Sixteenth Carroll Round Steering Committee

Grace Kim
Chair

Grace is a proud member of the Class of 2017 in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, majoring in International Political Economy. Born in Seoul, Korea but raised in Las Vegas, Grace has always had an inclination for international affairs, prompting her to pursue her undergraduate studies in the nation's capital. At Georgetown, she is involved in the nationally ranked Model UN team, the Social Innovation and Public Service Fund, and economic research. This past summer, she interned at Morgan Stanley in the Fixed Income Sales & Trading division and is excited to return after graduation. She looks forward to meeting all participants at her third and final Carroll Round conference this April 2017!

 

Olivia Bisel
Chair of Long-Term Development

Olivia is a Junior in the School of Foreign Service. True to her California roots, she is pursuing a major in Science, Technology & International Affairs with a concentration in Energy & Environment, and hopes to make a groundbreaking discovery in environmental economics. She has interned twice for Nielsen Merksamer, a leading political law firm, as well as for the California EPA. Aside from the Carroll Round, Olivia can be found dancing with the Georgetown University Dance Company, editing for the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, debating fellow Georgetown University College Democrats, and envisioning the future of the SFS as part of the Centennial Committee. She enjoys spontaneous travel, fresh pastries, and long naps.

 

Harry Rosner
Communications Chair

Harry is a Junior in the School of Foreign Service majoring in International Economics.  His academic interests include international finance and developmental economics, as well as Mandarin Chinese. This past summer, Harry interned at a private equity firm outside of Boston, and next summer he will be joining Morgan Stanley in their investment banking division.  In his free time, Harry enjoys basketball, hiking, and downhill skiing.

 

 

Duy Mai
Chair of Operating Funds

Originally from Vietnam and currently living in Turkey, Duy is a junior in the School of Foreign Service majoring in International Political Economy. An avid reader of the Economist, he is particularly interested in development, international law, political economy, finance and consulting. In addition to serving on the Carroll Round Steering Committee, Duy is also a residential assistant. In his free time, Duy enjoys playing squash, watching movies and expanding his culinary experience.

 

 

Sang Jun Chun
Speaker Liaison

Jun is a sophomore majoring in International Political Economy. Originally from Seoul, South Korea, Jun grew up in Montréal and Salt Lake City, which naturally led him to study in the School of Foreign Service. His academic interests include international trade, development economics, and monetary policy, as well as East European studies. Apart from the Carroll Round, Jun enjoys spectating soccer matches, playing piano, and ice skating. He spent the past summer working in a historical archive in Italy.

 

 

Grady Killeen
Carroll Round Proceedings Editor-in-Chief

Grady is a junior in the School of Foreign Service studying International Economics with a heavy focus on math. His research interests include partial-equilibrium and distributional effects of energy efficiency standards. Outside of the Carroll Round, Grady works as a research assistant and TA. He enjoys going to the gym, running, and watching basketball.

 

Griffin Cohen
Applications Chair

Griffin is a senior in the School of Foreign Service majoring in International Political Economy with a minor in Arabic. Originally from Los Angeles, Griffin has studied abroad in Jordan and Lebanon, interned at the Department of State, and worked last summer as an analyst for Cornerstone Research in Washington, D.C. He is also a research assistant in the Department of Government at Georgetown and presented his research on oil prices and United Nations voting at the 2016 Carroll Round. Next year, he will be working as an Associate Consultant for Bain & Company in Dubai. Otherwise, Griffin enjoys playing basketball and following all-things baseball.

 

 

   

Audrey Chambers
Logistics Chair

Back for her second year on the Carroll Round Steering Committee, Audrey Chambers is currently pursuing a double major in Economics and Spanish, as well as a minor in Art History. While she has a passion for liberal arts, she envisions a future career in the financial sector, for which she is happily preparing as a member of the Georgetown University Student Investment Fund. Audrey's other passions include cooking, painting, yoga and providing healthy food inspiration on @dourmet.  Audrey is very much looking forward to fulfilling her new role as Logistics Chair for the Carroll Round’s sixteenth conference.

 

Tina Cheesman
Programming Chair

Tina Cheesman is a sophomore in the School of Foreign Service, majoring in Science, Technology, and International Affairs with a concentration in Business Development. Her academic interests include public policy and financial engineering. This past summer, she spent 6 weeks living in Paraguay with her Guarani family and then interned with Anfield Capital Management out of Laguna Beach, California, where she largely focused on tech futures in foreign markets. Outside of the Carroll Round, Tina enjoys playing tennis, drinking coffee with her sisters, and learning the Ukulele. 

 

 

 

Alyson Matthews
Recruitment Chair

Alyson is a senior in the College double majoring in Economics and Government. Originally from Moorestown, New Jersey, her interest in international relations stems from her years in leadership positions in her high school’s Model UN club. While at Georgetown Alyson has pursued political economy research studying the effects of international markets on the economic and political rights of women and youth. This past summer she worked at FHI360, an international development firm in Washington, DC modeling skills mismatches and dynamics between employers and unemployed youth for USAID projects in the Middle East and North Africa. Outside of the classroom, Alyson enjoys singing in the Georgetown Concert Choir, baking, and feeding the homeless community in Georgetown. 

 

Alexandra Colyer
Alumni Liaison

Alexandra is a senior in the School of Foreign Service studying International Economics along with following the premed track. Raised in Kansas, she is interested in agricultural economics and ties to international markets. Besides the Carroll Round, Alexandra has worked with an NGO called International Medical Corps and is currently serving as a research assistant with the chemistry department at Georgetown University. In her freetime, Alexandra enjoys riding and training horses and sports of all kinds. 

 


            Erina (Elinor Howard Mineyama) Walker                                                                                                         Member-at-Large

Elinor is a Freshman in the School of Foreign Service intending to major in either International Political Economy or International Economics. With a Japanese mother and English father but brought up in Singapore, she naturally became interested in International Affairs, drawing her to DC. Her academic interests include mathematics and philosophy. Outside the Carroll Round, Elinor draws the editorial cartoons for the Georgetown University newspaper and is part of the GREEN club. 

 

 

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