October 7, 2020 | 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. EST


Business Partner Forum
Student Panelists

Meet the students who will be participating in our back-to-school panel discussion.

In this panel discussion, you will hear directly from students about their perception so far as it relates to the on-campus experience in the midst of a pandemic. Find out what they miss the most this semester, how their outlook on higher education has been impacted, and what causes them the most psychological stress. You will leave with a better understanding of students’ holistic needs as we progress further into the fall.

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Joseph Ucci

Drexel University

Joseph Ucci is a Marketing major at the Drexel University in Philadelphia with plans to graduate in December 2020. He is a member of Drexel student ambassadors, the Dean’s Student Advisory Board, Diversity & Inclusion Group, and is also a resident assistant.

Mary Cathryn Wolfert

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Mary Cathryn Wolfert is a Communications major at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with plans to graduate in spring 2024. In her freshman year, she is a new member of Chi Omega and recently joined Swing NC, a UNC voter outreach group.

Stacey Speranza

University of Toronto

Stacey Speranza is a business student in the Rotman Commerce Program at the University of Toronto with plans to graduate in spring 2023. She is a member of the Rotman Commerce Students Association, Rotman Commerce Women in Business, as well as the Greek Student Association.

Kyle Saavedra

Loyola Marymount University

Kyle Saavedra is a Communication Studies & Film, Television, and Media Studies double major at Loyola Marymount University with plans to graduate in spring 2022. He is a member of Delta Kappa Alpha, a Professional Cinematic Arts Fraternity, Undergraduate Student Government, and works as a Campus Tour Guide.

Sidartha Rakuram

Georgia Institute of Technology

Sidartha is a computer science student at the Georgia Institute of Technology with plans to graduate in spring 2021. He has been involved in the Student Government Association, the Student Center Programs Council (a student programming organization), and is also a resident assistant.

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