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Summer Interns

Chad Pingatore

Chad is currently studying International Business and Management at Dickinson College.  In addition to his studies, Chad is a Resident Advisor, Peer Tutor (helping students in a one-on-one setting), Teacher’s Assistant, and an Analyst with the Student Investment Group.  He is also a former Varsity Soccer Player.  As a resident of Wilmington, DE, Chad finds time to play soccer and golf, enjoys watching Shark Tank, and spending time with his friends and family.  He is a fan of Philadelphia Sports teams, as well as an ardent fan of Manchester City Football Club.

Amy joins us from the University of Pennsylvania where she is concentrating her studies in Finance and Marketing, with a minor in Cinema Studies.  Besides her class load, Amy volunteers with Kite & Key (a volunteer tour guide organization), she is a Computer Science Teaching Assistant, and she’s involved in the Smart Women Securities and Social Enterprise Consulting Groups.  A resident of Doylestown, PA, Amy enjoys watching movies, fishing, kickboxing and reading memoirs.  She’s also helped cast a mini-series for the Disney Channel, and is currently working on a social enterprise start-up with a few of her classmates. 

Amy Sun

Amy Sun

Amy joins us from the University of Pennsylvania where she is concentrating her studies in Finance and Marketing, with a minor in Cinema Studies.  Besides her class load, Amy volunteers with Kite & Key (a volunteer tour guide organization), she is a Computer Science Teaching Assistant, and she’s involved in the Smart Women Securities and Social Enterprise Consulting Groups.  A resident of Doylestown, PA, Amy enjoys watching movies, fishing, kickboxing and reading memoirs.  She’s also helped cast a mini-series for the Disney Channel, and is currently working on a social enterprise start-up with a few of her classmates. 

Mike Ufberg

Mike is a student-athlete at Princeton University, majoring in Economics while playing for the Varsity Hockey Team.  Outside of the classroom and the ice rink, Mike is the Student Ambassador for the Student Veterans Group; he is also the Manager for the Old Guard Crew during Princeton’s Alumni Reunions.  Before heading to Princeton, Mike took two gap years and played hockey in British Columbia, where he lived with a host family and had one of the best experiences of his life.  Mike is an avid specialty coffee aficionado, and enjoys golfing, playing poker, and following professional sports, all with a cup of joe in his hand.  Mike is a native of Richboro, PA, and prides himself on his close relationship with his family.

2019 Summer Interns

Noah Rosenfeld

Noah is currently studying Finance and Economics at the University of Pittsburgh. Outside of classwork, Noah is involved in the entrepreneurship community in Pittsburgh and leads the social entrepreneurship organization Enactus at Pitt. Noah is also an analyst for the Socially Responsible Investment Portfolio, a student-run investment fund. He’s an avid traveler, having visited 16 countries, and loves to try new foods both close to home and abroad. Noah hopes to have a career that allows him to learn every day, meet interesting and innovative people, and make a positive impact on a small chunk of the world.

Kyle is studying finance at Temple University. He is involved with the Temple University Owl Fund, a student run value fund with over $600k AUM, as well as the Barron’s in Education program to promote financial literacy. Kyle enjoys spending his free time playing basketball, golfing, and learning to cook. He is a passionate Philadelphia sports fan and loves to reminisce about walking down Broad St. the night the Eagles won the Super Bowl. Kyle is interested in pursuing a career in M&A and is excited to experience the deal process at SEA.

Kyle Wenclawiak

Kyle Wenclawiak

Kyle is studying finance at Temple University. He is involved with the Temple University Owl Fund, a student run value fund with over $600k AUM, as well as the Barron’s in Education program to promote financial literacy. Kyle enjoys spending his free time playing basketball, golfing, and learning to cook. He is a passionate Philadelphia sports fan and loves to reminisce about walking down Broad St. the night the Eagles won the Super Bowl. Kyle is interested in pursuing a career in M&A and is excited to experience the deal process at SEA.

Christian Moran

Christian is transferring from Dickinson College, where he studied quantitative economics, to Vanderbilt University, where he will study economics. At Dickinson, he sprinted on the track team and was a member of the Student Investment Group. A native of Massachusetts, he is a big New England sports fan and loves to watch the Red Sox with his dog Fenway. Christian also enjoys listening to music, watching Marvel movies, working out and eating. He is excited to learn more about investment banking and the M&A process.

2018 Summer Interns

Mike Degen

Mike is currently studying economics at the University of Virginia.  In addition to economics, Mike enjoys studying philosophy and psychology. Mike is involved with the McIntire Investment Institute, a student run fund with over $1m AUM, as well as the Virginia Consulting Group. Outside of the classroom, Mike is a member of Sigma Nu. Mike enjoys spending his free time backpacking, camping, snowboarding, and watching sports. Mike hopes to have a career in M&A where he can help entrepreneurs and companies grow through acquisition.

Norman studies economics and finance at Princeton University. Although Norman is originally from Canada, he grew up in Maryland, and he chose Princeton for its proximity to New Jersey’s best hoagie shop (Hoagie Haven!). Outside of class, he is involved with a pro-bono consulting group, the Sigma Chi Fraternity, and the Cap & Gown eating club. Norman loves to eat, so he compensates by running, playing tennis, and frequently hitting the gym. He’s an avid fan of nonfiction novels and country music, and he thinks The Office is the funniest show of all time. In his next life, Norman would like to be a sitcom writer. He’s thrilled to be interning at SEA and to have the opportunity to experience the M&A process firsthand.

Norman Xiong

Norman Xiong

Norman studies economics and finance at Princeton University. Although Norman is originally from Canada, he grew up in Maryland, and he chose Princeton for its proximity to New Jersey’s best hoagie shop (Hoagie Haven!). Outside of class, he is involved with a pro-bono consulting group, the Sigma Chi Fraternity, and the Cap & Gown eating club. Norman loves to eat, so he compensates by running, playing tennis, and frequently hitting the gym. He’s an avid fan of nonfiction novels and country music, and he thinks The Office is the funniest show of all time. In his next life, Norman would like to be a sitcom writer. He’s thrilled to be interning at SEA and to have the opportunity to experience the M&A process firsthand.

Peter Hissey

Peter is studying Finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He comes to us with a unique background in professional baseball and community engagement in South America. Peter was drafted by the Boston Red Sox out of high school and played seven years in the organization. Toward the end of his playing career, he became involved in mission work in South America, mostly in Ecuador, which is where he eventually met his wife, Grace. Peter is a youth group leader and Sunday school teacher at Grace & Peace Community Church and loves hiking in the Adirondack Mountains, biking, and doing the “Happy Body” exercises. He is interested in pursuing the intersection of finance and community-based programs and is excited to learn more about M&A at SEA.

Rachel is studying Marketing and Media & Creative Advertising at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. Heading to school in the Midwest was quite the change from the East Coast lifestyle, but she adapted quickly and has grown to love the endless cornfields that surround her. On campus, Rachel keeps herself busy by finding the best ice cream shops in town, participating in the American Marketing Association, the IU Club Soccer Team, and Indiana University Dance Marathon, a student led group dedicated to raising money for a local children’s hospital. Rachel has always had a passion to learn more about marketing and working at SEA has brought a great opportunity to see how marketing is an influential component in all fields of business.

Rachel Millstein

Rachel Millstein

Rachel is studying Marketing and Media & Creative Advertising at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. Heading to school in the Midwest was quite the change from the East Coast lifestyle, but she adapted quickly and has grown to love the endless cornfields that surround her. On campus, Rachel keeps herself busy by finding the best ice cream shops in town, participating in the American Marketing Association, the IU Club Soccer Team, and Indiana University Dance Marathon, a student led group dedicated to raising money for a local children’s hospital. Rachel has always had a passion to learn more about marketing and working at SEA has brought a great opportunity to see how marketing is an influential component in all fields of business.

Strategic Exit Advisors is an Investment Bank focused on Mergers and Acquisitions in the Life Sciences and B to B Services sectors. We are located halfway between NYC and Philadelphia.

 

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