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The Scheller Business Ambassadors are comprised of undergraduate students selected through a formal annual recruitment process that occurs every November. The ambassadors are a professional, enthusiastic and hard working group of leaders. Scheller Business Ambassadors work under the supervision of the Undergraduate Office at the Scheller College of Business. Their goal is to achieve the priorities set forth by Georgia Tech and the Scheller College of Business. Ambassadors must be in academic good standing to become a new member, and to be an active ambassador each semester.

The purpose of the Scheller Business Ambassadors is to:

  • serve as the liaison between the Scheller College of Business Undergraduate Programs Office and undergraduate business students.
  • represent the Scheller College of Business to prospective undergraduate students through organized recruitment initiatives, and
  • promote community development within the undergraduate business student populations through organized programs and initiatives.

Outline of the Scheller Business Ambassadors program:

  • Scheller Business Ambassadors are active leaders. 
  • Ambassadors are expected to participate in as many activities and events as they can, to lead projects and to contribute during meetings. 
  • Ambassadors meet every Monday at 6pm in the Scheller College of Business. Our meetings last one hour and are required. 
  • The time commitment for ambassadors is roughly 2-3 hours or more per week, depending on what projects an ambassador is leading or what events an ambassador is working.
  • Ambassadors are comfortable with public speaking. 
  • Ambassadors must keep up to date about the Scheller College of Business to share this information with prospective high school students.
  • Ambassadors develop new ideas to better the Scheller College of Business, and work as a group to implement them.
  • Ambassadors enjoy talking with current Scheller Business students, interacting with Scheller College of Business staff and faculty, and meeting prospective high school students who are considering Georgia Tech’s business program.
  • Ambassadors assist the Scheller College of Business undergraduate programs office with recruiting and community building activities

SBA Leaders

Sam Medinger

  • Name: Sam Medinger, SBA President
  • 3rd year
  • Hometown: Norcross, GA
  • Concentration: Finance
  • Involvements: GOALSoccer, Greek Life, Executive Round Table  
  • Work Experience: Co-op at Southern Company in Capital Markets, Credit, and Derivatives
  • Favorite thing about Scheller: The people
  • Additional Info: I am very excited to serve as the president of the Scheller Business Ambassadors and can’t wait to see what is in store.

Sara Beagle

  • Name: Sara Beagle, VP of Membership Development
  • 3rd year
  • Hometown: Johns Creek, GA
  • ​Concentration: Finance
  • Involvements: Executive Council of my social sorority, undergraduate research, T&M program
  • Work Experience: Coca-Cola, Siemens
  • Favorite thing about Scheller: My favorite thing about Scheller is the quality of our undergraduate staff and professors. Here, it is common for professors to know you by name. Beyond that, a lot of them are doing incredible research and want to share that with their students. I love that if I am interested in the subject beyond the classroom, that I know I can approach my professors about the material and learn more.​

Evie

  • Name: Evie Owens, VP of Education
  • Year: 3rd
  • Hometown: Winnetka, IL
  • Concentration: Supply Chain and Operations
  • Involvement on campus: ADPi, President of SWiB, GT1000 TL
  • Work Experience: Interned at The Home Depot this past summer
  • Favorite Thing about Scheller: The school feels like a community, all of the students are hard working and involved in each other’s success, and the faculty go out of their way to make sure we’re successful both inside and outside of the classroom

Naomi O'Halloran

  • Name: Naomi O’Halloran, VP Administration
  • Year: 3rd
  • Hometown: Atlanta, GA
  • Concentration: Accounting
  • Involvement on Campus: VP Finance of Alpha Chi Omega, SGA’S Athletics & Recreations Committee, Student Alumni Association, TL for GT1000
  • Work/Experience: Summer Intern for Newbridge Management LLC, a small financial consulting group in Atlanta, The Coca-Cola Company Procurement Analytics Co-Op
  • Favorite Thing About Scheller: Knowing that Scheller cares about you and your success not only as a student but also as a person even after you graduate.

Rachel Garland

  • Name: Rachel Garland, VP of Marketing
  • Year: 2nd
  • Hometown: Rome, Georgia
  • Concentration: Supply Chain and Operations
  • Involvements: Phi Mu Historian, Executive Director of Freshman Servant Leadership Organization, GT1000 TL
  • Work Experience: Data Analytics Co-Op at Medical Management Associates, a healthcare consulting firm in Atlanta
  • Favorite Thing About Scheller: The professors know you by name and genuinely care about your success and happiness inside and outside of the classroom. We also have the best advisers and undergraduate faculty on campus who are readily available and invest so much in each student.

Caroline Cusick

  • Name: Caroline Cusick, VP of Prospective Students
  • Year: 2nd year
  • Hometown: Peachtree Corners, GA
  • Concentration: Undecided
  • Involvements: Dean's Scholar, SBA, Oxford Study Abroad Program, ADPi, Mental Health Board Coalition
  • Favorite thing about Scheller: I love that no matter what time I am at Scheller, I am always greeted by a friendly face whether it be a friend or someone I have never met. The community is unmatched, the connections are incredible, and being able to study and go to college in the most positive, encouraging, and motivating environment is priceless.
Contact the Scheller Business Ambassadors

SBA President, Sam Medinger: