Discussing Film Finance in Latin America and the United States at BFF June 9 | 2 p.m.| Brooklyn In this Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF) panel, co-sponsored by Young Professionals of the Americas (YPA), we'll compare film financing models in the United States and Mexico with experienced directors and producers.He was previously the Latin America studies intern at the Council on Foreign Relations and a financial markets reporter for in Madrid, his hometown.
Julio Germán Arias Castillo works in the Global Investment Manager Analysis group at Morgan Stanley.Previously, he worked at Citigroup and Deloitte in Panama, Opus Investimentos in Brazil, and in Morgan Stanley's Global Capital Markets, International Wealth Management, and Executive Financial Services.During his time at NYU Stern, he served on the founding e-board of the Undergraduate Latin American Business Association (ULABA) as the director of regional analysis.He completed his senior thesis Beckie Bintrim works in the membership and development department at Americas Society/Council of the Americas (AS/COA) and helps manage the internal committee of YPA.In addition, he was elected as Wharton representative to the Undergraduate Assembly, was a participant for international programs in Australia, Morocco, and Portugal, and was the master of ceremonies of the Wharton Global Forum in Panama.
Upon graduation, he was presented with the 2014 Alumni Student Award of Merit, and was a finalist for both the Dean's Award for Service to the Wharton School and the Class of 2014 Senior Honor Award.
While at Georgetown, she served as a council member for Georgetown Women in International Affairs and was a committee member of the Transatlantic Policy Symposium.
Kelsey also held internships with USAID and the State Department, where she worked for the Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs during the Ukraine crisis.
Previous to this, she was a policy associate at AS/COA and the community and partnerships editor for ) for four years, where she worked to build a community around the magazine, as well as on specific projects such as the Social Inclusion Index.
A graduate of the College of William and Mary, Bintrim moved to New York to pursue an MA in Latin American studies from New York University, where she was a Tinker grant recipient.
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