Administration

 
Publisher  Samantha Spielman is a junior majoring in Finance with a concentration in Corporate Finance at Bentley University. She also plans to pursue a Masters in Finance at Bentley’s McCallum Graduate School of Business. This summer, Samantha interned at Stifel Financial Corp. on a team specializing in alternative investments. She is fascinated by investment banking, financial planning, and asset management and is eager to learn about the nuances of global markets and financial institutions. In addition to her career interests, Samantha works as a Project Manager for the Bentley Service-Learning and Civic Engagement Center, where she volunteers at an after-school program in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Publisher

Samantha Spielman is a junior majoring in Finance with a concentration in Corporate Finance at Bentley University. She also plans to pursue a Masters in Finance at Bentley’s McCallum Graduate School of Business. This summer, Samantha interned at Stifel Financial Corp. on a team specializing in alternative investments. She is fascinated by investment banking, financial planning, and asset management and is eager to learn about the nuances of global markets and financial institutions. In addition to her career interests, Samantha works as a Project Manager for the Bentley Service-Learning and Civic Engagement Center, where she volunteers at an after-school program in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Director of Recruiting  Matthew Martratt is a junior Music Education major and Entrepreneurship minor currently enrolled at Susquehanna University. Ever since starting his own business, he has had an interest in fin-tech, economics, and various Block chain related topics. In his articles, he wants to cover many of these issues, giving a new perspective to SnoQap Financial’s readers.

Director of Recruiting

Matthew Martratt is a junior Music Education major and Entrepreneurship minor currently enrolled at Susquehanna University. Ever since starting his own business, he has had an interest in fin-tech, economics, and various Block chain related topics. In his articles, he wants to cover many of these issues, giving a new perspective to SnoQap Financial’s readers.

 
 
Editor  Torin McFarland is the Chief of Staff to the Office of Private Equity - M&A Programs at SAP. He recently earned his Master of Finance from Penn State University, and holds a dual-degree in Finance and Economics from Susquehanna University. As an avid runner, cyclist, and writer, Torin can generally be found doing one of the three at any given time.

Editor

Torin McFarland is the Chief of Staff to the Office of Private Equity - M&A Programs at SAP. He recently earned his Master of Finance from Penn State University, and holds a dual-degree in Finance and Economics from Susquehanna University. As an avid runner, cyclist, and writer, Torin can generally be found doing one of the three at any given time.

Editor  Olivia Bodner is a junior English Secondary Education major with a Publishing and Editing minor at Susquehanna University. At Susquehanna, Olivia works as the Head Writing Consultant at the University Writing Center and has experience working as an editorial intern for the Northeastern Modern Language Association's Modern Language Studies publication. Olivia is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, an international professional music fraternity, and is an avid reader, traveler, photographer, and musician.

Editor

Olivia Bodner is a junior English Secondary Education major with a Publishing and Editing minor at Susquehanna University. At Susquehanna, Olivia works as the Head Writing Consultant at the University Writing Center and has experience working as an editorial intern for the Northeastern Modern Language Association's Modern Language Studies publication. Olivia is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, an international professional music fraternity, and is an avid reader, traveler, photographer, and musician.

Editor  Madison Colledge is a graduate of Marist College where she majored in political science and environmental policy. She also has an ABA certified paralegal certificate. She has been with Snoqap since April of 2016 but took a short hiatus to move to Spain where she currently works as an English teaching assistant. After her year abroad she plans to continue work in the legal field doing environmental law akin to her internships throughout college. She is so excited to be back with Snoqap editing again.

Editor

Madison Colledge is a graduate of Marist College where she majored in political science and environmental policy. She also has an ABA certified paralegal certificate. She has been with Snoqap since April of 2016 but took a short hiatus to move to Spain where she currently works as an English teaching assistant. After her year abroad she plans to continue work in the legal field doing environmental law akin to her internships throughout college. She is so excited to be back with Snoqap editing again.

Editor  Sean Francis is a junior at Bentley University, majoring in economics-finance and global perspectives. This spring, he is studying abroad in Australia at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, where he will further his studies in economics, finance, and global cultures. He is particularly fascinated with history and how historical methods may be applied in the study of economics. Sean is a member of Future Business Leaders of America and has developed his administrative finance skills at his internship at Raytheon this past summer.

Editor

Sean Francis is a junior at Bentley University, majoring in economics-finance and global perspectives. This spring, he is studying abroad in Australia at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, where he will further his studies in economics, finance, and global cultures. He is particularly fascinated with history and how historical methods may be applied in the study of economics. Sean is a member of Future Business Leaders of America and has developed his administrative finance skills at his internship at Raytheon this past summer.

 

Board of Directors

Founder  Alex Warfel is a 2017 graduate of Marist College nestled in the Hudson Valley of New York. Today he lives in Philadelphia and works as a business intelligence consultant for IPC Global, a leading data analytics consulting firm. He is a CFA Level 3 Candidate scheduled to sit for the exam in June 2020. Alex is an avid runner, reader, musician, and amateur mechanic.

Founder

Alex Warfel is a 2017 graduate of Marist College nestled in the Hudson Valley of New York. Today he lives in Philadelphia and works as a business intelligence consultant for IPC Global, a leading data analytics consulting firm. He is a CFA Level 3 Candidate scheduled to sit for the exam in June 2020. Alex is an avid runner, reader, musician, and amateur mechanic.

Board Member  Anna Yurkova is a recent immigrant from Russia and graduate of Susquehanna University with a degree in political science and international studies. She works as a paralegal at Laura Devine Attorneys. During her time at Susquehanna, Anna was an active member of student government association and a national service fraternity. With a unique background and experiences, she hopes to bring a fresh and dynamic perspective on international issues that have wide-ranging impacts.

Board Member

Anna Yurkova is a recent immigrant from Russia and graduate of Susquehanna University with a degree in political science and international studies. She works as a paralegal at Laura Devine Attorneys. During her time at Susquehanna, Anna was an active member of student government association and a national service fraternity. With a unique background and experiences, she hopes to bring a fresh and dynamic perspective on international issues that have wide-ranging impacts.

Board Member  Timos Pietris is a recent graduate of Marist College with a degree in Finance and Applied Mathematics. At SnoQap, he serves as an advisor for the Finance Group, working with writers to bring out their best analysis of the markets. He is an avid follower and student of the markets, reading pretty much anything that he can get his hands on. His favorite part, however, is breaking down the most complex aspects of the industry in a way that the average person can swallow.

Board Member

Timos Pietris is a recent graduate of Marist College with a degree in Finance and Applied Mathematics. At SnoQap, he serves as an advisor for the Finance Group, working with writers to bring out their best analysis of the markets. He is an avid follower and student of the markets, reading pretty much anything that he can get his hands on. His favorite part, however, is breaking down the most complex aspects of the industry in a way that the average person can swallow.

Board Member  Nicholas Colletta is a 2018 graduate of Azusa Pacific University with a degree in Business Finance and minor in economics. He currently works at Krellwitz, Kurimoto & Associates as an Investment Research Analyst. He holds the CAIA designation and is a CFA level 2 candidate. Nick is an avid reader and is interested in becoming a portfolio manager in the future.

Board Member

Nicholas Colletta is a 2018 graduate of Azusa Pacific University with a degree in Business Finance and minor in economics. He currently works at Krellwitz, Kurimoto & Associates as an Investment Research Analyst. He holds the CAIA designation and is a CFA level 2 candidate. Nick is an avid reader and is interested in becoming a portfolio manager in the future.

Board Member  Scott Glascott is a Partner and Lead Developer at SnoQap Financial. He studies Computer Science at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He worked with Temple’s Data Science Department to find a new approach to recommendation-driven clinical trial design. He currently oversees algorithm design, database management, and back-end development.

Board Member

Scott Glascott is a Partner and Lead Developer at SnoQap Financial. He studies Computer Science at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He worked with Temple’s Data Science Department to find a new approach to recommendation-driven clinical trial design. He currently oversees algorithm design, database management, and back-end development.

Board Member  Christina Martin is a graduate of Susquehanna University. She is extremely interested in the growing industry of political communications after completing work with Change.org as a consultant and as a campaign manager for a local school board campaign. She studied political science, public policy, and Spanish and served as the President of the Student Government Association of her university. Christina is currently in Spain, serving as an English teacher in Madrid with CIEE.

Board Member

Christina Martin is a graduate of Susquehanna University. She is extremely interested in the growing industry of political communications after completing work with Change.org as a consultant and as a campaign manager for a local school board campaign. She studied political science, public policy, and Spanish and served as the President of the Student Government Association of her university. Christina is currently in Spain, serving as an English teacher in Madrid with CIEE.

 

Contributing Writers

 
Contributing Writer  Ciera McFarland is a sophomore at Penn State University, majoring in Aerospace Engineering and minoring in Information Sciences and Technology for Aerospace Engineering. She is particularly interested in research involving autonomy, robotics, and spacecraft, and she works in the Biological & Robotic Intelligent Fluid Locomotion lab on campus. She is also a member of the Millennium Scholars Program, which prepares students for doctoral studies in STEM fields. Her goal is to earn her PhD in Aerospace Engineering and join the space industry in their attempts to explore other planets.

Contributing Writer

Ciera McFarland is a sophomore at Penn State University, majoring in Aerospace Engineering and minoring in Information Sciences and Technology for Aerospace Engineering. She is particularly interested in research involving autonomy, robotics, and spacecraft, and she works in the Biological & Robotic Intelligent Fluid Locomotion lab on campus. She is also a member of the Millennium Scholars Program, which prepares students for doctoral studies in STEM fields. Her goal is to earn her PhD in Aerospace Engineering and join the space industry in their attempts to explore other planets.

Junior Contributing Writer  Conor McCabe is a sophomore at Baruch College majoring in finance at the Zicklin School of Business in New York, NY. He enjoys studying trends and researching the volatility of the market. Conor is fascinated with the choices companies make, and how they effect stocks both positively and negatively. Conor is a member of his school's NCAA Baseball Team and the Sigma Alpha Delta Honor Society. In his free time, he enjoys playing watching sports and playing golf.

Junior Contributing Writer

Conor McCabe is a sophomore at Baruch College majoring in finance at the Zicklin School of Business in New York, NY. He enjoys studying trends and researching the volatility of the market. Conor is fascinated with the choices companies make, and how they effect stocks both positively and negatively. Conor is a member of his school's NCAA Baseball Team and the Sigma Alpha Delta Honor Society. In his free time, he enjoys playing watching sports and playing golf.

Junior Contributing Writer  Nick Tsigas is a sophomore majoring in Finance and Economics and minoring in Accounting at Fairfield University. Nick has a passionate interest in investment banking, private equity and wealth management, and is eager to expand his understanding of global markets, economic developments, and worldwide financial institutions. He has supplemented his classroom education with a commitment to developing the technical and analytic skills essential for success in financial services, and hopes to begin his professional career by pursuing an internship within the financial industry. In addition to his professional interests, Nick is an NCAA Division 1 athlete on the Fairfield University Men's Swim team.

Junior Contributing Writer

Nick Tsigas is a sophomore majoring in Finance and Economics and minoring in Accounting at Fairfield University. Nick has a passionate interest in investment banking, private equity and wealth management, and is eager to expand his understanding of global markets, economic developments, and worldwide financial institutions. He has supplemented his classroom education with a commitment to developing the technical and analytic skills essential for success in financial services, and hopes to begin his professional career by pursuing an internship within the financial industry. In addition to his professional interests, Nick is an NCAA Division 1 athlete on the Fairfield University Men's Swim team.

Junior Contributing Writer  Nick Barba is a junior Entrepreneurship, Finance, and Accounting major at Syracuse University. As a member of the University's Blackstone LaunchPad, he helps student startups develop their ideas and become investment ready. In his free time, Nick enjoys playing the drum set in the University Pep Band. His articles focus on financing in the startup world.

Junior Contributing Writer

Nick Barba is a junior Entrepreneurship, Finance, and Accounting major at Syracuse University. As a member of the University's Blackstone LaunchPad, he helps student startups develop their ideas and become investment ready. In his free time, Nick enjoys playing the drum set in the University Pep Band. His articles focus on financing in the startup world.

Junior Contributing Writer  Ryan Gillette is a sophomore at Bentley University majoring in Corporate Finance & Accounting and Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility. He was recently accepted to the BS/MS in 4 years program where he will also earn his Masters of Finance. On campus, Ryan is a loan analyst for the Bentley Microfinance Group, member of the Bentley Investment Group and Bentley Ski & Snowboard Club. This spring, he will be spending the semester studying at the Universität Innsbruck in Austria.

Junior Contributing Writer

Ryan Gillette is a sophomore at Bentley University majoring in Corporate Finance & Accounting and Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility. He was recently accepted to the BS/MS in 4 years program where he will also earn his Masters of Finance. On campus, Ryan is a loan analyst for the Bentley Microfinance Group, member of the Bentley Investment Group and Bentley Ski & Snowboard Club. This spring, he will be spending the semester studying at the Universität Innsbruck in Austria.

Junior Contributing Writer  Isaac Darwiche is a Junior at Babson College majoring in Finance and Economics with a minor in Data Analytics. Isaac spent most of his life living in Caracas, Venezuela, where the political and economic situation forced his family to move to Miami, FL. He has spent the majority of his college career analyzing the socioeconomic environment in the international and emerging markets. Isaac enjoys helping his community by volunteering at Boston's Sociedad Latina program which empowers Latino students to start their own businesses. He is also the President of the Association of Latin Professionals for America (ALPFA) at Babson. After graduating, Isaac plans to join the banking world in hopes to pursue a career in Wealth Management.

Junior Contributing Writer

Isaac Darwiche is a Junior at Babson College majoring in Finance and Economics with a minor in Data Analytics. Isaac spent most of his life living in Caracas, Venezuela, where the political and economic situation forced his family to move to Miami, FL. He has spent the majority of his college career analyzing the socioeconomic environment in the international and emerging markets. Isaac enjoys helping his community by volunteering at Boston's Sociedad Latina program which empowers Latino students to start their own businesses. He is also the President of the Association of Latin Professionals for America (ALPFA) at Babson. After graduating, Isaac plans to join the banking world in hopes to pursue a career in Wealth Management.

Junior Contributing Writer  Henry SooHoo is a economics and finance major at Bentley University currently attending the General Course at the London School of Economics. His major academic interests include behavioral economics, monetary policy, and international relations. Needless to say, it is an exciting time to be alive. At the LSE, Henry participates in debate, rowing, and micro-finance in addition to the occasional urban biking excursion. Always open to new ideas, he encourages readers to reach out about shared interests.

Junior Contributing Writer

Henry SooHoo is a economics and finance major at Bentley University currently attending the General Course at the London School of Economics. His major academic interests include behavioral economics, monetary policy, and international relations. Needless to say, it is an exciting time to be alive. At the LSE, Henry participates in debate, rowing, and micro-finance in addition to the occasional urban biking excursion. Always open to new ideas, he encourages readers to reach out about shared interests.

Junior Contributing Writer  Isabel Gardner is a current junior at Bucknell University, majoring in Political Science and Economics. She has a strong interest in how economic theory can used to better understand current events and policy. She has a passion for journalism, and aims to use her voice to demystify complex social, political, and economic issues.

Junior Contributing Writer

Isabel Gardner is a current junior at Bucknell University, majoring in Political Science and Economics. She has a strong interest in how economic theory can used to better understand current events and policy. She has a passion for journalism, and aims to use her voice to demystify complex social, political, and economic issues.

Junior Contributing Writer  Anirudh Sharma is currently a freshman at the Carroll School of Management at Boston College, majoring in Finance and Operations Management, with minors in Theology and Philosophy. He has a strong passion for analyzing firms' market behavior and strategic decision-making through the lens of philosophical concepts of virtue ethics and moral optimism. He is a member of BC's Shaw Leadership Society, and is involved in organizing semester long service initiatives as a coordinator for the Jenks Leadership Program. He also works as an Accounting Aide and Reconciliation Specialist at his University's Continuing Education Department and is a junior member of the Boston College Investment Club. In order to prepare for a future in Investment Banking, he will be interning as a Financial Analyst in Hong Kong this summer.

Junior Contributing Writer

Anirudh Sharma is currently a freshman at the Carroll School of Management at Boston College, majoring in Finance and Operations Management, with minors in Theology and Philosophy. He has a strong passion for analyzing firms' market behavior and strategic decision-making through the lens of philosophical concepts of virtue ethics and moral optimism. He is a member of BC's Shaw Leadership Society, and is involved in organizing semester long service initiatives as a coordinator for the Jenks Leadership Program. He also works as an Accounting Aide and Reconciliation Specialist at his University's Continuing Education Department and is a junior member of the Boston College Investment Club. In order to prepare for a future in Investment Banking, he will be interning as a Financial Analyst in Hong Kong this summer.

Junior Contributing Writer  Naqi Abbas is a Freshman at Bentley University, majoring in Finance, with a concentration in Capital Markets, and dual-minoring in Business Economics and Computer Information Systems. He is a member of Bentley University's Investment Group, a group that manages a $1.3M Portfolio, and is a prominent member within its Financials Sector. He is also a Loan Analyst for Bentley University's Microfinance Group, alongside being involved with Bentley's Club Ultimate Frisbee Team. He is fascinated by the fields of Investment Banking, Equity Research, Private Equity, Hedge Funds, and Fixed Income, and is eager to begin his journey in the world of finance.

Junior Contributing Writer

Naqi Abbas is a Freshman at Bentley University, majoring in Finance, with a concentration in Capital Markets, and dual-minoring in Business Economics and Computer Information Systems. He is a member of Bentley University's Investment Group, a group that manages a $1.3M Portfolio, and is a prominent member within its Financials Sector. He is also a Loan Analyst for Bentley University's Microfinance Group, alongside being involved with Bentley's Club Ultimate Frisbee Team. He is fascinated by the fields of Investment Banking, Equity Research, Private Equity, Hedge Funds, and Fixed Income, and is eager to begin his journey in the world of finance.

Junior Contributing Writer  Marley Dizney Swanson graduated from Gettysburg College in May 2018 with degrees in Political Science and Public Policy. During college, Marley was the President of the College Democrats, held various leadership positions within the National Council on US-Arab Relations, and interned at the U.S. Supreme Court. Her first post-graduate job is the Presidential Associateship at the American University in Cairo. Marley is passionate about policy, traveling, languages, and any combination of the three.

Junior Contributing Writer

Marley Dizney Swanson graduated from Gettysburg College in May 2018 with degrees in Political Science and Public Policy. During college, Marley was the President of the College Democrats, held various leadership positions within the National Council on US-Arab Relations, and interned at the U.S. Supreme Court. Her first post-graduate job is the Presidential Associateship at the American University in Cairo. Marley is passionate about policy, traveling, languages, and any combination of the three.

Junior Contributing Writer  Mauricio Ramirez is a rising senior at Bucknell University majoring in Economics and minoring in Latin American Studies. He serves as academic chair for Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, as well as a member of the Investment club and LACOS (Latinx Alliance for Community and Opportunity for Students). He has obtained an Associates degree in Business Administration at Community College of Philadelphia after which he received a full scholarship to attend Bucknell university. Before relocating to the United States, he studied at the University of Lima and also worked in the office of Social projects for AIESEC (International Association of Students in Economic and Commercial Sciences). Mauricio’s childhood in Peru has fostered a deep interest in social and societal issues, and he is excited to explore them through his studies.

Junior Contributing Writer

Mauricio Ramirez is a rising senior at Bucknell University majoring in Economics and minoring in Latin American Studies. He serves as academic chair for Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, as well as a member of the Investment club and LACOS (Latinx Alliance for Community and Opportunity for Students). He has obtained an Associates degree in Business Administration at Community College of Philadelphia after which he received a full scholarship to attend Bucknell university. Before relocating to the United States, he studied at the University of Lima and also worked in the office of Social projects for AIESEC (International Association of Students in Economic and Commercial Sciences). Mauricio’s childhood in Peru has fostered a deep interest in social and societal issues, and he is excited to explore them through his studies.

Junior Contributing Writer  Jon Wang is a sophomore this year at Bucknell University majoring in international relations and minoring in economics with a concentration in sustainability and economic development in Asia. Jon recently completed an externship at Joseph Gunnar LLC., has recently competed in a StartUp Bucknell program sponsored by Deloitte, and is a member of the Bison Investment Club at Bucknell. He will be studying abroad next fall, participating in IFSA Butler's International Business program in Shanghai, China. During his free time, he enjoys watching sports and playing music.

Junior Contributing Writer

Jon Wang is a sophomore this year at Bucknell University majoring in international relations and minoring in economics with a concentration in sustainability and economic development in Asia. Jon recently completed an externship at Joseph Gunnar LLC., has recently competed in a StartUp Bucknell program sponsored by Deloitte, and is a member of the Bison Investment Club at Bucknell. He will be studying abroad next fall, participating in IFSA Butler's International Business program in Shanghai, China. During his free time, he enjoys watching sports and playing music.

Junior Contributing Writer  John Dempsey is a rising sophomore at Boston College, studying Economics on the pre-medical track. He aspires to attend medical school on an MD/PhD/MBA track, due to his fondness of the integration between science, economics, and medicine. He took an EMT course in the fall semester and works as a medical scribe in various hospitals in the greater Boston area. He is an Assistant Deputy Editor for the Medical Humanities Journal of Boston College, where he is able to combine writing and medicine with a variety of studies. This summer, he will be researching synthetic molecules in an on-campus chemistry lab, continuing his work as a medical scribe, working as a ResLife Community Assistant, and volunteering around the city.

Junior Contributing Writer

John Dempsey is a rising sophomore at Boston College, studying Economics on the pre-medical track. He aspires to attend medical school on an MD/PhD/MBA track, due to his fondness of the integration between science, economics, and medicine. He took an EMT course in the fall semester and works as a medical scribe in various hospitals in the greater Boston area. He is an Assistant Deputy Editor for the Medical Humanities Journal of Boston College, where he is able to combine writing and medicine with a variety of studies. This summer, he will be researching synthetic molecules in an on-campus chemistry lab, continuing his work as a medical scribe, working as a ResLife Community Assistant, and volunteering around the city.

Junior Contributing Writer  Zai Gwaza is a rising junior studying Economics and Finance at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh. Born and raised in Malawi, Africa, he has a passion for how best rural communities in low income countries can develop. As of Fall 2019, Zai will serve as President of Student Government Association on his campus. This summer, he will be a Financial Representative Intern at Northwestern Mutual. He hopes to help people with implementing methods to obtain financial peace and security.

Junior Contributing Writer

Zai Gwaza is a rising junior studying Economics and Finance at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh. Born and raised in Malawi, Africa, he has a passion for how best rural communities in low income countries can develop. As of Fall 2019, Zai will serve as President of Student Government Association on his campus. This summer, he will be a Financial Representative Intern at Northwestern Mutual. He hopes to help people with implementing methods to obtain financial peace and security.

Junior Contributing Writer  Jacob Markarian is a rising senior at UC Berkeley studying Rhetoric. Before arriving at Berkeley, he studied at Fresno Community College in the Leon S. Peters Honors Program for two years. During this time, his interest in subjects such as law, philosophy, and ethics were developed and he opted to major in rhetoric in college to enable him pursue a graduate degree in law. His unique background and passion for learning have lead him to have an interest in political, ethical, and social issues and how they affect society.

Junior Contributing Writer

Jacob Markarian is a rising senior at UC Berkeley studying Rhetoric. Before arriving at Berkeley, he studied at Fresno Community College in the Leon S. Peters Honors Program for two years. During this time, his interest in subjects such as law, philosophy, and ethics were developed and he opted to major in rhetoric in college to enable him pursue a graduate degree in law. His unique background and passion for learning have lead him to have an interest in political, ethical, and social issues and how they affect society.

Junior Contributing Writer  James is very passionate about studying sentiment in the public markets, as well as the potential of new and disruptive technologies and applications for economic development. At Boston College, James is an active general member of the Investment Club, and competes in the yearly Portfolio Challenge, where he manages $100,000 in simulated dollars operating on the market in real time. After graduation, James is hoping to start his career in Investment Banking or Asset Management, and is eager to explore the blockchain and fintech spaces.

Junior Contributing Writer

James is very passionate about studying sentiment in the public markets, as well as the potential of new and disruptive technologies and applications for economic development. At Boston College, James is an active general member of the Investment Club, and competes in the yearly Portfolio Challenge, where he manages $100,000 in simulated dollars operating on the market in real time. After graduation, James is hoping to start his career in Investment Banking or Asset Management, and is eager to explore the blockchain and fintech spaces.

Junior Contributing Writer  Monica Wallace is a sophomore at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. She is currently pursuing a double major in Economics and Politics. She had the unique opportunity to gain firsthand experience interning for a Congressman in the U.S. House of Representatives last semester. While writing for SnoQap, she aims to continue exploring the intersection between politics and economics, while commenting on how this relationship affects the citizens living in these countries. She continues to be active in her school community, serving as the Treasurer of the Student Government Association and a Resident Assistant in the upcoming year.

Junior Contributing Writer

Monica Wallace is a sophomore at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. She is currently pursuing a double major in Economics and Politics. She had the unique opportunity to gain firsthand experience interning for a Congressman in the U.S. House of Representatives last semester. While writing for SnoQap, she aims to continue exploring the intersection between politics and economics, while commenting on how this relationship affects the citizens living in these countries. She continues to be active in her school community, serving as the Treasurer of the Student Government Association and a Resident Assistant in the upcoming year.

Junior Contributing Writer  Junwoo is a recent graduate of Binghamton University, SUNY with a degree in business administration with a concentration in Finance and Management Information Systems. He currently works at SK USA as an accounting associate. He is an avid follower and student of the markets and tries to read a lot of books and articles about the markets. He is a CFA level 1 candidate scheduled to sit for the exam in December 2019. He is planning to earn his MBA in 5 years and is interested in becoming a portfolio manager in the future.

Junior Contributing Writer

Junwoo is a recent graduate of Binghamton University, SUNY with a degree in business administration with a concentration in Finance and Management Information Systems. He currently works at SK USA as an accounting associate. He is an avid follower and student of the markets and tries to read a lot of books and articles about the markets. He is a CFA level 1 candidate scheduled to sit for the exam in December 2019. He is planning to earn his MBA in 5 years and is interested in becoming a portfolio manager in the future.