Christian McNeill BBA, International Business Communications Minor
I am an International Business major from New Jersey, and it is with great pleasure that I will be representing you on the Sellinger School Advisory Board. As an IB major, I am always willing to educate myself on current affairs throughout various global corporations. The Sellinger School of Business has allowed me to learn new methods and technologies that numerous international corporations have used to improve their businesses and uphold corporate social responsibility. The implementation of these latest technologies into daily lecture has enabled me to be well-versed in a modern digital society. Altogether, my path in International Business has taught me how to be an effective global citizen and implement great change within companies around the globe. This reflects Loyola’s core value to be a diverse and interconnected university that exemplifies representing all ideas, cultures, and values one can lead others with.
Olivia Srednicka BBA, Finance and Marketing
I am from Darien, CT. What drew me to both of my majors were my intro-level classes at Loyola. I also feel as if the finance/marketing combination is unique and equips me with a large breadth of tools in order to attack the work industry. What excites me about business is how all the different fields are interrelated. Business skills are also so transferable and are applicable to really any career path which is why I have chosen these two fields.
Jaylin Andrews BBA, General Business Marketing Minor
I am Jaylin Andrews, a marketing major from Baltimore, MD. I came to Loyola as a Finance major with the hopes of becoming a Financial Advisor after college, but I shifted my focus after finding an interest in Marketing after a few classes in Sellinger. What makes me excited about the Sellinger School of Business is the emphasis on learning multiple skills, such as accounting and selling concepts, in order to find your real passion. Loyola has also allowed me to create many relationships and networks with other business majors who aim to be leaders within their selective fields in the future. The motivation among the students in the business school, and the eagerness from the teachers to help students get closer towards their goals is what makes Sellinger a special place.
Kiara Roeder-Yika BBA, Economics and Marketing
I’m from New Canaan, CT. Coming to Loyola, I was set on being a business major, but I really didn’t have a fixed idea as to what I really wanted to pursue as a concentration. This changed as soon as I began to take some courses that were a part of the Business core that Loyola offers to its business students. The knowledge and skills that you gain from these classes is just one part that played into my desire to pursue both Marketing and Business Economics. In fact, getting to talk with my professors and mentors about my business aspirations within these fields was truly helpful and encouraging. Through these helpful conversations, I learned that I’m interested in using both concentrations to help me get a better understanding as to how certain economic activities can act as catalysts for consumer behaviors in the market.
Jahcynt John BBA, Economics
I am a Boston native pursuing a B.B.A with a concentration in Economics at Loyola. Though the field of Economics has always been an academic interest to me, the Sellinger School of Business has deepened my vision in endless ways so I can utilize my passion with the purpose of building a better tomorrow. To me, one of the most rewarding aspects of the Sellinger School is the ability to make connections and develop close relationships with professors. Along with the variety of resources offered to us – like the new Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship – Loyola has helped me build a network of like minded business leaders and engage with experienced professionals in my fields of interest.