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 sophomore in the Economics department with intended certificates in Finance and Applications of Computing. In the upcoming summer of 2014, Darwin will serve as an equity research analyst at Copeland Capital, a hedge fund focused on dividend growth. Previously, he has worked in private wealth management at Evyavan Advisory services, 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.
Jason Nong ’15
Vice President of Education
Jason is a junior studying Economics with intended certificates in Finance and Music. He has interned as a Summer Analyst at Ferghana Partners. On campus, Jason is involved with POCO and PBV. He plays the piano, organ, and harpsichord.
Michelle Molner '16
Vice President of Mentorship
Michelle is a sophomore in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. She worked at the Quest Scholars Program last summer and is currently a research assistant for member of the UN International Law Commission and visiting scholar Dr. Georg Nolte, exploring the legal boundaries of targeted killing and the role states play in enforcing such boundaries. In the summer of 2014, Michelle will be interning with the US Department of State at the US Embassy in Vilnius, Lithuania. On campus, Michelle is a prominent member of the International Relations Council (IRC), for which she served as Chief of Staff of the 2014 Princeton Interactive Crisis Simulation (PICSim) Conference and is an active member of Princeton’s Model United Nations team. She also currently serves as the Director of External Affairs of Princeton’s Pre-Law Society. Although, she has spent the past seventeen years of her life calling Fort Wayne, Indiana home, Michelle was born in Princeton, New Jersey, just down the street from the university in Princeton Medical Center.
Harold Li '15
Vice President of Finance
Harold is a junior studying Operations Research and Financial Engineering with intended certificates in Statistics/Machine Learning and Applications of Computing.This summer, he interned at Motion Math, an educational technology startup, as their marketing associate. The summer before, Harold interned at the Hong Kong Monetary Authority. On campus, he is on the Business Board of the Daily Princetonian and the Director of Professional Relations at Princeton Business Volunteers. Harold has a twin brother that goes to Brown and is a citizen of three different countries.
John Su ’16
Vice President of Communication & Technology
John is a sophomore in the Operations Research and Financial Engineering with intended certificates in Applications of Computing, Finance, Engineering and Management Systems. His internship experiences include medical research, software development, and quantitative finance. On campus, John is involved with the Men's Lightweight Rowing team, the Student Groups Committee and serves as a Peer Career Advisor for Career Services and a Peer Tutor for McGraw Study Hall. He plays soccer, enjoys pool, and likes french bread pizza. John can identify most car makes/models just by looking at tail lights.
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You-You Ma '16
Vice President of Marketing
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Eric Huang ’16
Editor in Chief, Magazine
Eric is a sophomore in the ORFE department with intended certificates in Finance and Applications of Computing. He has interned with Evyavan Advisory Services. Eric’s on campus activities and interests include Badminton Club and Princeton Tutoring. Before Princeton, Eric went to a boarding high school for three years and then took a gap year to volunteer and do clinical research.
Sherry Zhang ’15
Vice President, Industry Insight: Asia Pacific
Sherry is a junior in the Economics department with an intended certificate in Finance. Her campus activities and interests include Manna, Badminton, and Volunteering. Sherry has lived in three states - Texas, California, Georgia.
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Ryan Azarrafiy ’16
Vice President, Industry Insight: Europe, the Middle East and Africa
Ryan is a sophomore studying in the Woodrow Wilson School. He has served as a Project Intern for the Care Rural Health Mission in Hyderabad, India, where he worked in corporate office of hospital system. Ryan’s interests and on campus activities include International Relations, Social Entrepreneurship, and MEDLIFE. He is a citizen of three countries.
Kevin Chen ’15
Vice President, Industry Insight: Americas
Kevin is a junior in the Economics department with intended certificates in Finance and East Asian Studies. He has worked in the finance department of FedEx and the China Machinery Engineering Corporation as well at a start-up investment bank in investment banking and corporate structuring/restructuring. On campus, Kevin is invoked with PrinceTHON board, Entrepreneurship Club, Colonial Investment Group, and Running Club. He runs a 4:11 mile.
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Ben Huang ’15
Vice President, Club Management
Ben is a junior studying Economics with intended certificates in Finance, Applied & Computational Math, and Engineering & Management Systems. He has previously worked in the corporate office of a technology company and done research in economics and computational chemistry. His interests include weightlifting, history, and international affairs.
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