If you have questions about the Tuck Diversity Conference or the school in general, please contact us. Please also feel free to contact our rising second-year student conference co-chairs listed below.
Titi is originally from Nigeria, where she completed her B.Sc. in Accounting and earned her Chartered Accountancy (ACA) qualification. Prior to Tuck, Titi worked with the transaction advisory practices of PwC Nigeria and EY Ireland. Over the summer, she will be interning with the Investment Banking division of Morgan Stanley in New York. At Tuck, she serves as a Director of the Tuck Social Venture Fund and a Finance Club Co-Chair. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, exploring new and old travel destinations, and capturing nature and moments. She also actively volunteers for educational causes.
Her experiences of relocating from Nigeria to work in Europe, and currently pursuing her MBA program in the United States, have heightened her awareness of personal identity. These experiences have also reinforced her determination to embrace and showcase her uniqueness. She strives to bring her whole self to every endeavor while keeping an open mind to engage with and learn from others at Tuck and beyond.
Olakunle, from Lagos, Nigeria, is fueled by a passion for using technology and capital to address challenges in underserved communities. With prior experience in financial services and corporate strategy within Africa's Tech ecosystem, he brings a unique perspective. This summer, Olakunle joins a New York-based Venture Capital firm dedicated to providing access to capital for underrepresented founders, particularly Black, Latinx, and women entrepreneurs. At Tuck, he actively contributes to the Center for Digital Strategies, shaping business's digital transformation. Additionally, he fosters unity and empowerment as a member of the Tuck Africa Club and Black Students Association at Tuck (BSAT). During his free time, Olakunle indulges in the natural beauty of the Upper Valley, finding joy in activities such as hiking, kayaking, and exploring artistic exhibitions at the Hop Center, which he shares with his friends.
Fresia was born in El Salvador and immigrated to the United States when she was two years old. She was raised in Silver Spring, MD and graduated from Towson University in 2018 where she majored in Business Administration. Prior to Tuck, Fresia worked in operations at Morgan Stanley for two years where she supported fixed income traders on a day-to-day basis. She also worked in FinTech for two years where she supported the organization’s operations division. Over the summer, Fresia is interning at Boston Consulting Group as a summer consultant in the Seattle office. She is very passionate about financial equity and inclusion and loves to give back to the communities she is a part of. At Tuck, Fresia serves as a Non-Profit Board Fellow and is a co-chair of the Consortium Student Association and the Hispanic American Student Association (HASA).
Hilde is originally from Caracas, Venezuela, but has called the United States home for the past 15 years. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering and her passion for healthcare led her to DaVita Kidney Care where she worked on the Clinical Strategy and Operations team. Over the summer, Hilde is interning at BCG in Washington, DC. At Tuck, Hilde is a co-chair of Hispanic American Student Association (HASA) and the Consortium Student Association. Outside of the classroom, she loves immersing herself in the stunning natural landscapes of the Upper Valley through running, cycling, and hiking.
Ta-Von Wilson is from Cambridge, Maryland, USA. He is a CPA and graduated from the University of Massachusetts – Amherst with a degree in Accounting. Prior to Tuck, Ta-Von worked at EY in the Washington, DC area for eight years. This summer, Ta-Von will call New York City home as he works at JP Morgan in their healthcare investment banking group. Mentorship is a major focus of Ta-Von’s, especially for those who come from underrepresented and diverse backgrounds. Ta-Von continues his DEI-focused work at Tuck as a leader of Black Students Association at Tuck (BSAT). He is also a Private Equity and Venture Capital Fellow and club co-chair.
Niklas was born in Guangzhou, a coastal city in south China which is famous for yummy dim sums and hospitable locals. Keen on understanding diverse cultures and living different experiences, Niklas majored in German literature in college and started to work in foreign services in China and Switzerland. He later pivoted to the Tech industry as a program manager in corporate development at Tencent. This summer, Niklas is working at Jefferies as an investment banking summer associate. At Tuck, he is very mindful of building meaningful connections and advocating for diversity through Tuck Pride, Dance Club, and Tuck’s Initiative on Workplace Inclusion. In his spare time, he enjoys a good workout, playing social video games with friends, and trying out different cuisines.