Nicole Allain-Stockton is currently an MBA Candidate at Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. At Wharton, Nicole is an active leader on campus, serving as the Co-Chair of the African American MBA Association’s 47th Annual Whitney M. Young Jr. Memorial Conference, a School Captain for the Robert Toigo Foundation Fellows Program, a Communication Fellow in the Wharton Communication Fellows Program, and a Teaching Assistant for the introductory Financial & Managerial Accounting MBA courses. Nicole interned at Evercore in their New York M&A group.
Prior to Wharton, Nicole spent four years at BlackRock in the Financial Markets Advisory Group, where she led interdisciplinary teams of data scientists, financial modelers, and portfolio managers in the delivery of specialized advisory services to global financial institutions. In particular, she managed the execution of 12 asset dispositions, totaling over $15 billion of collateral sold, and over 15 valuations across asset classes. Nicole earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with concentrations in Finance and International Business from Georgetown University. Growing up, Nicole lived abroad for a decade in Zurich, Paris, and London.