Undergraduate Departmental Representatives
Undergraduate departmental representatives serve as student representatives of the business program, organize events for undergraduate business students and provide feedback to faculty and staff.
They are also available to provide information to current undergraduate business students as well as prospective undergraduate business students.
Vincent (Vinny) is a senior majoring in Business with a specialization in Accounting and Finance with a double minor in economics and computer science. This past summer he did an internship in investment banking at Transact Capital Partners and hopes to secure a full-time position in the investment banking industry. Before that, he was the Financial Consultant Intern at TLE Consulting group where he worked with local struggling businesses in the Boston area to help them adapt to the coronavirus landscape.
On campus, Vinny helped co-found the Brandeis Undergraduate Consulting club and is a part of the Brandeis Basketball club. He enjoys playing basketball, lifting, watching tv, and playing video games in his free time. Feel free to reach out to Vinny for any business-related questions!
Vicky is a junior double majoring in business and economics. During her freshman year summer, she participated in Goldman Sachs Insight Series and cultivated an understanding of various divisions and skills that can be applied across investment banks. She was a participant of AT&T Summer Learning Academy and gained professional skills such as project management, business communication, and design thinking. Last summer, she participated in Girls Who Invest and passed the CFA Institute Investment Foundations Exam. She also joined an Immersion Program at PeakSpan Capital. On campus, Vicky is a Co-VP at TAMID Fund and a TA for BUS 6A. Please reach out to Vicky if you want to discuss anything related to the business program. She is happy to answer your questions and be a resource for you.
Caroline Swan is a junior double majoring in Business and Economics with a minor in Hispanic Studies. Caroline is passionate about finance, corporate law, and the crossover between business and government. Over the summer she participated in the Brandeis in Copenhagen study abroad program. Previously, she interned for a congressman in the House of Representatives, helping with the finance side of the 2019 COVID relief policies. On campus, Caroline is a member of the varsity women’s soccer team, a member of the Brandeis Undergraduate Consulting Club, and involved with the Pre-Law Society. She has been a teaching assistant for Econ 10a, Intro to Microeconomics. Some of her interests include travel, hiking, piano, fashion, and football.
Caroline is always happy to serve as a resource and mentor for other students. Please feel free to reach out to her with questions about course selection, study abroad program selection, internship searches, or anything else related to the business major.
Emma is a junior triple majoring in Business, Economics, and Applied Mathematics. During her freshman year, she did an internal market internship at one of the listed high-tech companies in China. In her sophomore year, she worked at Deloitte, researching the overall automotive industry trend through gathering market data, financial record, budget forecast, and projection sales. At the same time, she participated in two business case challenges, which focused on M&A and options price. On campus, Emma is a pitch leader at TAMID Fund. She is also a CA for the Beijing go local program.
Please reach out to Emma if you want to discuss career plans, course selection, or anything related to the business program. She is always happy to serve as a mentor for other students.