College of Business Undergraduate Student Advisory Board
The Dean's College of Business Undergraduate Student Advisory Board provides a forum for undergraduate 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.
Waverly Alcure is a senior business management major specializing in operations management and marketing as well as minoring in creative writing. She is part of the Business Honors Program Broadridge Executive in Residence Program and plans on completing the Advanced Business Track MBA in Marketing at Stony Brook. Around campus Waverly takes on a variety of roles; she is a support and advocate as a second-year Resident Assistant in H Community, leader and organizer as the President of Stony Brook Finance Society, Senior Marketing Intern at the Career Center, and member of the Diversity and Professional Leadership Network. Waverly is exploring careers in marketing consulting that reach global audiences due to her interest in international business. In her free time, Waverly enjoys experimenting with new pastry recipes, exploring new hiking trails, and spending time with friends and family.
Gabriel Chang is a junior business management student specializing in accounting and finance, as well as majoring in economics. Around campus, he is an intern in the procurement office, Vice President of Scholarship and Awards of Delta Sigma Pi, Event Coordinator of the SBU Finance Society, Secretary of the Chess Club, and member of the Investment Club. In his free time, he likes playing chess, jogging, and watching soccer matches. After graduation, Gabriel plans to pursue a career in finance.
Harrison Feig is a junior Business Management Major specializing in marketing. He is planning on staying for an additional year at Stony Brook to complete the Advanced Business Track MBA. Harrison is a Fellow for the LDS introductory course and an RA for James College in H-Quad. Last year he was a member of his hall council as a senator for RHA, where he hosted a multitude of events. One of his passions is radio, and he hosts a weekly radio talk show through Stony Brook's station, WUSB 90.1FM. During his free time, Harrison enjoys swimming, ultimate frisbee, and hiking. After graduation, Harrison plans to pursue a career in Marketing.
Paul Massa is a senior majoring in Business Management with a Minor in Accounting, with the goal of becoming a Certified Public Accountant. He was born and raised in Suffolk County, NY and chose Stony Brook's College of Business because of its commitment and connections with the Long Island business community. He previously interned with the New York Islanders and the Suffolk County government in accounting related roles. Paul is a Brother of Delta Sigma Pi and an Accounting Society member. Paul is an Eagle Scout and currently a volunteer firefighter in Hauppauge. In his free time, he likes playing video games, golf, camping, and watching hockey.
Alexa Paiva is a junior double majoring in Applied Mathematics and Statistics and Business Management with a plan to specialize in Finance and Marketing. She is currently a brother of Delta Sigma Pi. Off campus, she works at People's Alliance Federal Credit Union as a Teller and Member Service Representative. In her free time, Alexa enjoys going on long drives with friends, watching sunrises/sunsets and listening to music.
Evangeline Parlapanides is currently a junior majoring in Business Management with a plan to specialize in Marketing and Operations. Originally from Long Island, Evangeline found that Stony Brook was a perfect fit to continue her education. She is currently a Brother of Delta Sigma Pi, a member of the College of Business’s Mentorship Program, and is on the Red Watch Band Care Team. In her free time, Evangeline enjoys traveling the areas around campus, finding new places to explore and dine at with her friends, photography and painting.
Dylan Rehman is a senior majoring in Business Management. He is also a commuter assistant, ITS Fellow, and Presidents of Stony Brook University Roundnet. Off campus he works as an intern for Guercio and Guercio LLP.
Shrujay Rompicherla is a junior majoring in Business Management specializing in Finance and Accounting as well as minoring in Information Systems. He is originally from Albany, NY, and chose to attend Stony Brook University for its great value and education. Shrujay is the Treasurer of the Investment Club, Senator for the Finance Society, brother of Delta Sigma Pi, and member of the Photography Club and SBU Unicef. He received the opportunity to intern as an Equity Research Analyst during the summer in hopes of pursuing a career in Investment Banking or Financial Services. During his free time, Shrujay likes to work out, go on a long drive with friends, listen to Alternative and R & B music, and binge-watch TV shows. He is also an avid NBA fan and aspires to be the happiest, most successful, and best version of himself.