From RHS to Wall Street for Monique Barrios

Monique Barrios received her Bachelor of Science degree in economics at Duke University’s commencement ceremony.

Barrios, a Class of 2008 Ramona High School graduate, earned her bachelor’s degree with a concentration in Finance and a minor in sociology. In addition, she also made the dean’s list, which is awarded to students who rank in the top third of their college.

While attending Duke University, Barrios was involved in many extra-curricular activities. Among those, she served as a senator for Duke Student Government for three years and as class president for the Class of 2012 in her junior year. She also participated in the Financial Education Partnership (FEP), where she received the FEP Leadership Award in her senior year for her leadership and dedication in mentoring underclassmen to receive internships on Wall Street.

With her undergraduate career behind her, she will be moving to New York City to begin her career in investment banking at Goldman Sachs on Wall Street.

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Posted by Maureen Robertson on Jun 6 2012. Filed under Schools. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

2 Comments for “From RHS to Wall Street for Monique Barrios”

  1. Bulldog alumni 2009

    I used to have a crush on this girl:)

  2. Bulldog alumni 2009

    Hey!!! I had a crush on her first lol

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