Halle Abraham   Halle Abraham is a junior from West Orange, New Jersey. She studies Philosophy, Politics, and Economics with a specialization in Globalization and a minor in African Studies. In addition to serving as the Vice President of the Gamma Chapter, Halle is Chief of Staff of the Wharton Africa Business Conference, the Director of the the Ideas for Action Accelerator by the World Bank and the Wharton School, and the Conference Co-Chair of the Alexander Pre-Law Conference. She also works at the Sweeten Alumni House on campus and volunteers with the Global Good Fund. After graduating, she plans to work in strategic development and international law concerning multinational firms’ labor and community relations.

Halle Abraham

Halle Abraham is a junior from West Orange, New Jersey. She studies Philosophy, Politics, and Economics with a specialization in Globalization and a minor in African Studies. In addition to serving as the Vice President of the Gamma Chapter, Halle is Chief of Staff of the Wharton Africa Business Conference, the Director of the the Ideas for Action Accelerator by the World Bank and the Wharton School, and the Conference Co-Chair of the Alexander Pre-Law Conference. She also works at the Sweeten Alumni House on campus and volunteers with the Global Good Fund. After graduating, she plans to work in strategic development and international law concerning multinational firms’ labor and community relations.

  Maryam Alausa   Maryam Alausa is from Chicago, IL. She is a junior in the college of Arts and sciences studying Health and societies with a concentration in health markets and finance on the pre med track. She serves as the gamma chapter's financial and recording secretary, the internal affairs chair of umoja, the president of Penn Sapelo, the Chief of staff for the wharton africa business forum, an associate for ideas4action, and a volunteer of cut hypertension, a program to reduce the prevalence of high blood pressure in african american males. on campus, she is a resident advisor at new college house, and works at a pulmonary lab looking at asthma disparities and cost effectiveness of various interventions. she hopes to pursue an md/mba in the future and work globally in sustainably financing healthcare.

Maryam Alausa

Maryam Alausa is from Chicago, IL. She is a junior in the college of Arts and sciences studying Health and societies with a concentration in health markets and finance on the pre med track. She serves as the gamma chapter's financial and recording secretary, the internal affairs chair of umoja, the president of Penn Sapelo, the Chief of staff for the wharton africa business forum, an associate for ideas4action, and a volunteer of cut hypertension, a program to reduce the prevalence of high blood pressure in african american males. on campus, she is a resident advisor at new college house, and works at a pulmonary lab looking at asthma disparities and cost effectiveness of various interventions. she hopes to pursue an md/mba in the future and work globally in sustainably financing healthcare.

  victoria brown   Victoria Brown is a native of Chicago, IL and went to school in Columbia, MD. She is a Junior in Wharton concentrating in Finance and Statistics and working to attain a minor in Mathematics. Aside from her commitments to the Gamma Chapter and her work-study job as a research assistant in the Political Science Department, Victoria is also the Political Chair of UMOJA, and a member of the Nominations and Elections Committee and the Black Wharton Undergraduate Association. After graduation, she hopes to work in a Capital Markets role in the Investment Banking industry.

victoria brown

Victoria Brown is a native of Chicago, IL and went to school in Columbia, MD. She is a Junior in Wharton concentrating in Finance and Statistics and working to attain a minor in Mathematics. Aside from her commitments to the Gamma Chapter and her work-study job as a research assistant in the Political Science Department, Victoria is also the Political Chair of UMOJA, and a member of the Nominations and Elections Committee and the Black Wharton Undergraduate Association. After graduation, she hopes to work in a Capital Markets role in the Investment Banking industry.

  Maya Campbell   Maya Campbell is a junior in Wharton studying behavioral economics and marketing and operations management. While originally from South Orange, New Jersey, She attended high school in South Africa. In addition to serving as the internal audit chair of the Gamma Chapter, Maya is also the Professional Development Chair for Black Wharton Undergraduate Association and a consultant for Social Impact Consulting. After graduation, she will begin her career in management consulting.

Maya Campbell

Maya Campbell is a junior in Wharton studying behavioral economics and marketing and operations management. While originally from South Orange, New Jersey, She attended high school in South Africa. In addition to serving as the internal audit chair of the Gamma Chapter, Maya is also the Professional Development Chair for Black Wharton Undergraduate Association and a consultant for Social Impact Consulting. After graduation, she will begin her career in management consulting.

  Ashley Gilmore   Ashley Gilmore is a sophomore from Oakland, California. She studies sociology with a concentration in systems of inequality, with minors in economic policy and Africana Studies. Besides her membership in the Gamma Chapter, she serves as the Internal Outreach Chair for Penn’s Initiative for Minority Mental Health, and the Operations Chair of the Alexander Pre-Law Conference. After graduation, she plans to work in the development of economic policy to aid low-income communities.

Ashley Gilmore

Ashley Gilmore is a sophomore from Oakland, California. She studies sociology with a concentration in systems of inequality, with minors in economic policy and Africana Studies. Besides her membership in the Gamma Chapter, she serves as the Internal Outreach Chair for Penn’s Initiative for Minority Mental Health, and the Operations Chair of the Alexander Pre-Law Conference. After graduation, she plans to work in the development of economic policy to aid low-income communities.

  Desiree Harding   Desirée Harding is from Philadelphia, PA. She is a junior studying the Biological Basis of Behavior in the College of Arts & Sciences and Behavioral Economics in the Wharton School of Business. Outside of commitments to the Gamma Chapter, Desirée serves as a peer advisor for incoming freshman. Off campus, Desirée is a College Facilitator for the Youth Action Program, an organization focused on teaching tangible leadership skills to future first-generation college students. After graduation, she plans on working as a consultant in the healthcare and nonprofit industries as well as earning her MBA.

Desiree Harding

Desirée Harding is from Philadelphia, PA. She is a junior studying the Biological Basis of Behavior in the College of Arts & Sciences and Behavioral Economics in the Wharton School of Business. Outside of commitments to the Gamma Chapter, Desirée serves as a peer advisor for incoming freshman. Off campus, Desirée is a College Facilitator for the Youth Action Program, an organization focused on teaching tangible leadership skills to future first-generation college students. After graduation, she plans on working as a consultant in the healthcare and nonprofit industries as well as earning her MBA.

  Jillian Jones   Jillian Jones is a Junior at the Wharton School of the University of the Pennsylvania, studying Marketing and Operations Management. As a Lead Research Assistant for the Political Science department, Jillian focuses on the impact of Presidential and congressional rhetoric on the American legislative process. Jillian previously served on the Black Wharton Undergraduate Association as VP of Internal Relations and Director of Marking, where she earned Wharton Council’s Best Member Award for her stellar performance. She plans to go into finance after graduation and in addition to earning her MBA. Jillian is a proud Fall 2017 initiate of the Gamma Chapter.

Jillian Jones

Jillian Jones is a Junior at the Wharton School of the University of the Pennsylvania, studying Marketing and Operations Management. As a Lead Research Assistant for the Political Science department, Jillian focuses on the impact of Presidential and congressional rhetoric on the American legislative process. Jillian previously served on the Black Wharton Undergraduate Association as VP of Internal Relations and Director of Marking, where she earned Wharton Council’s Best Member Award for her stellar performance. She plans to go into finance after graduation and in addition to earning her MBA. Jillian is a proud Fall 2017 initiate of the Gamma Chapter.

  Tonna obaze   Tonna Obaze was born and raised in Woodbridge, NJ and her family hails from Nigeria. She is currently a Junior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (PPE). Aside from serving as the Centennial Chair for the Gamma Chapter, Tonna currently serves on-campus as the Political Chair and Admission Chair of UMOJA, and member of the Penn Mock Trial team. Tonna most enjoys mentoring and service that empowers the young black community. After graduation, Tonna hopes to pursue a career in Investment Management before heading to graduate school to obtain her MD/MBA.

Tonna obaze

Tonna Obaze was born and raised in Woodbridge, NJ and her family hails from Nigeria. She is currently a Junior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (PPE). Aside from serving as the Centennial Chair for the Gamma Chapter, Tonna currently serves on-campus as the Political Chair and Admission Chair of UMOJA, and member of the Penn Mock Trial team. Tonna most enjoys mentoring and service that empowers the young black community. After graduation, Tonna hopes to pursue a career in Investment Management before heading to graduate school to obtain her MD/MBA.

  Jazmyne Smith   Jazmyne Smith is from Kansas City, Missouri. She is a sophomore in the college of arts and sciences double majoring in economics and sociology. She serves on the community engagement and press release teams of SOUL and is a member of Where’s the Love Philadelphia, a group that advocates for people affected by gun violence. She is also a member of the Black Wharton Undergraduate Association’s Consulting Committee. Off campus she works as a mentor at Comegys Elementary School. After graduating she hopes to pursue a career in consulting before applying to graduate school.

Jazmyne Smith

Jazmyne Smith is from Kansas City, Missouri. She is a sophomore in the college of arts and sciences double majoring in economics and sociology. She serves on the community engagement and press release teams of SOUL and is a member of Where’s the Love Philadelphia, a group that advocates for people affected by gun violence. She is also a member of the Black Wharton Undergraduate Association’s Consulting Committee. Off campus she works as a mentor at Comegys Elementary School. After graduating she hopes to pursue a career in consulting before applying to graduate school.

  Zainab Yusuf   Zainab Yusuf is from Brooklyn , New York. She is a Sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Philosophy, Politics, and Economics with a minor in consumer psychology. She serves as the vice president and cast member of 4A. After graduating she hopes to work in a financial services company.

Zainab Yusuf

Zainab Yusuf is from Brooklyn , New York. She is a Sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Philosophy, Politics, and Economics with a minor in consumer psychology. She serves as the vice president and cast member of 4A. After graduating she hopes to work in a financial services company.