Graduate School of Management Holds Student Council Elections

The Graduate School of Management is pleased to announce the leadership for the 2015-16 GSOM Student Council.

President:  Karan Gangwani (MBA ’16)

Vice-President:  John Richards (MBA & MS in Environmental Science and Policy ’17)

General Secretary:  Nitish Sharma (MBA ’16)

Treasurer:  Madhavi Shrestha (MBA ’16)

Events Planner:  Phoebe (Yonglin) Lu (MBA ’16)

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Current and future GSOM Student Council leadership, together at the annual GSOM Spring Banquet.

GSOM’s Student Council is one of the most active groups at Clark. Students have an opportunity to exercise leadership positions and work with GSOM staff to effect change within the School of Management, as well as represent GSOM on university-wide graduate committees. The group also organizes a number of popular extra-curricular activities for students throughout the year.

Congratulations to our election winners. We look forward to working with you in the coming year!

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