Spring Conference Co-Chairs

 
 
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Lauren Shaoul

Lauren Shaoul is a senior in the School of Business pursuing a BBA with a double concentration in Marketing and International Business, and a minor in Psychology. She has been involved in GWWIB since her freshman year and has since served on GWWIB’s Board as the Spring Conference Networking Director, Vice President of Corporate Relations and Spring Conference Co-Chair. In addition to her involvement in GWWIB, Lauren is a student coordinator for the F. David Fowler Career Center and a member of a sorority. Professionally, Lauren is interested in pursuing a career in the beauty industry and has explored her interest through hands on internships at L’Oréal, MAKE UP FOR EVER USA and bluemercury.

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Amanda Gryga

Amanda Gryga is a junior pursuing a BBA with a double concentration in Finance and Marketing.  She was a GWWIB ambassador her freshmen year and was the Spring Conference Networking Director last year. Over this past summer, Amanda interned at Willis Towers Watson, a global advisory and risk management firm. In her career, she aspires to combine her aptitude for business and  mathematics with her passion for creativity. Amanda is also the Vice President of Events for the Undergraduate Business Association, and the Academic Excellence Chair for her sorority. Last year she was a First Year Development Program Mentor, and was named GWSB’s Sophomore of the Year.

 
 
 
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Ashley Ann Renz, Co-Director of Networking

Ashley Ann Renz is a sophomore from Princeton, NJ majoring in marketing and finance and minoring in French. On campus, she serves on the board of her sorority and is a charter member of the Women in Finance Alliance. She currently works for J.Crew as a sales associate, and interned for a local wealth management firm over the summer. Ashley Ann hopes to work alongside her co-director in order to put together fun and exciting swag bags for the conference!

 

Angela Zisa, Co-Director of Networking

Angela Zisa is a sophomore in The School of Business, intending to concentrate in Business Economics and Public Policy and minor in Communication. This year, Angela is the Spring Conference Co-Networking together and will be working on outreach to Spring Conference sponsors. As a freshman, Angela served on the Awards Committee for the 2nd Annual Gala and played a vital role in the creation and implementation of "The Georgie"--GWWIB’s Leadership of Excellence Award. Along with her involvement in GWWIB, Angela is also the Marketing Chair for her sorority, Sigma Delta Tau and is a member of TAMID group. She is so excited to see the Spring Conference’s work come together on April 7th.

 

Agnes Broden, Director of Marketing

My name is Agnes, and I’m this years' Director of Marketing for the Spring Conference! Apart from my position in GWWIB, I’m a Junior in the business school, double-concentrating in International Business and Marketing with a Minor in Sustainability. I’m currently abroad in Sydney, Australia, where I, apart from traveling and exploring the country, am studying Sustainability and Marketing on a deeper level and interning with the Sydney Environment Institute. I’m so excited for this years’ Spring Conference, and to work with the incredible conference team on putting together an unforgettable event!

 

Camille Bartsch, Director of PR (Spring)

As a sophomore, I am a Marketing and Sports Management double concentration in the School of Business and minoring in journalism in the School of Media and Public Affairs. This summer, I was a digital communications intern at Fuse Marketing in Burlington, Vermont working on the Mountain Dew, Amazon Prime College, and Izze accounts. At GW, I am involved on the marketing committee with my sorority Kappa Alpha Theta and participate on Model United Nations for the International Affairs Society.  I am also a FYDP mentor for a great class of freshmen. Can’t wait for another incredible Spring Conference and to be working with Lauren and Amanda!

 

Sarah Hawk, Director of Logistics

Sarah is a junior in the School of Business, concentrating in Finance and International Business with a minor in French. She is excited to be an influential part of this year's Spring Conference as the Logistics Director. Sarah has been involved with GWWIB since freshman year, previously serving on the Board as VP of Finance during the 2016-2017 school year.  In addition to GWWIB, she is also the Co-VP of Corporate Relations for the new student organization at GW, the Women in Finance Alliance (WIFA), as well as an active brother of the business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi. Presently, Sarah is spending the Fall 2017 semester studying abroad in Paris, France at ESSEC Business School.