Heeju Kim ’19, President
Heeju is from Toronto, Canada and is studying government, philosophy, and French. Outside of the Journal, she is the student director for PR at the Tucker Center, the treasurer for the powerlifting team and the co-director of the advertising staff at The Dartmouth. In her spare time, she’s currently working through all episodes of The Twilight Zone.
Jonathan Song ’20, Editor-in-Chief
Jonathan is a ’20 from New Jersey. He is pursuing a major in Economics, as well as a modified major between Computer Science and Linguistics. He is particularly interested in macroeconomic policy and machine learning. Outside of writing for the Dartmouth Business Journal, he is a member of the Investment Committee of the Dartmouth Investment Philanthropy Program. In his free time, Jon enjoys whitewater kayaking, playing tennis, and classic rock music.
Jackson Baur ’20, Vice President of Operations
Jackson is from Houston, TX and plans to major in economics and earth sciences. In addition to the DBJ, he also runs a furniture rental company, manages a laundry delivery service he started and sits on the investment committee for the school’s investment club. He has recently become an Astros fan.
Deborah Rheem ’19, Vice President of Finance
Deborah is from North Potomac, MD and plans to major in economics and biology. At Dartmouth, she is part of Cancer and Patient Outreach Services. In her free time, she likes to Netflix and go canoeing with friends.
Liz Michel ’19, Co-Head of Design
Liz is from Warrington, PA, and hopes to double major in Economics and Mathematics. In addition to DBJ, he is a committee director for Dartmouth’s Model UN conference, a member of the Dartmouth Financial Society, and a tutor for math. In his free time he enjoys hiking the many trails around campus and volunteering at the Dartmouth Organic Farm.
Sera Tuz ’19, Co-Head of Design
Sera is from Dallas, Texas and is studying engineering at Dartmouth. In addition to her design work with the DBJ, she also does design for the Rockefeller Center, is a campus tour guide, and mentors students in the Upper Valley. In her free time, she enjoys hiking and cooking.
Professor Lawrence Kreicher
Professor Kreicher comes to Dartmouth after teaching at NYU’s Stern Business School, Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business, and Pace University. Previously, he spent twenty years on Wall Street as an economist, strategist, and research director. His areas of interest include global macroeconomics, international banking, and financial markets. He has an A.B. in applied mathematics and a Ph.D. in economics, both from Harvard.