The Executive Board
Allegra Margolis: President
Allegra Margolis (Class of 2014) is from Newport Beach, California. She is pursuing a concentration in Management with a minor in Consumer Psychology. Previously, she served as WW's Executive Vice President and VP of Marketing . Allegra is incredibly excited to work with such a talented board this year and looks forward to growing and strengthening WW's brand and network. In addition to WW, Allegra is a Wharton Ambassador, a Management 100 TA and a member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority.
Kelsey Gliva: Vice President of
Kelsey Gliva (Class of 2015) is from Royersford, Pennsylvania and is concentrating in Marketing and Management at Wharton. Kelsey is an active member of WW and previously served as the VP of Marketing in 2012. In her new role, she looks forward to helping WW evolve and grow as she takes on a future-planning role and ultimately hopes to continue enhancing the WW experience for students at Penn. In addition to Wharton Women, Kelsey is a Teaching Assistant for Management 100 and Management 240, a university tour guide through the Kite and Key Society, and a member of the Sigma Kappa Sorority.
Jahyun Song: VP of Alumnae Relations
Jay (W '14) is from Seoul, South Korea but has lived in Spain, the Netherlands, and Germany. She is concentrating in finance and public policy. She was previously VP of Finance and is thrilled to continue her involvement with Wharton Women. As VP of Alumnae Relations, she is excited to provide meaningful, exciting events that connect alumnae and undergraduates. She will also organize events that are exclusive to Seniors and connect them to underclassmen members. Outside of WW, Jay is a sister of Sigma Psi Zeta Sorority.
Erin Cooney: Co-VP of Corporate Relations
Erin Cooney (Class of 2014) is from Hershey, Pennsylvania and is concentrating in Finance and Management with a minor in International Relations. Previously, she served as Wharton Women's VP of Publications. Her goal as VP of Corporate Relations is to continue strong relationships between members and corporate sponsors. Beyond Wharton Women, Erin is a tutor of the West Philadelphia Tutoring Project and a member of the Alpha Phi sorority.
Mijana Djurdjevic: Co-VP of Corporate Relations
Mijana (Class of 2014) is from Bosnia and Herzegovina, but was born in Germany and grew up in St. Petersburg, Florida. She is concentrating in Finance, Real Estate, and Management, and minoring in Hispanic Studies. Previously, she served as Wharton Women's Undergraduate Chair of the MBA Mentorship Program. As VP of Corporate Relations, she hopes to continue expanding WW’s base of corporate sponsors. In addition to WW, Mijana is the President of Cohort Dollar and a sister of the Sigma Kappa Sorority.
Johanne Chu: VP of Finance
Johanne Chu (Class of 2014) is from Seoul, Korea. She is concentrating in Finance and Management and is also pursuing a minor in East Asian Language and Civilizations at The College. This is her first year on WW Exec Board and she feels privileged to be working with such a strong group of driven leaders and ensure that the calendar is filled with exciting events. In addition to WW, Johanne is Vice President of Chi Omega Sorority, the finance coordinator for Dzine2Show, and a member of PennSEM and Wharton Asia Exchange.
Catherine Geewax: VP of Marketing
Catherine Geewax (Class of 2014) is from Unionville, Pennsylvania. She is pursuing concentrations in Operations and Information Management and Marketing. Catherine is excited to return to the Wharton Women board and looks forward to strengthening Wharton Women's social media presence as well as gathering dynamic photographs and videos for Wharton Women members to enjoy. Outside of Wharton Women, Catherine is a Managerial Economics tutor and a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.
Alexandra Spada: VP of Membership
Alexandra Spada (Class of 2016) is from Havertown, Pennsylvania and plans to pursue concentrations in management and retail. Alexandra is excited to be on board and hopes to increase membership by encouraging women of all schools at Penn to join the organization. Outside of Wharton Women, Alexandra is part of Wharton Retail Club, Dzine 2 Show, and Kite and Key.
Marykate Surette: VP of Operations
Marykate Surette (Class of 2016) is from Ipswich, Massachusetts, a small town right outside of Boston. Marykate is really excited for her first year on the Executive Board and is eager to begin her work as VP of Operations. As VP of Operations, she hopes to continue to effectively inform members about Wharton Women events through weekly emails. In addition to Wharton Women, Marykate is also a member of Penn Running Club and is an Eco-Rep for Hill College House.
Laura Sluyter: VP of Philanthropy
Laura (Class of 2014) is from Tewksbury, New Jersey and is concentrating in Operations & Information Management and Statistics with a minor in math. Last year, she organized the Wharton Women Etiquette Dinner, and this year, she is looking forward to increasing member engagement in philanthropic events. Outside of Wharton Women, she is a research assistant at the Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative and a writer for Penn Course Review and the Penn Appétit Blog
Elaine Liu: VP of Publications
Elaine (Class of 2014) is from Princeton, New Jersey and is pursuing dual degrees in finance and biology. Elaine is excited to join the board this year as the VP of Publications and will be working on informational, professional, and creative flyers for Wharton Women events. She is looking forward to helping Wharton Women gain a greater presence on campus and connecting students, alumni, and corporate sponsors through newsletters. In addition to serving on the board, Elaine is involved in Penn Art Club and Penn Society for International Development.
Jacqueline Lee: VP of University Relations
Jackie Lee (Class of 2014) is from Manhattan Beach, California and has concentrations in Finance, Real Estate, and a joint concentration in Marketing and Operations Management. She has served as the WWBC 2012 Publications Chair and WWBC 2013 Marketing Chair. She is credited with creating the first WWBC website, is enthusiastic for this and next year’s conferences, and hopes to foster a strong relationship between the Wharton Women In Business graduate club and WW. Outside of WW, Jackie is the CAO of the Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity and a MUSE consultant.
Anna Reighart: VP of Technology
Anna Reighart (Class of 2015) is from Chagrin Falls, Ohio and plans to pursue concentrations in Finance and Management, with a minor in Hispanic Studies. After serving as the Vice President of Operations in 2012, she is so excited to transition into the role of Vice President of Technology and work with another incredible Executive Board in 2013! In addition to her involvement in Wharton Women, Anna is a Management 100 Teaching Assistant, an undergraduate consultant at the Wharton Small Business Development Center, and a member of the Sigma Kappa Sorority.