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WSV is run by a team of dedicated young professionals.

Executive Team
Josh Tarasoff. Josh runs Greenlea Lane Capital, a value-oriented hedge fund based in New York City. Previously, he founded Wall Street Volunteers and served as its Executive Director for two years. Josh began his career as a financial analyst at Goldman, Sachs & Co. Josh has a BA in philosophy from Duke University and an MBA from Columbia Business School.

Jessica Binder. Jessica Binder is an Associate in the Investment Research Department at Goldman Sachs, focusing on Portfolio Strategy. In New York, she is active with the Jewish Heritage Programs (JHP) and previously volunteered at God's Love We Deliver. Jessica graduated magna cum laude from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2003 with dual concentrations in Finance and Decision Processes. Jessica received her CFA charter in June 2006.

Jennifer Farrelly. Jenny is an Associate in Equity Research at Ryan Beck & Company, where she focuses on product marketing. Previously, she worked at Citigroup Investment Research on the global equity research product team. Jenny is an active volunteer with New York Road Runners Foundation and with Volunteer Guardianship. She graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2004, with a degree in International Relations.

Jordan Fox. Jordan works in the Finance and Analysis division of HBO, Inc. Previously, he was Director of Finance at ContentFilm, an independent film production company. He began his career as a media analyst at Goldman, Sachs & Co. Jordan graduated cum laude from Harvard College in 2001, with a degree in English Language and Literature.

Katie Schottenstein. Katie is a real estate Portfolio Management Associate at Tishman Speyer. Previously, she worked in REIT Equity Research at Citigroup, focusing on office REITs. Katie has also worked as an analyst at JPMorgan Asset Management, where she headed the Analyst Volunteer Committee, and began an ongoing pen pal program with a New York public middle school. Katie has participated in many volunteering events and served on a number of non-profit boards, including: The Doe Fund, AFTAM, and Friends of Hudson River Park. Katie graduated from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2003, with a concentration in Finance.

Peyton Sherwood. Peyton works in technology at D. E. Shaw & Co., where some of his responsibilities include special technology projects for the CEO. Peyton has previously run a non-profit summer stock theater company and an IT consulting business. He graduated from Harvard College in 2004 with a degree in Computer Science.

Brad Thomas. Brad is a Senior Equity Research Analyst at Lehman Brothers covering the Retail Specialty Stores sector. Brad joined Lehman Brothers in 2001 as an Associate on the Institutional Investor-ranked Retail Hardlines team. In 2006, he assumed his own coverage of the Retail Specialty Stores universe, which includes companies in the Office Supply, Craft & Hobby, and Auto Retailing sectors. Brad has been a Director of Wall Street Volunteers since 2004 and a member of the WSV Executive Team since its formation in June, 2005. He is a member of the Advisory Board of Greenwich House, Inc. and is also a founding member of the CityKids Foundation’s Private Sector Partners initiative. Brad graduated from Duke University in 2001, with a B.S. in Economics and a Minor in History. Brad is also a CFA charterholder.

David Zhang. David is a Project Manager at Limited Brands and works on new product development for Bath & Body Works and Victoria’s Secret Beauty. He began his career as a consultant at Bain & Company, where he developed corporate strategy for clients in retail, consumer products, technology, financial services, and private equity. He has also done extensive pro bono work, advising a variety of nonprofits on organizational strategy. David graduated from Harvard College in 2003 with a degree in Economics.

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