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Bailey Coleman


I’m Bailey Coleman, a graduating senior at Northeastern. I am pursing a BSBA with a concentration in finance and minors in business analytics and economics. My first co-op was at Wellington Management in portfolio services and my second co-op was at Jefferies in New York City in equity sales support. I just completed my third co-op at Sperry Capital in the Bay Area and will return full-time upon graduation later this year. I have been involved in Women in Finance since it began and have previously served two executive board terms planning events. As a Co-President this semester I hope to further expand Women in Finance and ensure the organization continues to be supportive and inclusive for all of our members.

Miranda Nimmer


I’m Miranda Nimmer, a senior at Northeastern studying Finance. I’m originally from Orange County and more recently New Jersey, and am excited to move to New York City this summer! I have been involved with Women in Finance since Fall 2018, starting as a mentee and eventually becoming a VP of the Executive Speaker Series and founding the Newsletter. I’m honored to serve as Co-President alongside Bailey this semester, and am so grateful for the friends, education, and community that Women in Finance has given me. On campus I’m also involved with NU PEVC, NUImpact, WRBB 104.9, the DMSB PAC Program, Peer Tutoring Program, and Chi Omega. I love Peloton, baking, skiing, traveling, and brunch! I’m so proud of everything this organization has accomplished and am so excited for our future.

Seema Korumilli

Vice President

I’m Seema Korumilli, a senior at Northeastern pursuing my BSBA with concentrations in finance & management information systems. My first co-op was with the trade operations team at Wellington Management and my second was at RSM as a risk consultant. On campus, I’ve been heavily involved with Mosaic, serving on the core executive board of WISE and as a venture partner with Scout; I’m also a leader within Alpha Phi Omega and work with Women Who Empower. Off campus, I’m the co-founder and co-director of my nonprofit, Literacy Movement 4 More, and I work with Boston-based nonprofits as a business development advisor. I love collaborating with empowering initiatives, and I’m excited to bring my wealth of empathetic, people-oriented experience to my role as VP of Women in Finance.

Alana Chernyak

VP of Education & Skills Development

I’m Alana Chernyak, a current third year at Northeastern studying business with a concentration of finance and accounting and a minor in strategy. My first co-op was on the Shareholder Services and Risk and Controls teams at GMO. My internship experience includes working as a Promotion Intern at Sony Music Entertainment, Finance Intern at AMC Networks, Summer Analyst at Aulder Capital, and Full Discretion Team Investment Intern at Loomis Sayles. Currently, I am working on my second co-op as an Investment Analyst at Solum Partners (prev. Harvard Management Company). On campus, I am on the General Board of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, a member of Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity, a leader in the Peer Affinity Cohort Program, and a general member of TAMID. I am excited to continue my involvement in Women in Finance and to get to know this community of women better!

Alia Hutton

AVP of Education & Skills Development

I’m Alia Hutton, a current second year at Northeastern studying Industrial Engineering and Finance with a minor in Math and hopefully Chinese. I am originally from Miami, FL and have lived there my whole life. I became involved in WiF after seeing all the incredible programs they put on. On campus, I am an analyst for the Northeastern Student Value Fund, Director of Innovation for Thrive, consulting analyst for TAMID, and a member of Delta Sigma Pi. Off campus, I am a founding member and serve as the Chief Operating Officer of my nonprofit, CaribEd, where I work with university students in the US and Guyana to create educational content for students in the Caribbean. I love playing tennis, skiing, hiking, traveling, reading, and trying new foods! I am excited to be a part of WiF this semester and get to know this community of driven women better!

Sarah Marr

AVP of Education & Skills Development

I’m Sarah Marr, a current fourth year studying Finance and International Business, and I will be graduating this spring. This is my second semester on the Women in Finance E-board. Last semester, I was the Director of Education, working on teaching Bloomberg. This semester, I’m excited to expand our skills workshops. I spent my first semester at Northeastern in Greece participating in and participated in an International Business Dialogue in South Africa. I have finished two co-ops, first at John Hancock as a Business Intelligence analyst. My second Co-op was at Brown Brothers Harriman as a Change Management Analyst. Outside of Women in Finance, I am involved with Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority and love doing yoga, traveling, cooking, and baking.

Shivangi Sood

AVP of Education & Skills Development

I’m Shivangi Sood, a second-year student at Northeastern majoring in Data Science and Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. I became involved with Women in Finance my second semester of freshman year after coming back from London. I initially got involved through the Peer Mentorship Program and the Wall Street Prep Summer Skill Series. Both of these experiences broadened my perspective of the finance industry and gave me the opportunity to build some technical skills. I was also a Teaching Assistant for Financial Accounting last semester, and I’m currently involved with the Data Club and a member of Kappa Delta Sorority. In my free time, I like to paint, travel, hike, and go to the beach. I’m looking forward to continuing to be part of such a supportive and empowering community and my role as the AVP of Education and Skill!

Roma Varma Gottumukkala

AVP of Education & Skills Development

I’m Indya Steains, a second year at Northeastern University studying International Business with a concentration in Finance. My favorite experience with Women in Finance last year was attending the New York City Trek. It broadened my perspective of the finance industry and confirmed my decision to concentrate in Finance. I am also an Explore Student Ambassador, a volunteer at Peace through Play and a member of Kappa Delta. In addition, I love to travel, run/ hike adventures and try new restaurants! I am truly excited for my position as AVP of Mentorship this fall to empower fellow female finance major students to explore all possible career paths and to create more meaningful connections within the WiF community.

Shanice Saint-Fleur

VP of Career Advancement Preparation

I’m Shanice Saint-Fleur, a second year at Northeastern University majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in finance. I first became involved in Women in Finance in Spring 2020 when I attended the New York City Trek. It was an amazing experience that strengthened my interest in finance and allowed me to connect with other students I had not met before. This semester I am VP of the Career Advancement Program. With this program, I hope to create an environment for students to learn about the many careers in finance more in depth. Outside of WIF, I am involved in the Real Estate Club and Smart Women Securities. I’m excited for the opportunities and connections to be made in the coming semester!

Upasna Parikh

VP of Membership

Hi! My name is Upasna Parikh and I am a second year studying International Business with a dual concentration in Finance and Management Information Systems. I am from New Jersey and got involved with Women in Finance my second semester of my freshman year through the mentorship program after I spent my first semester of college abroad in London through I joined WiF to meet women who share alike interests and learned much more than I could have imagined, through executive speaker series, market chats, coffee chats and more. Outside of WiF, I am on the development team and executive board for the First-Year Partnership Program, an organization geared towards first year students, a member of the Chi Omega sorority, and I am on Rangila, a bollywood fusion dance team. I am super excited to be the VP of Membership this spring semester and to get to know all the members and grow together as a community.

Kirthi Padmanbhan

Co-Director of Diversity & Inclusion

Hi everyone! My name is Kirthi, and I am a second-year Business Administration major concentrating in Finance. I am from New Jersey but went to high school in Bahrain. I am so excited for this to be my second semester as the co-director of D&I. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are topics I feel strongly about and will make sure to continue emphasizing the importance of in WiF. I am currently on the Boston campus working for my first co-op! However, when I am not working, I am taking the T outside Boston to go hiking with my friends. It is nice to get out of the busy commotion of the city sometimes and be in nature! Although, I do love exploring the city. On the weekends you can catch me looking for a cool place to eat or on Newbury Street.

Tanvi Gandhi

Co-Director of Diversity & Inclusion

I’m a sophomore pursuing a combined major in Business and Economics with a concentration in Finance. I started my educational career through Northeastern’s NU in program in London. I have always been interested in the field of finance and investments and am super excited to be a part of the amazing E-board of Women in Finance this semester.

Jun Tu

VP of Peer Mentorship

I’m a junior majoring in finance and economics with a minor in global fashion. On campus, I’m also involved in Kappa Delta, Economics Society, and volunteer for the Charles regatta every year. In my free time, I love workout classes and exploring brunch and coffee places around Boston!

Rachel Jiang

AVP of Peer Mentorship

I’m Rachel Jiang, a sophomore at Northeastern University majoring in International Business, concentrating in Finance and FinTech, and minoring in Computer Science. I became involved with Women In Finance the Spring semester of my freshman year and was actively involved in the mentorship program. The Women in Finance mentorship program assisted me socially and academically throughout my year with them. Beyond WIF, I am a Research Assistant at Northeastern, and on the weekends, I spend my time volunteering at homeless shelters. Outside of school, I enjoy cooking, hiking, and going on spontaneous trips. On the weekends, if the weather suffices, I make plans to hike at Blue Hills or Hammond Pond Reservation with some friends. Also, I enjoy going to Boston Chinatown to bakery hop! As the AVP of Peer Mentorship, I am looking forward to connecting mentees and mentors with similar interests – creating professional, satisfactory and established relationships.

Li-Ann Bogensperger

VP of Professional Mentorship

Hi, I’m Li-Ann. I am originally from Singapore and Austria but grew up in Shanghai, China. I am a finance major and currently am on co-op at Scotiabank in the Equity Research team.

Midushi Malaviya

AVP of Professional Mentorship

Hello! I am a second year majoring in Finance with a minor in Emerging Markets. Along with Women in Finance, I am currently involved in the Peer Leadership Program for NU|ACES as a Peer Programmer and I am training to be a Husky Ambassador. Outside of school, I love to travel (I was a part of the NUin program and went to Berlin in Fall 2019), hike and watch Netflix in my free time. I love having this opportunity to work with so many amazing women and continue to empower each other to have great careers!

Jessica Salmon

VP of Community Service

Hi everyone! I am a third year Business Administrations major studying Finance and Accounting. My first co-op was at the TJX Companies, Inc., where I worked on the Financial Reporting team. Currently, I am the Trading and Operations Co-op at Neon Liberty Capital Management. I have been involved in Women in Finance since my freshman year. Last semester, I had the pleasure of serving as the first VP of Community Service. I am looking forward to continuing our efforts to help the community by sharing our experiences and knowledge with high school women interested in entering the business world.

Karen Lin

AVP of Community Service

I’m Karen Lin, a second-year student at Northeastern majoring in Business Administration with concentrations in Finance and Accounting. I became involved with Women in Finance during the first semester of my Freshmen year through the mentorship program. This was an amazing experience that provided me with valuable insights and guidance from other women who had the same career goals as me. On-campus, I am also actively involved with Smart Woman Securities where I serve as a Senior Analyst. During my free time, I enjoy watching movies, trying new food, cooking, and volunteering. As the AVP of Community Service, I look forward to getting more people involved in helping out those in need and creating positive changes to the Boston community.

Eldine Sam

VP of Alumni Engagement

I’m Eldine Sam, a senior at Northeastern University majoring in Business Administration and concentrating in Accounting and Finance. I completed my first co-op at MFS Investment Management where I worked as an Internal Auditor and my second co-op at UBS in the Market Risk Analysis team. I became involved with the women in finance club during the fall of 2020 after hearing positive things from Northeastern alumni. What stood out to me were the sense of belonging and the empowerment. Additionally, I realized that my experience doing finance co-ops could help other women which motivated me to join the mentorship program. As the VP of Alumni Engagement I wish to contribute in creating a stronger community through enjoyable and instructive interactions with WIF alumni! I am passionate about female empowerment and currently working on a girls education project in my home country Burkina Faso.

Muskaan Jain

VP of Marketing

I’m Muskaan Jain, a third year student with a finance and strategy major. I am from Mumbai, India but studying at Northeastern has made Boston my second home! This is my second semester as WIF’s VP of Marketing. Last semester, the marketing team focussed on educating women about the current financial news and started the first news series called “The Street Talk”. This semester is going to be different as we aspire to engage more female members in our community. Apart from this, I absolutely love traveling, shopping, Pan Asian food, and fitness. I can’t wait to resume this semester as the VP of Marketing and build new experiences with Women In Finance!

Madison Abundo

AVP of Marketing

I’m Madison Abundo, a second year student at Northeastern University, majoring in Business with concentrations in Accounting and Marketing. I am currently the AVP of Marketing, and last semester I held the position of AVP of Professional Mentorship. I joined Women in Finance during the second semester of my freshman year, after returning from England. I first became involved in WIF through the Peer Mentorship Program. I also attended the NYC trek, which was a great experience and gave me the opportunity to visit various companies. Through this trip, I gained a better understanding of the different areas of finance and I was able to gauge my interests within the field. On campus, I am also a member of Northeastern’s Marketing Association and Kappa Delta. In my free time, I enjoy volleyball, photography, and traveling. In my role as AVP of Marketing I look forward to growing and promoting WiF’s platform to spread the initiative of educating and empowering undergraduate women in the finance field.

Stacey Pablo

Editor in Chief

I’m Stacey Pablo, a second-year at Northeastern University pursuing a BS in Economics and Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. I’m currently on my first co-op at State Street as a Financial Analyst for the RRP team. I’m the Editor in Chief and Director of the Research Team at Women in Finance. And I’m eager to help improve financial literacy in our community and spark industry-related conversations. On-campus, I’m also involved in WISE and Disrupt. I love being part of empowering and supportive communities, and Women in Finance has had a great impact on my personal and professional development. I’m excited to continue contributing to the Women in Finance community with my passion and drive to continue innovating to meet our community’s needs.

Carolina do Mascimento

Research Associate

Hi everyone! I’m Carolina, a 4th-year Economics and Business combined major, born and raised in Brasília, Brazil. My country and roots hold a dear place in my heart and I’m incredibly proud to be an international student here at Northeastern. I decided to study abroad after falling in love with Boston during a school MUN trip in 2017 and Northeastern was the perfect fit for me. After browsing through a few student organizations, I joined Women in Finance where I found a group of empowered, uplifting, like-minded women who inspired me to dive deeper into finance. Although a Marketing concentration, all my co-ops have been in the finance industry, such as Nasdaq, Wellington Management Company, and most recently Voga Invest | XP Investments, back home in Brazil. As a result, I’ve found my passion in the blend of behavioural economics and the world of investments. Outside the professional and academic scope, I’m very active and enthusiastic about fitness and a healthy lifestyle. Happy to meet everyone and welcome to WiF!

Alexis Beechner

Research Associate

I am a passionate Finance and Accounting student who likes to explore new areas of interest and challenge herself to learn new concepts. I am minoring in Law which allows me a completely different approach to critical thinking and problem solving to help in my future endeavors. In my spare time, I enjoy baking loaf cakes, watching crime shows with my mom, and catching up with home and school friends!

Katherine Quan

Research Associate

I’m Katherine Quan, a second year student at D’Amore McKim pursuing a combined major of Business & Communications with a concentration in Finance. I am from the Bay Area, California where I attended all of high school and I absolutely love it there but I actually lived in Princeton, New Jersey up until then. I became involved in Women in Finance the semester I returned from my freshman semester abroad with London and had the amazing opportunity of taking part in the 2020 NYC Trek, where I was able to learn a lot more than I thought I would about the finance world. This community and my trip further solidified my passion and excitement for WIF and all of the wonderful things to come. I was then given the opportunity to serve as AVP of Marketing during the Fall 2020 semester, and I’m thrilled to be able to continue serving on the e-board this semester alongside such driven women. In my free time, I love traveling and I’ve spent the majority of my life in competitive swimming just up until college. As a result, I’ve always been passionate about fitness, working out, healthy eating, etc. I absolutely can’t wait to explore everything we can achieve together!