The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH
Graduation Date: May •••••
Degree: Bachelor of Arts
Double Major: Economics, Mathematics GPA: •••••
Previous Coursework: Applied Regression, Economic Development, Financial Accounting, Game Theory, Monetary Economics, Multivariate Calculus, Operations Research, Probability & Stats, Public Finance, Real Analysis
Honors: Academic Achievement Scholarship, Deans List.
Senior Independent Study (Fall ••••• Present)
Mathematics & Economics, Economic Benefits of Foot-voting: Game Theoretic Approach
Year-long study conducted under the supervision of two faculty advisors.
Attempting to model the strategic interaction between the state and citizens based on Hirschmans Exit-Voice-Loyalty model, and to explain the models impact on economic growth.
End goal: Research paper with •••••+ pages and oral defense of the paper.
Junior Independent Study (Spring •••••)
Economics, Impact of Income Inequality on Burmas Economic Growth
Semester-long study conducted under the supervision of a faculty advisor.
Analyzed the effects of unequal distribution of income using the Solow growth model, Keyness consumption function, and the Kuznets inverted-U curve.
Developed a •••••page research paper drawing from eight sources.
Consulting Team Leader Social Entrepreneurship, College of Wooster, OH (Spring •••••)
Purpose: To develop a business plan for the Information Technology (IT) department to establish an electronic waste management program.
Team included four students and one advisor.
Kept the team on track and ensured that the deadlines are met.
Communicated weekly with the Executive Director of the IT.
Presented the developed business plan to the six-member board of IT.
Consultant Applied Mathematics Research Experience, College of Wooster, OH (Summer •••••)
Purpose: To evaluate credit-based insurance models of Progressive Insurance.
Team included three students and one faculty advisor.
Conducted mathematical analysis of the credit models. Made recommendations for improvement.
Coded in Excel using VBA. Created a programmers manual for further development.
Communicated daily with the Direct Competitive Intelligence Manager of Progressive.
Presented a formal report of results to the upper-level management.
Completed the project well in advance of deadlines.
Resident Assistant Office of Resident Life, College of Wooster, OH (Fall ••••• Present)
Trained in mediation, negotiation, and conflict management.
Responsible for ••••• students each year. Enforced college policies and planned monthly programs.
Burmese Ambassador Ambassadors Program, College of Wooster, OH (•••••)
Selected as one of the five ambassadors through a competitive process to represent my home country.
Awarded a grant to travel to Burma to carry out research and collect artifacts.
Carried out more than ••••• presentations to college and high-school students, and various community groups.
Hans H. Jenny Investment Club, Trustee (•••••)
International Student Association, Vice President (•••••)
Campus Council, Charter Committee Chair (•••••)
Myanmar Debate Society, Debater (•••••)
Marie Stopes International Myanmar, Peer Educator (HIV/AIDS) (•••••)
Shotokan Karate-Do International Myanmar, Black-belt holder (•••••)
analyst, research, consultant