All posts by Christina Ng

This will be my third term with EconSoc and I am absolutely grateful for all the long lasting friends, connections and faulty that I've met and worked with. Our society focuses on academics and networking, but we certainly do not forget the social aspect! Feel free to give us an email if you have any questions! Good luck on your term!

Jay Crone

I had the opportunity to chat on the phone with one of the most interesting economics graduates in Canada.  His name is Jay Crone, he’s the founder of BreakingBayStreet (BBS), which is a hub for aspiring young finance professionals in Canada.  Along with his personal friend, Josh Emberson, the duo runs Canada’s only website that teaches young aspiring finance professionals how to break into the industry.

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Tamara Niesen

Q: What is one thing you miss about university?
A: I cannot say just one thing… Bomber, wearing sweatpants almost every day, and cramming late into the night with my classmates (I know, crazy to miss that, but something to be said about the camaraderie and supporting each other!)

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Tulu Makonnen

Tulu Makonnen had a unique academic history before coming to the University of Waterloo to pursue his degree in Economics. With an undergraduate degree in Science, he ended up with internal business roles and found that he needed more exposure to business in order to further his career.

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