UST MBA Student Association

Students who wish to play a key leadership role in the development of their peers and the M.B.A. degree can become a part of the UST MBA Student Association. 

The Student Association exists to improve the reputation of the UST MBA program by enhancing the educational experience of its members through activities that foster a sense of ethical leadership, professionalism and community.

In this capacity, the student association is the primary interface between the student body and the faculty and administration. The student association is more than just a student advocacy group. Members of the association work to plan social events and boost networking contacts in the Twin Cities area. In short, the student association exists to make your time as a UST MBA student as enjoyable and rewarding as possible.



UST MBA Student Association Executive Committee

Preeti Sam


Minneapolis, MN 
Concordia College, Moorhead, MN | Biology, Chemistry minor
UST Concentration: Marketing/Finance 
Career Goal: Work in a role that collaborates with the product development and the marketing team

Liseth Bucheli

VP of Clubs

Bogota, Colombia 
University of Minnesota | Economics and Global Studies
UST Concentration: Management and Marketing 
Career Goal: Empower leadership, diversity and sustainability in a business environment

Max Shapiro

VP of Communications

Rochester, MN 
University of St. Thomas| Leadership and Management 
UST Concentration: JD/MBA 
Career Goal: Make a worldwide impact in helping people seek their best lives

Alex Langefels

VP of Ethics

St. Louis Park, MN 
University of Wisconsin-Madison| Mechanical Engineering 
UST Concentration: Operations-Finance 
Career Goal: Be instrumental in change management and develop corporate initiatives

Brianne Hamm

VP of External Affairs

Rochester, MN 
Luther College, Decorah IA | Communication and Business Management 
UST Concentration: Marketing 
Career Goal: Work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment like advertising or brand management with plenty of variety

Lukasz Wlosiak

VP of Finance

Krakow, Poland 
University of St. Thomas| Financial Management 
UST Concentration: Finance  
Career Goal: Obtain a cross-functional finance position

Mallory Tevis

VP of Internal Affairs

Minneapolis, MN 
University of Minnesota| Sociology  
UST Concentration: Marketing and Entrepreneurship
Career Goal: Obtain a corporate marketing position that allows her to tackle challenging problems in a supportive environment and grow in both personally and professionally