Our Young Leaders will sustain CSF in the coming years. Whether organizing popular fundraising events or volunteer activities with CSF Scholars, they are CSF’s next generation of leaders.
The following individuals currently serve on the Young Leaders Board:

Daniel Aguirre, BNY Mellon
University of Florida
Nicky Aimcharoen, Pretium Partners LLC
University of Rochester
Victor Bach, CPPIB
New York University
Nicoline Bergsma
Marymount Manhattan College
Will Biggar, PIMCO
Colgate University
Colin Campbell, Oliver Wyman
Northwestern University
Don & Erica Castle
Colgate University
William Choi, HIG Capital
Northwestern University
Melanie Coffin, FactSet
Lafayette College
Rory Cunnane, MBA Candidate at Columbia University
Bucknell University
Josue DePaz, Gerson Lehrman Group
Santa Clara University
Bennie DeSalvo, The Coca-Cola Company
University of Richmond
Samantha Englert, Triptease
University of South Florida
Eric Ferson, Marsh & McLennan Companies
Bucknell University
Jerry Gao, Palladium Equity Partners
University of Iowa 
Tyler Gordon, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
University of Maryland
Oneica Greaves, Citigroup
Harvard Business School
Priscilla Habeeb Sankar, Morgan Stanley
Pace University
Kevin Heller, Point72 Asset Management
Amherst College
Rachna Jain, BNP Paribas
New York University
Janet Jin, JP Morgan
Harvard Business School
Amit Joshi, Forensiq
Cornell University
David Ko, Goldman Sachs
Cornell University
Katya Leibholz, Heart for Art Institute
St. Andrews University
Anni Li, Protiviti Inc.
Western University – Ivey School of Business
Alice Liao, TIAA
Western University – Ivey School of Business
Hansel Lopez, Time Inc.
Cornell University

Steven Mages, PIMCO
Vassar College
Michael McGuiness, Chatham Asset Management
Wake Forest University
Andres Menocal, JP Morgan
University of Miami
Jacqueline Palma, ING Capital LLC
Vassar College
Raymond Pang, Digital Bridge Holdings
Washington University in St. Louis – Olin Business School
Dan Parolin, JP Morgan
Villanova University
Michael Pastrich, Standard & Poor’s
New York University Business School
Roshan Patel, Trillium Trading
Vanderbilt University & The George Washington University
Katelyn Pior, Meltwater
Pepperdine University
Cathey Price, Meltwater
College of Charleston
Russell Reed, Notre Dame Law School
Colgate University
Hugo Rodrigues, MBA Candidate at Harvard Business School
New York University
Andrew Sagon, Willis Towers Watson
Syracuse University
Alexandra Salavitch, Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation
Kings College
Maria Samuel, Goldman Sachs
Georgia Tech
Prachi Shah, First data
Rutgers University
Matthew Stromecki, JP Morgan
Cornell University
Deek Velagandula, LiveNation
Northwestern University
Julianne Voll, Metropolitan Building Services
New York University
Jason Weber, OpenInfluence
Pepperdine University
Lizzy Welch, FactSet
Lafayette College
Schuyler Yost, Founder of Oxeon Investments LLC
Colgate University
Dan Yu, Sterling Investment Partners
Wake Forest University
Liliana Zapata, FullScreen Media
Hunter College
Samantha Zeiss, CSM Advisory Group
Dartmouth College

Spotlight on Young Leaders Board Member Priscilla Habeeb Sankar

Hometown:  Baldwin Harbor, NY
Alma Mater:  Pace University
Industry:  Financial Services
Hobbies:  Traveling, cooking different cuisines, reading Caribbean/South Asian non-fiction
Fun Fact: I have a four-year-old Puggle named Prince. Prince is my first pet, ever!
How did you get involved with Children’s Scholarship Fund and the Young Leaders Board?
Over the years, I have been involved in a number of organizations. While researching different organizations, I was looking to make a more impactful contribution to the community. When I stumbled across CSF (via VolunteerMatch), I found the mission to be a perfect intersection of promoting educational values for high-performing, low-income students. Education is a cause that I am very passionate about, specifically for diverse, underprivileged children.
Why is education important to you?
As a daughter of immigrants, I have come to appreciate how families may struggle to provide education to their children in what seems to be a very complicated system. My parents worked tirelessly to provide best-in-class education for me and my brother.  Like many of the CSF students, achieving excellence in education has always been a priority in my household.
What is your favorite part of being involved with CSF and the Young Leaders?
The Young Leaders at CSF are able to get involved at every level of strategic planning. There is no boundary on how we engage with the CSF staff and schools. It is important to understand the field work before championing a cause, and CSF allows their members to do just that!

Get Involved

To get involved with the Young Leaders, contact Jane Lee by email or by phone at (212) 515-7115.
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