William Huang

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Rutgers University, Honors College, School of Business Class of 2021

Major: Finance, Marketing, and Management

Minor: Political Science

Language: Chinese Traditional & Simplified (Native), English (Native), Taiwanese (Proficient)

Certifications: Bloomberg Market Concepts: Economic Indicators, Currencies, Fixed Income, & Equities

Computer Proficiency: M Suite (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel), G Suite (Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides), iWork (Pages, Numbers, Keynote), Intermediate HTML

Email: wh308@scarletmail.rutgers.edu

William is a Junior from Taiwan studying Finance, Marketing, Management, and Political Science in the Honors College of Rutgers University. Being appointed to chair a Model United Nations committee at the UN Headquarters in Geneva, and having interned at the World Affairs Council in Philadelphia, along with Bo Min Fa Global Investments in Taiwan, William is fluent in Chinese in both Simplified and Traditional, fluent in Taiwanese, and fluent in English. A member of the Philadelphia Council for Business Economics, a recipient of the International Chancellor’s Merit Scholarship, and listed on consecutive Dean’s Lists throughout his academic career, William serves as the research assistant to Dr. Kim Jung Yeung at the Rutgers School of Business exploring his research interests in mergers and acquisitions, international IPO management, and democratic erosion on its impacts to market stability. At his University, William is involved as the President of the Political Science Society, the Secretary of the Economics Society, the General Assemblies Officer of the Student Finance Association, and the Rutgers Ambassador of the Office of International Students and Global Programs. At the University of Pennsylvania, William is a research intern on the G20 and T20 team to help provide data and statistics, talking points, and analysis on global issues for Dr. Jim Mcgann’s presentation at global conferences including the Italian Institute for International Political Studies Forum 2019 on the Future of Multilateralism.