Jie graduated from the University of San Francisco with a B.S. in accounting and finance. He has a passion for photography and enjoys traveling and taking landscape photographs. Jie spent a year as a professional photographer for corporate events and private parties.
Prior to joining Harbage Consulting, Jie practiced the trade of a chocolatier – creating gourmet chocolate tailored for the California wine industry. He also donates his chocolate treats to homeless shelters in Sacramento, such as Loaves and Fishes. Jie is an advocate for human rights and equality. When not in the office, he enjoys spending time in the Sierra Nevadas backpacking, hiking, and doing various adrenaline-infused activities. He also enjoys spending time with his two Shiba Inu.
Prior to coming to the United States, Gurjot taught economics and business environment at Punjab University in Jalandhar, India. He has experience in hospital management and administration and holds a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy and a master’s degree in finance and management from Panjab University in Chandigarh, India.
Gurjot has a keen interest in economic development and is an advocate for societal holistic development that is sustainable, attainable, and available for every social class, especially the underserved. He enjoys spending time with his family and German shepherd, reading, and watching historical movies and documentaries.
Prior to joining Harbage Consulting, Fatima was an accountant at Cares Community Health, a nonprofit clinic where she supported the accounting team on payroll operations. Fatima also previously worked for the San Francisco Housing Authority where she sharpened her skills with accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll.
Fatima graduated from Sacramento State with a BA in Communications and a minor in Business Administration. After graduating, she continued her education by earning an MBA at the Keller School of Management. Fatima enjoys being involved in the community and helping others. At the end of the day she likes to spend time with family, her dog Duke, and growing spiritually and mentally.
Romulo volunteers for the Sacramento Food Bank every Thanksgiving and volunteers for My Sister’s House, a non-profit organization that raises awareness of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. He is an ambassador for the National Alopecia Areata Foundation and meets with the group every month at the University of California–Davis Medical Center in Sacramento.
During his free time, Romulo attends many Golden State Warriors, San Francisco Giants, and San Francisco 49ers games. You can also catch him at the American River Bike Trail every triathlon season and on the slopes of Lake Tahoe every snowboarding season.
Prior to joining Harbage Consulting, Maryanne served as an executive assistant for Adventist Health within the financial sector of the organization. In that role, she assisted in the implementation of a corporate purchase card pilot program, a new financial internship program, and also served on the California International Marathon committee.
Maryanne also previously worked for HumanGood, where she assisted the affordable housing department. Within that role she assisted in the implementation of the new hospitality program for thirty-two affordable housing communities, and managed an affordable housing Wishlist Program. While at HumanGood, she served the planning committee for the Annual HumanGood Foundation Golf Classic.
Maryanne has also worked as an event coordinator at a winery, where she developed great attention to detail and passion for event planning. A role in the clinical environment at the California College of Ayurveda led her on the path to pursue a career in the health care field.
Maryanne received a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies from San Jose State University with a minor in Childhood Development. In her free time, Maryanne enjoys traveling, sports, the great outdoors, live music, salsa dancing, and cooking.
Prior to joining us as executive assistant, she spent 14 years serving in key administrative and accounting roles at the National Health Policy Forum at George Washington University. She is a seasoned event planning professional, having organized and managed over 300 meetings and site visits, specifically for congressional and executive branch staff on Capitol Hill.
Marcia is currently pursuing completion of her accounting degree. She is always looking for the next DIY project and is presently repainting her home, one room at a time. She enjoys driving the open road and takes frequent trips on the weekends, when time permits, to visit with her son, who’s working on his dream of becoming a pilot.