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Angie Acquatella, Harvard University
Ivan Badinski, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Josh Blonz, Federal Reserve Board
Josh T. Dean, University of Chicago
Ellora Derenoncourt, University of California, Berkeley
Teevrat Garg, University of California at San Diego
Rob Garlick, Duke University
Morgan L. Hardy, New York University Abu Dhabi
Annie Laurie Hines, University of California at Davis
Mary Kaltenberg, Brandeis University
Sreeraahul Kancherla, University of California at Berkeley
Suzi Kerr, Environmental Defense Fund
Weiling Liu, Northeastern University
Katherine Lofgren, Harvard University
Bruno Lopez-Videla, University of California, San Diego
Jianyu Lu, Central Bank of Chile
Meera Mahadevan, University of California at Irvine
Samir Mahmoudi, Georgia State University
Robyn Meeks, Duke University
Priya Mukherjee, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Kelly Neill, Rice University
Prerna Rakheja, Johns Hopkins University
Jonathan Roth, Microsoft
Margaret Triyana, Wake Forest University
Martina Uccioli, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sean Wang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Shaoda Wang, University of Chicago
Paige E. Weber, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Gal Wettstein, Boston College
Po Yin. Wong, Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Arezou Zaresani, University of Melbourne
Andrew F. Zeitlin, Georgetown University

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