Advisory Board Members

Class of 2015


srinivasAditi Srinivas, Co-Chair (W’15) is a junior studying Finance and Legal Studies & Business Ethics. She is interested in capital markets and monetary policy, as well as understanding how on-going regulation can help and hinder the finance sector. Outside of CAB, Aditi has been an Associate News Editor at the Daily Pennsylvanian and undergraduate representative on the University Council. Born and raised in Dubai, Aditi spends her free time watching terrible reality television and swimming.



fleetwoodNathan Fleetwood (W’15) is a Junior in Wharton concentrating in Management, Marketing, and OPIM. In addition to CAB, Nathan is a Management 100 Teaching Assistant and a Cohort Mentor here at Wharton. He also previously worked as a Research Assistant for Professor J. Scott Armstrong in the Marketing Department. In his spare time, Nathan sings, plays guitar, and writes music (as any other true Nashville native should). Nathan’s love for communication has stemmed from his work as a Teaching Assistant at Wharton where he has especially appreciated the opportunity to help foster proper leadership and communication skills in Wharton Freshman.



hollinSamuel Hollin (W’15) is a Junior studying Accounting with a minor in Consumer Psychology. Born just 20 minutes from Penn’s campus, Sam is interested in the relationship between culture and communication. In the Fall semester he studied abroad in Belgium and now considers himself an expert on all things fry and waffle related. This past summer he worked in healthcare advertising and was a research assistant for Professor Mark Duggan of the Business Economics and Public Policy department. In his spare time he enjoys Hiking, Cooking, Alpine Skiing, Disruptive Technology and Classic Hip-Hop.

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Hunter McNabb
Nathan Barzideh
Ngoc Duong

Class of 2016


Robert Finney (W’16) is a Wharton sophomore concentrating in OPIM and Real Estate. Aside from CAB, Robert is a member of the Wharton Council, a brother of Phi Gamma Delta, and a Team Leader for PennConnect. Robert enjoys traveling, surfing, and skiing in his free time.





Samina Hydery (W ’16) is a sophomore studying Finance and Business, Economics, & Public Policy. She is interested in the relationship between communication and public perception. Outside of CAB, she represents the Class of 2016 as the Wharton Class Chair. She also enjoys bringing speakers to Wharton’s campus as a member of the Wharton Leadership Lectures Committee and as the VP of Outreach for the Wharton Hedge Fund Club. Her passions include public policy, social activism, leadership, women’s empowerment, and game theory.




Denes Marton (W’16) is a sophomore in the Huntsman Program currently undecided in concentration. He is studying International Studies in the College; his target language is Arabic. In school, he is on the varsity fencing team, a brother of Phi Gamma Delta, and Deputy Director on the Special Events committee of International Affairs Association. He spent last summer studying Arabic in Muscat, Oman. His favorite artists are The Weeknd, Childish Gambino, and Kanye West. Denes also enjoys going on spontaneous adventures.




Mary Sun (W’16/SAS’16) is a sophomore in the LSM Program studying Biology, Finance, and Computer Science. She is from Washington DC, where she led the adoption of public policy regarding the treatment of rare diseases and trained in an international management program. Mary is interested in the many ways both verbal and non-verbal modes of communication impact message delivery and organizational development. Currently, she works at the Student Federal Credit Union and is also involved with the MedX Program, the Wharton Undergraduate Research Board and 180 Degrees Consulting. Mary plays intramural volleyball, pursues creative writing projects, and enjoys the Philadelphia concert scene.




Victoria Zhao (W’16) is a sophomore planning on concentrating in finance and management with a minor in consumer psychology. Hailing from Newtown, Pennsylvania, Victoria is interested in how just the smallest details can change the way a person effectively communicates. Outside of CAB, she is a part of SPEC, Wharton Undergraduate Consulting Club, and Wharton Women. In her spare time, Victoria enjoys playing tennis, pretending that she can sing, and cheering on Philadelphia sports teams.

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Rohan Waghani

Class of 2017



Adam Freed (W’17) is a sophomore studying Finance and looking to pursue a second major of History in the College. He is from Bethesda, MD, just outside of Washington DC, but was born in NYC. He is an avid tennis player and exercise enthusiast, and does community service in South Philadelphia with at-risk youth on a weekly basis.




Greg Abbott (W’ 17) is a sophomore in Wharton studying finance and marketing. He is from Chicago, where he worked in corporate finance for a insurance broker last summer. Greg is interested in how effective communicative contributes to strong personal and professional relationships. Outside of CAB, he is a member of the Penn hockey team, a brother of Kappa Sigma and an investor in the Pennsylvania Investment Alliance. He is an avid sports fan, enjoys playing guitar and attending music festivals.




Gina Tang (W’17) is a sophomore in Wharton studying Management and Finance. Although born in Massachusetts, she is from Bellevue, WA, located in the greater Seattle area. Outside of CAB, Gina is a Management TA, a Cohort mentor, and part of Hype Dance Crew, a hip-hop dance team.



pengJulia Peng (W’17) is a sophomore concentrating in Finance and Healthcare Management in Wharton, studying as a Joseph Wharton Scholar. She is also pursuing a dual degree in the College, majoring in economics. She hails from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and is interested in healthcare law and policy. Outside of CAB, Julia is involved with Penn Student Government (Nominations and Elections Committee), is VP of MBA Relations for the Wharton Undergraduate Healthcare Club, the Wharton Undergraduate Research Board, and is currently conducting research in healthcare economics. In her spare time, Julia loves working on (and mostly failing at) DIY projects, and planning future travel trips.