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College of Business Graduate Student Advisory Board

The Dean's College of Business Graduate Student Advisory Board provides a forum for MBA and MS students in the College of Business to provide feedback to the Dean and other administrators in the College of Business.  This is accomplished through ongoing meetings and open dialogue.  The information provided by these students assists in driving change and they act as a sounding board for new initiatives. 


ingyIngy Ghobashy

Ingy Ghobashy is an alumna of the College of Business, Class of 2017. She obtained a BS in Business Management with a minor in Accounting, graduated with Valedictorian status, and was top of her class in the College of Business. Ingy is currently pursuing an MS in Accounting while preparing for the CPA exam. She aspires to work in the auditing field of public accounting upon graduation.

Ingy came to the MS program with leadership experience from her undergraduate career at Stony Brook. She's the former president of Stony Brook University's Accounting Society and currently serves as a mentor for the new executive board. She has also been a TA for ACC 210 for two years, which she continues to do as a graduate student. Additionally, Ingy currently serves as the VP of the Graduate Business Association, hoping to utilize her leadership experience to help the association during a time of transition.

Through her undergraduate years and beyond, Ingy had various faculty mentors from the COB who helped her make the most out of her experience at SBU and empowered her to achieve her full potential, both inside and outside the classroom, and for that she is extremely grateful. Aside from her scholastic and career ambitions, Ingy enjoys playing sports and exploring new places.  

 Anna Lubitz

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Anna Lubitz is an alumna of the College of Business, (Class of 2016). She achieved a dual master's at Stony Brook University, completing her Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Management, and her Masters in Public Health with a concentration in Community Health. Within her dual master's program, Anna also obtained two advanced certificates in Health Communications and Health Care Management. She is now pursuing to further her education and aspires to become a pediatric dentist.

 Anna came into the MBA program with leadership experience from her undergraduate career at Stony Brook University. She is the former Undergraduate Student Government President (2012-2013) and former SUNY Student Assembly Executive Committee Representative (2013-2015). From 2014-2016, Anna served on the MBA Dean’s Student Advisory Council and served as the MBA Association President. She is thankful to the esteemed faculty and staff, in the College of Business, for their support and invaluable knowledge throughout her graduate career. In August 2016, Anna was a panelist for the Youth Assembly at the United Nations; she discussed Professional Partnerships, Good Health and Well Being, and Gender Equality (women in leadership).

Aside from her scholastic ambitions and endeavors, Anna enjoys volunteering her spare time singing for charitable and political events. She participates in community-wide events in an effort to make a positive difference within her hometown and campus community as an active leader. Anna is proud to have obtained her MBA through the College of Business. 

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Dylan Maloney

Dylan came to Stony Brook as a full-time student to pursue an MBA with a concentration in Management and an MA in Public Policy. He graduated Ithaca College in 2014 studying both History and Political Science with a minor in Philosophy. He has worked in a variety of fields, from banking to insurance, but has chosen to come to Stony Brook to become better acquainted the managerial roles he hopes to full in the future. When he was working, he volunteered at a plethora of organizations, from the Massapequa Volunteer Fire Department to the Long Island Crisis Center. In his free time, he likes to read and exercise. Dylan plans on graduating by 2020 with aspirations to work for FEMA to assist with disaster relief.

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Robert Presser

Robert is enrolled in the two-year Master's of Business Administration program on the marketing track. He received a Bachelor's of Arts in Music from the Stony Brook University Music Department in May 2017. During his undergraduate studies, Robert served as a Resident Assistant in Mendelsohn Quad. Now a graduate student, Robert continues his work with the Department of Campus Residences as the Roth Quad Assistant.
Robert's undergraduate campus involvement supported the Stony Brook University community. For example, Robert was a member of the Spirit of Stony Brook Marching Band for four years. In March 2016, he traveled to Des Moines, Iowa for the men's basketball team's inaugural NCAA Tournament appearance. When not with the band, Robert performed at countless other campus functions as the Music Director of the High C's, Stony Brook's original a Capella group. While a member of the Red Watch Band CARE Team, Robert fought toxic drinking by developing the organization's brand. Lastly, Robert was a student leader in the Hillel student club where he had the opportunity to serve as the master of ceremonies at the annual Festival of Lights event during his senior year.
In his spare time, Robert enjoys writing music, bowling, and doing origami. After graduation, Robert hopes to draw from both of his degrees in a position that promotes the arts or develops community through them.

lindsey waiteLindsey Waite

Lindsey joined the MBA program, with a concentration in Management, in the Fall of 2017. She is a full-time student and excited to be back in the College of Business after her four years of undergrad at Stony Brook. She earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management, with specializations in both Management & Operations and Marketing, in May 2017.

During her senior year in undergrad, Lindsey was a Marketing Intern at the Stony Brook University Career Center. She worked alongside a team to promote various events to the campus community. She enjoyed learning the many different aspects of marketing. With the start of Graduate School, Lindsey will also be starting a new position back at the Career Center as Graduate Marketing Assistant for Fall 2017 - Spring 2018. She will help support and mentor the undergraduate marketing team, as well as actively promote all job fairs over the course of the year. Lindsey is looking forward to this leadership role and working with both new and familiar faces.

Lindsey plans on earning her Master’s Degree, within a year, so that she can start her professional journey in the career world. She hopes to have a managerial position in the future and she believes the MBA program at Stony Brook will help get her there!

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