Admissions

Talk to a student

Talking to a current student is one of the best ways to learn more about your future at the W. P. Carey School of Business. In fact, there’s a group of W. P. Carey students dedicated to helping you do just that. You can rely on Business Ambassadors to answer your questions about the admission process, student life, and everything in between — drop us a line to get started.

Meet the Business Ambassadors

If you have any questions or just want to learn more, feel free to contact the Business Ambassadors — they love talking about the W. P. Carey School just as much as they love learning here. Current students with W. P. Carey pride and knowledge to share are welcome to learn more about joining Business Ambassadors.


Maddie Cranmer
President

 
Major: Economics, Mathematics
Hometown: Lakeville, MN
Campus involvement: Business Ambassadors, Devils’ Advocates
Scholarships: New American University Scholar (President's Award)
Career goals: Maddie plans to pursue a career in finance or supply chain in the aerospace industry.

Maddie Cranmer
President

“My favorite thing about W. P. Carey is all of the unique opportunities it offers, ranging from the Social Capital Tour to very niche majors and everything in between.”

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Eli Schifman
Executive Vice President

 
Major: Finance and Economics, May 2019
Hometown: Scottsdale, AZ
Campus involvement: Business Ambassadors, Business School Council, Investment Banking Industry Scholars
Scholarships: New American University Scholar (President's Award), McCord Scholar
Career goals: Investment banking, private equity, or corporate development.

Eli Schifman
Executive Vice President

“My favorite thing about W. P. Carey is that my peers and my professors are always available to give me advice and help me succeed!”

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Thomas Anderson
Vice President of Finance

 
Major: Finance and Business Data Analytics
Hometown: Jacksonville, FL
Campus involvement: Business Ambassadors (VP Finance), WPC 101 Facilitator, APPLE, Leadership Scholarship Program
Scholarships: New American University Scholar (President's Award)
Career goals: Thomas plans to become a fixed-income/equity trader for a large financial services firm.

Thomas Anderson
Vice President of Finance

“My favorite thing about W. P. Carey is the inclusiveness and openness of the students. Almost everyone that attends this school is open to speak about what they’re involved in, what classes they’re taking, or any advice that they’d like to give. The peers that you gain are some of the most invaluable resources, and most genuine friends that you can gain.”

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Aashini Choksi
Vice President of Marketing and Recruitment

 
Major: Economics and Business Law
Hometown: Tempe, AZ
Campus involvement: Business Ambassadors, Student Admissions Relations Team (START), Honors Devils, Barrett Leadership and Service Team (BLAST)
Scholarships: New American University Scholar (President's Award), WPC Alumni Chapter General Scholarship
Career goals: With the hope of either becoming a lawyer or pursuing the field of economics, Aashini plans to attend law school and pursue an advanced degree before joining the workforce. After graduation, Aashini would like to become a lawyer or work in economic development.

Aashini Choksi
Vice President of Marketing and Recruitment

“My favorite thing about W. P. Carey is the people and passion!”

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Hunter Colleran
Vice President of Administration

 
Major: Global Politics and International Business
Hometown: Goodyear, AZ
Campus involvement: Business Ambassadors, WPC 101 Facilitator, Co-Host to “Getting Down to Business: The W. P. Carey Podcast”
Scholarships: Deans Scholar
Career goals: Hunter plans to pursue his passion for media, marketing, and app development in the West Coast startup ecosystem.

Hunter Colleran
Vice President of Administration

“My favorite thing about W. P. Carey is its focus on creating a collaborative community among its students, staff, and administration.”

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Discover W. P. Carey

W. P. Carey provides a unique opportunity for rising high school seniors to experience and learn about business through our high school summer programs. These are residential experiences for students to get an early look at life as a college student. Available mostly to rising high school seniors (having just finished their junior year), these are ideal for students of any background to get hands-on knowledge and familiarity with the W. P. Carey School of Business and ASU.