Meet our management!

Meet the FIF Management Team!

Females in Finance- Natalie Chen

Natalie Chen

Co-President and Programs Director

Females in Finance- Vivian Lee

Vivian Lee

Co-President and Outreach Director

Genevive Chang

Mentorship Co-director

Shuba Rajagopal

Mentorship Co-director

Charlotte Cohen

Instagram Manager

Urjita Kaishan

Blog Director

Females in Finance- Natalie Chen

Natalie Chen

Co-president, Programs Director

Natalie is a senior at the Ethical Culture Fieldston School and has been with Females in Finance since its founding in 2019. As the co-president and programs director, Natalie oversees the programs, finance curriculum, and management of Females in Finance.

“I grew up in an environment where I always have some interactions with finance. But, when I tried to reach out for more opportunities to expand my knowledge, I did not feel as welcoming as I thought, largely due to gender disparities. I hope that Females in Finance can provide a safe space for young girls to explore their interests in finance and business!”

Females in Finance- Vivian Lee

Vivian Lee

Co-president, Director of Outreach

Vivian is a senior at Ethical Culture Fieldston School and has been with Females in Finance since it's founding in 2019. She is the Co-president and Director of Outreach. Vivian spearheads the organization's outreach efforts, oversees communications and projects, recruits and empowers girls to start FIF branches, and manages the network of FIF community members.

"I've always been passionate about gender equality and helping others find a voice. I joined Females in Finance to engage with new communities, provide resources and opportunities to others, and to bridge the inequality gap when it comes to financial literacy."

Genevive Chang

Mentorship Co-Director

Genevive is a junior at Hunter College High School and has been a part of the Females in Finance management team since Feburary 2021. As the Mentorship Co-Director, she connects and facilitates communication between female finance professionals and girls in the FIF community.

"I joined Females in Finance because I strongly believe that understanding finance and having financial literacy is one of the best ways to help yourself and other people! Considering the lack of representation women have in the financial sector, I wanted to help connect ambitious high school students to passionate mentors to get their proverbial foots in the door. "

Shuba Rajagopal

Mentorship Co-Director

Genevive is a junior at Hunter College High School and has been a part of the Females in Finance management team since Feburary 2021. As the Mentorship Co-Director, she connects and facilitates communication between female finance professionals and girls in the FIF community.

"I joined the FIF management team in February 2021 as the co-director of the mentorship program! I originally joined Females in Finance with my best friend Genevive because I wanted to grow out of my fear of finance and teach both myself and other non-men to be financially literate. Leading the mentorship team along with Genevive is such an honor, because it means I get to connect young non-men to people who can help them thrive. Finance is still a carry male-dominated field, but it means so much to me that I can contribute to the success of the next generation entering!"

Charlotte Cohen

Instagram Manager


Urjita Kaishan

Blog Director

Urjita is a junior at West Windsor Plainsboro High School and has been with Females in Finance since the Spring of 2020. She is the branch leader for the West Windsor Plainsboro High School North branch and the blog director. She helps oversee the FIF blog while recruiting writers and editing their work. Urjita is extremely passionate about Females in Finance–especially in making sure women are well represented in the financial sector.

"In such a male-dominated environment, I want to ensure that girls in our generation can explore business and finance with more ease."