Easy Hoops is a nonprofit organization that combines my passions of basketball, philanthropy, and business. My team and I are creating a basketball program to develop life and social skills for individuals both with and without special needs to develop life, social, and basketball skills. Our program has worked with nearly 100 combined volunteers (ages 12-22) and participants (ages 5-25) on a wide range of life and social skills. My team and I even wrote our own iBook entitled “Easy Hoops: How to Make a Difference,” which details the organization’s coaching philosophy and goals of empowerment.
New York-based boutique investment bank focusing on strategic advisory, mergers & acquisitions (M&A), and financial restructuring. I will be interning with the firm's M&A group in their New York office this summer. As an investment banking summer analyst, I will assist deal teams with pitch creation, financial modeling, and help out with any other ad hoc tasks.
Akoya Capital is a Chicago-based lower middle market private equity firm focused on investing in the specialty chemicals, industrial, and home service industries. I interned as a Private Equity Intern during the winter quarter of my sophomore year as well as the following summer. As an intern I was focused on compiling financial statements of target companies, preparing deal pipelines for our investment committee, and completing industry research in verticals of interest.
Samlyn Capital is a New York-based long/short equity hedge fund. The Firm invests across most sectors and has three funds of positive return. I interned as a Investment Summer Analyst in 2020 within the retail and industrial groups.
Northwestern Capital Management is an investment club that invests a portion of the University's endowment into on valuable public equities. I spent my sophomore year as the lead of the technology group. Feel free to take a look at my deliverables on my Relevant Projects tab.
TAMID is a business club that focuses on investing in Israel-related public companies and providing pro bono consulting services to Israel-based startups. I work on their fund team, focusing on mentoring junior members in developing investing acumen and pitching public companies to TAMID executives.
I am a student consultant for Northwestern's Chicago Field Studies program. In my role, I mentor three students and help them with identifying industries of interest, reaching out to potential employers, resume development, interview preparation, and professional communication.
Participated on the Finance committee for Northwestern University's Dance Marathon.