Student clubs are excellent vehicles for companies to learn more about our students and programs. We invite you to consider speaking and sponsorship opportunities with our student clubs. Please contact club representatives directly for more information.
Kathleen Wallach, email@example.com
The Alpha Asset Management Club acts as an education and support resource for students interested in launching investment careers and manages the Tepper Opportunity Fund.
Kai Wei, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Asian Business Association consists of students from Asian and non-Asian countries facilitating an understanding of Asian business and culture.
Sahaj Madhav, email@example.com
The BioPharma and Healthcare Club provides opportunities for students to prepare for careers related to biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and health insurance and delivery.
Andrew Lewis, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Black Business Association supports all students of African descent and is dedicated to increasing the number of students of African descent and connecting these students with alumni.
Amanda Zook, email@example.com
The Business and Technology Club is focused on exposing members to career opportunities across functional domains such as marketing, operations, finance and consulting.
Jesse Mott, firstname.lastname@example.org
Comprised of more than 220 members, the goal of the Tepper Consulting Club is to prepare and mentor its members to secure careers of their choice in the field of consulting.
Piotr Holysz, email@example.com
The Endurance Club promotes the physical health of all students, partners, professors, and alumni through an environment of training and competition in swimming, biking, running, CrossFit and other distance sports.
Chintan Desai, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tepper Energy Club is a student-run professional organization dedicated to developing and broadening the Tepper community’s interest in the energy industry.
Matt Capizzi, email@example.com
The EVC Club supports the development and funding of new business ideas among MBA students and graduate programs across Carnegie Mellon University.
Jordan Hopkins, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Golf Club seeks to educate new players about the game of golf while providing opportunities for networking through organized activities with students, alumni and employers.
Chris Connelly, email@example.com
The Graduate Finance Association (GFA) develops future leaders in finance and investment by providing comprehensive mentoring, networking and professional development opportunities to the MBA and MSCF programs.
David Lustig, firstname.lastname@example.org
The JBA offers a community forum for Jewish MBA students. JBA members participate in CMU and Tepper networking events, professional development opportunities and social gatherings while interacting with the Pittsburgh Jewish community.
Daniel Angarita, email@example.com
The Latin American Business Club promotes an understanding of business in Latin America and greater awareness of Latin culture within the Tepper School community.
Rebecca Rothschild, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Marketing Club introduces and highlights career paths within the marketing field.
Phil Spencer, email@example.com
The Military Veterans Association seeks to help Veterans and members of all military organizations in their transition to the civilian sector.
Sophie Eustis, firstname.lastname@example.org
Net Impact is growing a network of new leaders who are using the power of business to make a positive net social, environmental and economic impact.
Veenusha Santchurn, email@example.com
The Operations Management Club assists students pursuing careers in operations by providing opportunities to network with and learn from globally recognized leaders in production methodologies, planning and logistics optimization, general management and supply chain solutions.
Sang Lee, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Organizational Leadership Club seeks to enhance the leadership skills of the Tepper community for future application in corporate contexts.
Chris Hall, email@example.com
Out & Allied aims to provide a supportive environment to enhance current LGBT, academic and career experiences, establish relationships with employers who value a diverse workplace, equip future business leaders to be advocates of workplace equality, and network with similar groups from other b-schools and the community.
George Orn, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Poker Club educates club members on variations of poker through tutorials, outside speakers and live games.
Sidney Tejapaibul, email@example.com
The Public Speaking Club broadens and deepens students’ public speaking skills, group communication and leadership skills in a fun and intellectually stimulating environment.
New York Leaders
Akram Ayyash, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ishan Majumdar, email@example.com
Isabel (Yi) Han, firstname.lastname@example.org
Catherine Monk, email@example.com
Ari Morse, firstname.lastname@example.org
Saiprasad Munagal, email@example.com
The Quantitative Finance Club provides MSCF degree and certificate students with social, educational and program feedback opportunities. Club-organized events include the MSCF Speaker Series.
Sindhoor Grandhi, firstname.lastname@example.org
SABA is geared toward supporting students of South Asian origin both from professional and cultural viewpoints.
Dominic Di Chiara, email@example.com
Connecting CMU students from various educational disciplines with underprivileged communities around the world, SCIO develops strategies to combine the existing resources of each region with new insights to influence the implementation of long-term sustainable solutions.
Brigid Johnson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tepper Women in Business (TWIB) provides professional development, career-networking opportunities and educational workshops designed to help women in business increase their confidence, skills and knowledge to become successful business leaders.
Chris Vogt, email@example.com
The Wine Club provides the Tepper community with a forum to explore and appreciate wine through education and tasting experience.
Steve Morse, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chhaya Pandey, email@example.com
Robber Barons, the Tepper School weekly student newspaper, provides a humorous and information-packed chronicle of campus life and is a terrific advertising opportunity for companies to share their recruiting plans and schedule for upcoming campus visits.