Women in Economics

The primary focus of Women in Economics is to empower women by increasing their representation at all levels in Economics, while fostering connections within the Ohio State community and beyond. We strive for the professional development of women in Economics through hosting speakers and encouraging active discussion for our members, as well as coordinating outreach events of service, education, and leadership.
Women in Economics is always open to new members from all areas of study.
Meetings are held every Monday at 7PM.
Previous meetings have included:

  • Resume and cover letter workshop with career services coordinator, Tracy Hanson.
  • Economics alumni panel of successful women from different professions.
  • Microsoft Excel workshop conducted by an Economics alumnus and professional working in the field of Data Analysis. Members learn functions such as VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP, and pivot tables.
  • Social event of ‘Speed Dating.’ A structured opportunity for members to meet and connect with each other.


Executive Board Members

Emma Lucas

Emma Lucas

Emma is a fourth-year economics major with a minor in professional writing. She serves as VP of Women in Economics, responsible for coordinating the group’s fundraising and philanthropic efforts. In addition to WiE, Emma is a member of the business and economics fraternity, Phi Chi Theta, serving as a member of the philanthropy committee and as a pledge mentor. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, cooking, and watching sports.  She plans to attend law school after graduation and aspires to enter a career that allows her to serve others in some capacity.

Julia Uhler

Julia Uhler
 
Julia is a third-year student with a double major in Economics and International Studies with a minor in Russian. She is interested in a career in law or development economics.

Clara Nicholas

Clara is the Director of Communications and Social Media for the Women in Economics. She is a second-year student pursuing a double major in economics and computer science and engineering. In her free time, she likes trying new restaurants and learning about makeup. She hopes to pursue a career in technology.

Chloe Goodman

Chloe Goodman

Chloe is a third year with a double major in Economics and French. She serves as the Student Consultant for Women in Economics, a club she helped form with advisor Tracy Hanson. In addition to WIE, Chloe is involved in Omicron Delta Epsilon the economic honor society and Cafe Plus the school French club. After graduation she hopes to work abroad in International Business or possibly attend law school.

Meetings

Monday evenings at 7PM, For additional information or to be added to the mailing list, please contact Clara Nicholas (.102).  Membership is open and anyone can attend a meeting and become a member if they choose to do so!


Article l - Name, Purpose, and Non-Discrimination Policy of the Organization.
 
I.c. Non-Discrimination Policy: Women in Economics does not discriminate on the basis of age, ancestry, color, disability, gender identity or expression, genetic information, HIV/AIDS status, military status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or any other bases under the law, in its activities, programs, admission, and employment. As a student organization at The Ohio State University, Women in Economics expects its members to conduct themselves in a manner that maintains an environment free from sexual misconduct.
 

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