The UIIS Board is made up of undergraduate students from UIIS Partner organizations.
Giuliano Tissot is attending Emory University as an international student from Brazil. He is a junior studying Sociology and pursuing an Industrial Engineering Dual-degree with Georgia Tech. He currently serves as the President for UIIS and is also involved with the Emory Impact Investing Group. Giuliano hopes to become a social entrepreneur in the future.
Mikey Marsal is a sophomore majoring in economics at the University of Michigan. At Michigan Impact Investing Group (IIG), Mikey leads the fundraising and valuation teams that resulted in deploying the club's first loans. He is passionate about marketing and hopes to get a job where he can use his passion for marketing to have an impact.
Camila Gedanken is an international student from Brazil double majoring in Business and International Relations at Emory University. In EIIG, Camila did consulting, both as analyst and as team lead, in addition to preforming some Due Diligence and becoming the Chief Personnel Officer. She hopes to begin her career in consulting and then become a social entrepreneur.
Daryl Chan is a junior at Emory University studying Economics and Computer Science. He has been with Emory Impact Investing Group since his freshman year first semester and was most recently the Chief Loan Officer of the organization, specializing in due diligence and financial analysis. He has worked in tech, consulting and private equity and will spend his 2021 summer at Bain & Company Hong Kong.
Christina Xu is a freshman at the University of California, Berkeley, and she is currently studying Business Administration and Molecular and Cell Biology. At Microfinance at Berkeley (MFB), she is a consulting and microfinance associate returning for her second semester, and at Berkeley Economic Review (BER), she is a layout editor. Eventually, she hopes to make an impact by working in the business and biotech industry and making human therapeutics more affordable and available to everyone.