About

Chibuzo

Chibuzo is a senior at Yale University majoring in Economics, with a focus on development and financial economics. Before coming to Yale, she completed her primary and secondary education in Nigeria and a United World College international school in Hong Kong. On campus, you’ll often find her leading tours for prospective students or singing with the New Blue, Yale’s oldest all women’s a cappella group. She is also the Senior Editor-in-Chief of the Elm City Echo, a literary magazine that amplifies the voices of New Haven residents experiencing extreme poverty and/or homelessness, and a Project Head for the Yale Hunger & Homelessness Action Project. Chibuzo has enjoyed serving as President of the Yale African Students Association and on the Executive Board as Director of Outreach for the Dwight Hall Socially Responsible Investment Fund, the first undergraduate-run SRI fund in the country. In her free time, she enjoys tutoring English on Ringle, reading fantasy, travelling, trying out new restaurants, and anticipating the release of Now You See Me 3! This summer, she will be working as an investment management Summer Analyst at Morgan Stanley in New York.

Three words to describe me...

Enthusiastic
Proactive
Committed

I prefer to teach in a

visual

or

,

kinesthetic

,

, or

hands-on

, or

style.

How I spend my free time

community service
cooking
music
writing