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Henry Wong



Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Cambridge, MA

M.A. in Statistics in 2003. Overall GPA 3.47

Tufts University Medford, MA

B.S. with magna cum laude in Mathematics, Quantitative Economics, Psychology in 2002.

Highest thesis honors for senior honors thesis. Deans List. Overall GPA 3.62.

Work Experience

Proprietary Daytrader Trillium Trading LLC

Fall 2003 to present Boston, MA

Equities daytrader using level 2 quotes with experience both as a scalper and as a position trader.

Teaching Fellow Harvard University

Fall 2002, Spring 2003 Cambridge, MA

Assistant to professor for Statistics 100/101. Led discussion with and taught students concepts of introductory statistics as well as graded homework.

Marketing Intern Curl Corporation

Fall 2000 Cambridge, MA

Intern to Marketing and Sales department in a high-energy Internet start-up launching its first product into the marketplace. Assisted in multiple projects in deadline-oriented environment involving Marketing Communications, Product Management, and Customer Service. Specific tasks included web site development, and editing and proofreading collateral material.

Public Relations Officer and Tournament Manager Joint School Debating Society

1997-1998 Hong Kong

Responsible for finding sponsors, raising funds, and attracting media coverage of inter-school English debating competitions through interactions with different firms and mass media. Group leader of executive committee members in charge of organizing and running competitions.

Advanced Coursework and Research


Money and Finance, Banking, Entrepreneurship, Economic Modeling, Research Paper modeling the cost of using and storing coins and lower denominations.


Econometrics, Experimental Design, Bayesian Data Analysis, Causal Inference, Probability, Doctoral Seminar on Stochastic Modeling in Finance and Natural Sciences.


Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Doctoral Seminar on Human Factors, Doctoral Seminar on Consumer Behavior, Senior Honors Thesis studying implicit stereotyping and effects of familiarity on famousness judgments.


Computer programming in PASCAL, HTML, JavaScript.

Performing mathematical and statistical analyses in SAS, SPSS, Splus, Stata, MATLAB.

Making presentations using MS PowerPoint, MS Excel.

Fluent in written and spoken English, Mandarin, Cantonese, and knowledge of basic French.


Bridge, sports, intellectual challenges, and enjoying life.

Represented Hong Kong in World Youth Bridge Teams Championship

Winner 2002 Pacific Asian Bridge Federation Junior Teams Championship

2nd runner up 2002 Pacific Asian Bridge Federation Open Pairs Championship

1st runner up 2001 American Contract Bridge League Regional Master of the Year Race