• Moneythink's

    Young Professionals Board

    A network of torch-bearing leaders working to give every student

    the chance to complete college.

  • Our Mission

    Moneythink empowers under-resourced youth to achieve college success by supporting college and financial decision-making through coaching and technology. We envision an equitable future in which all students have the opportunity to complete an affordable post-secondary education that puts them on a path to fulfillment and prosperity.

     

    Moneythink's Young Professionals Board (YPB) plays a critical role in the organization's success.

      

      

      

  • Our Members

    The Moneythink YPB consists of young professionals from a variety of backgrounds and industries.

    Asterisk (*) denotes former YPB chair.

    Rakhee Jain (chair)

    new york

    ADAY

    Former Moneythink Mentor

     

    University of Chicago

     

    Member since 2018

    Tori Jones (vice-chair)

    chicago

    Cresco Labs

     

    Carleton College


    Member since 2020

    Megan Chen

    san francisco

    Encore Consumer Capital

    Former Moneythink Mentor
     

    University of Chicago

     

    Member since 2017

    Arlene Wang

    new york

    Former Moneythink Mentor

     

    The Wharton School

    University of Chicago

     

    Member since 2018

    Graham Feldman

    new york

    Miller Buckfire

     

    William & Mary

    London School of Economics

     

    Member since 2018

    Ralph Lanza

    philadelphia

    LLR Partners

     

    University of Richmond

     

    Member since 2018

    Julia Servin

    chicago

    Goldman Sachs

     

    University of South Carolina

    Member since 2020

    Cindy Fan

    new york

    Evercore

     

    University of Pennsylvania

    Member since 2020

    Scott Nelson

    philadelphia

    Nielsen

    Former Moneythink Mentor

     

    Washington University in St. Louis
    Member since 2020

    Henry Truelove

    atlanta

    Deloitte

     

    Georgia Institute of Technology

    Member since 2020

  • New Member Recruitment

    Applications for the YPB are now closed!

    Summary

    We are seeking new members for our Board who are committed to and excited about furthering the mission of Moneythink.

    Process

    The application will close on October 18th 2020. All applicants must submit a written application which will be reviewed by current YPB members. We will attempt to interview all applicants and once interviews are completed, acceptances will be sent out in November.

    Expectations

    We expect our YPB members to:

    • Attend 75% of meetings
    • Participate in at least 1 subcommittee (virtual), with an expected monthly time commitment of 10 hours / month
    • Fundraise at a minimum $250 / year 
    • Fundraising goal of $4,000 / committee each year

    Subcommittees

    Currently, our Board is divided into three subcommittees:

    • Marketing: manages social media optimization, press outreach, speaking engagements, SEO, marketing collateral creation & distribution, product launch planning
    • Partnerships: focuses on creating  partnerships with organizations, local groups, and corporates + virtual programming for the larger Moneythink community
    • Product: works intimately with understanding and developing our technology product, ensuring we are creating a platform that can be widely accessed and used

    Questions?

    Reach out to rakhee@moneythink.org for any questions.

  • Our Impact

    Moneythink's YPB leverages its skills and expertise to add real value to Moneythink's mission. From lending pro bono operational support, consulting on organizational strategy, to supporting economic sustainability, the YPB is an extension of Moneythink's team.

     

    Below are just a few of the areas in which YPB members have had tangible impact.

    IMPACT MEASUREMENT

    TALENT SOURCING

    LEGAL SUPPORT

    CHAPTER OUTREACH

    NETWORK GROWTH

    FUNDRAISING

    MOBILE STRATEGY

    PARTNERSHIPS

    MARKET RESEARCH

    PROGRAM EXPANSION

    INVESTMENTS

    DEMOGRAPHICS

  • Our Alumni

    The Moneythink YPB was founded in 2013 to advance the Moneythink mission and connect Moneythinkers around the world.

    Asterisk (*) denotes former YPB chair.

    Jackson Lai*

    Stanford GSB

    Madison Dearborn Partners

    2013-2014

    JT Munch*

    Columbia Business School

    Beecken Petty O'Keefe

    2013-2014

    Nancy Cao

    UC Berkeley Haas

    Mission Measurement

    2013

    Andrea Coravos

    Harvard Business School

    KKR Capstone

    2013

    Catie Cottle*

    Kirkland & Ellis

    2013-2014

    Hayden Hudson

    C2 Consulting

    GÜDHOME

    2013

    Lan Huang

    Madison Dearborn Partners

    2013-2014

    Brandon Levitan

    Madison Dearborn Partners

    2014

    Will Powley

    MIT, PhD

    2013

    Nick Maglio

    Kellogg School of Mgmt.

    Brown Brothers Harriman

    2014-2016

    Meghan Janotka

    Kellogg School of Mgmt.

    JPM Chase

    2014-2017

    Christina Whatley

    Yale School of Mgmt.

    Bank of America

    2014-2017

    Griffin Knight

    JPM Chase

    Wells Fargo

    2014-2016

    Dwight Kost

    TPG Sixth Street

    Madison Dearborn Partners

    2014-2017

    Alan Glass

    University of Chicago Booth

    JPMorgan Chase

    2015-2016

    Gary Topp

    University of Chicago Booth

    Alibaba

    2015

    Anthony Hwang

    Vettery

    Signpost

    2015-2016

    Kiara Kaminski

    Harvard Business School Bridgewater Associates

    2015-2017

    Kevin Chen

    Kellogg School of Mgmt.

    Thermo Fisher Scientific

    2015-2018

    Derek Walker

    Stanford GSB

    Thomas H. Lee Partners

    2015-2017

    Richard Si

    Kellogg School of Mgmt.

    Madison Dearborn Partners 2015-2018

    Shane Sandridge

    BAML

    Morgan Stanley

    2014-2018

    Meaghan Conway

    The Carlyle Group

    Bank of America

    2017-2018

    Lucy Liu

    Addstructure

    Prophet

    2014-2018

    Vicki Peng

    Thrive Capital

    Dropbox

    2014-2018

    Laura Peng

    Boston Consulting Group

    2017-2018

    Patrick Wu

    SunTrust Robinson Humphrey

    2017-2018

    Kelly Carlquist*

    Adam Street Partners

    2014-2019

    Janesh Rahlan

    LinkedIn

    2016-2019

    Jerel Ho*

    Guggenheim Partners

    2013-2019

    Brittany Agostino

    Goldman Sachs

    2015-2019

    Molly Fitzpatrick

    Halifax Group

    2014-2019

    Winson Liu

    Liberty Mutual Insurance

    2015-2019

    Tiffany Chan

    Sidley Austin

    2017-2019

    Anthony Farias-Eisner

    MacAndrews & Forbes

    2017-2019

    Michael Wright

    Patriot Capital

    2017-2019

    Paul Bommarito

    Google

    2018-2019

    Eric Ong

    Lightbank

    2018-2019

    Kelli Mulder

    Kirkland & Ellis

    2018-2019

    Colin O'Donnell

    Prospect Partners LLC

    2018-2019

    Keith Esposito

    American Express

    2018-2019

    Tiffany Lin

    PIMCO

    2018-2019

    Dillon Stuart

    LinkedIn

    2018-2019

    David Woo

    Capital One Venture

    2018-2019

    David Loesberg

    US Dept of Housing and Urban Development

    2018-2019

    Michael McMillan II

    Bain & Company

    2018-2019

    Harshil Shah

    Angus Chemical Company

    2018-2019

    Billy Tabrizi*

    PwC Consulting

    Harvard Business School

    2017-2020

    Inoh Choe*

    OppLoans

    Kellogg School of Management

    2013-2020

    AJ Wheatley

    Nasdaq

    2017-2020

    Matthew O'Rourke

    Walgreens Boot Alliance

    Kellogg School of Management

    2017-2020

    Santosh Raganath

    TransUnion

    Kellogg School of Management

    2018-2020

    Evangelos Koulogeorgiou

    Thermo Fisher

    2018-2020

    David Mallett

    Betterment

    Kellogg School of Management

    2018-2020

    Andy Lee

    Apple

    2019-2020

  • Join Us

    Now Recruiting New Members!

    You Can Change a Life Today

    Consider supporting Moneythink during back-to-school season this fall. It would mean the world to us and our students if you would make Moneythink a philanthropic priority this year, and into the future.