Eric Siu ’16, President
Eric is from Brooklyn, New York. He is currently studying Economics and Chinese and is interested in startups. On campus he is involved in Dartmouth Broadcasting and Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Society. On Friday afternoons, he can often be found playing soccer on the green.
Joby Bernstein ’17, Editor-in-Chief
Joby is from Larchmont, New York and is interested in studying economics, government, earth sciences, and environmental public policy. On campus, he is a portfolio monitor for the Dartmouth Investment and Philanthropy Program, a distance swimmer on the Dartmouth swim team, and an avid member of the Dartmouth Outing Club. Joby enjoys learning about about business strategy and macroeconomic policy, and especially enjoys writing about the Federal Reserve.
Sonia Robiner ’16, Editor-in-Chief
Sonia is from Minneapolis, Minnesota and is majoring in Economics modified with Psychology. At Dartmouth, she is involved with Dimensions, draws comics for the campus newspaper The Dartmouth, and teaches alpine skiing through the PE Department.
James Hur ’18, Editor
James is from Los Angeles, CA and is studying Economics and Environmental Studies. At Dartmouth, he is an Impact Analyst for Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering, a representative for the Energy Task Force, and the Student Coordinator of the Film Appreciation Living Learning Community. He likes to sleep and learn, sometimes in tandem.
Ray Lu ’18, Editor
Ray is from Austin, TX and plans to major in economics with a minor in public policy. In addition to DBJ, he also writes for the campus newspaper The Dartmouth’s sports section. In his free time, he enjoys working out and soaking up whatever warm weather he can get.
Emily Ma ’18, Treasurer and Head of Design
Jiarui Wang ’18, Director of Technology
Jiarui 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 peer tutor for math. In his free time he enjoys hiking the many trails around campus and volunteering at the Dartmouth Organic Farm.
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.