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Omicron Delta Epsilon

Omicron Delta Epsilon (ODE) is a prestigious national economics honor society to promote excellence in economics by recognizing outstanding achievements and by encouraging professional exchange among students, and faculty.

2020-2021 Executive Board

Kylie Gwynn

Kylie GwynnKylie is a junior double majoring in Economics and International Relations. On campus, she is involved with Emory's QuestBridge Chapter and was an Orientation Leader. She possesses a strong interest in international economics as well as economic policies and laws.


Danielle Handel

Danielle Handel  Danielle is a senior studying Economics and Mathematics. Her research interests are in the economics of health, education, labor, and housing, especially as each relates to social inequities. She plans on pursuing graduate study in economics and contributing to the development of equitable, data-driven economic policy. When not playing with data, she is dancing, reading, or eating popsicles. 

Claire Li

Claire LiClaire is a junior at Emory pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Quantitative Science and Economics. She is on a learning stage to gain expertise in financial economics and hope to transfer knowledge into real-life problem-solving in investment banking. In her free time, she enjoys Theatre, creative cooking, and playing Ukulele. 

Karoline Lin

Karoline LinKaroline is a senior majoring in Economics and Quantitative Sciences. Through her courses at Emory and her internship experiences, she has built a passion for data science because it allows her to bridge her business foundation with her analytical skills. She is also interested in economic analyses and am currently leading a team of research assistants at Emory. Outside of work, you can find her playing volleyball, making glass art or traveling. Fun fact: She's traveled to 10 countries in the past 3 years!

Carson Rea

Carson ReaCarson is a third-year undergraduate student at Emory University. He is interested in discovering optimal ways of reducing wealth and social inequality domestically. He is also interested in finding effective methods of relieving the political tension plaguing and dividing the country using reason, respect, and compassion. He is planning to complete a second bachelor’s degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology upon graduating from Emory University.