The Notre Dame MBA Business Analytics Club strives to provide students with the analytical mindset necessary to excel in strategic decision-making in their careers. Managers must understand how to balance customer privacy expectations and how to structure data analysis in a way that provides powerful insights and uncovers new solutions. The Business Analytics Club also aims to inspire conversations about the ethics of data collection and how and where to draw boundaries in order to maintain corporate credibility and reputation.
President: Tommy Langan
To develop servant leaders as consultants by building problem-solving skills, strengthening professional networks, and reinvesting in Notre Dame's program, driving future candidate outcomes.
President: Conor White
The MBA Finance & Investments Club aims to give its members an inside view of the corporate and high finance industries through varied guest speakers, promotion of relevant competitions, and valuable discussion among students. The club also acts as a network between current MBA students and professional alumni to inspire mentorship and professional development.
President: Sam Jabara
The goal of the MBA Management Club is to provide students with an interest in the general management and leadership concentration career guidance. It also serves to explore academic and relevant research trends in the field. The Management Club helps coordinate speakers, networking events, and other activities for students that center around topics such as business leadership and LDP rotational programs, general management, supply chain, and operations.
President: Anthony Stachowski
The purpose of MBA Marketing Club is to foster leadership development through the coordination of educational and awareness projects. The MBA Marketing Club provides MBA students with opportunities to further their understanding of the marketing discipline by offering valuable educational and networking opportunities, allowing Club members to expand their knowledge of marketing and enhance their understanding of various career paths in the dynamic marketing field.
President: Alex Gergely
Affiliation & Interest Clubs
The Asian MBA Student Association (AMSA) is a club that is open to all MBA students who have a common interest in Asian business and culture. We provide a community where business and career opportunities related to Asia are shared and where members can interact, learn and engage in social and professional activities to enhance cultural and business exchanges between Asia and the U.S. Our second mission is to support the integration of Asian MBA students as they enter corporate America and to facilitate informal interaction through Asian cultural events among the greater Notre Dame student body.
President: Minsu Kim
The Notre Dame Graduate Net Impact club is part of a national community of more than 60,000 change makers who use their careers to tackle the world’s toughest problems. Members put their business skills to work for good throughout every sector, showing the world that it’s possible to make a net impact that benefits not just the bottom line, but people and planet too. At Notre Dame, the Net Impact Club believes that business can be a powerful force for good, and its goal is to train business leaders who will use their skills for world benefit. As members of the Notre Dame community, club participants are part of a long tradition of public service, social innovation, and peace building.
President: Jonathan George
The REGS Club focuses on expanding current curriculum offerings, strengthening the business school’s alumni and professional network active within the area of Greentech and energy, and promoting energy and resources-related events, discussions, and trips. We also work with the career coaches and mentors at Mendoza to develop and maintain relationships with leading and emerging companies in the energy, resource processing, and Greentech industry.
President: Richmond Ayirebide
The MBA Technology Club was founded in 2015. Its mission is to connect MBAs interested in tech-specific careers, or who want to learn related skills. The rapid pace of technological change over the past decade and the forward momentum of the digital age mean offer new ways to collect and interpret data. The Tech Club also offers members a platform to network with alumni in the industry.
President: Amit Pratap Singh
The Notre Dame MBA Veteran’s Club is one of the largest and most active clubs of its kind in the country. Our mission is to serve as a professional and personal networking resource for Mendoza MBA Military Veteran students, to achieve consistently outstanding career choices and outcomes for its members, and to exemplify the tenets of servant-leadership within Mendoza and the local community. With a relatively large membership, the Mil Vets Club has the ability to execute cross-disciplinary service projects and serve as a unifying social force on campus.
President: Rory Kelly
The MBA Women in Business Club is a member of MBA Women International and proud supporter of women on campus. We also work in conjunction with the Forte Foundation. Our goals are to foster a strong community of women at Mendoza and beyond and to network and inspire women in business. We strive to reach these goals by holding events, club meetings, and facilitating conversations about current issues. Together, we can continue to learn through dialogue with alumni, recruiters and experienced professionals. One of our annual events is a Women’s Symposium for candidates thinking about joining the Mendoza MBA family.
President: Molly Lawrence
President: Cameron Brown
President: Luke Uhrig