Michael Williams

Michael Williams

Director of Business & Entrepreneurship Clinic

Michael Williams has over 23 years of experience as a financial and operations executive in small, mid-sized and large companies. He has experience in accounting, finance, treasury, sales operations, budgeting and strategic planning. He has direct experience in managing small and mid-sized companies through expansive growth. Mr. Williams is well versed in start-up businesses' challenges and their specific needs. He also has experience starting and running his own consulting business that helped small to mid-sized companies raise capital for growth. He is currently the Director of Entrepreneurship Activities and the Director of the Business and Entrepreneurship Clinic at the Wisconsin School of Business.

Agatha G. Howland (Aggie) 

Agatha G. Howland (Aggie)

MBA Student Consultant

Originally hailing from Cincinnati, OH, Aggie attended Miami University of Ohio and earned her B.A. in Strategic Communications and Marketing, graduating magna cum laude. Upon graduation she moved to Chicago where she spent 4 years at a business-to-business public relations firm, shaping and executing national communications campaigns on behalf of professional services firms across the country. This past summer she was an MBA Marketing Management intern at Intuit, working on the Accountants segment marketing team.
She is a current member of the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Brand & Product Management Class of 2019 and a Weinert Center Fellow.

Arek Schmocker

Arek Schmocker

MBA Student Consultant

Arek is pursuing his MBA at the University of Wisconsin, specializing in Corporate Finance and Investment Banking while also pursuing a Fellowship in Entrepreneurship. Arek currently holds a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license and a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) certification. Arek is also the recipient of Jon G. & Susan S. Udell Scholarship in Entrepreneurship. Most recently, Arek worked in finance at a joint venture between Dean Food and Organic Valley, developing reporting and performance management systems for the 18-month-old venture. Prior to attending UW-Madison, Arek was a project controller at an engine manufacturer and an accountant at a wind turbine start-up.