GSM Student Association – MPAc
The GSM Student Association - MPAc ("GSMSA-MPAc") enhances the value of the Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAc) student experience by creating a collaborative community that facilitates academic, ethical, social and professional growth.
The GSMSA-MPAc provides a framework for generating ideas to improve the MPAc program, networking with alumni, engaging in philanthropic activities and coordinating extracurricular events.
About our Club
The GSM Student Association – MPAc (GSMSA-MPAc) enhances the value of the Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAc) student experience by creating a collaborative community that facilitates academic, ethical, social and professional growth.
Meet Our Board
The GSMSA-MPAc is run by student officers.
Ruby Ramirez is an accounting enchantress in training. She is also a proud geek, a daughter of Guatemalan immigrants, and an appreciator of seafood! In 2018, she completed her bachelor’s degree from UC Riverside with a concentration in accounting and auditing. In the summer of 2019, after graduating from the UC Davis Master of Professional Accountancy program, Ruby will begin working in PwC’s San Jose office as a core tax associate to continue increasing her accounting skill levels. Connect on LinkedIn
Wanlei Zheng is a 2019 MPAc candidate and a 2nd year 21-month student. She received her bachelor’s in accounting from the University of Colorado-Boulder. After her first year of study in the MPAc program, Wanlei worked as an internal audit intern at Core-Mark. She plans to pursue a career in public accounting after graduation. Wanlei also enjoys hiking, cooking and hanging out with friends in her spare time. Connect on LinkedIn
Director of Finance
Erika Flores is a 2019 MPAc candidate and the daughter of Mexican immigrants. She completed her undergraduate degree at CSU Chico, where she majored in business administration with the option in marketing and minored in entrepreneurship and small business management. She has a strong interest in entrepreneurship and technology, enjoys watching sports (especially soccer), and spending time with her family, friends, and two dogs. After graduation, she plans to pursue a career in public accounting as a core tax associate at PwC’s San Francisco office. Connect on LinkedIn
Director of Events
Andrew Zetterberg is a 2019 MPAc candidate who is interested in a career in public accounting. He completed his undergraduate degree from the University of La Verne, where he majored in Radio Broadcasting. Andrew loves sports, and spent two years working at Fox Sports Radio before pursuing a career in accounting. He enjoys spending time with family, rock climbing, and waking up early on weekends to watch soccer. Connect on LinkedIn
Director of Communications
Courtney Schultz is a 2019 MPAc candidate. After graduating from UC Davis in 2018 with a BS in Managerial Economics, she completed a management consulting internship with PwC in San Jose where she will begin a full-time role after graduation. She enjoys scuba diving, traveling, and trying new food from Trader Joe’s. Connect on LinkedIn