Undergraduate Student Organizations

There are many opportunities to enrich your education and get involved in a variety of student activities that can help expand your experience as well as your network.

The Alliance of Black Business Students (ABBS) is a coalition of Black students who are enrolled in the Freeman Business School. We are devoted to promoting racial diversity within the Freeman Business School as well as providing support and networking opportunities for those within our target demographic.

Ngadi Kamara: President

Grant Roquemore: Vice President

Allen Stewart: Treasurer & Programming Chair

Isaiah Register: Social Media Chair & Director of External Affairs

Advisor: Charlotte Battiest

Alpha Kappa Psi, the world's oldest and largest professional business fraternity, seeks to develop well-trained, ethical, skilled, resourceful, and experienced business leaders. Open to men and women majoring in business, AKPsi provides a unique blend of professional, service, and social events.

Executive Committee:

President: Luke Bella

Executive Vice President: Conrad Gabriel

Vice President of Administration: Kioja Johnson

Vice Presidents of Membership: Ella Nyquist & Simran Gupta

Vice President of Finance: Allie Sansone

Vice President of External Relations: Jessie Chen

Master of Rituals: Jarred Brown

OUE Staff Advisor: Zhane Nelson

Open to all students, Tulane's collegiate chapter of the American Marketing Association presents members with the opportunity to learn from real-world marketing professionals. Members attend monthly meetings featuring exciting guest speakers, participate in fun hands-on marketing activities, and learn how to network with top-level marketing executives. The AMA offers a great supplement to Tulane's classroom experience and provides its members with the competitive advantage necessary to succeed in today's marketing field.

  • Co-President: Jake Nitzsche
  • Vice President: Grace Gallic
  • VP of Finance: Andrew Tamburin
  • VP of Professional Development: Zoe Kaplan
  • Speaker of Series Director: Joy Liu
  • Case of Comp. Director: Leslie Frankel
  • Social Chair: Alex Chon
  • VP of Brand Management: Helen Lude
  • Design Chair: Rachel Sterling
  • Media Strategy Chair: Madison Church
  • Faculty Advisor: Jeff Salyers
  • OUE Staff Advisor: Zhane Nelson

Founded in 1919, Beta Alpha Psi is the premier international honor and service organization for financial and business information students and professionals. There are over 300 chapters on college and university campuses with more than 300,000 members initiated since Beta Alpha Psi's formation. We are not a fraternity or sorority but an honors organization. The mission of Beta Alpha Psi is to inspire and support excellence by:

  • Encouraging the study and practice of accountancy, finance, business analytics or digital technology;
  • Providing opportunities for service, professional development, and interaction among members and financial professionals; and
  • Fostering lifelong ethical, social, and public responsibilities.

President: Hannah Goldstein
Vice-President/Controller: Tyler Kobelin
Treasurer: Nathan Trajano
Reporter: Lauren Apollo
Faculty Advisors: Karen Foust & Christine Smith

The purpose of this honorary business scholastic fraternity is to reward scholarship and accomplishment in all phases of business, to promote the advancement of education in the science of business, and to foster principles of honesty and integrity in business practices. High scholarship and promise of marked ability are the prime requisites for membership nominations. Induction ceremonies are held during the fall and spring semesters.

Delta Sigma Pi, a business fraternity that recolonized at Tulane in the fall of 2014, is an organization for students pursuing careers in business, with membership open exclusively to business and economics majors. It aims to provide networking opportunities, leadership development and fraternal values with other business students.

  • President: Rachel Massett
  • Senior Vice President: Sabrina Bargueiras
  • Vice President of Finance: Ana Majauskas 
  • Vice President of Pledge Education: Simran Ohri
  • Vice President of Chapter Operations: Elina Khoshnevis
  • Vice President of Scholarship: Brayden Gwartzman
  • Vice President of Community Service: Hope Whitelaw
  • Vice President of Professional Activities: Justin Vasilopoulos
  • Vice President of Alumni Relations: Will Shackman
  • DEI Chair: Zoe Lang
  • Chancellor: Max Levinson
  • Vice President of Fundraising: Corky Hovermill
  • Social Chair: Juliet Adams
  • Marketing: Meredith Waldron
  • Brotherhood Chair: Scott DeNobel & Ben Goodman
  • Big Easy Summit: Arianna Smith
  • Faculty Advisor: Mark Melasky
  • OUE Staff Advisor: Zhane Nelson

The FSG is the formal organization of students enrolled in the BSM program. All BSM students are automatically members of FSG. The FSG influences many of the curricular and extracurricular activities of the School. Students play a role in modifying the curriculum, in evaluating courses, in hearings of academic integrity, in planning academically related activities, in selecting faculty for special honors, and in organizing a schedule of social events. BSM students are encouraged to take a leadership role in FSG and to support the activities sponsored by FSG.

  • President: Matt Yam
  • Treasurer: Elijah Jordan
  • Secretary: Sarah Faber
  • USG Senators: Sharan Uppal, Elijah Jordan, Jack DeFraites, Lucie Stern, James Smith, Zoe Mintz, and Henry Mann
  • OUE Staff Advisor: Zhane Nelson

The Green Bull Investment Group (GBIG) is a selective student-run undergraduate organization at Tulane University's A.B. Freeman School of Business that provides its members with essential skills and strategies to position themselves for opportunities and careers focused within Investment Banking but also other finance professions. Information Sessions will serve as an overview of what members can expect in terms of professional development, technical training and mentorship.

Executive Board:

StartUp Tulane is a community of students interested in practicing entrepreneurship, innovation, and design-thinking. We apply our knowledge, skills, and perspectives from interdisciplinary backgrounds towards developing action-based solutions for student-venture opportunities. By providing a network for these students, we are creating a platform for finding partners to collaborate on your ideas.

  • President: Zane Salameh
  • VP: Joseph A Noguera-Zuniga
  • Treasurer: Jackson Lamb
  • Faculty Advisor: Rob Lalka

The Tulane Women Investing in Women is an organization designed to promote the goals and needs of women interested or majoring in Finance.  The organization provides information regarding careers related to Finance, opportunities to connect and learn from women in the financial industry, and connecting with peers with similar career goals for undergraduate Businesswomen.

  • Co-Presidents: Kiera Stocks and Arielle Wilson
  • Vice President: Bella Arnold
  • Treasurer: Emma Goodness
  • Speaker Coordinator: Maya Skoczylas 
  • Secretary: Sharon Yin
  • Staff Advisor: Charlotte Battiest
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