Akina is a current Georgetown Law Student. At Georgetown, she is an active participant in the Pro Bono Project. Originally from Frederick, MD, Akina has spent a majority of her professional life in the District of Columbia. Prior to Georgetown, Akina attended George Washington University School of Business and received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Economics and Public Policy with a minor in Mathematics. During her time at George Washington, Akina was able to work at the FDIC as an intern in the Large Bank Policy Section of the Division of Risk Management. She was also able to work at the Federal Reserve as an economic research assistant in Financial Institution Risk Evaluation Section of the Division of Financial Stability. After her 1L year, Akina spent her summer in-house at Lockheed Martin Corporation. With this background, Akina plans to pursue a career in Financial Regulation and Policy. When she is not in school or at work, Akina spends her time participating in community service events in the Washington, DC area. She is also very involved in the DC fitness community and is currently training for her third marathon. Akina was selected to be a Georgetown Business Law Scholar and is in the Inaugural Cohort.
George Washington University, B.B.A. in Business Economics and Public Policy, 2017
Georgetown Law, J.D. expected 2020