Our Team

The executive board members of Princeton Corporate Finance Club devote their efforts to ensuring that the officers and members of the club gain knowledge of financial markets and careers. The various Industry Insights Vice Presidents are constantly leading their teams in researching market updates so that members of PCFC can stay up to date with all financial news they may need to know for their interviews, and the Education and Mentorship Vice Presidents are constantly leading their teams in looking for professionals to be mentors and to speak on campus. The rest of the board lead various aspects of the club’s operations, through maintaining the website, reaching out to students, and scheduling club events. If you are interested in an officer position, please contact us or send an email directly to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Executive Board 2014-2015


Darwin Li '16
President
Darwin is a junior in the Economics department with an intended certificate in Finance. In the upcoming summer of 2015, Darwin will serve as an investment banking analyst at Credit Suisse. Previously, he has worked in investment management, private wealth management, microfinance, and scientific research. His interests and campus activities include Cap and Gown, Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity, investing, poker, and serving as an Economics department TA. In his spare time Darwin enjoys playing chess and doing magic tricks.
Ben Huang '15
Vice President of Club Management
Ben is a senior pursuing a degree in economics with certificates in Finance and Engineering & Management Systems. He has previously interned as a Research Analyst at Bessemer Trust. His interests include investing, fiction, and history.
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Eric Huang '16
Vice President of Equity Research
Eric Huang is currently a junior in the ORFE department and pursuing certificates in Finance and Applications of Computing. The past summer, Eric worked as an intern in the Private Investments Group at Glenmede, a wealth management firm in Philadelphia. Previously Eric interned at Evyavan, a wealth management firm in New Jersey. Eric's academic interests include investing, economics, trading, and machine learning. Outside of the classroom, Eric enjoys competing in several racket sports, tutoring, and playing various types of games.
You-You Ma '16
Vice President of Marketing
You-You is a junior (Class of 2016) in the Economics department. She will be an analyst at Barclays Investment Bank this upcoming summer. In her spare time, she enjoys creative writing, chilling in coffee shops, and spending time with her friends.
Daniel Seung Kim '16
Vice President of Finance
Dan is a junior in the Classics Department. Last summer, he interned at Bridgeway Capital, a bank that offers loan products to Pittsburgh entrepreneurs. In his free time, he is an avid follower of Shaqtin a' Fool, and enjoys playing squash.
Dong Hun Yi '16
Co-Vice President of Education/Mentorship
Dong is a junior in the Economics department pursuing a certificate in finance. He worked in private placement at Offerboard this past summer and is currently working at an investment management firm, DSW Investments, LLC. His interests also lie in start-up life and is currently part of the Friendsy team. His campus activities include Princeton Tower Club and Korean American Student Association. In his spare time Dong spends his time playing guitar, making music, and playing tennis.
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Ashley Kim '16
Co-Vice President of Education/Mentorship
Ashley is a junior in the Politics department with an intended certificate in American Studies. Previously, she has worked at Alpine Mortgage Financial Services as a summer intern for loan brokerage as well as BNY Mellon for Asian Women in Business. Her campus activities include Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance, Opus 21 Chamber Music Ensemble, AdvertiseThis (Princeton's Advertising and Marketing Association, Princeton Women's Mentorship Program, and Princeton University Orchestra.
Dhruv Bansal '17
Editor in Chief, Magazine
Dhruv is a sophomore majoring in Operations Research and Financial Engineering pursuing certificates in Applications of Computing and Finance. Elsewhere on campus, he serves as Director of Operations for Princeton Business Volunteers and as an undergraduate associate for the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance, dances as part of the bhangra team, and is a member of Tower.
Diana Turbayne '16
Vice President, Industry Insight: Americas
Diana is a junior from Atlanta, Georgia concentrating in the Woodrow Wilson School of International Relations and Public Policy with an intended certificate in Near Eastern Studies. The past two summers, Diana has worked in alternative investment management at Harbert Management Corporation. Her interests and campus activities include the Varsity Rowing Team, working as a fellow at the Women's Center, Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, and University Cottage Club.
Ryan Azarraffiy '16
Vice President, Industry Insight: Europe, the Middle East and Africa
Ryan is a Woodrow Wilson School major pursuing certificates in Global Health and Health Policy and German Language and Culture. In the upcoming summer, he will be undergoing a one month health policy fellowship in Berlin followed by two months of clinical research in Vietnam. Ryan's academic interests center on the intersection of health, policy and economics. He hopes to attain an MD/MBA in the future. Apart from academics, Ryan enjoys watching basketball games and playing tennis.

Brendan Hung '17
Vice President, Industry Insight: Asia Pacific
Brendan is a sophomore in the Operations Research and Financial Engineering Department with intended certificates in Finance, Statistics and Machine Learning and Applications of Computing. He has previously worked in investment banking with Citigroup and global research with Standard Chartered Bank. On campus, he serves as the Project Manager for the Engineers Without Borders Kenya Team. His interests include tennis, soccer, golf, eating, and traveling.
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John Su '16
Vice President, Communication & Technology
John is a junior in the Operations Research and Financial Engineering with intended certificates in Finance and Applications of Computing. This summer, he will be at J.P. Morgan as a Sales & Trading analyst. On campus John is involved with the Club Baseball team and his interests include tennis and smoothies. He is currently studying abroad this spring semester at Oxford University and looks forward to exploring Europe over his spring break.
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