Charlotte is a senior in the engineering school majoring in Operations Research and minoring in Economics. She was born and raised in Poughkeepsie, NY. Her professional interests lie in the actuarial sciences. This past summer, Charlotte was an actuarial summer analyst at Deloitte Consulting. She has previously interned at StepStone Group, UBS Wealth Management, and Goldsmith & Co. Charlotte has been involved on campus as a board member of Chinese Students Club, as a Resident Advisor for upperclassmen, and as tour guide for the Undergraduate Recruitment Committee. In her free time, she enjoys running NYC races, playing guitar, and trying new coffee shops. This will be Charlotte's third year on the CWBS executive board having served as Secretary and Co-Marketing Chair.
Vice President - Sponsorship
Morgan is a senior at Columbia College majoring in East Asian Studies with a focus on Economics. She is originally from Ridgefield, Connecticut. Morgan is currently interested in many facets of business, especially marketing and sales. She speaks Mandarin, Chinese, and spent the summer before her junior year interning at DHR International, an executive search firm in their Shanghai, China, office. This past summer, Morgan worked for Google in their ad-sales division at the Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. Last year she served as Marketing Chair of Columbia Women’s Business Society as well as Secretary of Consult Your Community. Outside of school and work, Morgan loves to travel, try new and interesting food, and go dancing with friends.
Vice President - Management
Amy is a junior in CC majoring in Political Science and concentrating in English Literature. Originally from Beijing, Amy attended boarding school in Deerfield Massachusetts and currently lives in Hong Kong. This past summer, Amy worked at Raiseworks LLC, a financial technology start-up that provides a P2P lending platform for institutional lenders to connect with small businesses. She has held previous internships as a Research Intern at Due West Education Consulting Co., an Investor Relations intern at the Hong Kong Exchange and Clearings Ltd, and as a Business Development Intern at NextGenVest, an educational technology start-up in the West Village. Her professional interests lie in management consulting, technology, and entrepreneurship. Outside of CWBS, Amy enjoys swimming, watching Law & Order SVU, reading, following TechCrunch, and trying new restaurants. On campus, Amy is involved with the Chinese Students Club and the Columbia College Student Ambassadors. This is Amy’s second year on the CWBS board having served as the Conference Chair her sophomore year.
Josie is a senior at Columbia College double majoring in Economics and Classics. She grew up in London, England. Her professional interests lie primarily in the financial services industry. For her junior summer, she interned at AllianceBernstein in the Private Client Division. Outside the CWBS, she is Chief Financial Officer 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, playing tennis, skiing and spending time with friends and family. This is Josie's second year on the CWBS Executive Board; previously she was Alumnae Relations Chair.
Nicole is a senior at Barnard College, majoring in Economics. She grew up on Long Island, and is interested in a career in the financial services industry. This past summer, Nicole interned for Citi in the Capital Markets Origination Division, and interned for Citi’s Enterprise Operations and Technology Division the year before. In addition, she has interned for S2 Groupe (a start-up public relations and brand consultancy firm) and Christie’s Art Auction House. Nicole spent her junior year studying abroad at Oxford University as a student in the Politics, Philosophy, and Economics Program, concentrating in economics. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, drawing, and spending time with family and friends. This is Nicole’s second year on the CWBS Board, as she was Alumnae Relations Chair her sophomore year.
Kelly is a rising junior in Columbia College, majoring in Economics with a concentration in Computer Science. She grew up in San Antonio, Texas and is interested in pursuing investment banking after graduating. She spent her sophomore summer interning at Credit Suisse, and this will be her first year on the CWBS Board. Outside of CWBS, Kelly is a resident adviser in a first year dorm and devotes her time to campus sustainability efforts as co-president of Columbia EcoReps. She is also a member of Circle K, a campus community service club, and Alpha Chi Omega. In her spare time, Kelly enjoys running in Riverside park, swimming, baking, and painting.
Lily Liu-Krason is a Junior studying Mathematics and Creative Writing. On breaks she splits her time between her two homes: Boston and St.Paul, Minnesota. This past summer, Lily interned on the finance side of a startup. For now, she's interested in consulting and finance in tech. Lily's past internships include an investment analyst position at a hedge fund, a public service fellowship with Massachussetts Senator Scott Brown and Boston city councillor Matthew O'Malley, and an editorial position for a teen magazine. At school, Lily is also involved in the Alternative Break Program, Academic Awards Committee and Swing Dance Club. She likes to run, write fiction, and use the Oxford comma.
Jeanne Li is a sophomore at Columbia College on the tract to pursuing a major in Economics and a concentration in Business Management. She was born in Beijing and grew up in the suburbs of New Jersey. Her professional interests lie in entrepreneurship and marketing, though she is currently trying to create a path that will allow her to combine her interests in visual arts with the business sector. This past summer, she worked as a marketing intern for a start-up firm in Brooklyn. Outside of CWBS, Jeanne serves as committee head of by-laws for Alpha Kappa Psi. In her spare time, she enjoys painting, jogging, and exploring the city. Jeanne is excited to serve her first year on the CWBS executive board and looks forward to sharing our events with the student body.
Bridget is a junior in Columbia College pursuing a major in Political Science with a concentration in Hispanic Studies. She grew up in Greenlawn, New York. Her professional interests lie in the fields of foreign policy and international development. Bridget is fluent in Spanish and spent this past summer in Barcelona, honing her language skills while studying history, politics, and business through Georgetown University. On campus, Bridget is a member of the Women’s Varsity Lacrosse team and serves as the Community Service Chair of the Student Athlete Advisory Council. This is Bridget’s first year on the CWBS board. In her spare time, Bridget enjoys helping others achieve their personal health goals as a fitness trainer. She also loves to explore New York City’s endless cultural and culinary offerings with her family and friends.
Alumnae Relations Chair
Alexys Leija is a junior in Columbia College majoring in Financial Economics with a concentration in French. Currently residing in Virginia Beach, Virginia, she was born and raised in a military family and attended boarding school in Massachusetts. This past summer she interned with Quantifi Inc., an analytics, trading and risk management software firm. Her professional interests lie in the financial services industry. Outside of CWBS, Alexys is involved in the Columbia College Student Ambassadors and Columbia University EcoReps organizations. In her free time, she enjoys running through central park, trying new restaurants in the city, and spending time with family and friends. This will be Alexys’s first year on the CWBS Executive Board.
Social Media Chair
Hannah Germond is a junior at the School of General Studies pursuing a major in Sociology with a special concentration in Business Management. A former concert pianist, business owner and elected government official, she served as the youngest city councilor in her hometown of Delphi, Indiana prior to beginning her studies at Columbia. On campus, Hannah is active in student government. She was appointed First Year Class President on the General Studies Student Council during her freshman year, and elected GS Student Body President last year. Off campus, she works at Columbia University’s Finance Division in the Office of the Comptroller on Sponsored Projects Finance. Her strong background in policy, public speaking and fundraising facilitates her interest in organizational leadership, entrepreneurship and management consulting. In her free time, Hannah enjoys eating macaroons, practicing Pilates, listening to jazz at Lincoln Center and exploring Chelsea Market. This is her first year on the CWBS Executive Board. She’s looking forward to expanding CWBS’s outreach to Columbia’s four undergraduate schools.
Angela Wang is a sophomore in Columbia College majoring in Computer Science and Economics. This past summer, she worked in the client technology services group at BNY Mellon, automating systems in Puppet and exploring uses for OpenStack. Although she hopes to pursue a career at the intersection of technology and finance, Angela is also interested in journalism and dance. In addition to CWBS, she is also involved with Application Development Initative on campus. A native of the sun-drenched Bay Area, California, Angela enjoys hiking, good writing, and chai tea lattes. This is her first year on the CWBS Executive Board.