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.
Emily Adelson is a senior majoring in business and psychology. This past summer she did an internship with Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, a Fortune 100 company in the Client Relationships department and helped to improve on services necessary for client use. In previous summers, she was a financial analyst intern at an Israeli fintech company. On campus, Emily is the VP of marketing for TAMID, a BUGs tutor for BUS 6a, BUS 71a, and Study Skills, and a member of the Student Conduct Board. She has been a teaching assistant for BUS 6a and involved as a senator and deputy treasurer in the Student Union.
Outside of the classroom, she enjoys traveling, being with friend and watching her favorite Netflix shows. Please feel free to reach out to Emily with any questions regarding course selection or anything related to the business major.
Evan is a junior double majoring in business and economics with a minor in history. During his sophomore year, he had an internship at fintech startup 9th Gear Technologies, where he helped the research department look into blockchain-based applications for the foreign exchange market. This past summer, he worked within financial consulting at Meketa Investment Group doing investment research on behalf of clients. On campus, Evan is the co-VP of finance for TAMID, the finance coordinator of Hillel and the treasurer for Brandeis’ Tae Kwon Do club.
Feel free to ask Evan about consulting, class selection, internships or anything else related to the business major.
Elaine is a senior double majoring in psychology and business with a specialization in accounting and finance. She is very passionate about exploring different areas, including equity research, consulting, accounting, etc. In her sophomore year, she worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers as a tax intern. After that, she interned at People's Insurance Company of China as an equity research analyst intern, responsible for fundamental research on the photovoltaics industry to develop specific company and stock recommendations. This summer, she worked at Roland Berger as a consulting intern. On campus, she is a teaching assistant for BUS 71.
In her free time, she enjoys playing piano and listening to music. Elaine is always happy to help other students. Feel free to reach out to her with questions about course selection, internship hunting, or anything else related to the business major!
Brian is a senior double majoring in business and economics with a minor in psychology. He is also a BA/MA candidate at the International Business School. In his sophomore year, Brian interned at a corporate bank in Taiwan before pivoting to a commercial real estate internship at Atlantic Retail last summer. He also participated in the CFA Research Institute Challenge and served as the teaching assistant for BUS 10A and BUS 172 during his junior year. Currently, Brian is the co-president of Global Marketers Investment Club and the teaching assistant for FIN 242F and FIN 235F.
In his spare time, you can find Brian at the gym, reading, chasing after the Bran Van and drinking boba. Feel free to reach out to Brian if you have any questions regarding course selection, clubs, campus jobs and the business program