Kaley Burlingame, an accounting and finance double major, was selected as the Pamplin’s 2016 Outstanding Senior, in recognition of her achievements.
She maintained a 3.94/4.00 GPA and served as co-CEO of SEED, a student-run equity portfolio of over $5 million. She supervised six area managers and 30 analysts and led the technical analyst training program.
She has been interviewed three times on CNBC’s “The Closing Bell,” where she discussed SEED’s top holdings and investments. You may read one of her interviews here: Pamplin senior and SEED co-CEO talks investing on CNBC
In 2014, she was one of two Virginia Tech students selected for a summer internship with KPMG in London, England, and will return to KPMG full-time this summer in their Tysons office.
Kaley also attended the GE Leadership Essentials conference in 2013, is a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, tutored student athletes in accounting and economics, and raised money through Alpha Delta Pi in support of Ronald McDonald House.