CAA EXECUTIVE BOARD
Kimberly Rivera Cotto
Kimberly is a junior from Guatemala City, living in Syracuse, and concentrating in accounting. Outside of the CAA, she is the president of personal finance club Common Cents and a member of the Central American Association at Cornell. Last summer she began working at Cornell’s audit office, this summer she’ll be working in the diversified tax department at EY, and next fall she’ll be head TA for Financial Accounting. She also volunteers as a Cornell Tradition Fellow and is pursuing a fashion design minor for fun. In her free time, she enjoys painting, cooking, and dancing.
Jenny is a sophomore from New York, New York who is concentrating on accounting. With a background in research, Jenny is interested in the intersection of science, law, and business. Outside of CAA, Jenny is involved in Smart Women Securities and Cornell Guild of Visual Arts. In her free time, Jenny loves to learn languages, play instruments, and paint portraits.
Chris is a junior from Berkeley Heights, NJ studying Applied Economics and Management with concentrations in Finance and Accounting. He joined CAA in the Fall of 2022 and currently serves as Secretary on the Executive Board. This past summer he interned as an Investment Banking Summer Analyst at Goldman Sachs within the Cross Markets Group; he will be returning there for Summer 2023. Within other on-campus finance organizations, Chris is Co-President of the Student Activities Funding Commission, Vice President of New Member Education of the Cornell Investment Banking Club, and TMT Fund Manager plus Finance Chair of the Cornell Hedge Fund. Outside of finance organizations, Chris works as an Assistant Student Librarian at Olin & Uris Libraries, volunteers as a Cornell Tradition Fellow, educates as a Teaching Assistant for AEM 2225 Financial Accounting, and plays Running Back as a part of the Varsity Sprint Football team. In his free time, Chris enjoys playing the ukulele, watching the Baltimore Ravens, and playing poker with friends.
VP of Graduate Student Relations
Joshua is a graduate student in the Master's of Accounting program at the Johnson School. He is the President of the joint student council for the Master's of Accounting and Master's of Management program at Cornell, which represents 160 graduate students. He is also currently working part-time for PwC Deals, which he will return to full-time after graduation. In his free time, Joshua enjoys visiting wineries, watching sports, and traveling.