Love School of Business Student Organizations

Alpha Kappa Psi

The nation's oldest and largest professional business fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi has been on Elon's campus since 1985 and currently has a brotherhood of 70+ members. It focuses primarily on out-of-classroom professional development and service to the community.
President: Melissa Roy
Advisors: Henry Walling, Assistant Director of Campus Center Operations, Pat Bell, Lecturer in Management

American Marketing Association

The American Marketing Association (AMA) has a network with over 30,000 members who work, teach and study within the field of marketing. Elon’s student-run chapter provides its members with the ability to expand their marketing skills by learning from real-world professionals. Members have the opportunity to attend meetings featuring guest speakers, participate in hands-on marketing activities, network with other members, and access AMA’s member-only online resources, including job and internship postings.
President: Rachel Cantlay
Advisors: Alisha Horky, Assistant Professor of Marketing, Nicole Filippo, LSB Communications Manager

Beta Alpha Psi

This is the international honor organization recognizing students in the fields of accounting, finance and information systems. Beta Alpha Psi hosts a variety of weekly presentations and events on relevant industry topics.
President: Nicholas Massey
Advisor: Patty Cox, Assistant Professor of Accounting

Beta Gamma Sigma

This international honor society provides the highest recognition a business student may achieve in a baccalaureate or graduate program at a school accredited by AACSB International. Beta Gamma Sigma's mission is to encourage and honor academic achievement in the study of business, foster personal and professional excellence to advance the values of the society, and to serve its lifelong members.
Vice President: Allison Nylen
Advisor: Raghu Tadepalli, Dean of the Love School of Business

Delta Sigma Pi

Delta Sigma Pi strives to strike the perfect balance between the fraternity and other commitments students have. Members meet bi-weekly to learn from speakers, participate in workshops, and improve their networking skills. They apply what is learned in business classes to real world situations in order to shape a better business student and a better member of the Elon community.
President: Francesca Filandro
Advisor: Mark Courtright, Instructor in Management

Economics Club

The Economics Club provides opportunities for students to learn more about the field of economics beyond the classroom. The club fosters relationships between faculty and students through events in a casual and social atmosphere.
President: Maxwell Hausle
Advisor: Jennifer Platania, Associate Professor of Economics  

Elon Microfinance Initiative

Elon Microfinance Initiative (EMI) works locally and internationally to promote sustainable giving by providing support to small business owners. On a local scale, we provide creative work and networking assistance to small business owners, while our international impact is made through loans to developing countries and businesses.
President: Brad Clark
Advisor: Tonmoy Islam, Assistant Professor of Economics


We are a community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better, more sustainable world.
President: Kyle McKinley
Advisors: Stacy Outlaw, Director of Undergraduate Programs, Sean McMahon, Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship

Financial Management Association International

Elon's chapter of the Financial Management Association International, a world-wide organization of finance academicians and professionals, focuses on identifying and pursuing career paths and opportunities, while developing meaningful relationships in industry.
President: Charlie May
Advisor: Chris Harris, Assistant Professor of Finance

Omicron Delta Epsilon International Economics Honor Society

The objectives of Omicron Delta Epsilon include recognizing scholastic accomplishments and honoring outstanding achievements in economics, and establishing of closer ties between students and faculty in economics within and among colleges and universities.
President: Ken Crew
Advisor: Brandon Sheridan, Assistant Professor of Economics

Phoenix Capital

Phoenix Capital is Elon's first investment club, which aims to facilitate student learning about the investment industry. Students participate through the hands on and collaborative experience of managing a simulated stock portfolio. Members range in experience, knowledge, and age, which allows all members to learn from each other.
President: Andrew Zung
Advisor: Susan Kirkland, Assistant Vice President of Finance

Project Management Club

The Project Management Club is a student-run professional organization to create a sense of community and raise awareness of the project management track within the management major. This club will help students meet other students interested in project management, learn more about internship and career opportunities, refine interview skills, attend guest speaker events, and prepare for the CAPM exam.
President: Jenny Sokalski
Advisor: Matt Valle, Martha and Spencer Love Professor of Business

Sigma Iota Epsilon

Both an honorary and professional fraternity, Sigma Iota Epsilon is the premiere fraternal organization in management in the U.S. The new Elon SIE chapter will utilize students' achievements and spread the importance of the management major throughout the campus and community.
President: Joshua Langel
Advisor: Rob Moorman, Frank S. Holt, Jr. Professor of Business Leadership

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

SHRM is a professional society that invites undergraduate and graduate students of all majors to participate in programs that enhance career development, management skills and networking opportunities. SHRM is a national organization, and Elon's chapter is affiliated with the Alamance County Human Resource Management Association.
President: Rebecca Karpinos
Advisor: Brian Lyons, Associate Professor of Management

Women in Finance

Women in Finance is a student-led organization that brings Elon alumni and prominent women in finance to speak to members, provides opportunities to network and learn more about career paths within the field of finance, and offers mentoring between under and upperclassmen students.
President: Madison Mordoh
Advisor: Kate Upton, Assistant Professor of Finance

For more information on how to get involved in the Love School of Business, contact Stacy Outlaw, director of undergraduate programs, at