Vice President of Involvement
Hometown: Ellicott City, MD
Major: OMBA '23
Outside of SUSA Christopher is involved in Global Consulting Fellows, Delta Sigma Pi, and Club Tennis. In his free time, he enjoys listening to Apple Music, watching Netflix, and shopping at Trader Joe's.
The Involvement Committee is responsible for the organization and planning of community events to help increase involvement in Smith and SUSA clubs, events, and opportunities. The committee is also responsible for facilitating initiatives involving internal engagement within SUSA, club engagement, and maintaining a collaborative relationship between SUSA and the SGA.
Hometown: Washington D.C.
Major: Operations Management & Business Analytics
Minor: Marketing '23
Outside of SUSA, Ayelette serves as the Director of Consulting Education for TAMID Group at Maryland. as Director of Communications for Terps for Israel, and as Business Representative and Co-Deputy of Communications for the Student Government Association. Ayelette is an active member of QUEST's Q-Creative and a part of the Design Cultures and Creativity Living and Learning Program. Following her expected graduation in 2023, she hopes to go into consulting or business strategy.
Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Major: Accounting ‘23
Within the Smith School, Blessing is involved in Women Empowerment Institute. Outside of SUSA, Blessing is an active member of Bethel Campus Fellowship and my local church. A fun fact about her is that she loves to sing and play the guitar. After graduation, she wants to work within an accounting firm and teach others about financial literacy.
Director of Transfer Affairs
Hometown: Germantown, MD
Major: Finance, Public Health Science ‘23
Outside of SUSA, Hillary is a Public Health Science Ambassador and an Executive Board Officer for the Vietnamese Student Association. She is pursuing a dual degree in Public Health and Finance in aims to consult in the healthcare industry. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, photography, playing piano, and exploring new places to eat.
Hometown: Glenelg, MD
Major: Business Management, Government and Politics '24
Outside of SUSA, Ilhaam is the Freshman Representative for the Justice and Legal Thought Scholars Program and serves on the Scholars Student Advisory Board. She is involved in several organizations including Mock Trial, Empowering Woman in Law, Phi Alpha Delta Professional Pre-Law fraternity, and the University Student Judiciary. In her free time, Ilhaam loves to cook, travel, and meet new people. Following graduation, she pursues to go to Law School and become a Corporate Lawyer.