• The Society for Women in Business

  • Executive Board

    Fall 2018 Leadership Team

    Emily King

    Co-President

    Industrial Labor Relations '20

    Emily King is a junior majoring in Industrial and Labor Relations and pursuing minors in Business and Law & Society. In addition to being the Co-President of SWIB, she is the Recruitment Chair of her professional business fraternity Delta Sigma Pi and is an active member of Anabel's Grocery and her social sorority. Last summer, Emily worked as a Talent & Enterprise Services intern on the Business Continuity & Corporate Safety team at Liberty Mutual Insurance. The previous summer, she was an ILR High Road Fellow and worked at the Food Bank of Western New York. In her free time, Emily enjoys exploring National Parks, watching the Food Network and spending time with family.

    Rachel Novick

    Co-President

    Psychology and Law '19

    Rachel Novick is a senior from Mamaroneck, New York, pursuing a major in Psychology and Law through the College Scholar Program. In addition to being the Co-President of the Society for Women in Business, on campus, Rachel is an undergraduate lab leader in the Lab for Rational Decision Making and serves on the Academic Integrity Hearing Board. She worked in Investment Management at Goldman Sachs during her sophomore and junior summers. In her free time, she enjoys being with family and friends, hiking, and playing soccer.

    Diana Lozina

    Senior Vice President

    Industrial Labor Relations '20

    Diana Lozina is a junior from Westchester, New York majoring in Industrial Labor Relations with minors in Business and Law and Society. This past summer, she worked as an HR intern for King Street Capital Management in New York City. In addition to being the Senior Vice President of the Society of Women in Business, Diana is an Executive Board Member of Colleges Against Cancer, apart of Student Assembly and the social sorority, Alpha Phi. In her free time, Diana enjoys traveling with her family, baking, and exploring Ithaca with her friends.

    Claudia Chan

    VP of Finance

    Policy Analysis and Management '20

    Claudia Chan is a junior from Hong Kong majoring in Policy Analysis and Management and pursuing minors in Business and Law and Society. This past summer, she interned at Kerry Logistics in Shanghai with the Ocean Product Team. In addition to serving as the Vice President of Finance for SWIB, Claudia is also a Human Ecology Student Ambassador and is involved in the Student Activities Funding Commission and the social sorority, Pi Beta Phi. During her free time, Claudia enjoys reading, spending time with family and exploring new restaurants in Ithaca.

    Sonal Lakhotia

    VP of Marketing

    Applied Economics and Management '20

    Sonal is a junior majoring in Applied Economics and Management with concentrations in Finance and Business Analytics. Outside of SWIB, she is the CMO of Smart Woman Securities, Senior VP and Technology Sector Leader of Cornell Current, member of Beta Alpha Psi Honors Business Fraternity, research assistant in a Dyson research lab, and dancer for Cornell Big Red Raas Competitive Dance Team. Last summer, Sonal was a Total Rewards – Compensation intern at Mastercard. She hopes to pursue a career in corporate finance or consulting after completing her undergraduate studies. She enjoys hiking, photography, and longboarding in her free time

    Lee Hofman

    ​Co-VP of Internal Development

    Applied Economics and Management '20

    Lee Hofman is a junior from Great Neck, New York majoring in Applied Economics and Management with a concentration in Business Analytics. This past summer, she worked as a Strategy Consultant Intern at Deloitte in Tel Aviv, Israel. On campus, she is also involved with her business fraternity Phi Gamma Nu and is a Teaching Assistant for AEM 2100. In her free time, Lee likes to spend time with family and friends, travel, and watch Netflix.

    Puneet Arneja

    Co-VP of Internal Development

    Applied Economics and Management '20

    Puneet Arneja is a junior from Plainview, Long Island majoring in Applied Economics and Management, concentrating in marketing and strategy. In addition to being the Co-VP of Internal Development for SWIB, Puneet is a member of the Dyson Inclusion and Diversity Program, the social sorority, Sigma Delta Tau, and the business fraternity, Phi Gamma Nu. She is also a Teaching Assistant for two classes at the Dyson School: Statistics and Marketing. In her free time, Puneet enjoys playing sports – specifically soccer and volleyball – reading, traveling, and running.

    Lakshmi Babureddy

    Co-VP of On-Campus Affairs

    Applied Economics and Management '20

    Lakshmi Babureddy is a junior from Long Island, New York majoring in Applied Economics and Management with a concentration in Finance. In addition to SWIB, she is a member of the Financial Risk Management Club and the Cornell Marketing Organization. This past summer she was a marketing and search engine optimizing intern for HG Stones. In her free time, Lakshmi enjoys watching tennis and playing with her dog.

    Olivia Krawitt

    Co-VP of On-Campus Affairs

    Government '20

    Olivia Krawitt is a sophomore from London, majoring in Government with a Business minor. In addition to SWIB, she is also a member of Cornell Strategic Consulting, the Cornell Alpine Ski Team, and is a Teaching Assistant for AEM Financial Accounting. Last summer, Olivia worked in the Alternative Investments Group of a financial services firm in New York. She is excited to be joining JP Morgan in 2019 as a Summer Analyst in Investment Banking. In her free time, Olivia enjoys skiing and watching Grey’s Anatomy.

    Amanda Kichline

    VP of Administration & Alumnae Affairs

    Policy Analysis and Management '20

    Amanda Kichline is a junior from Philadelphia majoring in Policy Analysis and Management and minoring in Business. On campus, she is the Vice President of Administration and Alumnae Affairs for SWIB, a staff writer for the Cornell Daily Sun, a Cayuga's Watcher, and the Vice President of Programming for her social sorority, Delta Gamma. Amanda is interested in the intersection of public policy, economics, and business. In her free time, Amanda enjoys cooking, exercising, spending time with her family and friends, and going to the beach.

  • Emerging Leaders Program

    The Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) is designed to introduce underclassmen to teamwork, public speaking, and presenting skills as an analyst, while also allowing upperclassmen to act as associates and have the opportunity to practice leadership skills by managing a team. Students are divided into teams based on their career interests and chose a business trend. Past presentation topics include

    • The effect of Climate Change on valuation and stocks
    •  Interest rates
    • Changing preferences in the food industry
    • Big Data
    • The Finch Industry: Its rise and profitable companies within it
    • Fashion technology
    • Smart-home technology and its impact on consumer behavior

  • Calendar

    Fall 2018 Opportunities

    First G-Body Meeting

    Wednesday, September 19th at 5:00 pm, Warren 151

    Meet with SWIB members and learn about how to get involved with SWIB through the Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) and the Mentor/Mentee Program. Important application deadlines and other opportunities will be highlighted in this meeting!

    Fitch Ratings Networking Event

    Monday, September 17th at 4:30pm

    Networking Event hosted by SWIB at 4:30pm (before general info session at 6:15pm). RSVP here. Location TBD.

    ClubFest

    Sunday, September 9th at 1:00 pm, Barton Hall

    Visit our table and learn about SWIB and the ELP Program from members of the Executive Board!

    GE's Financial Management Program Information + Networking Session

    Thursday, September 6th at 7:00pm, Warren Hall B75

    Learn about GE's Financial Management Program (FMP) in this information and networking session for SWIB members. You will be introduced to the four-six month rotation program and the in-person leadership and finance curriculum that this program has to offer.

    Please RSVP here, http://tinyurl.com/y7lak962

    Capital One Networking Event + Resume Workshop

    Wednesday, September 5th at 5pm, Stocking Hall M01

    Join us and learn more about opportunities at Capital One and a resume workshop with current analysts at the company. A resume draft is not required to attend the event. If you plan on attending the Capital One workshop, please RSVP

    by emailing ALPFA (alpfacornell@gmail.com).

    Capital One Coffee Chats

    Wednesday, September 5th at 2:30-4:30pm, Klarman Hall

    If you're interested in Commercial Banking or Business Analytics, sign-up for a one-on-one coffee chat with analysts and associates from Capital One.

    Sign-up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0c4fa8ae2ba5fe3-capital2

  • Contact SWIB

    Are you an employer interested in working with SWIB?

    Please fill out the form below or E-mail us at cornellswib@gmail.com.

     

    GENERAL INQUIRIES:
    Emily King | egk37@cornell.edu

    Rachel Novick | rzn2@cornell.edu

     

    EMERGING LEADERS PROGRAM AND MENTORSHIP:
    Diana Lozina | dl749@cornell.edu

     

    MARKETING:
    Sonal Lakhotia | sl2224@cornell.edu

     

    ALUMNAE:
    Amanda Kichline | aek224@cornell.edu