The Undergraduate Economics Society will provide an opportunity to undergraduate students at The George Washington University to develop professional experience, network, improve analytical competences, and research complicated economic issues, network, develop professional ethics, promote scholastic excellence, enhance economic research, and advocate different aspects of a career in economics. It will also give members the chance to be published in an economics review as an undergraduate, as well as provide knowledge of possible career paths, so each member can be prepared for a future in the economic field. Being involved in the UES will open many doors and provide members opportunities to be fully prepared to succeed in the economics field.
Jacob is a third-year majoring in Economics and Finance and brings years of dedication and experience to the organization. He looks forward to leading the UES through another successful year of programming, mentorship, and scholarship.
Most recently, he served as the director of the Undergraduate Economics Review (UER), where he mentored UES students as they conducted independent research. Previously, he was an analyst on the UES' College Federal Reserve Challenge team, helping the team land 4th place in the national competition. In addition, he helped put together the 2nd edition of the Capitol Economics Journal (CEJ), where he spearheaded efforts to publish print editions and add the journal to the Library of Congress. Outside of GW, he interned at Morgan Stanley this summer as a Fixed Income Sales and Trading Analyst. In his free time, Jacob enjoys working out, watching Curb Your Enthusiasm, and eating New Jersey bagels.
chair of the federal reserve program
Director of Analytics
Ethan is a senior studying economics and political science, and is pursuing strategy consulting after he graduates. Ethan is particularly interested in business operations, as well as the intersection between economic theory and public policy. His graduate interests include either a Master’s Degree in Economics, or an Master’s Degree in Business Administration.
Aarushi is a Senior double-majoring in Economics and International Affairs. She is excited to lead the Fed Challenge Program this year. Fun fact: She has 12 plants
Danielle is a sophomore double-majoring in Political Science (Public Policy Focus) and Economics. Danielle is particularly interested in public finance, international political economy, and urban economic development. She recently served as an Export Policy Analyst Intern for the Department of Commerce in the Bureau of Industry and Security.
Director of marketing
Isabella is a junior from Brazil, double majoring in Economics and International Affairs.
She is passionate about the intersection of politics and finances in the banking world, specifically within Latin American affairs. She is excited to step into her role as Director of Marketing for UES.