Boudreau Fellows Apply Financial Economics to the Public Good

The Boudreau Fellows Program honors the Colin Powell School’s inaugural dean, Vince Boudreau. Boudreau Fellows are supported with mentoring, advising and opportunities to engage in special projects, as well as assistance in finding professionally-relevant internships in between their two years of support.

Boudreau Fellows are eligible for two years of scholarship support ($5000/year), with the second year of the scholarship contingent on being in good-standing, both academically and within the fellows program.

Rainuk Ahmed

Rainuk Ahmed

Rainuk Ahmed is a junior studying Economics at the Colin Powell School with a focus in finance. In his Sophomore year, he was part of the Partners for Change Fellowship, researching college-access. Rainuk grew up in Qatar, an immigrant country. His academic interests are in understanding economics from a micro and macro perspective and utilizing that information in financial decision making. He is a sports fanatic and a petrol-head. He was brought up by a caring and pragmatic father and a strong and hardworking mother, so he has no excuses to fail. He will persevere to make them proud.

Sabrina Mohammed

Sabrina Mohammed

Sabrina Mohammed is a rising junior at the Colin Powell School and Macaulay Honors College at CCNY. She is majoring in economics with a concentration in financial economics. Sabrina is a second generation Trinidadian-American and who resides in Queens, New York. She’s passionate about her studies, making the Dean’s List each year. When she’s not studying or doing work, you can find her dancing and choreographing with her Bollywood fusion team, City Chaahat. She also enjoys traveling and playing her guitar from time to time. After college, Sabrina would like to go into investment banking.