2020 Wolstein Society Members | Weatherhead School at Case Western Reserve University

2020 Wolstein Society Members

Posted 10.4.2019

The fourteenth class of Weatherhead undergraduate students were inducted into the Wolstein Society. This prestigious society recognizes outstanding senior undergraduate students who represent the spirit of enterprise as demonstrated by leadership, scholarship, community service and professional will.

This year’s class consists of 23 students, selected based on their academic achievements as well as their involvement on campus and in the community. In addition several inductees have studied internationally in New Zealand, Singapore, Portugal, UK, Spain, Australia, Scotland or South Korea.

Inductees have held internships at a variety of employers, including Rockwell Automation, J.P. Morgan, MetLife Insurance, PwC, The Riverside Company, Citigroup, KeyBanc Capital Markets, REDAngels, EY, INSIGHT2PROFIT, BNY Mellon, CapitalWorks LLC, Comeback Capital, Plante Moran, Deloitte, Cohen & Company, and City of Cleveland.

Many of these students have accepted offers at several organizations including the Big Four Accounting Firms, J.P. Morgan Chase, Cain Brothers, BlackRock, and Wells Fargo Securities. Several inductees plan to continue their education in graduate school. The 2020 Wolstein Society inductees are:

  1. Morgan Beaver
  2. Florence Bian
  3. Kiyla Cooper
  4. Ethan Glickstein
  5. Michelle Handoko
  6. Zach Hennessey
  7. Pamela Ho
  8. Ruchi Kale
  9. Aleksandra Lach
  10. Andrew Lease
  11. Rishi Maheshwari
  12. Marissa Muth
  13. Tatum Naylor
  14. Lee Radics
  15. Kayele Silue
  16. Alexandra Stevens
  17. Igor Tutelman
  18. Sierra Vo
  19. Zi Wang
  20. Brian Woo
  21. Yuan Yuan
  22. Kaixuan Zheng
  23. Adam Zybko

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