The Scott L. Carmona College of Business and Management welcomes the newest cohort of the Vitito Global Leadership Institute. The seventh cohort of leaders began their journey in the Winter 2019 semester.
Kayla Burdick is a first-generation college student and a management major from Hartland, Michigan. Her current career goals include either human resource management or taking over the family real estate business.
Daniel Evard is a management major from Imlay City, Michigan, and is a Resident Assistant in the Merry Jo Brandimore House. His professional goals include a career as either an Operations Manager or a Human Resources Manager.
Tessa Graham is from Dundee, Michigan, and is majoring in management. She believes her personal skills would be a good fit for a career in a project management role.
Mersadies Jones is also a management major and is from Corunna, Michigan. Her career goal is to be an event coordinator for a not-for-profit company or at a higher education institute.
Madysen Kontio is from Negaunee, Michigan, and is majoring in management. As a lifelong sports enthusiast, her professional goal is to be involved in athletic and events planning.
Sadia Mahjabeen is an accounting major and International Orientation Leader for incoming international students. Her professional goal is to become a CPA and a business leader that serves the world and drives forward to see positive changes take place.
Nitish Nishtala is an economics major from India. He is a member of 4 different clubs on campus and is very involved in volunteer activities. His professional goal is to become a chartered financial analyst.
Beliveth Parker is an accounting major and Marine Corps veteran. Her professional goal is to be able to work with a company that she can grow with, continue learning, and build her network to continue moving forward in her career.
Lyndsey Schirle is a management major from Chesaning, Michigan, and a busy volunteer both on and off campus. She also hopes to attend law school in the future and advocate for children, minorities and underrepresented groups in America and around the globe.
Evan Schneider from Ashley, Michigan, is a marketing major and holds leadership roles in several groups on campus. He would like to excel in a career he loves at a company that encourages giving back to the community and where he has a role in supporting the company to achieve their goals and continuously improve.
Sierra Szagesh is majoring in marketing and international business and was a Cardinal Business Edge student. Her professional goal is to become a corporate leader who makes a difference for its employees, the company and the greater community.
Madilyn Witherspoon will be graduating from SVSU with two degrees—one in marketing and the other in graphic design. She is also a former Cardinal Business Edge student. Her ultimate objective is to identify a career with a highly respected and innovative organization that will allow her to be challenged both creatively and personally.