Michelle Wong is a student in the School of Arts & Sciences - Rutgers Business School Honors Program majoring in Supply Chain & Marketing Science and Political Science. Michelle is currently working as a Supply Chain Data Management co-op at Johnson & Johnson where she supports portfolio management and other data services in addition to organizing community events for her role as Credo Chair in the Intern & Co-op Association. In the past, she has worked as an Aresty Research Assistant for an organizational ethics case study of the Volkswagen Emissions Scandal under Professor Christopher Castille, a legal secretary for the Law Offices of Wong, Wong & Associates, and a legislative intern for New Jersey State Senator Linda Greenstein. On campus, Michelle is an SAS Honors Ambassador and is also involved with Rutgers GenUN, serving as the chapter’s UNA-USA Liaison. This past year, she has attended the UNA-USA Global Engagement Summit as well the UNA-USA Leadership Summit in an effort to help drive advocacy for the UN in America. In the future, Michelle hopes to pursue graduate studies in International Relations and work in humanitarian supply chain in both the private and public sectors.
- Alum: Michelle Wong