Ethan Wolinsky

Research Analyst

Professional Experience

Mr. Wolinsky joined Campbell-Hill after graduating from James Madison University in May 2016. Mr. Wolinsky majored in Economics at JMU where he had extensive practice with statistical and econometric analysis. His research projects have included a study of gasoline price elasticity, and the effects of tobacco tax increases on teen smoking rates.

Mr. Wolinsky was the Sponsor Relations Director of SafeRides Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provided free rides to students on weekends as well as drunk driving education to the local community. His responsibilities included reaching out and presenting to local businesses to secure donations in return for advertising, as well as assisting in the development of a new mobile application.



Areas of Specialization

  • Economic Analysis



B.B.A., Economics, concentration in Financial Economics, James Madison University