The Marketing Association is run by three student leaders: President, Vice President, and Director of Finance.
The board meets bi-weekly on Tuesdays at 3pm
Siamac received his undergraduate degree at UC Berkeley and worked at Target for two years as an Assistant Store Manager. He is particularly interested in consumer marketing due to his experience in the retail industry. This summer, Siamac will be completing his internship at Walmart Inc., where he will be working with a private label team at Sam’s Club.
Thomas grew up in San Francisco and received his undergraduate degree with a double major in Economics and International Relations from UC Davis. He has had experience working in the retail, finance, and construction industries. He is now back at UC Davis GSM to focus on his interest in marketing and business development. He is particularly interested in the consumer retail industry.
Director of Finance
Born and raised in Seattle, Emily earned her BA in History at University of Washington. After two years at Marriott, she came to UC Davis to earn her MBA with an emphasis on Marketing and Business Analytics. Emily plans to become a brand manager, and is particularly interested in the consumer electronics industry.
Her love of football led her to USA Football, where she will spend the summer analyzing their social media efforts.
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