Nina Rubenstein ’21 is an economics major from Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey. She has minors in political science and German studies.
On campus, Nina works as a tour guide for the Admissions Office and serves as secretary for Habitat for Humanity. Additionally, she volunteers through the Center for Public Service as a tutor for English Second Language classes and at the Center for Aging. Previously, Nina participated in the Eisenhower Institute’s Inside Civil Rights and Women and Leadership programs. Through these programs, Nina was able to study marginalized groups and the roots of discrimination within our country.
During the fall semester of Nina’s junior year, she studied abroad in Freiburg, Germany. While there, she studied German and economics. During the summer of 2020, she was a summer analyst for the private equity investment firm, Cordatus Capital.
Upon graduation, Nina will be an analyst in Becton, Dickinson and Company’s finance leadership development program.