Daniel Banko

Daniel Banko is a senior at Swarthmore College majoring in Economics and minoring in Psychology. He is interested in the field of behavioral economics and improving people’s social and financial well-being. He is a research assistant to Professor Bhanot and a Microeconomics TA in the college’s Economics Department. He also serves as a resident assistant on-campus, works in the college’s ITS Department, and sings as a member of the co-ed a cappella group, Mixed Company. After graduation, he hopes to pursue a PhD in Economics.

Romee Stiekema

Romee Stiekema is a master’s student in the Law & Economics program at Erasmus University in Rotterdam. She graduated from Boston College with degrees in Economics and Philosophy. Romee is originally from Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Molly Moore

Molly Moore is a senior at Harvard College concentrating in Economics with a secondary in Psychology. She is interested in behavioral economics and increasing cooperation, specifically within the field of health. She is also a varsity member of the Harvard-Radcliffe crew team, a USA hopeful for the Paralympics, Calculus teaching fellow, and a Quincy House Food Literacy Project Fellow.

Meghan Kelly

Meghan Kelly is a junior at Swarthmore College, studying Education, Economics, and Sociology. She enjoys examining the intersections of culture, community engagement, and human behavior at both individual and structural levels. Outside the classroom, Meghan can be found running, dancing, assisting students as a Career Peer Advisor, or conversing with friends from Multi, a group for those who identify as multiracial, multiethnic, and/or multicultural.