Women in Economics

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The goal of the Women in Economics (WiE) organization is to support women, non-binary, and underrepresented minority students pursuing a degree in economics  and to introduce more undergraduates to the field. To do so, we showcase the wide variety of fields and opportunities in economics; bring together undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty; and host events that celebrate the achievements of  women in the discipline. We are dedicated to building a broad, supportive, and engaged community within the department.

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Officers

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Andrea Campos
Outreach Chair
andrea.campos@yale.edu

Andrea is a junior in Benjamin Franklin and an Economics major from Long Island, New York. Andrea has worked as a Calculus Course-Based Peer Tutor and she is the Head of the Healthcare Track for Sube at Yale. She loves to paint and cook in her spare time and she is excited to promote diversity and inclusion in Economics!

Lindsay Chia
WiE Treasurer
lindsay.chia@yale.edu

Lindsay is a junior in Berkeley College majoring in Economics and pursuing a Certificate of Advanced Language in French. She is from Windsor, Ontario and is on the Varsity Gymnastics team. She serves on the Yale Student Athlete-Advisory Committee as the Bulldog Cup & Community Service Subcommittee Chair and on the Yale China in Focus board as the Social Media & Marketing Chair. She loves to binge Netflix in her spare time and is passionate about promoting minority presence in Economics.

Sarah Guan
Events Chair
sarah.guan@yale.edu

Sarah is a sophomore in Ezra Stiles college majoring in Economics and Mathematics. She is passionate about fostering community and minority representation in the major. Outside of WiE, Sarah is a First-Year Orientation Trip leader and a research assistant at the Yale Economic Growth Center. She loves the outdoors and hopes to visit every United States national park. Sarah is from West Chester, Pennsylvania.

Yeama Ho
WiE Co-President
yeama.ho@yale.edu

Yeama is a senior in Branford College from Potomac, Maryland. She is majoring in Economics and is pursuing certificates in Data Science and Chinese. Yeama has served as publisher of the Yale Daily News, as well as a campus tour guide specializing in Mandarin tours. She is passionate about diversity and inclusion in Economics and creating a welcoming and supportive space for majors and non-majors alike!

Hannah Ji
WiE Events Chair
hannah.ji@yale.edu

Hannah is a sophomore intending on double majoring in Economics and Molecular Cellular Developmental Biology. She is interested in the intersections between economics and health to better understand global health disparities. At Yale, hopes to foster a supportive community to promote minority voices in Economics. Originally from Los Angeles, you can find her either outside on a new hiking trail, or cooped up in a practice room on the piano.

Naasey Kanko Arthur
WiE Co-President
naasey.kankoarthur@yale.edu

Naasey is a senior in Pauli Murray and an Economics and Mathematics major. She is from Tema, Ghana. Naasey has worked with the Yale Association for African Peace and Development and the Academic Strategies Program at the Center for Teaching and Learning.  She loves to eat (fufu is her favorite) and binge watch random YouTube videos for fun.

Nicole Zhen
WiE Marketing Director
nicole.zhen@yale.edu

Nicole is a junior in Silliman College majoring in economics and mathematics. Outside of WiE, she serves as the editor-in-chief of the Yale Globalist and as a research assistant at the Yale School of Management. In her free time, she enjoys creative writing, hiking, and watching movies. She is originally from Portland, Oregon.

Rachel Zheng
WiE Events Chair
rachel.zheng@yale.edu

Rachel is a junior in Berkeley College majoring in Economics and Mathematics. In addition to WiE, she also works at Tsai CITY as an ambassador and with the Light Fellowship on the Student Advisory Council. She is from San Francisco, California and loves to bake cookies and try new foods in her free time.

Economics Study Space

Fall 2020 Hours:WiE Study Hall poster

Mondays, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. EST

Location:
Zoom meeting. See calendar listings above for addtional information.

A dedicated study space for students working on economics problem sets for any class, alone or in groups. Study space hours will be held by Lindsay Chia and Rachel Zheng.


Contact Us

If you have questions about our organization, economics at Yale, or how to get involved, feelfree to reach out to our co-presidents, Naasey and Yeama, or to our social media (below). We’d love to hear from you!

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Celebrating Women in Economics

A virtual event presented by the Women in Economics featured a history of women in Economics at Yale, senior thesis presentations, and a keynote speech by SOM Prof. Judith Chevalier. Panel Guests included Prof. Ebonya Washington and Ph.D. students Yoko Okuyama and Pengpeng Xiao.