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Nady Abdelmonem is a senior at Hunter College with a major in Economics.  She worked two years as a Research Analyst at Basel Asset Management, a Swiss Hedge Fund based in New York City. Her research consisted of analyzing legal documents and audits to write sophisticated due diligence reports, exposure reports, and audit reviews for senior management. She studied a diverse set of strategies and sectors including private equity, long/short equity, & diverse investment funds of interest to the firm.  She volunteers her time to tutoring mathematics and economics to high school students in her community in Queens. She has a strong desire to pursue a career in business.

 


Stephanie Ahwireng is a Junior pursuing a degree in Economics at Hunter College. Originally from Toronto, Canada, she is a sports enthusiast and proud member of Hunter's Tennis Team. Stephanie has won two Tennis Conference Championships. She has also been awarded multiple CUNY Scholar awards. Stephanie's passion for entrepreneurship led her to co-found a beauty e-commerce business that has been profitable for the past three years. Having placed 6th at a business plan pitch competition at American University in March of this year, she is refining her business plan for ScholarshipU, a one-stop-shop site for students seeking academic scholarships, and will begin fundraising for the her newest start up this summer. Next year, she looks forward to serving the student body as the Undergraduate Student Government's, External Affairs commissioner. 

Email: sahwiren@hunter.cuny.edu

 


Aleksandr Akulov graduated from Macaulay Honors College with a major in Economics and Political Science. While at Hunter, he had the opportunity to study in China, Cuba, and Israel. He worked in Corporate Development for Financial Products at Bloomberg LP focusing on mergers and acquisitions and strategic partnerships. He then worked as an Equity Specialist with a focus on fundamentals and equity derivatives assisting clients globally in dual languages.  Most recently he was promoted to the Asset and Investment Manager trade desk team where he closely manages major institutional buy-side firms and particularly hedge fund clients. Understanding the importance of opportunity, Aleksandr created a partnership between Bloomberg Assessment Test (BAT) and Hunter College; bringing opportunities to the school's diverse and driven students. Aleksandr currently attends New York Law School as an evening student, focusing on financial services law. In the near future, he is interested in attending business school and fulfilling the CFA designation. He is heavily involved with Hunter College and is proud and honored to mentor current Hunter College students.

 


Omar Albert, class of 2017, is an Economics and Chinese double major. He is the co-founder of My Kids Fantasy Playsets, an Orlando-based company that sells children’s outdoor equipment such as playsets, trampolines and basketball hoops through his e-commerce store. Omar is active on campus through his position as the Events Coordinator for Hunter’s Student Government and with his membership in SEEK, Thomas Hunter and the Chinese Language Flagship Honors Programs.

Email: Omar.Albert08@myhunter.cuny.edu

 


Jonathan "Jon" Ayala, class of 2016 at Hunter College is pursuing a degree in Economics. He has been a member of both the Hunter College Senate and the Committee on Grade Appeals since early 2014, and has also been a member of the most recent Search Committee for the Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Hunter. As a Sophomore, he served as a Student Ambassador in the Undergraduate Student Government. Outside of school, Jon has been a Business Support and Administration Intern at Job-Runners, LLC. (a NYC-based errand-running service), and worked as an office assistant at the Bronx County Historical Society. As a Cooperman Scholar, Jonathan is determined to explore his passions in business management, development, media, and entrepreneurship.

 


Vashti Barran is currently a junior at Hunter College. She is an Economics major and a student in the Thomas Hunter Honors Program. Originally from Guyana, Vashti grew up and still resides in Queens, New York. In addition to being a Leon Cooperman Scholar, Vashti is a 2012 New York Needs You Fellow and the President of the Hunter College GlamourGals Chapter. In May of 2013 she was awarded with the Vice Chancellor of the City University of New York's Excellence in Leadership Award and also the Hunter College Outstanding Service Award. Last summer she interned with Morgan Stanley Wealth Management and will be working with Macy's Corporate in the Buying & Planning team this summer. Vashti will also volunteer abroad in Guatemala City this summer with the international volunteer organization, Cross Cultural Solutions.

 


Ryan Baxter graduated with honors from the Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College in June 2012 with two bachelor's degrees in Urban Studies.  As an Urban Studies major, Ryan used his senior thesis to analyze and evaluate the affordable housing initiatives within the Bloomberg Administration's PlaNYC 2030 effort.  His major also required him to spend a semester working with New York State Assemblyman Dan Quart of the 73rd District on pertinent policy issues facing the area.  Ryan was a four-year starter on Hunter's Varsity Wrestling team, for which he received a CUNY Scholar-Athlete Award Honorable Mention and 2012 Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian award his senior year.  Ryan utilized his life-long participation in sports in his volunteer efforts on the board of a non-for-profit run out of Weill Cornell Medical School called Motivating Action through Community Health Outreach ("MAChO"), which works to promote healthy living through free after-school programming, mentoring, and family-oriented community based events for underprivileged children in Central and East Harlem. After graduation, Ryan joined the Real Estate Board of New York (“REBNY”) as a Policy Analyst.  Working within the Government Affairs and Management Services divisions of REBNY, Ryan’s work involves liaising with various City agencies and lobbying the State Legislature on behalf of the City's real estate industry.  His policy focus includes affordable housing, sustainability, as well as construction, and he was promoted to Senior Policy Analyst in 2013.  Prior to joining REBNY, Ryan also worked in investment banking with Lazard LTD and Gordian Group LLC.  Born and raised in New York City, Ryan was one of Hunter College's Campus School's last "lifers" as he graduated from the former nursery school in 1995.

 


Leon Bodden, class of 2015 at Hunter, is majoring in Africana/Puerto Rican/ Latino Studies. He is from Hempstead, NY and proud to be a student of NYC Business. Leon is Social Chair of the Leon Cooperman Pre-Business Program and Event Planner for the Hunter Entrepreneur Club. Leon is highly interested in entrepreneurship and has interned with startup companies around NYC. He is currently interning at a Startup company in the marketing and product development division, working closely with the COO and Marketing Director. He looks forward to being a serial entrepreneur in the future.

Email: leonbodden1@gmail.com

 


James Broughel is program manager of the Regulatory Studies Program at the Mercatus Center. He is a doctoral student in the economics program at George Mason University. He earned his MA in economics from Hunter College of the City University of New York.

 



Anastasia Buyalskaya‏, graduated in 2012 from Hunter College with a dual degree in Economics and Interdisciplinary Studies along with a minor in Public Policy from the Thomas Hunter Honors program. Currently, she works as an Analyst in the Institutional Sales group at BlackRock. At Hunter, Anastasia was a Mentoring Program Scholar and represented Hunter in the annual U.S. Naval Academy Foreign Affairs Conference in April of 2012. She spent several years teaching ballet classes at the Alvin Ailey School, where she herself studied for many years, and intends to one day be involved in promoting and funding the arts and arts education.

 


Colleen Cash is a rising senior from Stony Brook, New York. As a Muse Scholar, Colleen has had the privilege of acting as an arts ambassador for Hunter, and as such, Colleen has made it her goal to highlight the overlap between the arts and other disciplines by majoring in Special Honors through the Thomas Hunter Honors Program. Through the program, Colleen has been focusing on economic and cultural development via the Museum of Arts and Design, and Colleen hopes to expand her studies to include how cities build their cultural capital. Also a JFEW Eleanor Roosevelt Public Policy Scholar, Colleen has held several positions at the New York City Council, the New York States Council on the Arts, and most recently, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s Office. Colleen is currently an intern at Christie’s, the world’s leading auction house, and Colleen will continue her tenure at the company through August 2015. Recently elected as Hunter College’s Undergraduate Student Government President, Colleen is dedicated to the success of the student body at large, and she hopes to ensure that each student’s Hunter experience is one of extraordinary opportunity. Colleen will graduate in January 2015, and she hopes to enter the private art market upon her graduation.

Email: Colleen.cash13@yahoo.com

 


Karamo "Moe" Ceesay, class of 2015 at Hunter College is pursuing a B.A. in Political Science and Economics. Moe is currently a Credit Analyst intern at Odeon Capital Group, and has previous hedge fund and sell-side equity research experience working as a summer equity research associate at the Buckingham Research Institute and as a student investment analyst at Buckingham Capital. On campus, Moe serves as President and Chief Investment Officer of the Investment & Trading Society, an organization he founded for Hunter students interested in finance and investing.

 


Kristina Chan, class of 2016, is pursuing a BA in Economics with a minor in Math. In addition to the Leon Cooperman Scholarship Program, she is also part of the Roosevelt Scholars Honors Program, a cohort for students interested in public affairs. She has previously interned at Tommy Hilfiger, on their Business Intelligence and Analytics team, and at Inkwell Global Marketing, in their Sales and Marketing Department. She has also served as a Student Mentor for NYC Generation Tech and a Democracy Coach for Generation Citizen.

 


Patricia Colon is a 2014 graduate of Hunter College, with a degree in Economics along with minors in Political Science and Mass Media Communications. She is part of the NYC Asset Management Team at The Travelers Companies, Inc. On campus, Patricia was a student representative in the Hunter College Senate where she served on the Budget Committee and was the Vice President of the Hunter College Economics Club. She was also a Student Ambassador for Bloomberg LP and soon after became a Global Team Leader Student Ambassador at Bloomberg Institute, where she managed a team of students from the AMER, EMEA and APAC regions. Her honors and awards include her being a recipient in Morgan Stanley’s 2011 Early Insights Program for Women, an alumnus of the INROADS, and a JFEW Eleanor Roosevelt Scholar. While at Hunter, Patricia interned at Morgan Stanley, at the Office of the Mayor, Michael Bloomberg and at the Travelers Companies, in their Bond and Specialty Insurance Group.

 


Aissatou Diallo, class of 2017, at Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College is pursuing a BA/MA degree in Economics and considering a minor in Media and International Relations. Currently, Aissatou serves as the Communications Intern for the Jewish Foundation for Education of Women (JFEW). Previously, Aissatou served as the Director of Marketing and Advertising of TEDxCUNY, as an Administrative Intern at both Imperative - a career development platform, and at Adam Leitman Bailey PC, a real estate law firm. She’s also contributed to a local Brooklyn paper named Our Time Press and volunteers for Project Sunshine, a non-profit organization where they provide books or arts and craft materials to young hospital patients.

 


Josephine Djonovic is graduating in Spring 2014 with a Bachelors of Science in International Relations as well as Communications and Public Relations. Josephine has been a member of the Hunter Model UN Team since the Fall 2011 semester, has served as the team's Head Delegate since Fall 2012 and has won countless team and individual awards at national and international conferences. She has also received the Amelia Ottinger Award for Excellence in the Art of Debate every semester since joining the team. Though she is from the Bronx, Josephine credits her family’s background, being ethnically Albanian from Montenegro, for her interest in international affairs. Josephine is a Jewish Foundation for the Education of Women – Eleanor Roosevelt Scholar, which she was awarded for her passion for public service and women’s equality. She is also a Thomas W. Smith Fellow selected for her academic excellence and future plans, and a Leon Cooperman Scholar. Her ability to communicate well with others and represent the interest of large groups inspired her to study communications and public relations. Josephine has held numerous internship positions within the realm of external affairs at nonprofits, government offices, the UN and more recently in the corporate sphere. Josephine is currently completing an internship in corporate communications for Nickelodeon. 

 


Kwabena Donkor, graduated summa cum laude in 2013  from Hunter College with a BA/MA degree  in Economics and a minor in Mathematics. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Agricultural & Resource Economics at U.C. Berkeley. At Hunter, Kwabena was selected as a fellow at the CUNY Pipeline Program for Doctoral Studies and Research. He was honored with the Black Male Academic Excellence award, and the Senior Scholarship for Graduate Study. Beginning in the summer of 2013, Kwabena was a Senior Research Specialist at the Industrial Relations Section (Economics Dept.) at Princeton University for a year. Kwabena’s interests are in research of development and labor economics.

 


Kidus B. Gebrekidan is a Senior at Hunter College pursing a double major in Mathematics and Economics. He is originally from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and came to New York in pursuit of a better education. His hard-work and dedication has led him to thrive at Hunter earning him great distinctions and multiple scholarships. He has made the dean's list and is now a part of the Thomas Hunter Honors Program. Currently, Kidus interns at a small commodities trading firm in New York gaining invaluable experience as an options and futures trader.  

 


Anna Galayda, class of 2016, is majoring in Accounting at Hunter College with aspirations to pursue a CPA license. Currently, Anna interns at KPMG at their New York office Audit Practice. She has been a member of Hunter College Accounting Society E-board (Assistant Treasurer), Economics Club, Mentoring Program Scholar and an advanced-certified Tax Preparer volunteer in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. Anna has completed accounting internships at Eataly NY, Pure Minutes LLC, Film Nation LLC and 2 consecutive summer internships at Goldman Sachs. Anna is fluent in Russian, competent in Spanish and can read and write in German. After graduation, Anna hopes to pursue a career in financial services along with getting a yoga teacher certification. This summer, Anna will intern at PricewaterhouseCoopers as part of the Asset Management Real Estate team.

Email: galaydaanna@gmail.com

 


Hui Ting Jiang, class of 2014, is majoring in economics with minors in public policy and mathematics. She is a member of the Macaulay Honors College and Thomas Hunter Honors Program. Currently, she serves as the Finance Commissioner of Undergraduate Student Government, handling over one million dollars of student activity fees to better the Hunter College student body and community at large. She has previously worked in cross-cultural communications, private banking, and health care. Now, she is volunteering at the "I Have A Dream" Foundation and hopes to pursue education policy.

Email: htjiang@hunter.cuny.edu

 


Darya Kulyk is a student in the Thomas Hunter Honors program and is working towards an Honors BA degree in Media Studies with a minor in Economics. Based on her outstanding academic record, she is the recipient of various federal scholarships including the Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG) and the Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent (SMART) Grant. She has also recently become a member of the prestigious Golden Key Honors Society. Darya has seven years of management experience in various industries, the latest of which is the position of the project manager at a zoning and building code consulting firm. She curated the newly-built B & B carousel at Coney Island among other residential and commercial developments across the city. Darya is planning to pursue an MBA degree upon graduation. Her professional interests lie in consumer research and behavioral economics. She is fluent in Russian and Ukrainian and is competent in German.

 


Rita Kirzhner, class of 2015 at Macaulay Honors College at Hunter, is completing a double major in Economics and Psychology. On campus, Rita is the current President of the Entrepreneur Club, where she organizes events that focus on educating Hunter students about entrepreneurship, business, and professional development. She’s also a member the Investment and Trading Society and the Economics Club. While at Hunter, she’s interned as a Marketing Research Assistant at Sheffield Haworth, a global executive search firm in New York, and volunteered at the Sunset Terrace Psychosocial Club of Lutheran Medical Center. Rita had the pleasure of studying abroad in Madrid, Spain to pursue her goal of Spanish fluency. This past summer, Rita had a fantastic experience interning at the Institute for Private Investors (IPI) and looks forward to working there full-time as a Consultant upon graduation.

Email: rita.kirzhner@macaulay.cuny.edu

 


Juliette Levinton is a Junior at the Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College, currently pursuing a degree in Accounting. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Juliette has always had a keen interest in pursuing the world of business. She currently works as the executive assistant to the managing member of a financial advising company. This position requires her assistance in a variety of tasks, such as editing business plans, calculating various investment scenarios, and interacting with prospective clients on a daily basis. Juliette also works as the Treasurer for WHCS Hunter College Radio, where she co-hosts a Classic Rock Radio show. Juliette was recently selected as the NYC Affiliate of the American Woman's Society of CPAs 2014 Scholarship winner. When she’s not busy reading financial statements at work, or budgeting expenses at the radio station, Juliette enjoys reading at the local park (short stories especially), going to concerts (rock or indie music especially), or spending time at home with family (her dog, especially).

 


Bianca Malhotra, class of 2015, at the Macaulay Honors College at Hunter, studying Economics, Public Policy and Human Rights. She is from Brooklyn, NY and proud to be a student of the NYC public school system. Bianca is President of the Economics Club and Vice-President of the Hunter chapter of the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network. She is also involved in the greater Campus Network, a national student-run think tank and serves as the New Chapters Coordinator for the Northeast region. Bianca has interned at the Conference Board, NYC Law Department, and served as an academic mentor at a community college. She is currently interning at a non-profit in the development division, working closely with donors and future prospects to raise awareness about efforts to curb youth smoking. 

 


Andrew Marcus is a double major in math and physics and will graduate in May 2014. Andrew is pursuing a career in public service, with a focus on economic development and NYC government policy. Andrew was accepted into the highly competitive NYC Urban Fellows Program, where he will work full-time in city government for a nine month term. The program also includes weekly seminars from commissioners and government officials as well as trips to Albany and Washington, D.C. Andrew has previously worked in the NYC Economic Development Corporation, the NYC Office of the Mayor, and Goldman Sachs. Andrew was born and raised in Brooklyn and proudly attended NYC public schools.

Email: amarcusnyc@gmail.com

 


Anthony Margulies class of 2014 at Hunter College majored in both Environmental Studies (earth science concentration) and Economics. Currently, he is working for Hunter College as a Community Assistant at its 97th street dormitories and in the process of joining the United States Marine Corps as an Officer Candidate. At Hunter, Anthony was a Senior Senator in the Undergraduate Student Government, a Peer Health Exchange educator and an RA at the Hunter College Brookdale dormitories. While in Peer Health Exchange, Anthony was a member of the Leadership Council that coordinated and instructed the activities of the program on campus in addition to its public school volunteerism requirements. Anthony has held internships at Sheffield Haworth, an executive search firm in New York City and at GRACE Communications, working on environmental activism and blogging. Aside from those endeavors, Anthony has also studied abroad in both Argentina and Australia and plans to get a JD-MBA to work in environmentally responsible investments.

Email: marguliesanthony@gmail.com

 



Tomás Nivon graduated from Hunter with a degree in Economics and a minor in Mathematics. Currently, Tomás is pursuing a MS in Engineering with a focus in Financial Engineering at Cornell University. He also volunteers his time in a soup kitchen and as a mentor and math tutor for underprivileged students. At Hunter, Tomás was a Ronald E. McNair Scholar, Leon Cooperman scholar and a recipient of the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship. He has interned at financial firms and has been a Research Assistant for a leading financial economist at Stanford’s graduate school of Business Following the completion of his Master’s program at Cornell, Tomás plans to pursue a career in trading.

 

 


Jeremiah Ologhobo graduated in 2012 from Hunter with Departmental and Cum Laude honors in English. Presently, Jeremiah works for the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation helping to restore Canarsie Park and Rockaway beaches to their pre-Hurricane Sandy conditions. He also assists with the NYC Million Tree Initiative to beautify and improve the city's air quality. Previously, he worked as a Community Relations Specialist for the Department of Homeland Security--Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Small Business Administration (SBA), where he provided small business owners with necessary information about sponsored low-interest loan program requirements.


Stephanie Perez, class of 2016, is pursuing a degree in Accounting at Hunter College. She currently works in the Billing Department of a small medical company handling the accounts receivables of insurance claims. At Hunter, Stephanie was a member of All Island Kiwanis, which holds events serving children in her community, and of the Accounting Society  and participated in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, providing free tax help for low-income families. She has completed a tax accounting internship at an accounting services firm providing consulting services and tax returns for business owners. Upon graduating, Stephanie plans to pursue an MBA along with her CPA license.

Email: sjper@myhunter.cuny.edu

 


Abdul N. Rad, class of 2015, is pursuing a double major in Political Science and Studio Art. He has taken a position as a Paralegal at the law firm of Beldock, Levine, and Hoffman LLP, where he is working in the Trusts and Estates department. On campus, Abdul is a member of the Thomas Hunter Honors Program, and an Executive Board member of the Undergraduate Student Government, holding the position of Residence Hall Commissioner for the past two years. Additionally, he serves as the Student Parliamentarian for the Hunter College Senate, where he works closely with administration and faculty to create campus-wide policy change.  During his freshmen year, he interned at the Queens County District Attorney’s Office in the Intake Bureau. Subsequently, he worked as a Legal Assistant at Seeger Weiss LLP on Asbestos Litigation and Settlements, and on the NFL Litigation team.

 


Danielle Roth, class of 2016, is pursuing a major in Communications/Media Studies with plans to minor in Economics and Psychology. She currently serves as a member of the Faculty-Student Disciplinary Committee in Hunter’s Undergraduate Student Government and is a volunteer at Animal Haven, a shelter for abandoned dogs and cats. Danielle has held internships at the Office of the Governor of New York State, Andrew Cuomo,as well as at A+E Networks and Fox News Headquarters in their finance, marketing and business development departments. During her Sophomore year, she worked part-time in the Continuing Education Department at Hunter College.  Upon graduation, Danielle hopes to integrate acquired skills from previous internships, in a career that is motivating, challenging, and rewarding in the financial industry.

Email: Danielle.Roth22@MyHunter.cuny.edu

 


Nicola Scalise graduated in 2013 from Hunter College with a degree in Italian Language and Civilization. Currently, she works in Customer Service at Apple Inc. and plans to study Marketing in graduate school. At Hunter College, Nicola was a member of the Italian and Salsa clubs for 4 years and took part in the Public Service Scholar Program where she has spent the school year as a Legislative Aide at New York City Council Member Gale A. Brewer's office. Nicola was on the Dean’s List from 2010-2013 and won the Hunter College Italian Department Chair's award in 2011 as well as the Fanny Cafferata award in 2013. Nicola has completed internships in marketing at Tarte Cosmetics, and at Columbia University Press. In the future, Nicola would like to pursue a career in cosmetic marketing and would like to utilize her Italian language skill to work internationally.

 


Sara Setareh Shenas will graduate with a BA/MA in Statistics, and Economics in 2016. She is the vice-president of the Economics and Mathematics Clubs at Hunter College, and a member of the Hunter College Senate. She was born in Jerusalem to Iranian refugees. She is fluent in Farsi and Hebrew and is learning Spanish. Sara was a technical assistant at the registered investment advisory American Financial & Tax Strategies, Inc., and is currently a mathematics and economics tutor at Hunter College.

 


Umila is from Queens, New York and graduated from Hunter College in 2013 with a degree in Economics.  After graduation, she traveled to India to study Hindi as a Critical Language Scholar.  She also interned for a public policy think-tank based in Bangalore, India. Umila hopes to pursue a career in international development with interests in service delivery and social exclusion. 

 


Daniel (Danny) Sokolovsky, class of 2015 is a Statistics major and Macaulay Honors College undergraduate. He was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York where, on the famous asphalt park basketball courts, he developed a lifelong passion for basketball. Currently, Daniel is completing his senior year and competing on Hunter's basketball team. Daniel has spent time in various employment fields included summer camp management, casual and athletic apparel retail and personal academic tutoring.  This past summer, Daniel was an intern in the Basketball Operations department of the Brooklyn Nets.

Email: danielsokolovsky@yahoo.com.

 


Sheena Som, class of 2017, is pursuing degrees in Economics (B.A./M.A.) and Chinese (B.A.) at Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College. Sheena has worked with a non-profit for international education, a startup on social media management, a small woman-owned educational marketing firm   and other internships. Sheena’s passion for teaching has led her to tutor students at the Lower East Side Girls Club.

Email: sheena.som@gmail.com

 


Scott Tierney graduated in 2014, from the Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College where he majored in Political Science and minored in Economics. Along with being a Leon Cooperman Scholar, he was a Macaulay Honors Freshmen Peer Mentor, a Senior Senator in the Hunter College Undergraduate Student Government and played for the Hunter College Basketball team. Scott has studied abroad in both Argentina and Chile. He has completed internships at the Trade Office of Ecuador, Monarch Business and Wealth Management, Core Group, and Newmark Grubb Knight Frank. Currently, Scott works as an Assistant Property Manager at New York by Gehry at 8 Spruce Street for FirstService Residential.

Email: ScottAXTierney@gmail.com.

 


Peace Titilawo, class of 2016, is pursuing a degree in Economics with a minor in Public Policy. On campus, Peace serves as the Executive Secretary of the African Student Union at Hunter College, the Vice President and Secretary of the Hunter College Golden Key International Honor Society chapter, and as an administrative assistant for Hunter College’s main Wexler library. In addition to being a Leon Cooperman Scholar, Peace is a JFEW Eleanor Roosevelt Scholar and a part of the Mentoring Program at Hunter College. Peace enjoys volunteering at local soup kitchens, and has been working to address food justice in East New York with the non-profit organization called the East New York Farms! Project for over 6 years. Peace hopes to make her mark  in both the public and private sectors as a triple threat: businesswoman, social entrepreneur and policymaker.

Email: Peace.Titilawo42@myhunter.cuny.edu.

 


Aarsh Vora, class of 2016, is majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Economics and Mathematics. He is currently a Project Manager at Big Apple Art Gallery & Custom Framing where he oversees teams to develop mobile and web applications for the business and works with officers at the NY Art Expo to arrange for Big Apple Art Gallery be the exclusive framing partners for the show. On campus, Aarsh serves as a Computer Science Tutor at Hunter College, assisting all levels of students. As a teenager, Arsh started his own gaming website with his brother, where he managed several volunteers and a community of thousands of gamers. He’s held an internship at AIG in Commercial Claims Operations, where he was able to drastically reduce the turn-around time on analytical reports.

 


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