- Erik Falconer, CFA – Falconer Group
- Saikon Gbehan – Adler Pollock & Sheehan
- Levan Moulton – Goldman Sachs & Co.
- Cherrine Smith – State of Delaware
Erik Falconer, CFA serves as Chief Investment Officer for the Falconer Wealth Managers. Erik enjoys spending time with the loves of his life: his wife and three daughters. They enjoy traveling, school activities and playing games. He also loves biking, kayaking, playing soccer, reading, and singing.
Saikon Gbehan serves as the National Coordinator of the Youth Action International College Chapters Program. She is a litigation attorney at Adler Pollock & Sheehan, P.C. in Providence, RI. Ms. Gbehan graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2004 with a B.A. in Psychology, magna cum laude, and a minor in Business Administration. She went on to earn her J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law in 2008.
Levan Moulton immigrated to the U.S. as a refugee from the Liberian civil war in 1989. Although born in Madison, WI, Mr. Moulton spent his first 5 years in Monrovia, Liberia while his mother was a Professor at the University of Liberia. Mr. Moulton’s family settled in Raleigh, North Carolina after their evacuation. Mr. Moulton went on to graduate from the Northfield Mount Hermon School in 2003, where he was the first ever TYP student elected to the Northfield Mount Hermon Student Government Association. Mr. Moulton then attended Amherst College and graduated in May of 2007 with a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Political Science. At Amherst, Mr. Moulton served as President of the Dr. Charles Drew Memorial House for Black Culture where he spear-headed programming that educated the Amherst student body about the rich heritage of the African Diaspora. Mr. Moulton also served as a member of the Association for Amherst Students, Amherst College’s Student Government body. In 2006, Mr. Moulton served as a research fellow for the Bernard Koteen Office of Public Interest Advising at Harvard Law School. While at Amherst, Mr. Moulton became involved with Youth Action International and served the burgeoning organization in various capacities. Mr. Moulton now works in the Interest Rate Products Division at Goldman Sachs & Co.
Cherrine Smith is a long time supporter of YAI. For two decades she has serve as a volunteer with international charities. She has hosted international students in her home from China, India, Austria, Great Britain, Malaysia and the Ivory Coast. Her passion has been educational opportunities for disadvantage girls, and refugee relief. Locally she spent hours as a volunteer delivering hot meals to the elderly for Meals on Wheels. Cherrine lunched her women’s apparel company in 2003. Her career includes many years of service as a Director with the Nature Conservancy, and in state service as an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Officer. Cherrine enjoys spending time with her family and traveling.