Wharton Representatives are elected from all Wharton students in the spring for a yearlong term.
Nile Nwogu is a sophomore in the Wharton School interested in concentrating in Finance and Business Economics & Public Policy and minoring in French. Originally from Nigeria, he has lived in Canada, New York, and grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He is excited to be serving Wharton students and this year is especially interested in issues affecting Wharton's curriculum review and the overall academic experience. Outside of student government, he is a Public Policy Research Scholar and is active in the Wharton Public Policy Initiative, Wharton Investment & Trading Group, and Penn's political community. In his free time, he loves playing tennis, playing the violin, traveling, and going out with friends.
Samantha Shea is a Junior in the Wharton School concentrating in Finance and Legal Studies. This is Samantha second year on the UA, and she will be serving as the Director Student Life Committee. Her committee is committed to serving the needs of the entire undergraduate body when it comes to anything student life related, and that is just about everything. On top of being director, Samantha will be serving on external boards to build relationships with administrators and have the students’ voices heard; she will be serving on the University Council Campus and Community Life Board, The Student Financial Services Advisory Board, The Student Health Insurance Advisory Committee, and the Penn Rec. Advisory Board. Please contact Samantha if you have any ideas for policies or would like to see something worked on. As a native New Jerseyan , she loves to talk, so contact Samantha if you would like a study buddy, gym buddy, food buddy, or a coffee buddy! Samantha’s email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Maria is a freshman in the Huntsman Program.
Julianne Goodman is a junior in the Wharton School concentrating in Finance and in the College studying Economics. As a third generation Penn student, she feels committed to giving back and serving the Penn community. Outside of student government, she is the Editor in Chief of Penn Sustainability Review, an Econ 002 TA, and active in Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity and College Republicans. In her free time, Julianne enjoys meeting new people, traveling, attending speaker events, and spending time with friends.