait to see all that our new executive team will accomplish.


Sarah Jasudowicz 

President of felice's kitchen

Year: Senior
Major: Biology
Hometown: Burbank, IL
Short Bio: 
  I began working with Loyola Limited as a pizza artisan at Felice's Kitchen. I was automatically drawn to Felice’s during my first visit to Loyola as a high school student. The idea of an entirely student run business was so exciting to me! By my sophomore year, I began working as a shift manager for Felice’s. Now, as a junior I proudly have the role of procurement manager. This summer I will take over as President of Felice’s. I look forward to growing and learning as much as possible about how a business functions, working with a great team of peers, and stepping out of my comfort zone.


Michael Ross

president of ireland's pub 10 

Year: Senior
Major: Biophysics  
Hometown: Ingleside, IL
Short Bio: 
  I enjoy spending time outside snow skiing, wakeboarding and fishing. While on the slopes, I work as a member of the National Ski Patrol providing pre-hospital care to those injured on the mountain. I spend my free time on campus working as an undergraduate researcher in the biology department. I look forward to being president of Ireland’s and gaining real world experience by making impactful business decisions. I am eager to become part of the Loyola Limited family and to continue Ireland's growth.