2019 Executive Board

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Jordyn Wilson

President

Jordyn Wilson (Class of 2021) is from Parkton, Maryland and plans to concentrate in Marketing and Business Analytics. Jordyn is incredibly excited to work with the rest of the board to strengthen the Wharton Women community through events and initiatives that further the club’s mission of empowering women in business. Her goal is to expand the resources of Wharton Women to better support this community. She is also involved in SPEC Connaissance, Bloomers Tech Crew, and the Netter Center for Community Partnerships. Please reach out to her anytime at jwilson5@wharton.upenn.edu.

 
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Sahitya Mandalapu

Vice President of Finance

Sahitya Mandalapu (Class of 2021) is from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and plans to concentrate in Finance and Entrepreneurship. After serving as the Vice President of Membership Development (2018), she is excited and honored to be serving as the Vice President of Finance. Sahitya is looking forward to overseeing the “Wharton Women Allies” committee: a group that aims to directly involve men in discussions about gender equality in the workplace and educate undergraduate groups on campus. In addition to her involvement in Wharton Women, Sahitya is the VP of Diversity for the Panhellenic Council and a member of Alpha Phi. In her free time she enjoys fitness, fashion, piano, and trying new restaurants. Feel free to reach out to her at sahitya@wharton.upenn.edu.

 
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Zihan Xiong

Vice President of Operations

Zihan Xiong (Class of 2020) is from Wilmette, Illinois and is pursuing an uncoordinated dual degree, concentrating in Finance and Business Economics and Public Policy while majoring in Political Science with a concentration in American Politics. After serving as the Design Chair on the Marketing Committee, she is extremely excited to work towards strengthening and expanding Wharton Women’s community with her fellow board members. Outside of Wharton Women, Zihan is a coxswain on the varsity Lightweight Rowing Team and serves as the Vice President of External/Internal Affairs for Science Olympiad at Penn. In her free time, she loves music, design, photography, piano, eating food and drinking caffeine. Feel free to reach out and/or ask to grab coffee at zihanx@wharton.upenn.edu.

 
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Nicole Bulgarino

Vice President of Corporate Relations

Nicole (Class of 2021) is from Ellicott City, Maryland. She is planning to pursue concentrations in Finance and Management. After serving as the logistics chair for Dressing for Success in 2018, Nicole is honored to serve on the Wharton Women board as VP of Corporate Relations. Nicole is also a TA for Wharton 101, a member of the Wharton Undergraduate Finance Club Case Team, Penn Speech and Debate, and Wharton Business and Law Association. In her free time, Nicole enjoys fashion styling, chess, fencing, and playing clarinet. Feel free to contact her at nmbulg@wharton.upenn.edu.

 
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Jamie Wang

Vice President of Corporate Relations

Jamie Wang (Class of 2021) is from the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia and is concentrating in Finance and Management with a minor in Computer Science. She is excited continue WW’s work to empower women in business and to help our sponsors engage with members of the Wharton Women community. At Penn, Jamie is also the External Relations Chair for Hack4Impact and a member of the Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity. In her free time she enjoys reading, drawing, and exploring the city. Feel free to reach out to her at jamwa@wharton.upenn.edu

 
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Leila Ashtaryeh

Vice President of Marketing

Leila Ashtaryeh started her journey in Wharton Women while looking for an inclusive and meaningful pre-professional club to join at Penn; this led her to the marketing committee where she served as Social Media Chair and helped expand the committee from three members to ten. Leila is from Toronto, Canada and is hoping to concentrate in Business Analytics and Finance. Outside of Wharton Women, Leila is involved in research in the management department, the varsity crew team, and the Penn Persians Society. She enjoys exploring Philly restaurants, watching the Bachelor, and wearing sneakers. This year, Leila is looking forward to using marketing to expand the Wharton Women community at Penn and beyond. Feel free to contact her at leilaash@wharton.upenn.edu.

 
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Rhea Nangia

Vice President of Philanthropy

Rhea Nangia (Class of 2021) is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and plans to concentrate in Business Analytics and Finance. After working on the Dollar Diva Conference Committee last spring, she is excited to serve as the Vice President of Philanthropy. She hopes to continue to empower women in the West Philadelphia community through Wharton Women’s two annual philanthropic events, the Dollar Diva Conference and Dressing for Success. In addition, she is looking forward to further establish the Financial Literacy Tutoring Project. Outside of Wharton Women, Rhea is a member of the Kite and Key Executive Board, MUSE Social Impact Practice Consulting, and WUHC Finance and Development Committee. Feel free to contact her at rnangia@wharton.upenn.edu.

 
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Amanda Lewis

Vice President of University Relations

Amanda Lewis (Class of 2021) is from Cincinnati, Ohio and plans to pursue Management and Finance in her time at Wharton. After serving as a member of the Corporate Relations Committee, Amanda is extremely excited to represent Wharton Women as the Vice President of University Relations. She is excited to plan WWBC in the spring and continue the excellent work that Wharton Women Allies has already completed. In addition to her involvement in Wharton Women, Amanda is a member of Gender Balance Consulting and Alpha Phi Sorority. Feel free to reach out with any questions to amalewis@wharton.upenn.edu.

 
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Namrita Narula

Vice President of Membership Development

Namrita Narula (Class of 2022) is from Highland Park, IL and plans to concentrate in Finance and Business Analytics. Namrita hopes to cultivate a strong and uplifting community within Wharton Women through her role as VP of Membership Development. After working on the Marketing Committee in the fall, Namrita is incredibly excited to continue engaging with members and looks forward to planning new events related to peer mentoring. Outside of Wharton Women, Namrita is a member of the Consulting branch for the Penn Social Entrepreneurship Movement, works at the Student Federal Credit Union, and volunteers within the West Philadelphia community through the Civic House. Namrita loves to travel, explore new restaurants, and laugh. Feel free to contact her at narulan@wharton.upenn.edu.

 
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Samidha Sane

Vice President of Alumnae Relations

Samidha Sane (Class of 2022) is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is studying Business and International Studies in the Huntsman Program. Samidha is beyond excited to serve as the VP of Alumnae Relations during her first year at Penn and on Wharton Women. She hopes to help improve the experiences of alumnae and strengthen ties between current students and alumnae in the Wharton Women network. In addition to her involvement with Wharton Women, Samidha is a dancer on Penn Masti and a project team member in SIC. In her free time she enjoys singing and dancing, traveling, talking politics, and spending time with friends and family, Feel free to contact her at sasane@wharton.upenn.edu.