MEET THE TEAM
Joshua Kahen is a second year undergraduate student at the University of California at Berkeley intending to study Business Administration or Economics. An avid photographer, Joshua owns a premier event and portrait photography company, JP Photos LA and also serves as the Head Photo Editor at the Daily Californian Newspaper. He enjoys playing Spikeball at the beach and traveling.
Wyatt Chang is a second year Computer Science major at Harvey Mudd College. He is also a NCAA athlete for the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps football team. He works as a part-time instructor for First Code Academy and has interned at Century Structural Engineering. He also enjoys playing basketball and biking in his free time.
Elisabeth Arnold Weiss
Advisor & Culture Chief Officer
Elisabeth’s passion in life is to help young people succeed. While studying at the University of Virginia she served as a student teacher, a transformative experience which shifted her future career direction. An award-winning educational innovator, she has served on the faculty as a professor at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering since 1999.
ON THE STUDENT WAVE.
ON THE LOCAL WAVE.
The Student Wave aims to highlight local, student run businesses.
These local businesses are operated by your very neighbors, friends and family.
With anything from tutoring, to babysitting, photography, video editing, training, graphic design, music lessons, and college essay advising- you’re in trustworthy, native hands.
ON THE INNOVATIVE WAVE.
Day-to-day popular businesses often overcharge for services that can be completed with an equal level of professionalism by local, student-run businesses.
Here at Student Wave, we aim to promote these businesses, and furthermore, delve into a topic which yields further importance: support of those in our community.
Assist students in gaining valuable work experience and skills needed for later in life
ON THE SUPPORTIVE WAVE.
In addition to highlighting the myriad of talents offered by students, our company aims to manifest said capabilities and use them to benefit the people— our people.
While delving into the limitless capabilities of our student-run businesses, we hope these organizations can greatly aid you, your family, and your friends.
Together, we can amplify the unity and inclusion of our eclectic town.
Together, we can make our town a diverse hub for activity.
Together, we can MAKE WAVES.
written by Mehak Dedmari