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Mina Alanoly, Class of 2015
Education: McGill University, BEng Electrical Engineering
Work Experience: Project Manager at Cisco, Business Analyst at Excelacom
Lauren Pully, Class of 2015
Education: Columbia University, BS Computer Science
Work Experience: Computer Programmer at Goldman Sachs
Jing Yang, Class of 2015
Education: University of Pennsylvania, BA Economics
Work Experience: Finance Manager at American Express
Vice Presidents and Directors
Speakers & Events VPs
Krista Bahm is currently a first-year MBA student at MIT Sloan. She spent three years at Goldman Sachs as a financial analyst in the Investment Management Division. She graduated from Bowdoin College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Environmental Studies. She is the Vice President of Sponsorship for the Sloan Women in Management Club and is currently a Board Fellow for the Kendall Square Association.
Andrea is an MBA Candidate at MIT Sloan, Class of 2016, and is the President of the Sloan Design Club. Andrea grew up in Rhode Island and has lived in Cambridge since 2011. She holds a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Rhode Island; her work experience prior to Sloan involved product development and commercialization of consumer and industrial products. Andrea considers herself a creative mastermind, and she is passionate about her hobbies of graphic design and watercolor painting.
Jesica Bixby is a first-year MBA and VP of Admissions for SWIM. Before coming to Sloan, Jessica was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nicaragua where she focused on small business development and maternal and child health. She also has spent time with PwC Advisory and TATCHA, a luxury skincare company based in San Francisco, CA and plans to work in management consulting this summer. Outside of school, Jessica is trying to become a better cook and salsa dancer.
Jessica is a first-year MBA student with a focus on strategy, marketing, and operations in the Enterprise Management track. Prior to returning to school, she spent four years at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in a business development and client management role for the commercial banking Technology Industry Group. She also “moonlighted” extensively as Communications Chair for the corporate women’s network and as President of a local Toastmasters club, among other professional development and volunteer pursuits.
At Sloan, Jessica is a VP of SWIM and the Leadership & Human Capital Club, and serves as a Sloan Ambassador to prospective students. She also enjoys getting involved in the many student activities around campus, such as teaching (and performing) dances for the C-Functions.
Jessica graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.S. in Business Administration from the Haas School of Business and a B.A. in Economics.
Rosanna is currently a first year MBA student at MIT Sloan. She has spent the last three years at MIT doing research in the chemical engineering department, working towards her PhD in Chemical Engineering Practice. This is a joint degree program with the MBA, combining technical research with management experience at Sloan. Prior to moving to the East Coast, Rosanna grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and attended the University of California, Berkeley for undergrad. She enjoys trying new activities, whether it be embarking on new adventures through traveling or trying a new recipe in the kitchen. She also loves party and event planning, from hosting dinner parties, throwing bridal showers, or organizing business school conferences.
Rebecca Gould is part of the LGO Class of 2016 program and previously worked at Accenture. She graduated from MIT with a BS in Civil Engineering. For fun, she enjoys traveling and being outdoors.
Community Events VPs
After graduating from the University of Virginia in 2008 with a B.A. in Religious Studies, I spent two years working as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ukraine where I taught English as a Foreign Language to elementary and high school students. When I returned, I began working as a Project Manager at the FDA where I worked with teams responsible for writing, publishing, and enforcing food safety regulations. Most recently, I worked on a team responsible for maintaining and enhancing athenahealth’s medical billing software. At Sloan, I am focusing on healthcare and technology and am also interested in operations management and organizational behavior.
Alumni Relations VPs
Michelle is an M.B.A. candidate at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Before Sloan, she worked at Fidelity Investments in various strategy and business development capacities. Prior to that, she was an analyst at Deutsche Bank in the Commercial Real Estate group. Michelle received her B.S. in business management from Boston College.
Social Media and Website VPs
Prior to joining Sloan, Gunjan completed her MBA from Indian School of Business (ISB) Hyderabad .At ISB also, she was an active member of Women in Business Club (WIB) and contributed to the success of the club. Coming from a developing country such as India, Gunjan is passionate about women empowerment and have been actively involved in various education and social initiatives. She has worked with NGOs such as Nayi Disha and taught computer and English to underprivileged kids.
On professional front, Gunjan has worked in tech sector for better part of her career and most recently with Microsoft as an Account Manager. She is particularly keen on pursuing Digital Marketing and even writing her thesis in the same field. She is very excited to be part of SWIM club as it gives her an opportunity to contribute to one of the most vibrant clubs at MIT Sloan.
In her free time, Gunjan likes to read, write and travel.
Prior to Sloan, Kate graduated from Macalester College in Minnesota where she studied mathematics. Afterwards, she worked at Target for three years in digital interactive marketing. Simultaneously she managed a non-profit called Girls in Tech, that focuses on engaging and empowering women and girls to pursue technology fields. It is this passion for female empowerment that brings her to business school and the SWIM Organization.
After Sloan, Kate hopes to enter the entertainment industry working in digital content distribution. Entertainment/Media has the opportunity to impact so many lives, especially young girls, across the world.
In her free time, Kate collects action figures, eats donuts, and watches The Walking Dead.
Co-chairsof the Breaking the Mold conference
Elena Mendez is a Sloan MBA Candidate (2015) and co-chair of the 2015 SWIM Conference. She is very excited to be co-Director of “Breaking the Mold”, an initiative hosted by SWIM that is shaping the conversation on MIT campus about the role of implicit bias as obstacles for equal opportunities. At Sloan, she is also a member of the Dean’s Task Force for Gender Diversity and enjoys every opportunity to put into practice her passion for teaching.