Mendoza School of Business

Clubs, Associations and Committees

Student clubs, associations and committees play an integral part in the Mendoza graduate student experience. Explore our student-run opportunities for networking, skill-building and leadership. professional speakers, hold interview prep sessions, organize career networking events, and more.

MBA Association

The Notre Dame MBAA, in collaboration with our dedicated clubs, fosters an immersive experience by engaging students, faculty, and alumni to ensure an unforgettable journey at ND while maximizing career prospects. From formal events to networking activities, tailgates, career trips, and beyond, our program offers a dynamic range of opportunities to connect, grow, and excel.

President: Weston Hyde

Pathway Clubs

The MBA Consulting Club is dedicated to developing servant leaders as consultants by building problem-solving skills, strengthening professional networks, and reinvesting in Notre Dame’s program, driving future candidate outcomes.

President: Alex Boykas

The MBA Finance and Investment 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: Peter Thompson

The MBA Marketing Club provides MBA students with opportunities to further their understanding of the marketing discipline and the various career paths in the marketing field by offering valuable educational and networking opportunities. The purpose of MBA Marketing Club is to foster leadership development through the coordination of educational and awareness projects through the lens of marketing frameworks.

President: Katelyn Martin

The MBA Technology Club’s 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 offer new ways to collect and interpret data. The Tech Club also offers members a platform to network with alumni in the industry.

President: Ayush Sindhwani

Affinity Clubs

The Asian MBA Student Association (AMSA) is a club for MBA students interested in Asian business and culture. We foster a community for sharing business and career opportunities related to Asia, while promoting cultural and business exchanges between Asia and the U.S. We also support the integration of Asian MBA students in corporate America and encourage interaction through Asian cultural events with the wider Notre Dame student body.

President: Arunabh Kumar

At the International Students of MBA Club, we are dedicated to creating a strong support network for international MBA students who are embarking on their academic journey in the United States. Our primary aim is to assist and guide the students as they adapt to a new country and immerse themselves in a new culture.

President: Charith Pitta

The Latin American Club at Mendoza (LACaM) is open to all MBA students with a common interest in Latin American culture. Our first mission is to help students of Latin descent achieve their full professional, social and academic potential. Our second mission is to support the integration of Latin American MBA students through cultural events among the greater Notre Dame student body.

President: Isabela Jimenez

Black Graduates in Management (BGM) strives to elevate the voices, talent, and experiences of graduate students of African descent in the Mendoza College of Business across all programs. We accomplish this through establishing a support system from application to graduation, developing programming to prepare BGM members for professional success in industry, collaborating meaningfully across campus and student clubs, and creating spaces for BGM members to socialize, brainstorm, and exchange ideas.

President: Kosi Umeh

The MBA Military Veterans 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. The Mil Vets Club has the ability to execute cross-disciplinary service projects and serve as a unifying social force on campus.

President: Dan Garcia

The Mendoza LGBTQ+ and Allies (MLAC) welcomes both queer-identifying students and allies. It is a forum for students of the graduate business community to discuss issues lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, or queer (LGBTQ)  identified people face in the workplace and in business leadership. The club supports the LGBTQ+ and ally community through a variety of fun and educational events, ranging from displays of queerness that elicit bombastic side-eye to essential health and wellness resources and enlightening discussions.

President: Chelsea Reyes

The Mendoza Women in Business (WiB) Club’s mission is to foster a strong and supportive community of prospective and current students and alumni of University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business. Our goal is to empower and support the women of Mendoza through a mixture of professional development workshops, inspiring speakers, and fun social events to help cultivate a community that will support our members for the rest of their careers. WiB is a member of MBA Women International and works in conjunction with the Forté Foundation.

President: Casey Molloy

Professional Development Clubs

The Adam Smith Society is an expansive, chapter-based network of MBA students, professionals, and business leaders who work to promote debate and discussion about the moral, social, and economic benefits of capitalism.

President: Nabeel Saad

The MBA Healthcare and Biotechnology Club aims to support students in their pursuit of careers in any number of professional pathways within the healthcare, biotechnology, and life sciences industry. We accomplish this through exposing students to an array of professional functions, connecting students to the growing number of alumni eager to share their connections, knowledge, and insight, and by providing educational opportunities.

Co-President: Chelsea Reyes, Sydney Oskin


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: Kehinde Hassan

The MBA Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Club provides a platform for members to learn new skills, share ideas, and team-up for various competitions within the MBA space. Through support of faculty, advisors, and other members, many EVC have successfully started their own businesses and strengthened our network.

President: Shreevatsa Joshi

The MBA Management and Leadership Club provides career development opportunities and guidance for students interested in general management and leadership. It serves to explore academic and relevant research trends in the field, coordinate speakers and networking events, and spark conversation around topics such as business leadership, LDP rotational programs, general management, supply chain, and operations.

Co-President: Devasenapathi Mani Avayambigai, Roberto Rodriguez

The Sports Business Club aims to educate our members on sports business perspectives and mentor them through the challenges of searching for careers in sports. We host guest speakers, events, and discussions with alumni and others working in sports. In short, we are a central resource for all Mendoza students who love sports, want to make it a career, or both!

President: David Sheppard

The Net Impact Club at Mendoza is just one chapter of a global organization that aims to inspire and equip emerging leaders to build a more just and sustainable world. As a club, we will learn about careers that touch on the following key areas: leadership, social capital and impact investing, responsible production and consumption, DEI, civic engagement, and climate resilience.

President: Lydia Knoll

The Real Estate Club hopes to spread knowledge and excitement about the many different practice areas in the real estate industry by providing the opportunity for members to attend guest speaker events, city treks, firm visits, networking events, and interview preparation events. Notre Dame’s strong network and sense of community gives our members access to top level industry professionals that cannot be matched!

Co-President: Alex Olsen, Michael Mulroy

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