The Museum is proud to announce that Hamza Ali, Daniela Meza-Gutierrez, Selena Tran and Ognjen Vasic have earned merit scholarships as top achievers in the Fall 2022 semester of the Museum Finance Academy. The Museum is deeply appreciative of Con Edison’s generous sponsorship of this program.
Hamza Ali ($1,000) is a 16-year-old junior at James Madison High School in Brooklyn, New York. He plans to major in computer science and minor in finance. In his free time, he researches the growth of major companies. He plans to use this information to one day start his own company and become financially free.
Daniela Meza-Gutierrez ($500) is a senior at the High School of Economics and Finance in Manhattan, New York. She will be a first-generation college student. Coming from an immigrant family has motivated her to go to college because she wants to make not only herself, but also her parents, proud and show her parents that their struggles were worth it.
Selena Tran ($500) is a 16-year-old junior at the Academy of Finance and Enterprise in Queens, New York. Inspired by her mom, who worked as a nail technician in a family business, she would like to pursue a business degree and one day would like to run her own business.
Ognjen Vasic ($500) is a 16-year-old junior at the Academy of Finance and Enterprise in Queens, New York. His favorite subject is mathematics, and he would like to pursue a career in finance or engineering. He is specifically interested in FinTech, as it is crucial in today's society and is constantly changing.