Financial professional Eleni Demetriou has overseen departments at international finance firms and Fortune Global 500 companies, ranging from JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Bank of America to ML and the Prudential Financial, Inc. In addition to serving as a successful financier and corporate trader, Eleni Demetriou graduated from Seton Hall University, where she attended the W. Paul Stillman School of Business and earned a Master’s degree in Finance.

Seton Hall’s Stillman School of Business first opened its doors in 1950, drawing its namesake from W. Paul Stillman, a successful banker and former chairman and CEO of First National State Bank, which was succeeded by First Fidelity Bancorporation. Today, the Stillman School of Business is home to roughly 1,050 undergraduate and graduate students studying toward Bachelor and Master’s degrees in accounting, economics, finance, management information systems, marketing, and other concentrations. The Stillman School of Business frequently ranks among top U.S. business schools and in Bloomberg BusinessWeek’s top 100 Business Schools in America. It rated eighth among private universities for return on investment and 56th in a list of the top 100 business schools in the nation.

Stillman students have access to a wide range of resources, including academic centers and institutes like the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies; the Institute for International Business; and the Center for Securities Trading and Analysis, known more commonly as The Trading Room. Stillman School of Business students have the option of participating in eight different honor societies, such as the Finance Honor Society, the New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association Honor Society, and the Alpha Chi Lambda Sport Management Honor Society.

Seton Hall’s official business publication, The Stillman Exchange, is largely produced by undergraduate business students and distributed biweekly. Founded in 2006, The Stillman Exchange, which has a circulation of approximately 5,000, focuses on investment, sports, business, domestic and international news, and other subjects.