We are a group of competitive individuals who have backgrounds in technology, finance, economics, marketing, and more.
Angela is a Finance and Political Science double major aspiring for a career in asset management. She has previous experience researching international securities working at an equity research firm for the past two summer.
George is a finance and information systems double major in the Robert H. Smith School of Business and is interested in areas where finance and technology intersect. He is also the founder of Dark Sonar, a cybersecurity company specializing in cyber threat prevention.
Andrew is a finance and economics major at UMD. He has professional experience working in banking, investing, and is the treasurer for CASH. He has a strong interest in capital markets and will be pursuing a career in the field. Next year, Andrew will be interning at Goldman Sachs in the Sales & Trading division.
Emily is a Finance and Information Systems double major at the Robert H. Smith School of Business. She has previously interned at the US Department of Treasury. Next year, she will be interning at Deloitte in their Technology Risk Advisory division.
Byron is pursuing a finance and mathematics dual degree. He has varying levels of experience in accounting, consumer finance, sales and research, and data analytics. He has a strong interest in quantitative finance and plans to pursue a career in the field after obtaining a graduate degree in financial engineering.
AJ is a prospective finance major and business analytics minor. He most recently worked as a financial analyst intern at Ameriprise Financial, with a Certified Financial Planner (CFP). He also has a passion for investing and actively follows the stock market.
Chris is one of the two SUSA Representatives for the CASH Club. He is currently a freshman finance major who is also interested in double majoring in economics. Primarily interested in policy making and the implications of Public Finance, he will be interning on Capitol Hill this spring.
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UMD CASH is the Community of Aspiring Shareholders Club based in the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. Part of the Smith Undergraduate Student Association (SUSA), we aim to educate our peers in finance through experiential means.