The Lerner College Student Advisory Board is a twelve to fourteen member committee within the Lerner College of Business and Economics that strives to improve academic quality, professional experience, extracurricular enrichment, and student satisfaction.

LCSAB is comprised of diverse students, representing multiple majors and academic and professional experiences. The committee hosts major community events within the Lerner College such as Wingfest and the Spring Picnic, and it is also responsible for the development of programs such as the Peer Mentorship program. With insight and feedback from the students, LCSAB collaborates with the administration, faculty, and students to enrich the experience of students at the University of Delaware.

Marlena Gelin is a senior Honors Finance and Marketing double major and Business Analytics minor from Brooklyn, NY. In addition to serving as the President of the Lerner Student Advisory Board, she also serves as the President of the Women In Business Club, a Peer Mentor for freshmen business students, and a Writing Fellow for finance students. This past summer, she interned as a Financial Services Risk Advisory Intern at EY. Post graduation, she will be working at EY in the Financial Services Business Advisory division. In her free time, she enjoys spending quality time with friends and family and eating food.

Hannah Chan is a senior Honors Management Information Systems and Operations Management double major with a Business Analytics minor from Dix Hills, NY. Aside from being on the Lerner Student Advisory Board, she serves as the Vice President of Operations of Alpha Kappa Psi and Vice President of Professional Development of Blue Hen Consulting Club. After graduation, she will be joining Deloitte in D.C. as a business technology analyst. In her free time, Hannah enjoys traveling to new places and trying new food.

Timothy Friedmann is a senior Finance major with minors in Management Information Systems and Economics from Long Island, New York. On campus, he is the Vice President of the Blue Hen Investment Club and a teaching assistant for an Introduction to Business course. This past summer, he worked at an Alternative Trading System called the Delaware Board of Trade.

Analisa Vizzoni is a senior Marketing and Operations Management double major. She is the Head of Communications and Journalism for the Delaware Men’s’ Division 1 Ice Hockey team and interned for Amazon as an Area Manager over the summer. Analisa has been on the Lerner Student Advisory Board since her sophomore year and is extremely proud of all the progress the board has been making throughout Lerner.

Sam Bebout is an Honors Accounting and Finance double major from Fanwood, NJ, which is a small town about 30 miles outside of New York City and only a couple hours North of UD. He is currently serving as the President for Alpha Kappa Psi, one of the professional business fraternities on campus. He also serves on the executive board for the university’s Club Golf team and does some travelling as a part of the club’s tournament team. This past summer, he interned in the Commercial Assurance department at Ernst & Young and has accepted a full-time offer to return to the firm after graduation.

Katie Reilly is a sophomore Marketing major from Newtown, CT with minors in MIS and Advertising. She is a member of the on-campus professional business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi. Additionally, Katie is a part of Delaware Diplomats and the UDance program on campus. Currently, she is working as a digital marketing intern at CoreDispo. In her free time, Katie enjoys running and spending time with her friends and family.

Lauren Bambach is a sophomore from Springfield, PA. She is studying International Business and Management with a Spanish minor. In the future, she hopes to work in Human Resources. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi, Women in Business, and the Humanitarian Hospitality Society. Also, as a Student Assistant at Lerner Career Services, she assists students with their resumes, cover letters, and Handshake.

Greg O’Brien is sophomore Sport Management and Operations Management double major from Syosset, New York.  He is involved in multiple Greek life organizations including Alpha Kappa Psi Professional business fraternity and Sigma Phi Epsilon social fraternity. Also, he is involved in sports at the University of Delaware being the game day operations intern for the D1 men’s hockey team and a sales associate for the UD box office.

Annie Stohler is a sophomore marketing major from Dresher, Pennsylvania. Annie is a Community Engagement Ambassador, Social Media Ambassador and is involved in SCPAB. Outside of school, Annie likes to spend time with her family, going to concerts, doing community service and being outdoors.

Hannah Fuss is a sophomore Operations Management and International Business double major with a Spanish and Management Information Systems double minor. On campus, she is involved in Delaware Diplomats, the Sailing Team, Chi Omega Women’s Fraternity, and is a tutor for the Academic Enrichment Center. When she isn’t at her favorite spot on campus, Daugherty Hall in Trabant, she enjoys sailing, traveling, and listening to music.

Joe Colontonio is a junior Finance and Financial Planning major from Voorhees, NJ. He currently works year-round at Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, where he plans to begin his career as a Financial Advisor upon graduation. On campus, he is heavily involved in the Blue Hen Investment Club, in addition to the advisory board. In his free time, Joe enjoys music production, cooking, and watching the NBA.

Charlotte Morro is a junior Finance and Economics Major and MIS Minor from Hillsdale, NJ. She worked as the Reproductive Health Marketing Intern at Ferring Pharmaceuticals, the Tradeshow Intern at Crestron Electronics, and is an incoming Risk Advisory Intern for Ernst & Young. On campus, she serves as the Recruitment Chair of Alpha Kappa Psi Co-ed Professional Fraternity, the Vice President of the Association of Latino Professionals For America (ALPFA), and a participant in University of Delaware’s Alternative Break program.

Matt McDavitt is a junior Honors Operations Management major from Lincroft, NJ with minors in International Business and Energy and Environmental Policy. He is currently a member of both Sigma Phi Epsilon National Fraternity and Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity. This past winter, he interned with ProScript Pharmacy specializing in database management. In his spare time, Matt enjoys Game of Thrones, spending time outdoors, fishing, and rooting for the New York Jets.

Tiffany Canjura is a junior Management major with a minor in International Business and Advertising from West Orange, NJ. In addition to being on the advisory board, she serves as the President of the Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA), Historian for Alpha Kappa Psi, and as a Social Media Ambassador. Outside of school, she works as a Teaching Assistant for the Lerner MBA Program and as an Insomnia Cookies Marketing Representative. Previously, she worked as an intern at Owens Burton Consulting and Success Communications Group. In her free time, she enjoys spending quality time with friends, reading, and trying new foods.

Nicholas Makos is a junior pursuing a degree in Operations Management, with minors in International Business and History. He is involved in the college’s Executive Mentors Scholars Program. On campus, he is an active member of the professional business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi and serves as the Academic Affairs Senator of Business and Economics for the Student Government Association. He is also a Blue Hen Ambassador and gives tours to prospective students who are interested in the University of Delaware. In his spare time, Nicholas enjoys golfing, hiking, camping, and keeping up with current events.

Madisyn Steinberg is a sophomore in the Honors Program. She is a Marketing major with minors in Interactive Media and Event Management. Outside of the classroom, you can find her performing with the University of Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hen Marching Band, tweeting about events from her UD Social Media Ambassador account or scoping out the coolest culinary concoctions on Main Street.

Alyson Basso is a senior Hotel Restaurant and Institutional Management major with a minor in Entrepreneurial studies. On campus she is the treasurer of the Hospitality Club and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, an active brother in Alpha Kappa Psi, a board member for the hospitality business management department, a Teaching assistant for HR in hospitality and an academic tutor. She has worked for Dig Inn, a small restaurant company based out of New York City for 2 years now. For fun, she loves cooking, reading, playing with her dog and spending time with her friends and family.

Nicole Testa is a sophomore Accounting and Finance double major with a minor in Spanish from Robbinsville, New Jersey, a small town in central Jersey only about an hour and a half from campus and a proud double legacy to the University of Delaware! She is the Assistant Vice President of Volunteering for the Women in Business organization. She is also a member of the Special Events Committee for UDance. Lastly, she is a part of Kappa Alpha Theta, a social sorority on campus, taking part in the Senior Banquet Committee and the Recruitment Committee.