Wharton Representatives are elected from all Wharton students in the spring for a yearlong term.
Maria Curry is a rising Sophomore in the Huntsman Program in Business and International Relations, and she plans to Concentrate in Finance and Minor in Spanish and the History and Sociology of Science. She is originally from Peachtree City, Georgia, a suburb outside of Atlanta, and is excited to continue for her second year on the UA as Wharton Chair after her first year as an Associate Member. In addition to Student Government, Maria enjoys participating in Wharton Cohorts, Black Wharton Undergraduate Association, PennDemocrats, and other community service opportunities on campus. In her spare time, Maria enjoys attending NBA games and popular concerts in the city
Julianne Goodman is a senior in the Wharton School concentrating in Finance and in the College studying Economics. She serves as a the Academic Initiative Committee Director for the Undergraduate Assembly. Outside of student government, she is a teaching assistant for Economics 002, the former Editor in Chief of Penn Sustainability Review, 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.
Nile Nwogu is a junior in the Wharton School concentrating in Finance and Global Analysis, minoring in French, and is a Public Policy Research Scholar. His family is originally from Nigeria, and 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 interested in moving forward post-Wharton's curriculum review and innovating the overall academic experience. Outside of student government, he leads the Public Policy Initiative Student Group, the American Enterprise Institute's Executive Council and is involved in an investment group and Penn's political community. In his free time, he loves reading, traveling, playing tennis and going out with friends
Samantha is a senior in Wharton studying Finance, Legal Studies, and Real Estate. She currently serves as the UA Treasurer and is responsible for allocating money to all the branches of student government and other student organizations. She previously served as the UA's Student Life Committee Director and has been a liaison to numerous external committees, such as The Student Health Insurance Advisory Committee and The Student Financial Services Advisory Board. Samantha is originally from New Jersey. If you have any questions or want to grab a coffee, reach out to Samantha at Treasurer@pennua.org.