Carolyn Price ’21

Carolyn  Price
Carolyn is a junior from Kauai, HI majoring in political science with a concentration in East Asia politics and a minor in economics.

She is currently researching, under the guidance of Professor Sari Kerr, how the scarcity mindset and economic tunneling influences saving and investing. As an Elisabeth Luce Moore Scholar, Carolyn spent the summer interning at an international law firm in Kuala Lumpur, MY where she developed an interest in Merger and Acquisition Law and protocols to rate ESG performance. In her free time that summer, she began designing a cloud based financial literacy and investment service for college students. On campus, Carolyn works as an organizer for the CDI-iMUSE conference at Harvard and Tsinghua University, which promotes cross cultural exchange and allows her to practice Mandarin. She is also a former Honor Code Council, College Government, and varsity cross country and track member. After graduation, Carolyn is excited to continue the launch of her financial services product aimed at shrinking the wealth gap while earning her JD degree to pursue a career at the intersection of law and impact investment.