My name is Suzanne Chang. I grew up in Centennial, Colorado and earned my Bachelor's degree in Economics and the Kellogg School of Management's Certificate in Financial Economics at Northwestern University. I have spent the past couple of years working as a research assistant in the Division of Research and Statistics at the Federal Reserve Board. While at the Board, I have conducted research on corporate bonds and investigated other corporate finance topics, such as factors influencing executive compensation. My core research interests currently include corporate and behavioral finance. I decided to join the Finance program at Stern because it offers a valuable opportunity to learn from and collaborate with top researchers in the field.
I like staying active with all kinds of sports -- tennis, softball, running, basketball, hiking, etc. I am also a film enthusiast and enjoy traveling, learning photography, and playing the piano.