Meet our team!

To get the full college experience while on campus, we have a diverse team of talented undergraduate students who serve as Fisher Student Ambassadors who will answer your questions and take you on a tour of Fisher's campus.

These students represent the wide variety of academic interests, involvements, and professional experiences that Fisher has to offer. Ambassadors provide snapshot of what your Fisher College of Business experience could look like. Meet our team! 

Leadership

Fisher AmbassadorHeather stamper

Ambasador Co-Captain

Specialization: Finance & International Business

Hometown: Hilliard, OH

Internships: Abercrombie & Fitch, Johnson & Johnson

On-campus/community involvement: Undergraduate Business Women’s Association, Industry Cluster program (Retail), Dean’s Leadership Academy

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: All of the opportunities available.  From studying abroad my freshman year to taking classes from business executives, there are millions of ways to make your college experience unique.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Get involved!  Don’t be afraid to try something new and make new connections.

Fisher AmbassadorSanchit wadhawan

Ambassador Co-Captain

Specialization: Finance with Business Analytics minor

Hometown: Knoxville, TN

Internships: Alcoa (Finance Intern)

On-campus/community involvement: Business Honors Learning Community, Buckeye Undergraduate Consulting Club, Chess Club (Treasurer)

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: I really like the great support system that Fisher has. If I ever have a question about a class, I can ask an advisor. If I want to talk about getting an internship, I can go to our OCM, and if I want to reach out to a specific company, I know that there is someone in Fisher through whom I can connect. 

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Step outside of your comfort zone and experience Fisher. Attend meetings of various Fisher clubs (like ones related to finance, marketing, logistics etc)! Go to the career fair as a freshman, and experience what it is like to talk to the representatives. Go to events and see what you like!

Seniors

Fisher Ambassadoramit rubenstein

Specialization: Accounting & MIS

Hometown: Tenafly, NJ

Internships: Development Corporation for Israel (Call Center Intern), Grant Thornton (Audit Intern), PwC (Cyber Security Assurance)

On-campus/community involvement: Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity, Buckeyes for Save A Child’s Heart (Vice President, Cofounder)

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: The seemingly endless amount of opportunities. Fisher provides a variety of different programs that allow Fisher students to explore different interests and industries. Fisher students are an incredibly driven group and have set up some great on-campus organizations to get involved in.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: College is what you make of it, so explore as much as you can. Find organizations and involvements you are truly passionate about. In doing so, you will develop important skills, discover new ideas and interests, and make lifelong friends.

Fisher Ambassadorcarolina tovar-Fuentes

Specialization: Finance with German minor

Hometown: San Antonio, TX

Internships: Crowe Horwath (Risk Consulting), KeyBank (Investment Banking)

On-campus/community involvement: Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity, Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program, Business Scholars Leadership Council (Mentorship Chair),  Honors Cohort, Buckeye Undergraduate Consulting Club

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: What I most enjoy about being a Fisher student are the connections between students.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Your first semester/ first year don’t by shy to try new things! Attend as many club meetings as you want to until you find one that resonates with what’s really important to you. Also reach out to Fisher staff and Faculty. They are all interested in helping you, so never be afraid of striking up a conversation.

Fisher Ambassadorclaire wittenberg

Specialization: Marketing with Environment, Economy, Development and Sustainability (EEDS) minor

Hometown: Chagrin Falls, OH       

Internships: Apricot Lane, Kensington Weath Financial Firm

  On-campus/community involvement: Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity, Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, Fashion Forward

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: The fact that the faculty truly wants us all to reach our full potential and succeed as students. Not only do the faculty want us to succeed, but every student in Fisher is always there to lend a helping hand.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Utilize office hours with your professor if you are ever confused. Also, do not be afraid to schedule too many advising appointments. They will be glad you are reaching out!

Fisher AmbassadorEmma eustis

Specialization: Logistics Management with Spanish minor

Hometown: Waterloo, IL

Internships: GE Aviation (Supply Chain Intern)

On-campus/community involvement: Students Consulting for Non-Profit Organizations, Business Scholars Leadership Council

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: Being a Fisher student means being taught by leading faculty and also have amazing opportunities/resources at your fingertips.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Take advantage of all of the opportunities the Fisher has to offer. New students are able to meet friends in their classes, join organizations to further pursue their passions, or speak with faculty who have experience in fields where they have interests. 

Fisher AmbassadorJeremy stern

Specialization: Accounting & Economics with Computer Information Science (CIS) minor

Hometown: Naperville, IL

Internships: Vector Marketing (Pilot Sales Manager), Raymond James (Wealth Management Intern), AMEND Consulting (Analyst)

On-campus/community involvement: Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity, Undergraduate Business Council, Raymond James Financial, International Affairs Scholars

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: The opportunities and connections it affords me every single day, as well as the ability to make a large school like OSU small.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Never be afraid to reach out to another student. Whether they are a senior or a fellow freshman, every other student in Fisher  knows something that you do not and has experiences that you do not. Go out there and learn as much as you can.

Fisher AmbassadorJoe Kline

Specialization: Finance with Economics minor

Hometown: Louisville, KY

My internships: Lincoln Financial Advisors (Wealth Management Intern), DHL Supply Chain (Life Sciences Financial Analyst), KPMG

 On-campus/community involvement: Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity, Business Honors Learning Community, College Mentors for Kids, Delta Tau Delta, Buckeye Undergraduate Consulting Club, Romophos – Sophomore Class Honorary, Honors Cohort

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: I enjoy being surrounded by intelligent and motivated individuals that are always willing to help. The camaraderie that I found here is one of the main reasons I am proud to say I am a Fisher student.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Get involved the moment you step foot on this campus. This is the best way, in my opinion, to discover what you are passionate about. It also opens doors to new friendships that will last a lifetime.

Fisher AmbassadorNic Joy

Specialization: Finance & Economics

Hometown: Canton, OH

Internships: Governor’s Office (Cabinet and Legislative Affairs Intern), Davey Tree (Financial Accounting Intern), Goldman Sachs (Investment Banking)

On-campus/community involvement: Fisher Ambassador, Fisher Futures, Buckeye Capital Investors, Business Builders, Honors Cohort

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: The motivating culture created from the thousands of hard-working, ambitious students striving to achieve their goals.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Do not let yourself get “siloed” in the business world. While Fisher is incredible in and of itself, take advantage of the wealth of opportunities Ohio State has to offer. It will broaden your perspective and introduce you to new circles and ideologies.

Fisher AmbassadorNick Lucidi

Specialization: Finance with Economics minor

Hometown: Moorestown, NJ 

Internships: Crowe Horwatch, Bayada Home Healthcare

On-campus/community involvement: Business Scholars Leadership Council (Sports Chair), Sigma Phi Epsilon (Intramural Chair)

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: I enjoy the small school feel that Fisher provides. Even though Ohio State has around 60,000 students, Fisher has a much smaller atmosphere. I see a lot of the same faces around the computer labs and study areas. I know at least one person in every core class, which makes me that much more comfortable, and at home.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Get involved as early as possible. It may be intimidating to walk into a small room of people you don’t know but those people will become your friends and mentors as you transition into college. Putting yourself out there is the best thing you can do for yourself.

Fisher Ambassadorsara jellinek

Specialization: Human Resources with Organizational Communications minor

Hometown: Doylestown, PA

Internships: Applus, JP Morgan Chase

On-campus/community involvement: Fashion Forward (VP of Community Service), Chi Omega Sorority, Greek Programming Board (Logistics Committee)

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: The plethora of opportunities for students to get involved within Ohio State and even outside of the university. Fisher provides many clubs and organizations, but is also provides opportunities to grow outside of the classroom.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Get involved with something you enjoy that doesn’t necessarily have to do with your major. School is obviously every student’s priority, but having an extra outlet is super helpful during stressful times in college.

Fisher AmbassadorWill Quirk

Specialization: Finance

Hometown:  Canfield, OH

Internships:  Lincoln Financial (Wealth Management Intern), KeyBank (M&A Investment Banking Analyst)

On-campus/community involvement: Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program, Business Honors Learning Community, Buckeye Undergraduate Consulting Club, Delta Sigma Pi Professional Fraternity, Delta Tau Delta 

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: The alumni. Ohio State has left a great impression on everyone who has attended this school. In any industry at any age, Fisher alumni are more than happy to connect with students and talk about their experiences. It really helps grow your network having so much in common with so many people in so many places. 

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Get involved as quickly as possible. There are endless resources in Fisher with students who are doing amazing things. The best way to meet people, learn about Ohio State and business is to join an organization and connect with your peers.

Juniors

Fisher AmbassadorAli Graham

Specialization: MIS

Hometown: Perrysburg, OH

Internships: PolyOne (IT Applications Team), Cisco (IT Analyst)

On-campus/community involvement: Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity, Alpha Phi Sorority, Information Systems Association (President), Fisher Peer Advisor, and Council of Student Affairs. 

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: The Fisher community is what makes Fisher so special. I am surrounded by a group of peers and faculty who continually support and challenge me to learn new perspectives.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Say “yes” to every opportunity that comes your way your first year. Don’t be afraid to try something new because these 4 years are the best time to discover what you’re truly passionate about, who you are, and who you hope to become.

Fisher AmbassadorKyle mckinney

Specialization: Marketing

Hometown: Dayton, OH

Internships: Bucks Go Pro (Marketing Intern)

On-campus/community involvement: Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc., Council of Black Students in Administration (CBSA), Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC)

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: I enjoy the resources that are available to Fisher students such as QUIC and FisherConnect. These two things allow you to get a head start in networking and finding your career as well as developing you professionally for the real world.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Utilize as many of the resources as you can before you graduate. Time flies by, so don’t miss the opportunities that Fisher offers to you!

Fisher Ambassadorlily Yan

Specialization: Accounting with Political Science minor

Hometown: Toledo, OH

Internships: KPMG (Corporate Management Intern)

On-campus/community involvement: Chinese American Student Association (treasurer), Business Honors Learning Community, Taylor Tower Hall Council, Deloitte Career Lauch Program

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: The connections you make with professors, academic advisors, and other business students (and the comfortable chairs in Schoenbaum Hall).

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Be bold and try new things. Participate in a case competition. Join a business fraternity. Attend the Fisher career fair and talk to professionals from companies you’re interested in- don’t limit yourself! Step out of your comfort zone. Challenge yourself and take advantage of all the resources Fisher has to offer.

Fisher AmbassadorMaria Bandwen

Specialization: Finance

Hometown: Akron, Ohio

Internships: Chuz App (Content Editor); CC&J Ltd. (Summer Law Clerk)

On-campus/community involvement: Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity (Manager of Standards and Compliance), Scarlette Magazine, Undergraduate Business Women’s Association

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: Although Ohio State is a big school, being a part of the Fisher community is what makes it feel like home. Whether it be joining the same organizations, or just seeing familiar faces around campus, the Fisher community will never leave your side.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Being the best “you” that you can be involves a lot of trial and error – especially when you aren’t exactly sure who “you” are. Your college years are extremely formative, so its very important to take advantage of every opportunity that you come across. For me, that’s how I have found, and am still finding, who am I and what excites me!

Fisher AmbassadorMason White

Specialization: Accounting

Hometown: Milltown, NJ

Internships:  Jabil Circuit (Mergers & Acquisitions Intern)

On-campus/community involvement:  Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity; Scarlet & Gray Financial; Buckeye Undergraduate Consulting Club

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student:  I enjoy reaching out and building friendships with the students in my Fisher classes. You tend to see familiar faces throughout, so I found it important to get to know these people early. Many of my Fisher friends are involved in other functions, so they have been a resource for me to discover new opportunities at Ohio State and vice versa.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student:  Don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone or try something brand new~ Several things I’ve done, like joining SigEp or studying abroad, were things I never imagined myself doing before, and it’s because of them that I have made long-lasting friendships and memories.

Fisher AmbassadorMax wasserman

Specialization: Finance

Hometown: Downers Grove, IL

On-campus/community involvement: Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity (Treasurer), Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program

Internships: Ikove Venture Partners

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: The wide variety of options and programs that Fisher provides to students. Whether it be in the form of a faculty run program or a student organization; whether it helps your professional career or is just a hobby you find interesting there is something for everybody to get involved in.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Step so far out of your comfort zone that you are forced to grow. College can be a transcending experience but you need to put in the work to get the full potential out of it. I would encourage every student to go and try different clubs and organizations. Be the one who gets up in front of the class to answer a question even if your shy. Use all the resources, teachers, upperclassmen and truly try to get all you can out of your time at Fisher.

Fisher Ambassadorsaiid khusenov

Specialization: MIS

Hometown: Symmes, OH  (Moscow, Russia)

 Internships: Ameriprise Financial (Financial Planning Intern)

On-campus community involvement: Kappa Sigma Fraternity (Recruitment Chair), Buckeye Capital Investors, Undergraduate Student Government, Buckeye Undergraduate Consulting Club

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: In my opinion, Fisher by far has the most interesting and outgoing collection of students on campus, so whether it’s a club, program, organization or class, I am always surrounded by friends and people I want to talk to and work with.

Best advice that I would share with a new Fisher student: Don’t just join clubs or organizations for the sake of it, or just because you hear it’s a great networking tool. Pair an involvement with your major, or something that you can see yourself doing in the future. A club that has students that have experience in the field you want to pursue and can mentor you is an invaluable experience.

Fisher Ambassadorvirginia layfield

Specialization: Accounting (Pre-Med) with Dance minor

Hometown: West Chester, OH

On-campus/community involvement: Buckeyethon, Stylez Dance Group (Treasurer), National Association of Black Accountants, Morrill Scholars Program Student Leader

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: Fisher offers many opportunities for academic, personal, and professional growth (even in your first year!). Fisher offers abroad programs geared toward first year students. Programs such as Business Scholars, allows you to improve soft skills by attending events geared towards current business issues. The small class sizes create a more intimate learning environment, and these are just a few perks of being a Fisher student. We also get 500 free prints each semester!

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Get involved! This will be said over a million times to you in your first year because it is very vital to your overall experience. Fisher has many student organizations in which you’ll meet like-minded students who are in business and may be great study buddies. But also, find a student organization you are passionate about, whether it be in Fisher or not, or create one you are passionate about so that you can do something you love and eventually, be on its leadership board to gain experience as a leader.

Sophomores

Fisher AmbassadorDhruv Taneja

Specialization: MIS

Hometown: Worthington, Ohio

Internships: Sycamore Growth Group

On-campus/community involvement: Scarlet and Grey Financial, Mount Leadership Society, Indian American Association.

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: The small resources that non-business students don’t have like: our own personal coffee shop within the business campus, free wireless printing (you’ll never have to use a flash drive again), free resumé help, and clubs to get involved with your major immediately!

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Make a spreadsheet of contacts. You’re going to meet a lot of different of people who are more than willing to talk to you and hire you. Every time you meet someone new, add their contact info and small description about them for your future records. This will pay off in the long run!

Fisher Ambassadorjasmin shaw

Specialization: Finance & International Business

Hometown: Atlanta, GA

On-campus/community involvement: Morrill Scholars, National Association of Black Accountants (SCREP Chair), Semester of Service, Undergraduate Black Law Student Association (Treasurer)

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: The people. Being a part of Fisher allows you to create a network of some of the best students and faculty in the world.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Don’t be afraid to try new things. Attend different club meetings until you find the right fit. Apply for every opportunity put in front of you, even if you do not believe you will get it.  Be open-minded when selecting your classes.

Fisher Ambassadorkevin Gramajo

Specialization: Accounting

Hometown: Cleveland, Ohio

On-campus/community involvement: Morrill Scholars Program Learning Community, Office Assistant at Blackburn House, Latino Student Association (VP of Outreach and Engagement), Hispanic Business Student Association (VP of Communications), American Red Cross Club (VP of Marketing)

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: The ability to be part of one the most modern and innovative colleges on campus.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Networking is more than just meeting with recruiters, in your very classroom you are sitting next to future CEO’s, venture capitalists, and other business professionals. Meet everyone you can and maintain good relations with all of them.

Fisher Ambassadorrooney mantena

Specialization: Marketing & Economics

Hometown: Rochester, NY

Internships: The New York Times (Campus Ambassador), Partners+Napier (Business Development/Social Media Intern)

On-campus/community involvement: Pen PALS (VP of Marketing), Buckeye Undergraduate Consulting Club, Fisher Ink, Business Scholars

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student: Literally endless resources and opportunity! There’s constantly companies coming in to speak and work with us,  1,000+ different student orgs to get involved in, an entire city around us to explore and get hands on experience, it’s incredible. Fisher gives you everything you need to pursue your passions, it’s just a matter of taking initiative.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Don’t be afraid to reach out to people! Most people are happy to talk, and on a campus with this much going on, it can be hard to find your unique path. Talking with faculty and upperclassmen is not only a great way to build connections, it’s invaluable in terms of finding your own passions and figuring out what it is you want to do.

Fisher Ambassadorsangeet brar

Specialization: Finance & Marketing

Hometown: San Jose, CA

On-campus/community involvement: Business Honors Learning Community, Public Relations Chair on Taylor Tower Hall Council, Research Assistant in Department of Communications, American Marketing Association, Pen Pal Program

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student:  I was fortunate enough to go to Germany with the Fisher Freshmen Global Lab, and that was one of the best experiences of my life! I love that Fisher not only has these opportunities but also makes them affordable and attainable for all its students.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Once you get used to Fisher, you realize that OSU really doesn’t feel that big. You’ll constantly see the same people in many of your classes or just around campus. My advice would be to talk to as many people as you can. The Fisher community has so many motivated students, staff, and professors. Talk to them. Make those connections that will last a lifetime.

Fisher Ambassadorvictoria knyszek

Specialization: Finance

Hometown: Hinckley, Ohio 

Internships: Third Federal Savings and Loan

On-campus/community involvement: Fisher Citizenship Program (VP of Sponsorship), Undergraduate Business Women's Association, Fisher Peer mentor, Fisher Cares, STEP (Second year program), Fisher Early arrival volunteer.

What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student:  Fisher provides a unique experience for each and every student. The available resources allow individuals in a larger school to get exactly what they want and need form their time at Ohio State.

Best advice would I would share with a new Fisher student: Do not be discouraged by failure; if you consistently put yourself out there, good things will happen!

QUESTIONS? Ask an Ambassador! 

FCOB-ambassador@osu.edu