Conference Co-Chairs

Lynsey Kirby

Lynsey Kirby is a second-year student at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. At Dartmouth, in addition to her role as a WIB Co-chair, Lynsey is a Leadership Development Fellow, a Co-chair of the Tuck Sailing Club, and a member of Tuck Tripod Hockey. This past summer, Lynsey interned at McKinsey & Company in their Boston office, focusing on working with clients in the Mergers and Acquisitions function area.

Prior to Tuck, Lynsey grew up on the CT shoreline before attending Boston College where she majored in Mathematics and Economics. She worked in Investment Management focusing on the endowments of non-profit organizations. Outside of academics, Lynsey enjoys hanging out with her puppy Rooney, hiking and skiing near the Upper Valley, and checking out local farms and breweries.

Stefanie Nifenecker

Stefanie is a second-year student at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. At Tuck, she serves as the WIB Conference Co-Chair for Fundraising & Finance and is also highly involved within the LIFT (low-income/first-generation) student group.

Stefanie grew up in New Jersey and spent her undergraduate years in South Carolina while completing her degree in accounting. After undergrad, Stefanie moved to Manhattan to join KPMG and obtained her CPA license. Prior to Tuck, Stefanie worked at a financial consulting firm, where she most recently held the role of interim financial controller for a $9.5B airport infrastructure project. From the start of her career, she has dealt with high-pressure, male-dominated working environments that were often hostile towards young female professionals. Since then, Stefanie's goal has been to drive changes that will make the industry a safer space for women, which led her to launch the Network of Women affinity group at her previous firm. Over the summer, Stefanie interned at BCG New York, primarily working within the private equity practice, and plans to return to the concrete jungle after completing her MBA in the Upper Valley.

Pranali Sabale

Pranali is a second-year student at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. She is the Marketing and Promotions Co-Chair for the WIB conference. She also serves as Co-Chair for Tuck Mentors Club and Leadership for Mental Health and Wellness Initiative.

Pranali grew up in India. She did her undergrad in Mechanical Engineering and later worked with an automotive firm in India for over 5 years primarily handling responsibilities in new product development, operations, and a tiny part of the supply chain management. She was the only female engineer among the group of 107 male engineers. At her workplace, she witnessed facets of patriarchal dominance that woke her to an unequal world. She decided to give her voice a platform while she created an online blogging site to write about social ills, ethos, and stigmas via storytelling.

Over the summer, Pranali interned at Amazon, primarily handing middle mile transportation network while contributing to Amazon's climate Pledge.

Sherry Yang

Sherry is a second-year student at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. Prior to Tuck, Sherry worked in the healthcare industry focused on drug licensing, consulting, and executing market entrance strategies in the US and emerging markets to reshape the perceptions of cannabis as a consumer retail product. Sherry received her Bachelor of Health Sciences and a Master’s in Biomedical Discovery and Commercialization from McMaster University (Canada). Throughout her career journey, she has worked in male-dominated non-diverse environments where proactively speaking out was not always met with positive reactions. Having lived through experiences like these, she wants to be involved in more DEI initiatives at Tuck to add representation and empower more women. Outside of WIB, she is a Healthcare Fellow, PEVC Fellow, Leadership Development Fellow, TVSF Director, ASW and WIBC Co-chair, ABC Co-chair, and loves making macarons, yoga, and dancing. Over the summer, Sherry interned at J.P. Morgan on their healthcare investment banking team.