PIPELINE FELLOWSHIP ALUMNAE
Dawn Barber (2011 NYC)
Dawn is the co-founder of NY Tech Meetup, and is also the Apprenticeship Director for the
Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.
She is on the board of InSITE, and is a New York City Trustee of The Awesome Foundation.
Dawn lives in New York City with her husband and daughter, and received her BA from Clark
Fradel Barber (2012 NYC)
Fradel is the Visionary Entrepreneur and Director of Expansion World Financial Group. She is
a member of the Leadership Network of World Financial Group—a group of hand selected
individuals who will serve as the next wave of leaders for World Financial Group entrepreneurs—
and is a Brooklyn Community Services Fundraising Dinner 2011 Honoree. She attended Beth Rivkah High School.
Conor Barnes (2011 NYC)
Conor currently works at Good Cents Bookkeeping providing financial management to small businesses while pursuing a Master’s Degree at Rutgers University Business School. She is also a member of Echoing Green’s Social Investment Council. Conor holds a A.B. in Political Science from The University of Chicago.
Monica A. Barrera, DDS (2011 NYC)
Monica holds a DDS from New York University. She has owned and operated her own dental practice in New York for the last sixteen years. Monica is a medical member of the Surrogate Decision-Making Committee of the state of New York, which advises on medical needs for patients with disabilities.
Leah Belsky (2012 NYC)
Leah is VP of Strategic Development & Associate General Counsel at Kaltura, an Intel Capital funded startup launching the world's first open source media platform. She sits on the boards of Philadelphia Game Lab and Public Knowledge, an organization dedicated to preserving freedom on the web. She writes regularly about open technology, entrepreneurship, and the future of education at Opentec.org. Leah holds a BA in Human Biology and Political Theory from Brown University and a JD from Yale Law School.
Maureen Bouchard (2012 Boston)
Maureen is the Chief Compliance Officer of The 1911 Trust Company LLC. She has a background in the financial services industry as a former Series 7 licensed financial adviser and as a former CPA working with Deloitte & Touche in Boston. Maureen has served in the CFO and Controller position for several startups in the Boston area and participated in the successful IPO of a startup in 1998. She has taught accounting and investing classes for the RISE department of Rivier College and the Center for Women and Business in Boston. Maureen currently serves as a director of the Memorial Drive Investment Fund of Boston. She holds a BA in Business from the University of Maine Orono.
Binta Niambi Brown (2012 NYC)
Binta Niambi Brown is a lawyer, philanthropist, and humanitarian based in New York City. Binta has focused her efforts on advancing the cause of women and girls at home and around the globe, advocating for the arts and arts education, and manages a significant global pro bono practice focused on human rights advocacy. Binta was recognized by Crain’s New York Business as a 2011 “40 under 40” rising star in the New York business community; by the National Organization for Women as a Woman of Power and Influence; and, by Super Lawyers as a New York Super Lawyer Rising Star. She is a Trustee of Barnard College, a Trustee of the New York City Parks Foundation, a member of the American Theater Wing Board of Directors, and a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Binta is also a 2012 Truman National Security Fellow. Binta holds a BA from Barnard College and a JD from Columbia Law School.
Heather Cairns (2012 Executive Program)
Recruited by the founders of Google to implement and run HR practices, Heather Cairns championed the evolution of an early startup to a successful, global, high profile provider of Internet search. Following Google, she completed a graduate program at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA) to pursue a lifelong passion in painting while simultaneously studying for a Baking and Pastry Certificate. Heather’s advocacy work includes being a steward for the ocean through the New England Aquarium, helping disadvantaged women through Dress for Success, environmental initiatives through the New World Foundation, and being a major donor at the Peabody Essex Museum to fund their contemporary art initiative. She holds a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art, a certificate in HR from UC Berkeley, and a Post Baccalaureate Certificate from SMFA in Boston. She was also a member of Keiretsu, an organization of HR professionals in Silicon Valley.
Kristin Calve (2012 NYC)
Kristin is a serial entrepreneur with experience in startups, mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, new product development, nonprofits, as well as commercial and residential real estate. She has extensive experience in both traditional and new media, including executive positions at American Lawyer Media, The Deal, and A&E/The History Channel. Kristin's nonprofit experience includes multiple terms as President of the Board of Directors of the YWCA Darien/Norwalk, and she currently serves as Vice President of the Parents Association at the Whitby School in Greenwich. Kristin graduated from Fordham University with a BA in English Literature and an MBA in Finance and Marketing. An independent consultant and licensed realtor, Kristin is associated with Kelly Associates in Darien, CT, where she resides with her husband and four children.
Simone Castillo (2012 Executive Program)
Brooklyn, New York
Simone Castillo is a Senior Associate in KPMG's International Development Assistance Services Practice (IDAS) with over nine years of experience in providing fiscal management and operational advisory services to nonprofits and other charitable organizations. During her free time, she volunteers with organizations that assist underserved communities, such as Harlem Children's Zone and Harlem RBI. Simone holds a BA in International Relations and Economics from Tufts University.
Katherine Collins (2012 Boston)
Katherine is the Founder and CEO of Honeybee Capital, an investment research firm focused on sustainable investment issues. She is an active volunteer with Habitat for Humanity and has held numerous volunteer positions with Wellesley College. Katherine holds a BA in Economics and Japanese from Wellesley College and an MTS from the Harvard Divinity School.
Nancy Cremins (2012 Boston)
Nancy is a litigator and employment lawyer with the law firm Gesmer Updegrove LLP, where she works with entrepreneurs and startups. Nancy currently serves as President of the Women's Bar Association of Massachusetts, an organization committed to achieving the full and equal participation of women in the legal profession and in a just society. She is a wife and a mom to two children, ages 3 and 1. Nancy holds a BS in Biology from Boston College and received her JD from Northeastern University School of Law.
Elizabeth Crowell (2011 NYC)
Elizabeth is the partner/owner at Sterling Place, a Brooklyn-based, boutique retail store that specializes in home furnishings, rare antiques, and specialty gifts. She serves as the Co-Chair of the Atlantic Avenue Business Improvement District Steering Committee and as a Troop Leader for the Girl Scouts of Greater NY. Elizabeth holds a BA in Philosophy with a minor in Latin American Literature from Smith College.
Anna Curran (2012 NYC)
Anna Curran is the Founder of a print on demand startup CookbookCreate.com. Prior to launching her startup, she was selected to serve as the New York Co-Founder for Startup Weekend’s pilot program, The Startup Foundation. Anna has worked as a freelance digital strategist and online communications specialist in New York City assisting startups and nonprofits in developing their digital communications campaigns. Current and past client work includes: Lama Surya Das, a nationally best selling Tibetan Buddhist author; America: Now and Here, a cross-country journey of art and artists with Eric Fischl, Paul Simon, and Chuck Close; and, Personal Democracy Forum, the leading conference on Politics and Technology. She is a formally trained artist, printmaker, and dancer. She believes in volunteering for great organizations like She’s Geeky, Startup Weekend, Crisis Commons, and New Leaders Council.
Jamie Lynn Despres (2012 Executive Program)
Jamie has chased her passion for integrating beautiful design solutions with innovative technologies across the country twice in the past six years and is currently the Sr. Art Director of Razorfish's Emerging Experiences practice. She thrives in environments that challenge her to embrace an evolving society and the critical need to curate experiences that enhance people’s lives. As part of the leadership team, Jamie is especially mindful of bringing solutions to the table that empower her peers to succeed and admires her team's cross-discipline approach to problem solving. With Razorfish, Jamie has had the pleasure of working on global omni-channel campaigns for KIN, Windows Phone, Levi’s, AT&T, and Microsoft Retail. She has extensively worked with and for Microsoft’s UX teams on Windows Phone and Windows 8 to help define their innovative user experience guidelines. Jamie is a volunteer for Travel4Soles. She also financially contributes to Planned Parenthood, the ACLU, and the Costa Rican Humanitarian Foundation. Jamie graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a BFA in Graphic Design and Letterform.
Susan G. Duffy, PhD (2012 Boston)
Susan is the Executive Director of the Center for Women’s Leadership (CWL) at Babson College, a collaborative living laboratory of research, education, and practice that advances women as entrepreneurial leaders of economic and social impact everywhere. Before joining Babson, Susan launched the undergraduate program in entrepreneurship at Simmons College, where she was named the 2011 “Professor of the Year.” Currently she serves on the board of directors of the International Council for Small Business, the Center for Women’s Business Research, and Venturing Out, a Massachusetts nonprofit that teaches entrepreneurship to incarcerated and court- involved adults and high-risk youth. Susan holds a PhD from The George Washington University (GWU) in Management and Organization, an MS in Applied Behavioral Science from The Johns Hopkins University, and a BS in Nutrition Science from The Pennsylvania State University.
Caryn Effron (2012 NYC)
Caryn Effron is the Founder of GoGirl Finance, an online community empowering women to be more confident when dealing with money. She has spent her career in commercial real estate and currently is a Senior Managing Director for Ackman Ziff, a preeminent real estate capital advisory firm. She is passionate about financial literacy for women and is also active in youth education. Caryn has been a Say Yes to Education board member since the launch of the NYC chapter. She earned an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business and holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Michigan. Caryn lives in New York with her husband and three children.
Nicole Faurot (2012 NYC)
Nicole Faurot works in investor relations at Centerbridge Partners, L.P. and currently focuses on representing the firm’s control and distressed for control platform to investors. Nicole chairs the Emory University Alumnae and Women in New York and is the treasurer of the young professionals board of the Committee for Hispanic Children and Families. Nicole has worked with the Taproot Foundation, Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo, and the Valerie Fund among others. Prior to Centerbridge, Nicole worked at Morgan Stanley in roles including investment banking, strategic acquisitions and business development, and at Bear Stearns. She holds a BA in Spanish and Interdisciplinary Studies from Emory University.
Erica Frontiero (2011 NYC)
Erica is a Senior Vice President in Capital Markets at GE Capital. With over 10 years in debt sales and trading, Erica sells commercial loans raised for corporations and private equity clients across a wide spectrum of industries to investors. She is also the co-leader for the NY/NJ chapter of the Women’s Network at GE, which fosters women’s professional development, and is an active volunteer with Dress for Success; serving as the President of Y.E.S.!, Young Executives for Success. Erica is a member of the creative advisory board for Orchid Worldwide and holds a BA in Economics from Wake Forest University.
Galia Gichon (2012 NYC)
Galia Gichon is the Founder of Down-to-Earth Finance, an independent financial education company based in New York City. She is on the board of In Good Company, a community for women entrepreneurs and a regular speaker at Barnard University's Athena Center for Leadership and the Freelancers Union. She earned her BS in Finance from University of Florida and MBA in Finance from Fordham University. She currently lives with her husband and two daughters in Westport, Connecticut.
Dr. Abbie Griffin (2012 Executive Program)
Salt Lake City, Utah
Abbie is the Royal L. Garff Presidential Chair in Marketing at the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah. She is passionate about environmentalism and serves as the Director of the YMCA of Northern Utah as well as the Director of the Intermountain Research and Medical Foundation Quilt Auction Board. Abbie holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University, an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a PhD in Management of Technology and Marketing from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
J. Kelly Hoey (2011 NYC)
Kelly is a business strategist and adviser to companies and firms on networking; creating and engaging voluntary communities; and, business relationship development strategies. She is the former President of 85 Broads, a women’s global business network. Kelly holds an LLB from the University of British Columbia and a BA in Political Science and Economics from the University of Victoria.
Jocelyn Jacobson (2012 NYC)
Jocelyn is a litigation partner at Reitler Kailas & Rosenblatt. She previously worked as Director of Policy and Budget for the Manhattan Borough President. Jocelyn is a Co-Chair of the Solo and Small Law Firm Committee of the New York Women’s Bar Association. Jocelyn has her JD from the Fordham University School of Law and a BA in Political Science from the University of Chicago.
Kellee Joost (2012 NYC)
Kellee Joost has a background as an entrepreneur, fundraiser, marketer, and public policy professional. Most recently she was co-founder and managing director of Integrative Pet Care, an animal rehabilitation center in Chicago, taking the entity from conception to capitalization to realization and its sale. Now residing in New York with her husband, she is an operations consultant for Hope Sings, serves on the Season of Cambodia planning team, and is an avid international traveler. Kellee holds a BA in Communications Arts and Sciences from The Pennsylvania State University.
Diane Kaslow (2011 NYC)
Diane is the President of Kaslow Fine Art and an investor in Food52.com. She has been actively involved with the development and growth of several charities. Diane holds an MBA from Case Western Reserve University and a BS/BA from John Carroll University.
Angela Lee (2012 NYC)
Angela has over 10 years of experience in strategy consulting and corporate training. She is currently involved in an innovation capability-building program in a large pharmaceutical company and has formerly served as an Engagement Manager at McKinsey & Company focusing on strategy and marketing issues for Fortune 100 clients. Angela is a guest lecturer at Columbia and Columbia Business School and speaks on topics including strategic problem solving and career coaching. She has trained classes of incoming McKinsey consultants in a one-week “Basic Consulting Readiness” program, which entails teaching the consulting skill set in a case based format. Angela holds an MBA from Columbia Business School. She lives with her husband in Manhattan, and they love to travel, cook, and play board games.
Pamella Leiter (2012 Executive Program)
Pam has experience as a serial entrepreneur having founded Formations in Health Care, Inc., a healthcare outcomes measurement company, owned Data Device, Inc., a data networking company, and created Pamella Knits, a hand-knit accessories company. Her first company, Formations, was sold and went public in 1998. She currently works at The American College of Surgeons in Chicago, Illinois, where she is developing and launching The Surgeon Specific Registry (SSR). The SSR measures General Surgeons’ complications in the most common surgical procedures, and assists them to improve general surgery techniques. Pam is a therapeutic parent specializing in Reactive Attachment Disorder and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. She has an MSA from University of Notre Dame, and a BS in Occupational Therapy from University of Illinois.
Holly Lynch (2012 NYC)
Holly Lynch is the Founder and CEO of The Good Girls. A native of New York City, Holly is an advertising, strategic planning, and brand communications veteran, with twelve years’ experience at agencies such as Ogilvy, BBH, and StrawberryFrog. She led the Dove Campaign for Real Beauty and Self-Esteem Fund; has consulted with Procter & Gamble on how to innovate and promote a healthier, more sustainable product line for future generations; and, sits on the boards of numerous nonprofits. After working across a multitude of channels, brands, and consumer segments, Holly began to envision a future and global economy in which at least 50% of the world’s successful and socially progressive brands and businesses would and should be led by women. As a result, Holly founded The Good Girls in 2010 to champion, position, and build this future for women. She holds a BA in Anthropology from Harvard University and an MA in Fine and Decorative Arts from Sotheby’s Institute of Art.
Jessica Roazzi-Magoch (2011 NYC)
Jessica most recently served as Regional Vice President of Sales at Atlantis Health Plan. She is a Kundalini Yoga instructor and Shotokan Martial Artist. Jessica holds a BFA in Acting from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Linda Moraski (2012 Boston)
Linda is the President and CEO of PeopleSERVE, a technology services and staffing firm based in Chestnut Hill. She is a board member of Smaller Business Association of New England (SBANE), a member of Women’s Presidents Organization and is active in several charitable organizations, including The Children’s Trust Fund, Crittenton Women’s Union, Cape Ann Food Pantry, and Girls on the Run. Linda received her MBA from Northeastern University.
Stephanie D. Murphy (2012 Executive Program)
Stephanie D. Murphy is a managing director at SunGate Capital with extensive experience in strategy and operations. She is a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations and an adviser for AthenaPowerLink. She serves on the boards of Mead Botanical Garden and Bajalia, a social enterprise that uses trade, training and other forms of community development to help alleviate poverty and empower artisans. She consults on family enterprise and social entrepreneurship initiatives for the Center for Advanced Entrepreneurship at the Crummer Graduate School of Business. Stephanie holds an MS in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and a BA in Economics from the College of William and Mary.
Nandini P. Narula (2012 NYC)
Nandini is an independent consultant, delivering strategic advisory services to nonprofits and social enterprises. Prior to this, she was the co-founder and CTO of GreenMango, a social enterprise that provides an online marketing platform to low-income entrepreneurs in India. Nandini’s passion for social enterprise was sparked while she worked in the microfinance sector for several years, supporting the growth of microfinance organizations internationally. She started her career in the technology sector where she managed large-scale web development projects at Fortune 500 companies. Nandini holds an MSc degree in Economic Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a BS in Computer Science from the University of Michigan. Nandini is an Echoing Green Fellow (2008) and Cartier Women’s Initiative Laureate (2007).
Kelly Northridge (2012 Executive Program)
Kelly is a Vice President with Outcomes Insights, Inc., a consulting company specializing in pharmacoeconomics and observational data analysis within the biotechnology industry. She has a background in finance, change management, and mergers and acquisitions, and currently focuses on economic modeling and international strategy. Kelly is actively involved in organizations that support women and children locally and internationally. She holds a BS cum laude from the University of Nevada, Reno in International Business and Economics, an MBA from Cornell University focused in International Sustainable Business, and an MPH from UCLA focused in International Health.
Emma Nothmann (2011 NYC)
Emma is a Principal at Booz & Company and is based in San Francisco, California. She leads the firm’s North American Education Practice and currently serves as a Harvard College Interviewer. Emma holds an AB from Harvard University in East Asian Studies.
Mary-Helen "MH" Nsangou (2012 Boston)
MH is the Executive Director of the Allston Brighton Community Development Corporation. Her community development background integrates private sector investment with social outcomes in affordable housing, individual asset growth, and small business development. MH completed the General Management Program at Harvard Business School and is pursuing her MBA at Bentley University. She holds a BA in Ethics from Wesleyan University.
Helaine Olen (2012 NYC)
Helaine is the author of Pound Foolish, a look at the personal finance industry, which will be published by Penguin’s Portfolio imprint later in 2012. A freelance journalist, she writes frequently on issues pertaining to both women and money, and parenting and finances. Helaine lives in the Hudson Valley, just north of New York City, with her husband and two sons, and received her AB in English from Smith College.
Linda Pizzuti Henry (2012 Boston)
Linda recently created and co-produced an Emmy nominated television show for a regional sports network, which was then picked up by the MLB Network and will air in spring 2012. She is working on additional shows that tell inspirational stories about people who work hard and give back to the community. Linda is a passionate community activist, serving as a director of the Red Sox Foundation, the Liverpool Football Club Foundation, Boston Public Market, and the John W. Henry Family Foundation, which supports many charitable organizations throughout Boston, New England, and Florida. She also serves on an MIT Visiting Committee. Linda has been involved in real estate development and investment for over ten years specializing in energy efficient buildings. She received her BS from Babson College and her Master’s degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Camille Preston, PhD, PCC (2012 Boston)
Camille is the Founder and CEO of AIM Leadership, a coaching and training company focused on improving individual, team, and organizational effectiveness by developing leadership capabilities from the inside out. She is also an author whose works include Virtual Effectiveness, The Science of Complexification, Random Acts of Appreciation, Virtual Influence, The Art of Optimization, Authentic Encounters, and Virtual Authenticity. She serves as an adviser, guest speaker, and mentor for Compass Partners, a nonprofit collegiate organization that helps develop responsible entrepreneurs. Camille holds a BA from Williams College and a PhD in Psychology from the University of Virginia.
Shaifali Puri (2012 NYC)
Shaifali Puri is the Executive Director of Scientists Without Borders, a public/private partnership that generates, shares, and advances solutions to the world’s most pressing global development challenges through open and collaborative innovation. Shaifali serves on the Board of the New York City Economic Development Corporation and on the Advisory Council for the Digital Health Initiative of the United Nations Office of Partnerships. She is a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations. In 2011, she was named to Crain’s New York’s “40 under 40” list of the top young business leaders in New York.
Padmaja Raman (2012 Boston)
Padmaja was born and brought up in the southern Indian city of Bangalore. She currently focuses on taking care of her two young children. Padmaja previously worked at Environmental Futures, a boutique consulting firm affiliated with Citizens Energy, where she focused on marketing new environmentally-safe products. She holds a BA in Journalism from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis and a Master’s degree in Cross-Cultural Education from Lesley University.
Liz Roberts (2012 NYC)
Liz is the Chief Strategy Officer at SX2 Media Labs where she directs web site positioning, product development, and revenue optimization. She is actively involved in organizations that empower women. Liz holds a BA from Smith College.
Sheri Sandler (2012 NYC)
Sheri is the director of a family foundation and is engaged in investment management for a family office. She received her BA in Finance from the University of Wisconsin and attended the Master of Arts Program in the History of Decorative Arts and Design offered by Parsons The New School and the Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of Design. She has worked at the Cooper-Hewitt and Architectural Digest. Sheri’s board affiliations include: The Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy, Goddard Riverside Community Center, The New York Women’s Foundation, The Jewish Women’s Archive, and The Women’s Donor Network. Sheri lives on the Upper West side with her husband and has a 26-year-old daughter.
Janet Simpson Benvenuti (2012 Boston)
Following a career as a scientist, pharmaceutical executive, and management consultant, Janet currently is the Founder and CEO of Circle of Life Partners, a firm that helps families successfully support aging parents and maintain their financial health. She serves on several nonprofit boards including the Marino Center for Integrative Health; the Women’s Health Advocates, Brigham & Women’s Hospital; and, the Nashoba Brooks School. Janet holds an MS in Chemistry from the University of Massachusetts-Lowell and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Sheri Sobrato Brisson (2012 NYC)
Sheri Sobrato Brisson is a Trustee at Sobrato Family Foundation in Silicon Valley. Sheri’s long-term passion is working directly with children facing serious illnesses and their families. Other philanthropic interests include small arts organizations, youth development, and global programs targeting women and children. She also serves as an advisory board member of the Okizu Foundation, Dance Repertory, and Parents Helping Parents. Sheri holds an AB from Stanford University and an MA in counseling psychology from Santa Clara University. She and her husband and two young children recently moved to New York from Paris.
Bonnie Tonita White (2012 Executive Program)
Bonnie is currently a proofreader for the Calgary Herald and has served in a number of roles including as a French immersion teacher, public affairs and media relations specialist, as well as a commercial real estate agent. She is the President of Young Women’s group and an active volunteer working with a number of groups in her community. Bonnie holds a BEd from the University of Alberta and a BA in Applied Communications from Mount Royal College. She is the mother of four children and lives in Calgary.
Jade Netanya Ullmann (2012 NYC)
Jade Netanya Ullmann is the Director of Development, Membership, and Outreach for Romemu, the NYC transformative center for Judaism. Jade is on the board of ALEPH, Alliance for Jewish Renewal of which Romemu is an affiliate community. Jade received her BA degree from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, where she was the West Coast Area Coordinator for Students for a Free Tibet. She sits on the board of Common Fire Foundation, the builders of the highest-level green building on the Eastern US. Jade is a member of the Threshold Foundation and has been involved in funding circles and grant making focused on restorative justice, co-existence, and community organizing. She is also involved in her family foundation.
Maggie Williams (2011 NYC)
Maggie Williams is a strategic advisor for legislative advocacy and organizational development. She has extensive experience with grassroots community organizations and working to ensure that all communities have their voices heard in the political and legislative process. Most recently, Maggie applied her experience of collaborating with grassroots organizations to analyzing and drafting legislation and making policy decisions with the Democratic Majority in the New York State Senate. Maggie also serves on the board of the North Star Fund and holds a JD from Columbia University and a BA from Yale University.
M.C. Grace Yang (2012 Executive Program)
Grace is a founding member of Half the Sky Quebec, a network dedicated to raising awareness and encouraging action through partnership with like-minded individuals, organizations, and lawmakers to facilitate the required systemic change to end violence against women and create real gender equity. In November 2012, she will be co-hosting the TedxYouth@Montreal, an initiative stemming from her desire to empower and inspire the young leaders of tomorrow. Grace has broad investment experience across numerous industries in publicly traded companies from her previous capacities as an equity analyst at Scotia Capital and a portfolio manager at CDP Capital. Grace is a Chartered Financial Analyst and holds an MBA from University of Western Ontario and a BMath in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo.
Christina Young (2012 Executive Program)
San Francisco, California
Christina Young is the founder of Wingo International with business operations in San Francisco and Shanghai. She is on the board of Baicaoji Charity Foundation and is a member of the CEO Association in China. She lives in San Francisco and received her MBA from Washington University in St. Louis.
Ming Zhao (2012 NYC)
Ming currently works for a hedge fund. She is particularly interested in how the emergence of new technologies has impacted and reshaped our society. Ming holds a BS in Computer Science from Nankai University in China and a PhD in Statistics from Stony Brook University.