Meet the ADVISORS
Co-Founder & Advisor
Sadie is from Scottsdale, Arizona studying Applied Economics and Management in the Dyson School. Since co-founding Diversity on the Street in Fall of 2018, she has seen incredible growth of the organization and its members, and feels lucky to be part of such a supportive, friendly, and dedicated community. On campus, Sadie's extracurricular involvements include Cornell Alpha Fund, Cayuga Capital, Dyson Ambassadors, Pun Intended Stand-Up Comedy Club, Cornell Law School case work, Orientation Leaders, and TAing for Business Management and Management Communication.
Co-Founder & Advisor
Saumya is from Long Island double majoring in Applied Economics and Management and Information Science. She co-founded DOTS and is passionate about using tech and business to empower communities. Saumya also works as a tech consultant for PepTalkHer to equip women to ask for a pay raise, and will be working with EY next summer. On campus, she is also involved in Phi Chi Theta, Consult Your Community, Global China Connection, and ISSA. When she is not helping organizations find digital solutions, you can find her doing with a good book or working out to Taylor Swift!
Co-Founder & Advisor
Max majored in Industrial Labor Relations and graduated in 2021. He was originally from Taiwan, but grew up in the Bay Area and Shanghai. Max was a founder of DOTS and strives to promote diversity and equal opportunity within the finance industry. Currently, Max is working at Citi as a Capital Markets analyst in Infrastructure Finance located in New York City.
Mia is a junior studying Applied Economics and Management at Dyson. She is originally from Washington, DC, and joined DOTS Fall of 2020. She wanted to join DOTS because of the inclusivity and welcoming environment of the club. Mia loves DOTS' mission and is excited to continue to be a part of DOTS as a Sector Leader this semester. At Cornell, Mia is President of Phi Chi Theta Business Fraternity, Team Lead for Cornell University Sustainable Design (CUSD), and helped found Grub Ventures. In her free time, Mia likes to work out at Orange Theory. This past summer Mia worked at Anheuser-Busch as a Global Management Trainee Intern and next summer she will be an Investment Banking Summer Analyst at Jefferies.
Allison is in the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management as an Applied Economics and Management major concentrating in Finance and Business Analytics. Allison will be returning as a full time Equity Capital Markets analyst at Citi. She is from Dallas, Texas and joined DOTS Spring '19. She joined DOTS because she values the level of personal investment that DOTS has offered her and resonates with the message of being open to all and providing resources for anyone that's interested. She is also involved in the varsity swim team. Some of her hobbies include: painting, watching movies, and writing!
Priscilla Wongso is a junior from Dallas, TX studying Hotel Administration in the Nolan School of Hotel Administration. She joined DOTS her Freshman Fall and has enjoyed learning about the finance industry and receiving first hand experience through creating a stock pitch, all while feeling very supported! Outside of DOTS, Priscilla is involved in the Cornell Real Estate Club and is currently interning for the Cornell Real Estate Council. She is also a swimmer on Cornell’s Varsity Swimming and Diving Team.
Mia is a senior studying Applied Economics and Management at Dyson. She is originally from Washington, DC, and joined DOTS Fall of 2020. She wanted to join DOTS because of the inclusivity and welcoming environment of the club. Mia loves DOTS' mission and is excited to continue to be a part of DOTS as a Senior Mentor this semester. At Cornell, Mia is President of Phi Chi Theta Business Fraternity and was a Sector Leader for DOTS for the past three semesters! In her free time, Mia likes to work out at Orange Theory. Mia worked at Jefferies as an Investment Banking Summer Analyst this past summer and is excited to return after graduation!
Emerson is a senior from Denver, Colorado majoring in Applied Economics and Management in the Dyson School. He joined Diversity on the Street in the Fall of 2020 and is a firm believer in the club’s mission of making an education in finance accessible to any student. On campus, Emerson is an active member of Cornell Hedge Fund, Cornell Advocacy Project, Cornell Marketing Club, and his social fraternity. When he’s not busy pursuing his career in finance, Emerson is probably managing his investment portfolio, binging Netflix, or playing computer games with friends.
Aishu is a junior in the Dyson School of Business and is from Lake Mary, Florida. She joined DOTS because she appreciated how accepting and welcoming they were to students like her who wanted to learn more about Finance but didn’t have any skills yet or know how to go about it. They’ve never strayed from this mission. Outside of DOTS, Aishu is also a part of the Society for Women in Business. She loves basketball (having played since she was 5) and watching home renovations, enjoy R&B and country music, and recently took up crossword puzzles