Corporate Liasion ⋅
Jane is a senior in Columbia College majoring in Economics. She grew up in Fremont, California. Her interests lie within the financial services industry. Last summer, she interned at Goldman Sachs in the Investment Banking Division and will be returning as a summer analyst in the Industrials group. Two summers ago, she interned at a small-cap generalist fund in San Francisco. On campus, Jane is a member of the Women's Varsity Golf team, a representative for the Student-Athlete Advisory Council, and a classroom mentor for Level the Field. In her spare time, Jane enjoys trying new food, spending time with friends and family, and playing golf.
Vice President - Management
Diane is a senior in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences pursuing a major in Operations Research with minors in Economics, History, and Entrepreneurship. She was born in Cleveland, Ohio and grew up in Westchester County, New York. This summer, she will be working with Legg Mason. In the past, she interned with S&P Capital IQ, as well as UniqueIO. Outside of CWBS, she is the president emeritus of community service organization Rotaract and is involved with Global Brigades. She loves travelling internationally, exploring the city, trying new restaurants, and shopping. This is Diane's third year on the CWBS Executive Board, as previously, she was the Treasurer and the Technology Chair.
Vice President - Corporate
Joyce is a senior at Barnard College pursuing a major in Economics and a minor in Environmental Science. She was born in Hawaii and grew up in Los Angeles. This past summer, Joyce interned at the Raine Group. Last summer, she interned at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in the Private Wealth Management division. During her sophomore year, she interned at Lexion Capital Management in the Marketing division. Outside of CWBS, she is involved with the Germanic Cultural Society, the McIntosh Activities Council, and the Student Government Association. In her spare time, Joyce enjoys playing basketball, snorkeling, traveling, and trying new restaurants.
Patricia is a senior in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences pursuing a major in Financial Engineering with minors in Economics, Entrepreneurship, and Music. Her professional interests lie in the financial services industry. This past summer, Patricia interned as a summer analyst at J.P. Morgan. During her junior year, she interned at Oppenheimer & Co. and was Teaching Assistant for IEOR 4307: Applied Statistical Models in OR. Outside of CWBS, Patricia is Co-Founder of The Digital STEM
and Vice President of Academic Development of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. In her free time, Patricia enjoys cheering for her home basketball team, playing piano, and salsa dancing.
Micaela is a senior at Columbia College majoring in Economics-Philosophy. She grew up in Cohasset, Massachusetts. Her professional interests lie primarily in the financial services industry. For her sophomore and junior summer, she interned at Goldman Sachs in the Investment Management Division. Outisde of CWBS, Micaela is a Residence Advisor for freshmen and a member of Kappa Alpha Theta. In her free time she enjoys exploring the city, running, playing tennis, skiing, and spending time with family and friends. This is Micaela's third year on the CWBS Executive Board; she served as secretary last year.
Charlotte is a junior in SEAS majoring in Operations Research with an Economics minor. She was born and raised in Poughkeepsie, NY. This past summer, Charlotte interned at StepStone Group, a global private equity firm. She has held previous internships at UBS, Goldsmith & Co, and Premium Lounge Inc. She aims to direct her academic background in engineering and diverse experience in wealth management, marketing, and research to continue pursuing her ultimate professional interests, the financial services. Outside of CWBS, Charlotte is a Resident Advisor for upper-classmen and a Columbia tour guide for the Undergraduate Recruitment Committee. In her free time, she enjoys running by the riverside, piano improvisation, and exploring NYC coffee shops. This will be Charlotte's second year on the CWBS Executive Board having served as Co-Marketing Chair her sophomore year.
Amy is a sophomore in Columbia College pursuing a major in Economics-Political Science. She grew up in both Hong Kong and Beijing, and attended boarding school in Massachusetts. Her professional interests lie in the consulting and marketing industries. This past summer, she interned at Due West Education and previously at The South China Morning Post. Outside of CWBS, Amy is involved in the Chinese Students Club as an Organizational Committee Member as well as Let's Get Ready SAT tutoring for inner city kids. In her free time she enjoys swimming and trying new restaurants. This is Amy's first year on the CWBS Executive Board.
Morgan is a junior at Columbia College pursuing a major in East Asian Studies with a Focus in Economics. She speaks and writes Mandarin and has spent the last two summers in China. She spent the summer after her freshman year in Beijing attending a language immersion program and spent this past summer interning at DHR International, a multinational executive search firm, at its Shanghai office. On Campus, Morgan is a Site Director for Project for the Homeless. In her spare time, Morgan enjoys eating at new restaurants and laughing with friends and family.
Kristina is a sophomore at Columbia College pursuing a double major in Economics and Psychology. She was born and bred in Chicago, IL. She is interested in public relations, advertising, and marketing, and plans to one day start her own company. Outside of CWBS, Kristina is actively involved in the Columbia Advertising & Marketing Society and is a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. This past summer, Kristina interned at a startup called WeClickd, a social networking website for weddings. Some of her favorite things include traveling, fashion, sunshine, Fifth Avenue, pink, and anything chocolate. Kristina looks forward to her first year on the CWBS Executive Board and her second year on the Marketing Committee.
Josie is a junior at Columbia College pursuing a major in Classics with a concentration in Economics. She was born and raised in London, England. This past summer, Josie interned at LaunchSquad, a technology PR firm. Outside the CWBS, she is Scholarship Director of her sorority Kappa Alpha Theta, a member of the Undergraduate and Global Recruitment Committees and works for the Columbia Bartending Agency. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring New York City, travelling, and relaxing with friends and family. Josie greatly enjoys her increased role and Executive Board membership in CWBS and is developing new initiatives for alumnae to enjoy.
Erin Gun is a junior in Columbia College double majoring in Financial Economics and East Asian History, Business minor. In the past two summers, Erin has held internships with the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore and at Oracle in Redwood Shores, where she worked in technical development and business. Erin has also been a writer/blogger for Ms. Magazine and worked for Village Voice Media and Public Media Broadcasting. She was fourteen when her first commentary aired on NPR's All Things Considered and since then she has been aired and published on a variety of news outlets including NPR, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, NewsHour, and more. She has created, hosted and produced several independent interview talk series including the AmCham Insights and Girl Talk Broadcast series for which she has interviewed guests including former head of the NSA/CIA General Michael Hayden, Parag Khanna, Kevin Lu, Andrew Bleeker, Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchu Tum, and many more. On campus, Erin is a John Jay Scholar, the Founder and President of CYCNYC
, the New York City chapter of the national Consult Your Commnuity organization, has served as the elected Vice President of Columbia College class of 2015, Managing Officer of the Columbia Economics Reccview, and Editor for the Columbia Journal of Politics and Society. Erin is a frequent tweeter
, a shameless finance and markets wonk, Asia culture junkie, a news maven, and shark enthusiast.
Alessandra Poblador is a junior at Columbia College pursuing a major in Computer Science with a special concentration in Business Management. She lived in Manila and London before coming to New York City. Professionally, Alessandra's interests lie in management consulting, technology and entrepreneurship. This past summer, she interned at the e-commerce technology startup, Clothes Horse, having previously worked at the Philippine Stock Exchange. On campus, Alessandra serves as the Vice President of Columbia's Liga Filipina, Online Opinion Editor for the Columbia Daily Spectator, and works as a research assistant at Columbia Business School. She enjoys style, theatre, music and creative writing. This is Alessandra's first year on the CWBS Executive Board.
Andrea Bonilla - CC '15
Josie Dikkers - CC '15
Gabrielle Giessen - CC '14
Linghui Kong - BC '15
Meeha Lee - CC '15
Sarah Lee - BC '15
Nina Limaye - BC '14
Amanda Martin - CC '14
Danielle Noujaim - CC '14
Bessie Rentzler - CC '14
Kristina Wald - CC '16
Carmen Xie - BC '16
Ivy Zheng - SEAS '16
corporate liasion committee
Andrea Bonilla - CC '15
Queenie Cao - CC '16
Joanna Henry - CC '15
Michelle Piyapattra - CC '14
Kristina Wald - CC '16
Jennifer Delos Santos