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Rohma Zubair '17

Rohma Zubair is a rising senior at Earlham College majoring in Economics with a minor in Mathematics. She calls the historic city of Lahore, Pakistan her home but has lived in three different countries. This international exposure has translated into her love for travelling and an understanding of intercultural relations. Rohma would be excited to talk to you about comparative religion, social justice and national and global affairs. In college she is involved with Model United Nations both as a delegate and as an organizer. Rohma loves watching Game of Thrones and Cricket matches. She also enjoys trying out new cuisines and is a dessert enthusiast. Her ideal evening involves sipping tea while reading novels for leisure.

During summer Rohma Zubair will be working at Huntington Bank as a Summer Credit Risk Analyst Inter. Utilizing her theoretical knowledge in economics and realizing her passion for mathematics, Rohma wants to establish her career in banking. She considers herself career-oriented and believes that working as a Credit Risk Analyst Intern at Huntington Bank would be an ideal place to start her career. Rohma is excited to bring her data analysis, analytical and quantitative skills to table that she developed while working as a research assistant and during her computer science classes. Rohma is looking forward to the opportunity of gaining practical hands-on experience in the banking world and meeting new people.  She plans to have fun and learn as much as possible during her internship from her colleagues as well as the supervisors in all areas of the bank.


Rohma Zubair

Rohma Zubair '17

Intern, Huntington Bank

Major: Economics

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