Christine Botvinnik is a student in the Rutgers Honors College, majoring in Finance and Economics and minoring in Political Science. She is currently a member of the Rutgers University Mock Trial Association, where she serves on the executive board, was a Team Captain, and now competes on the A Team. Additionally, Christine is the Vice Chair of the RUSA Allocations Board and a Peer Instructor in the Aresty Research Center. Through Aresty, she had also served as a Research Assistant to Professor Mark Killingsworth in the Economics Department, statistically analyzing factors that go into the pay of public university presidents. This summer, Christine worked at S&P Global in the Content Acquisition group, analyzing market data contracts and putting together budgets for the various divisions at the company. A member of the Road to Wall Street program, she hopes to pursue a career in the financial services industry or attend law school following graduation. She is excited to join the other Lloyd C. Gardner Fellows in learning about and debating global issues.
- Research Topic: Effect of the Catalan Secession from Spain on Equity Markets