Olivia Marrali is a senior Strategic Communications major in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. She is also pursuing a minor in marketing and a social media certificate. As the Student Director of Marketing at the Center for Entrepreneurship, Olivia works as the liaison between the Center and the general Ohio University population. She enjoys being able to work around entrepreneurs and learning more about all of the great resources the center has to offer students.
My name is Zach Hegerty and I am currently a graduate student studying toward my Master in Business Administration. I graduated from Ohio University with my Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology Management in May 2016. I am currently the Student Director of Freshmen Recruiting for the Center of Entrepreneurship. Outside of being a student, I am a captain of the club lacrosse team.
Gene Muldowney is the Student Director of Engagement for the Center for Entrepreneurship. He graduated last Spring with a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering and is currently a graduate student working toward earning his Masters in Business Administration. Gene is a movie buff that also enjoys running, cooking, and playing various sports in his free time.
Kenzie Kistler is a junior studying Strategic Communication in Scripps with a specialization in marketing and sports administration. Kenzie is responsible for running the social media pages, uploading content to the blog, and updating the website. She also takes pictures and records footage of events for the blog. When she grows up she would like to take all that great things Ohio University has taught her and put it towards a good cause by working with nonprofits.
Hannah Kusper is a senior studying Strategic Communication in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. She is very involved on campus as the Student Director of Communications for the Centers of Excellence in the College of Business, a fellow in the Consumer Research Center and member of the professional business fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi. Her main role as Student Director of Communications is to manage student ambassadors to speak to classes across campus about the College of Business Certificates. She is passionate about traveling and she had the opportunity to study abroad in Italy for the Global Consulting Program. Upon graduation, she hopes to work for an advertising agency as an Account Planner. This past summer, she interned at Brokaw, a well-known advertising agency in Cleveland and worked for clients such as University Hospitals, RTA and Great Lakes Brewing Company.
Noha Al-khalqi is a HTC Business Administration senior and a 2nd year MPA candidate. Noha has been working as an undergraduate research scholar at TechGROWTH Ohio since 2014. This year, Noha is responsible for coordinating major events for the Center of Entrepreneurship including the Global Entrepreneurship Week. She is also the chair for Ohio University Global Ambassadors program, and is an active member of the Voinovich School Future Leaders. After graduation, Noha hopes to pursue her passion for social entrepreneurship and youth empowerment through working with a Community Benefit organization.
My name is Antonio Bajan. I’m from Eastlake, Ohio. It’s about a half hour east of Cleveland. I’m currently a senior here at OU. I first picked accounting as my major but I recently changed it to finance and business analytics. So I guess, I’m kind of a number person. I should be graduating on May 2017. When I graduate, I want to move to New York City and find a job somewhere in finance. My dream is to live in NYC for most of my 20’s. After that, I want to start a family somewhere more warm, preferably somewhere on the west coast. I’m also a big sports fan. I love playing and watching basketball or soccer. Two of my favorite teams are the Cleveland Cavaliers and Chelsea F.C. However, I’m working as a student employee particularly on the metrics here for The Center For Entrepreneurship.
Rachael Pinney is a junior studying management information systems and data analytics. As the Student Manager of Club Collaboration for the Center for Entrepreneurship, Rachael works to increase collaboration between entrepreneurship clubs and generate interest for the certificate program. Outside of this role, Rachael is a member of the professional business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi, and is the Vice President of Philanthropy for Select Leaders Development Program. Last year, Rachael studied international business in Budapest, Hungary, where she developed a passion for traveling and global business. Upon graduation, Rachael aspires to work internationally and develop her professional skills through a career in advisory consulting.