Jin-Young Kim is the content co-chair for the 2011 Wharton Women in Business Conference, responsible for developing conference themes, keynotes and panels. She is a second year MBA candidate at Wharton, majoring in Entrepreneurial Management and Marketing. Jin-Young currently serves as the WWIB Community Service Officer and a Non-Profit Board Leadership Fellow. Jin-Young recently completed a summer internship in Business Development at Amazon, with a focus on emerging online advertising technologies. Prior to Wharton, she began her career in technology investment banking and most recently worked at General Atlantic, investing in high growth technology companies. Jin-Young graduated from Amherst College with a B.A. in English.
Alexandra (or Ali) Lingard is a second year MBA student at the Wharton School. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University, where she graduated with Highest Honors. Over the summer, Ali interned in brand management at Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati. Prior to joining Wharton, she worked in management consulting as an Associate at The Boston Consulting Group, followed by two years as a Manager on the Strategic Development Team at WebMD.com. In addition to her WWIB conference responsibilities, Ali is also the VP of Internal Affairs for the Marketing Club, an Admissions Fellow, and a Cohort Captain.
Ali is a second year MBA student majoring in Marketing and Management. Ali recently completed a summer internship as a Marketing Manager at American Express in New York, NY. In addition to WWIB, Ali serves as Co-President of the Wharton Wine Club, Co-President of the Travel & Hospitality Club, and as a Cohort Captain. Prior to Wharton, Ali worked in Real Estate Capital Markets at Barclays Capital. Ali graduated from Boston College in 2007 with a concentration in Finance.
Stella Tambunan is the operational co-chair for the 2011 WWIB Conference. She is a second year student at Wharton majoring in Finance and Strategic Management. She is an Admission Fellow and part of Wharton Social Venture Fund. Last summer, She intern with Grameen America development team. Prior to Wharton, Stella worked at Quvat/Principia Management, a private equity firm with investments across South East Asia with a primary focus in marine logistics. She also had worked at Nestle Indonesia handling brand development and distribution management for breakfast cereals products. She holds a bachelor degree with honors in Industrial Engineering from Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia.
Marina Diaz Ibarra
Azul Goy Mastromieche
Shin Yi Lim
Aijung (Lily) Li
Abby Weiyuan Zhou