Alex Warfel is a graduate of Marist College. He works as an assistant controller for Fred Beans Auto Group, one of the largest wholesale automotive parts distributors on the East Coast. While at Marist, he took part in the Greystone Fund and worked as a Resident Assistant. Alex enjoys running, reading, music, and working on his car.
Scott Glascott is a Partner and Lead Developer at SnoQap Financial. He studies Computer Science at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was worked with Temple’s Data Science Department to find a new approach to recommendation-driven clinical trial design. He currently oversees algorithm design, database management, and back-end development.
Research & Editorial
Ryan Bresnahan is a sophomore currently enrolled at the University of Delaware with a major in agribusiness with a minor in economics. Ever since taking business classes in high school, he has had an interest in finance, economics, and various business topics. In his articles, he wants to cover many of these issues in hopes of giving a fresh perspective to SnoQap Financial’s readers. In this process, he also hopes to learn new perspectives himself.
Madison Colledge is senior at Marist College studying political science and environmental policy. She has been a member of the Campus Sustainability Advisory Committee all four years of college as well as a sustainability Resident Assistant her sophomore year. She studied abroad in San José, Costa Rica learning about sustainable development and participated in service learning. She is interested in combining political science and government with environmental stewardship and education.
Zachary LaPosta is a rising junior at Fairfield University majoring in finance with a minor in mathematics. This past summer he derived bond ratings for over 2,500 non-profit hospitals. He is also an college ambassador for Chubbies Shorts. Zachary intends to enter the investment industry post graduation and will focus his articles on financial firms, securities and markets.
Andrew Montalti is a senior studying economics and political science at Marist College who joined SnoQap in October of 2016. He currently interns at Northwestern Mutual as a college financial representative and works with individuals to construct comprehensive and holistic financial plans to secure their futures. Andrew previously interned in the House of Commons in the United Kingdom as a Parliamentary Staff Intern where he researched the economic effects of Brexit on coastal communities. This fall Andrew will participate in Marist’s Greystone Fund as a fixed income analyst, while hopefully continuing his internship part-time with Northwestern Mutual.
Andrew Murphy is currently a sophomore enrolled at Boston College in the Carroll School of Management studying finance, accounting, and classics. At school, he is a member of the Eagle Model UN Finance Committee, which manages the funding and sponsorship for Model UN. He also is a part of the running club and is employed as a lifeguard at the Boston College swimming facility. He aspires to a consulting or advisory position within the financial services industry.
Daniel O’Neill is a sophomore international business, finance, and economics major at DeSales University. This past summer, he spent time in Washington DC as a program member with The Fund for American Studies, where he gained valuable public policy experience as an intern at the Mercatus Center. While at Mercatus, he developed a passion for free market economics and how its principles can be used to improve life at home and abroad. Consequently, his articles will be focused on international affairs, public policy, and economics. Daniel hopes to pursue a career in New York City’s financial sector upon graduation.
Sam Szemerenyi is a sophomore at Boston College majoring in economics and minoring in management & leadership, philosophy, and theatre. He is the assistant financial coordinator for the Boston College Dramatics Society and an elected member of the Student Assembly, the legislative branch of Boston College’s student government. He is very interested in politics and is curious to learn more about economics as he progresses with his major
Anders Warfel is currently a student at Lafayette College studying economics and minoring in mechanical engineering. While pursuing his degree he also is a part of the Lafayette football program. Starting in 2015, Anders has worked for a local Automotive Performance shop, learning the ins and outs of the automotive industry on a micro scale. He will be participating on the Formula SAE team at Lafayette his senior year as he completes his degree.
Anna Yurkova is a senior studying political science and international studies at Susquehanna University. She is a recent immigrant from Russia with a primary interest in international affairs. Anna is an active member of student government association and a national service fraternity. With a unique background and experience interning at an immigration law firm, she hopes to bring a fresh and dynamic perspective on international issues that have wide-ranging impacts.