Sellinger Student Advisory Board

The Sellinger School building against a bright sky

Mission Statement

The Sellinger Student Advisory Board (SSAB) strives to increase visibility, engagement and collaboration between Loyola students, faculty, administrators, alumni and our Baltimore community members. We work closely with the Deans to envision new ways to make the Sellinger School a dynamic, innovative and exciting place to learn and grow in our understanding of business and how it relates to our Loyola experience and all our lives for years to come. 

Contact Information

To contact the SSAB or to join our newsletter, please e-mail selsab@loyola.edu.

Faculty Advisor

Susan Hasler
Assistant Dean for Business Programs
sahasler@loyola.edu
410-617-1619

Newsletter Archives

Academic Year 2021-22

Academic Year 2020-21

Meet the Members

Class of 2023

Jose Bustos, '23

Jose Bustos BBA, Economics and Finance

I’m from Miami, Florida and am currently pursuing a Business Administration degree with a double concentration in Economics and Finance. I love music and dancing to Bachata, but I also like being challenged. The Sellinger School of Business gives me opportunities to become involved and part of a dynamic and motivated group of people. The professors are incredibly helpful, and the classes are interesting. I chose to pursue economics after my Principles of Marco-economics class because I fell in love with math and application. I chose another concentration in Finance because both studies heavily support each other in the business world. Hit me up with any questions!

Meredith D'Ovidio BBA, Finance Data Science Minor

Meredith D'Ovidio, '23

I am from New Jersey and am majoring in Finance with a minor in Data Science. I am hoping the Sellinger School of Business will provide me the opportunity to grow and develop the skills necessary to succeed in the business world. In addition, I look forward to building relationships with my peers and professors as well as challenging myself in and outside the classroom. During my time at Loyola, I have learned to never stop pursuing your goals, even if there are obstacles along the way.

Megan Gallucci BBA, Accounting and Management Information Systems Minor

Megan Gallucci, '23I’m from Montvale, New Jersey. I was surrounded by accountants growing up including my mom which was what immediately drew me to accounting. This allowed me to be exposed to so much information about accounting at a young age. I always saw myself becoming an accountant, but once I took the Financial Accounting class through the Sellinger School of Business, I knew I was exactly where I belonged. I decided to also major in management because I thought it would be very useful in my future in accounting as I would like to work at one of the Big Four accounting firms. I couldn’t have figured this out alone without the close relationships I was able to form at Loyola, and my professors who always made time to meet with me and answer any questions that I had. I’m excited to see how the Sellinger School of Business will help shape me for success in the future!

Brian Modarress BBA, Finance Major Writing Minor

Brian Modarress, '23I am Gaithersburg, Maryland. I decided to pursue a major in finance because I want to help people understand the importance of saving and investing. The Sellinger School of Business has helped me realize my dream is possible. It has helped open doors for me and make connections within the business world. The thing I love most about Sellinger School of Business is how the professors push each and every one of us to become better daily. They encourage their students to do more and challenge themselves every day.