Meet the Leadership
Stephanie is a senior studying Finance and Marketing at NYU Stern with a minor in Studio Art. She owns an online jewelry company called Jezie Jewelry and loves fashion tech, beauty blogs, sushi and ballet.
In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys exploring the city, hanging out with friends, taking photos, and meeting new people.
Gordon Wong is a senior from Cleveland, Ohio and studies Marketing and Information Systems in Stern. He's been interested in entrepreneurship since he was young and started his own company while in high school selling kits for school. Gordon hopes to start his own company again one day. While not in school, Gordon enjoys collecting antique cameras & typewriters, playing 2K16, and eating seafood. Feel free to reach out to Gordon to find out the best places for dollar oysters or any advice required.
Perry Ya is a Maryland native at NYU Stern studying Finance and Global Business with a minor in Social Entrepreneurship. He has been interested in entrepreneurship ever since he started (illegally) selling duct-tape wallets in his middle school hallway, but only recently joined the eBoard for EEG. While his days of being a duct-tape wallet tycoon are over, Perry hopes to find himself at the intersection of business and technology in the near future, either through his own startup or through venture capital.
When Perry isn't preoccupied with school or work, he enjoys longboarding through New York streets, playing the piano, taking photos, and skiing. One day, he hopes to be able to travel the world. Feel free to reach out to him for class recommendations, Instagram pages to follow, or anything in between.
DIRECTOR OF Speaker series
Annette is currently a sophomore at NYU Stern studying Finance, with a minor in Sustainable Business. She hopes to make a difference in the world by combining her studies with her passion for positive creation. She would love to work in a firm that challenges the status quo, while producing as many successful reality TV shows as she can.
She loves using her position at EEG to bring in speakers that reflect the importance she places on unique business models, creative business to consumer relations, and standout social marketing (such as "By Chloe" and "Birchbox"). In her free time you can find her looking for obscure fruits to post on @Juicy_Jems, watching TISCH approved movies like "Ten Things I Hate About You", or roaming the city in search of Michelin Star restaurants she hopes to someday afford. Please feel free to reach out to her for coffee, she knows many "cute spots".
DIRECTOR OF MARKETING
Neha Ramani is from West Lafayette, Indiana and studies Politics and Creative Writing in CAS. She has been interested in entrepreneurship ever since she monopolized the lemonade stand industry in her neighborhood by recruiting all the other kids to come work with her. Neha hopes to have a career doing communications or marketing for a candidate, cause, or company she is passionate about.
Outside of EEG, Neha is involved with the NYU branch of 180 Degrees Consulting, the NYU chapter of the Delta Gamma fraternity for women, and Google's Community Leaders Program. In her spare time, she loves to reach and write poetry, go horseback riding, and give out unsolicited advice on NYC's vegetarian food scene. She also runs a food Instagram (@vegwithneha) that you should definitely follow.
Director of Workshops
Arkin is a sophomore at NYU Stern studying Finance and Computing and Data Science. He is originally from New Delhi, India, and came to New York when he was 17. Arkin started a company of his own, Brandifize, when he was 15, which provided low cost web development and graphic design services for startups. He is interested in learning about new companies and emerging technologies. Outside EEG, Arkin is involved with 180 Degrees Consulting and Beta Alpha Psi. He enjoys playing golf and basketball in his free time. Arkin is a huge foodie and enjoys exploring new restaurants - especially Asian! Feel free to reach out to him if you have any questions about school, entrepreneurship, or life!
Geenie is currently a freshman at NYU Stern studying Finance and Marketing. Her interest in entrepreneurship spawned from selling junk food from her locker in middle school while encouraging teachers to ban junk food on campus as a student council representative to keep her monopoly. She hopes to explore the creative side of business and to be exposed to people of different backgrounds and skill sets through EEG. Outside of school, Geenie enjoys eating Asian cuisine, online shopping, and watching Netflix.
Joanna is a freshman at NYU Stern and wants to study Finance and Marketing with a minor in Graphic Design. She is interested to learn more about entrepreneurship and hopes to have a career that can combine her interests in marketing and design. Outside of school, Joanna enjoys painting, watching cartoons, and eating good food. She firmly believes that food tastes best when delivered straight to her dorm, so she spends a lot of time exploring delivery apps. Please feel free to reach out to her for any food or delivery app recommendations.
Tommy is a sophomore studying Comp Sci and Business. He really wants to be an entrepreneur or a software engineer after college. Before coming to NYU, Tommy founded a startup that gives disadvantaged students a music education by pairing them with college musicians. Outside of school, Tommy loves to play board games and video games. If you want to play Catan or learn about how to become involved in tech while at Stern, reach out to him.
Rachel is a true Southern California native—meaning that she loves sunshine, long car drives down PCH, and acai bowls galore. Currently studying Marketing and Sustainable Business at NYU Stern, she aspires to impact the world through a career that fuses the branding aspect of CSR as well as integrates sustainability into both innovative start-ups and well-established corporations—ideally in either the retail or food industries. You can usually find her exploring the city through concerts or local eateries, finding some reason to be out and about as much as possible. If you’re ever in need of a +1 to attend a random speaker event, check out a new exhibit, or just grab coffee and have deep talks about life with, she’s almost always down!