The MBA Association (MBAA) is the student representative organization for the MBA Program. The MBAA is organized in a committee structure, representing different aspects or disciplines in business. These committees encourage students with common academic and professional goals to join with our experienced faculty and global business executives to explore field-specific topics. Committees and activities vary from year to year as the interest of the MBA student body evolve.
The MBAA also helps ease the rigors of graduate school through a welcoming, close-knit social network where students, partners and families, faculty, alumni and Executive Partners expand their classroom involvement to include frequent meetings in nonacademic settings. Together, we engage in diverse activities where the many cultures represented within our community are embraced through music, dance, language, and food.
If you are an MBAA member seeking space for an event (including club/committee meetings) please see the MBAA Event Planning Guide or detailed information on scheduling and planning your event.
MBAA Officers 2020-2021:
President: Kevin Grant
Vice President - Internal Affairs: Brent Woodhouse
Vice President - External Affairs: Peter Hayden
Vice President - Financial Affairs: Fernando Rochi
Vice President - Marketing & Communications: Kei Isoiwa