This page contains files to my projects, presentations, and course work.
Tel: (734) 845-8431
I am a Second-Year Masters Student at the University of Michigan pursuing dual degree in 1) Quantitative Finance and Risk Management, 2) Applied Statistics. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Financial Mathematics from University of Michigan. I have programming experience in C++, Python, SQL, Matlab, and R. My interests are developing trading strategies using statistical and machine learning models.
In Summer 2016, I interned as a compensation consultant for a boutique firm, Meridian Compensation Partners LLC, and researched relationships between executive incentive plan designs and company performance. Recently in Summer 2019, I interned at PNC bank working for their Market Risk Management department.
In addition, I have taken on leadership roles in the Quant Program by conducting weekly workshops since Winter 2019. I also served as instructor for the 2019 Quant Orientation Bootcamp.
Here is a copy of my Resume.
This page (Coursework) contains various worked-out problem sets and projects from my courses at University of Michigan.
This page (Projects/Competitions) contains presentations and competitions I participated throughout the year. Most notably myself and a team of five classmates were finalists in the 2019 IAQF competition.
Quant Lab is the name of our student-led Workshops for discussion of quantitative finance problems and coding, occurring every friday morning. I have been leading the workshops since Winter 2019. Check out the Quant Lab Homepage for details.