'Best and Brightest'

Poets&Quants news website recognizes four Lehigh students who stood out in the nation’s Class of 2021 for their academic excellence.

Jenny Lin ’21
Financial Services Audit Associate at KPMG, New York

Poets&Quants for Undergrads, Business

Jenny Lin ’21 majored in accounting and business information systems and minored in political science and Chinese. She was a marketing intern at Shanghai Tower in Shanghai, China, and a financial services audit intern, working remotely, at KPMG. At Lehigh, Lin served as president of Beta Alpha Psi, vice president of F1RST for first-generation students, vice president of programming of Beta Gamma Sigma, and in many other roles. She was a Harold S. Geneen scholar, a member of Alpha Alpha Alpha National Honors Society and a Lehigh Business Dean’s Council representative. She has won several awards.

Andrew Fedun ’21
Investment Banking Analyst–Global Power & Utilities, Citigroup (Citi)

Poets&Quants for Undergrads, Business

Andrew Fedun ’21, who majored in finance and industrial systems engineering, was treasurer of the Lehigh Student Senate, a Tauck Scholar, Presidential Scholar and resident assistant. He had several internships: as a wealth management analyst at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in Princeton, N.J.; a project analyst at Daling Consulting in Shanghai, China; and an investment banking summer analyst, Global Power & Utilities, at Citigroup (Citi) in New York. At Lehigh, he was a team leader for the Thompson International Portfolio; manager for the Dreyfus Portfolio; director of finance for the Lehigh Consulting Group and an analyst for the Lehigh Enterprise Systems Center.

Gena Levengood Petrunyak ’13 ’21 MBA
Reverse Logistics Manager, Johnson & Johnson

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Gena Petrunyak ’21 received her bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering and integrated business and engineering from Lehigh. She says she valued the flexibility of the FLEX MBA program, as she was able to be in person for some classes and remote for others. During her  MBA journey, she traveled for work, planned a wedding, relocated from New Jersey to Rhode Island, bought a house, trained for an Ironman and focused through a pandemic--“without missing a beat.” She says she learned the value of time management and prioritizing.

Sari Dorn ’21 MBA
Project Manager, Lockheed Martin

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Sari Dorn ’21 received her bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Maryland.  She says her ability to balance a full-time job and complete her FLEX MBA gained her recognition among her peers and management. Her commitment demonstrated her willingness to take on challenges, she says, while she learned to appreciate the bigger picture of company operations and making business decisions. Her long-term professional goal is to lead a team that is developing sustainable solutions in renewable energy with impact beyond the company.