The Boehly Center is proud to offer fellowships to some of its most promising students and alumni. The semester-long Post-Baccalaureate Fellowships and Undergraduate Fellowships provide valuable insight ‘behind the scenes’ of Boehly Center operations and allow students and alumni to engage with students, faculty and staff through specialized projects at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business.

Boehly Center Fellows

ANDREW MEADOWS ’19
BBA Finance, Economics Minor
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Spring 2019
Center Focus: Financial Literacy Program

As a Finance major and Economics minor, Andrew served as a Vice President of the Finance Academy and Pledge Educator for the Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity. He will be working on the Financial Literacy Program and building out educational materials for students interested in finance during his fellowship. Andrew interned with EY’s Financial Services Office in their business advisory group in 2017, and Morgan Stanley’s Corporate M&A and Strategy team in 2018. He will return to Morgan Stanley full-time in July 2019.

ELIZA McKENNEY ’19
BBA Finance, Psychology Major
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Spring 2019
Center Focus: Women’s Stock Pitch and Leadership Summit

Eliza graduated in January of 2019 as a double major in Finance and Psychology with plans to go into litigation consulting after graduation. As a Boehly Fellow, Eliza will be working on the Women’s Stock Pitch and Leadership Summit in its fourth year of operation. Outside of academics and career goals, Eliza is heavily involved in Camp Kesem, an organization on campus that serves children affected by a parent’s cancer by providing a free, week-long summer camp and year-round support. She serves as a co-director of Camp Kesem and has served this population for four years through this organization.

EMILY MARTIN ’18
BA Government, Organization Leadership and Management Minor
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Spring 2018
Center Focus: Women’s Stock Pitch and Leadership Summit

As a Government major and Organizational Leadership and Management minor, Emily was a financial research associate in Smart Woman Securities, Panhellenic delegate for Kappa Kappa Gamma, and held a part-time job at the Student Recreation Center as a climbing wall attendant and ropes course facilitator. Emily worked for the United States Army’s Training and Doctrine Command as a summer national security intern, which resulted in her research being published in Military Review, the US Army’s premier publication. She also spent a summer interning at the local district office of her Congressman, in addition to studying abroad in Florence, Italy.  Emily worked for the Boehly Center as the student-facing logistics coordinator for the 3rd annual William and Mary Women’s Stock Pitch and Leadership Summit. Following her fellowship, she started her career as a Community Associate at Lyft in Richmond, Virginia.

CONNOR MATUSZEWSKI ’18
BA International Relations, Finance Major
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Spring 2018
Center Focus: Financial Wellness Program

Connor Matuszewski served as a Boehly Fellow at William & Mary’s Mason School of Business, responsible for the Financial Wellness program. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BA in International Relations and Finance from William & Mary in January, 2018. After completing his Fellowship, Connor was selected to join the Marine Corps Officer Candidate School and was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the USMC.

AUDREY LINTNER ’17
BS Applied Mathematics, Marketing Minor
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Fall 2017
Center Focus: Women’s Stock Pitch & Leadership Summit

A 2017 graduate of William & Mary, Audrey majored in Applied Mathematics with a concentration in statistics and a minor in marketing.  During her time at William & Mary, Audrey studied abroad in England at The University of Cambridge and was a member of a social sorority. She has interned with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation in their marketing department assisting them with consumer analytics and social media. Throughout her fellowship, Audrey worked on marketing for the 3rd Annual Women’s Stock Pitch & Leadership Summit.

CONOR KEEVEY

CONOR KEEVEY ’17
BBA Finance, Mathematics Minor
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Spring 2017
Center Focus: Financial Literacy Program

As a Finance major and Mathematics minor, Conor was President of the Financial Modeling Club, a VP of Finance Academy, Treasurer of his social fraternity, Teaching Assistant for the Batten Fund and an Orientation Aide while at William & Mary. In addition to his activities on campus, Conor interned in the Investment Banking Division at J.P. Morgan, the Surety Group at Transatlantic Reinsurance and at Slingshot Insights, a FinTech startup. Upon graduation, Conor worked on creating a Financial Literacy Program with the Boehly Center, after which he began his career as an Investment Banking analyst at J.P. Morgan in the Leveraged Finance group.

BRITTANY PECK

BRITTANY PECK ’17
BBA Finance, Public Health Minor
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Spring 2017
Center Focus: Women’s Leadership Summit

Brittany graduated in December 2016 as a Finance Major and Public Health minor. On campus, she was a co-founder and President of the W&M chapter of Smart Woman Securities as well as a Vice President and Recruitment Chair of her social sorority. As a fellow, she helped  plan and implement the second annual Women’s Stock Pitch and Leadership Summit. Brittany was an analyst at J.P. Morgan on their Finance Analytics team in the summer of 2016 and an analyst at Wells Fargo New England Commercial Bank in the summer of 2015. After her fellowship, she joined Microsoft full-time as a project manager in Seattle, WA.

LAURA BROWN

LAURA BROWN ’16
BBA Marketing, Business Analytics Concentration
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Fall 2016
Center Focus: Marketing

Laura graduated from the College in 2016 with a BBA in Marketing and a concentration in Business Analytics. While on campus, she participated in an a Capella group, studied Chinese language, became involved with the Williamsburg yoga community and began participating in the William & Mary Integrative Wellness Center Building Committee where she still serves as a member. Laura is self-taught in graphic design and enjoys combining her marketing skills with her passion for relationship-building to make positive differences through her work. Following her Fellowship, Laura assumed the role of Development Specialist in the Raymond A. Mason School of Business in October 2016, and is now Assistant Director of Alumni Programs and Special Events for University Advancement.

ABBEY DOSKY

ABBEY DOSKI ’16
BBA Finance, Psychology Minor
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Spring 2016
Center Focus: Women’s Leadership Summit

Abbey’s commitment to the development and implementation of the inaugural Women’s Stock Pitch and Leadership Summit was crucial to its success in March 2016. A Finance major and Psychology minor, Abbey was President of Women in Business, a VP of Finance Academy, a tour guide and a member of the club volleyball team before graduating a semester early. In the summer of 2015, Abbey interned with Accenture Management Consulting, where she worked on a digital transformation project in Charlotte, NC. Prior to this, Abbey interned at Diamond Hill Capital Management, a long-term asset management company located in Columbus, OH. Abbey joined Bain & Company full-time as an Associate Consultant starting in July 2016.

NIC GREER

NIC GREER ’16
BBA Finance, Economics Minor
Distinguish Program Undergraduate Fellow
Fall 2015
Center Focus: Distinguish Finance Program

Nic was the teaching assistant for the elective course Special Topics: Financial Services, a course covering the insurance, banking and asset management businesses. He also served as an Undergraduate Fellow at the Boehly Center, where he helped students in the Distinguish Finance Program as they progressed through their studies in the Raymond A. Mason School of Business. Nic was a summer analyst at Houlihan Lokey’s Financial Restructuring Group and joined them full time in 2016.

LYNN NAKAMURA

LYNN NAKAMURA ’15
BBA Marketing, French & Francophone Studies Major
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Fall 2015
Center Focus: Marketing

During her senior year, Lynn served as the Director of Humans of William & Mary, Undersecretary of Multicultural affairs, the Director of Media for &MUN III (the International Relations Club’s collegiate conference) and the Logistics Co-Chair for TEDxWilliamandMary. Lynn has worked in the Swem Media Center and in the Raymond A. Mason Undergraduate BBA Office. She has also served two terms on the Undergraduate Honor Council. She is a freelance photographer and graphic designer, and a co-founder of The Cove Project. In the summer of 2015, Lynn spent time at the Martin Agency as an Art Director for her team during the Student Workshop as well as at Seeds of Peace in Maine where she was a counselor. There, she worked with teens from America and from various conflict regions around the world. In 2016, Lynn began a two-year Master’s program at VCU’s Brandcenter, where she continued to develop her skills as an Art Director.

MEGAN WOODWARD

MEGAN WOODWARD ’15
BA Economics, Finance Minor
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Spring 2015
Center Focus: Summer 2015 Inaugural Singapore International Finance Program

Megan took full advantage of all William & Mary has to offer and continues to draw on the skills she honed with the help of the Boehly Center. As an Economics major/Finance minor, Megan served as Public Policy Club President, Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity Secretary and Ballroom Dance Club Vice President as well as a member of Finance Academy and multiple honors societies. During her junior year, Megan participated in the William & Mary in Washington Program and studied abroad at Queen Mary University of London, focusing on international finance and development. Beyond academia, Megan worked for the Department of Commerce/International Trade Administration, Department of Defense, NASA Langley Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Development Gateway/OpenGov Hub, Congressional Peninsula District Office (VA-01) and two private law firms. Megan graduated Cum Laude one semester early and accepted the Boehly Center Fellowship to assist in the summer of 2015 Singapore International Finance Program.  Following her Fellowship, Megan attended Vanderbilt Law School on a Dean’s Scholarship where she studied international trade law.

GEORGE RUDEBUSCH

GEORGE RUDEBUSCH ’16
BA Philosophy, Finance Major
Undergraduate Fellow Summer 2014
Center Focus: Online Course Development and Website

Through his experiences on and off campus, George exemplifies the independence and drive the Boehly Center celebrates. A Finance and Philosophy double major, George was Howard J. Busbee Finance Academy President in 2015. George has completed extensive research, first through a Monroe Research Project on microfinance portfolio securitization in developing economies under the supervision of Prof. Katherine Guthrie, then through serving as a Research Assistant for Prof. Vladimir Atanasov to investigate case characteristics influencing choice of forum in venture capital litigation. In addition to becoming the first Boehly Center Summer Fellow, George has served as a Research & Policy Assistant at the National Assembly for Wales, as well as an intern for Deutsche Bank, Investment Banking Division, for Morgan Stanley, Global Wealth Management Division and for Slingshot Insights, a financial services research startup co-founded by William & Mary alumni. In 2016, George entered the joint JD/MPP program at the University of Virginia.

ELENA PAINTER

ELENA PAINTER ’14
BBA Finance, Economics Minor
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Spring 2014
Center Focus: Center Launch, Graphic Design, Alumni Profiles, Center Launch Research

Elena Painter knows what it means to be a game-changer, and her work through the Boehly Center has left a lasting impact at the College. During her time at William & Mary, Elena served as the Finance Academy President, Treasurer of her social sorority and Facility Supervisor at the Student Recreation Center. She spent her summers as a Federal Financial Analyst at IBM and as a Summer Analyst in the Investment Banking Division at Goldman Sachs. Upon graduating from William & Mary in January 2014 with a Finance major and an Economics minor, she served as the first Post-Baccalaureate Fellow at the Boehly Center. Elena began her career as an Investment Banking analyst at Goldman Sachs in the Technology, Media and Telecom group based in San Francisco, and is currently a Business Operations Associate with Gainsight in the Bay Area.