The Finance Association is run by three student officers: President, Vice President, and Director of Finance.
Chris Lentz is a first-year MBA student studying Finance and Entrepreneurship. Prior to enrolling in the UC Davis Graduate School of Management Chris worked for Parametric, a private wealth manager. At Parametric he specialized in operations, process improvement, and international account reconciliation. Chris received his Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Washington State University. In his free time Chris enjoys skiing and bike riding.
Jessie Jia Guo obtained her bachelor’s and master’s degree in Finance from Peking University in China. She also has a double degree in Psychology. Before she joined MBA program in UC Davis, Jessie worked in CICC, a top investment bank in China. She also has some work experience in consulting industry.
Director of Finances
Jennifer Jia Wang is a first-year MBA student with a concentration in Finance and Technology Management. Before enrolling in the Graduate School of Management, Jennifer received both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Electronic Engineering from Southeast University in China, and worked in Semiconductor and EDA industries for six years. Her finance interest comes from the desire to understand business development in high-tech industry and to use financial data in decision making. She is interested in pursuing a career in corporate finance/product management in high-tech industry. In her free time, she enjoys photography and cooking. She is the photographer of various GSM events
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