Undergraduate - Business Ambassadors
As a prospective W. P. Carey student, you can rely on Business Ambassadors to help you learn more about the student experience, answer your questions about the admissions process, and help you transition into our program. Ambassadors also promote the W. P. Carey School of Business and lend a hand with a variety of recruiting events throughout the year - including panel discussions for prospective students, W. P. Carey Days, and high school visits.
Take a look at the biographies below of the current executive board Ambassador team. If you have any questions, feel free to contact any one of them with your question.
When you become a student here, the school of business is always looking for students to become Ambassadors. If you are successful, professional and proud to represent the W. P. Carey School of Business, please follow Business Ambassadors on Facebook to get updates on the recruitment schedule. Business Ambassador recruitment is generally held early each fall semester.
ASU Tempe Ambassadors
Major: Finance & Mathematics (Statistics), May 2016
Hometown: Phoenix, Arizona
Campus Involvement: Ascend, McCord Scholars Program
Scholarships: McCord Scholarship, Regents High Honors Scholarship
Career Goals: Upon graduation, Ivan plans to work two or more years in investment banking at Moelis & Company, before assessing whether to continue at the firm, transition into private equity, and/or earn his MBA.
Favorite thing about being a W. P. Carey Student: Being a Business Ambassador and getting to interact with other students within the W. P. Carey Community.
Email Ivan Tang
Executive Vice President
Major: Supply Chain Management and Economics, 2016
Hometown: Cave Creek, Arizona
Campus Involvement: Community Assistant, Devils' Advocate, McCord Scholars Program
Scholarships: McCord Scholarship, Regents High Honors Endorsement
Career Goals: After graduation, Meghan plans to pursue a career in Global Procurement.
Favorite thing about being a W. P. Carey Student: The community!
Email Meghan Foley
Vice President of Administration, Philanthropy Committee Chair
Major(s): Supply Chain Management, Mathematics
Hometown: Scottsdale, Arizona
Campus Involvement: Supply Chain Management Association
Scholarships: New American University Scholar--President's Award, Regents High Honors Endorsement Scholarship, Commended National Merit Scholar
Career Goals: To work in various different supply chains, perhaps open up her own business, and earn her MBA somewhere along the way.
Favorite thing about being a W. P. Carey Student: The camaraderie amongst all the students (being able to dream BIG - together!) Also...the amazing and dedicated professors of the W.P. Carey School.
Email Hannah Murphy
Vice President of Finance, Social Committee Chair
Major: Economics and Mathematics, May 2018
Hometown: Lakeville, Minnesota
Campus Involvement: Devil’s Advocates
Scholarships: New American University Scholar--President’s Award, Flint Hills Discovery Scholarship
Career Goals: Maddie plans to pursue a career involving Economics and/or Math.
Favorite thing about being a W. P. Carey Student: The community. Students really get to know other students and faculty on a personal level.
Email Madison Cranmer
VP of Marketing and Recruitment
Major: Supply Chain Management, Minor in Food and Nutrition Management, International Business Certificate, May 2017
Hometown: Yuma, AZ
Campus Involvement: Community Assistant for Barrett, the Honors College, Tillman Scholar, Supply Chain Management Association
Scholarships: New American University President's Award, Yuma Masonic Lodge Scholarship, El Diablito Alumni Scholarship
Career Goals: I plan to work in supply chain for a multinational corporation in the food and beverage industry.
Favorite thing about being a W. P. Carey Student: All of the unforgettable opportunities and experiences I've had through the business school like studying abroad in the Czech Republic and going to New York City on the Social Capital Tour.
Email Ashley Hyland