Managing Director, The Stevens Center for Innovation in Finance
Senior Director, The Harris Alternative Investments Program
Adjunct Professor of Law, The University of Pennsylvania Law School
Ronald O. Perelman Professor in Finance, The Wharton School
Faculty Director, The Stevens Center for Innovation in Finance
Julia Bevilaqua is a 2nd year MBA Candidate at The Wharton School. Prior to coming to Wharton, she worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, as part of the Economic Research group, focusing on international finance and financial stability research. This summer, she interned at BlackRock, joining the Financial Markets Advisory team. At Wharton, she is actively involved with the Stevens Center, is part of the board of the FinTech Club, and co-president of Wharton Women in Business.
Jonah Burian is a Sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering & Applied Science, with an expected double major in NETS (Networks and Social Systems Engineering) and Economics. Jonah also researches, programs and performs data analytics for the Wharton Stevens Center’s global initiative for Covid-19 Research in partnership with MiPasa. He also serves as a business consultant for a range of clients, including Merck & Co., through Wharton Muse Consulting. Jonah has prior business experience as a programmer for Maritime Capital LLC, a NYC leading alternative asset manager focused on the municipal bond market.
Jordi is a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Engineering & Applied Science, expecting to double major in Systems Engineering and Economics with a minor in Statistics from the Wharton School. Recently, he has been involved in developing a decentralized contact tracing app and predictive models for a biotechnology startup. On-campus, Jordi is a loan analyst and a member of the investments committee at the Student Federal Credit Union. He has prior professional experience in the freight and commodities markets. Jordi is an avid sports fan who is also passionate about art and travel.
Rishin is a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania studying Finance, Computer Science, and International Studies in the Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business. On campus, Rishin is involved in Penn International Impact Consulting, Penn Microfinance, and is a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania Mack Institute. Outside of school, he is passionate about economic development in South Asia, blockchain technology, jazz music, hiking outdoors, museums, and recreating bon appetit recipes. Rishin is very excited to see the creative insights and analysis to come from the hackathon and believes that students are the greatest assets in understanding and tackling the coronavirus pandemic.