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(unless otherwise noted, clubs are open to MBA Students)

  • The African Business Club's (ABC) mission is to enhance the enrollment of African students at the Ross School of Business and provide support for African and non-African students seeking business and career opportunities in Africa. The group also aims to promote and facilitate networking among Ross African alumni, current MBAs and prospective students. Join President - Ben Buabin

  • The Armed Forces Association provides a forum and community that is interested in issues pertinent to Armed Forces. Topics could include recruiting, development and networking. Join President -Ben Ranta

  • The Asia Business Conference provides a platform for industry leaders to interact with students of the Ross School of Business and fosters a close working relationship among them. This symbiotic relationship developed over the past fifteen years has made the Asian Business Conference (ABC) one of the largest business conferences in the country. It is also the longest running student conference in any business school in the country. Join Chairs - Chung Han Chan & Angel Shen

  • The Asian American Business Association (AABA) at the Ross School of Business consists of multiple purposes in line with the needs of students and the Michigan community in four areas: professional, academic, cultural, and social. AABA promotes the objectives of the Ross Business community through action based learning, student ownership, and relationship building. Join President - Alan Chang

  • The Automotive Club's mission is to join car enthusiasts in fun social activities, and to provide access to networking and career opportunities in the automotive industry. The club wishes to bring together auto enthusiasts and past, present, and future automotive industry leaders at Ross. Join President – Lincoln Spencer

  • Founded in 1970, the Black Business Students Association (BBSA) is one of the largest student-run organizations at Ross. BBSA is dedicated to the recruitment of graduate Black business students and the professional and academic development of its membership. In addition to its professional and academic goals, the BBSA hosts social outings throughout the year to foster relationships within the membership and the Ross community at-large. Join President – Kareem Edwards

  • The Brazilian Business Student Association's (BRASA) mission is to enhance and enrich the experiences of students at the University of Michigan who are interested in business careers in Brazil, and Brazilian culture in general. The group also aims to promote and facilitate networking among Ross alumni, Current MBAs, and prospective students. Join President - Luiz Gustavo Berbert Arias

  • The CEOhs is Ross' first ever co-ed a cappella singing group. Founded in September 2007, the CEOhs was formed to provide musical entertainment for the Ross community, and to offer all Ross students from BBAs to MBAs to PhDs an opportunity to participate in a creative, musical outlet during their tenures at school. Join Group Coordinator - Benedict Voit

  • China Blue Charity Fund is a non-profit organization that was initiated and managed by the students and alumni from the Ross School of Business at University of Michigan. The goal of the organization is to financially and morally support Chinese students in poverty so that they can complete their elementary education. We firmly believe that this initiative will help strengthen the sense of community by giving back collectively to society in a meaningful way. We are committed to follow principles of fairness, equality, and transparency to ensure that the funds reach those children with the most urgent financial needs. Join President – Ting Shan

  • The focus of Community Action @ Ross (CAR) is to try to encourage more involvement with our local communities in order to create more effective leaders out of Ross—ones that are more socially aware by doing rather than reading or seeing. Our goal is to serve as a source, connector, and collaborator for community-related events. Events will include after-school tutoring, food bank visits, blood and bone marrow drives, and partnership opportunities with other Ross clubs. An important aspect of our program is the 10 Hour Pledge. We're hoping that if each MBA student commits to 10 hours of volunteerism in the academic school year, then we can shoot for 10,000 cumulative hours for Ross, and more importantly, a huge impact on our community! Join Co-President - Kendall Lane & Lauren Ryan

  • The Community Consulting Club (CCC) provides pro bono consulting services to nearly 30 Ann Arbor non-profits each year. CCC engagements vary in scope, but may focus on Marketing Strategy, Operations Optimization or Financial Analysis. The club provides members with training to help to structure each project and ensure positive results. Join President – Mohamed Younis

  • The Consulting Club (Ross Consulting Club) educates its members about the management consulting industry and helps them successfully navigate the consulting recruiting process. It is one of the largest professional clubs at Ross and primarily works at two levels. First, we develop and maintain relations with the consulting firms that recruit on campus and try to ensure that Ross continues to be a preferred source of talent for the top firms. Second, we coach and facilitate the professional development of our members through events such as resume reviews, case workshops, case practice sessions and case competitions. Join President – Erica Sivertson

  • The mission of Design+Business Club (D+B) is to provide a vibrant and diverse community for Ross students practicing at the intersection between design and business. We focus on education, practical application, and career development in Design Thinking fields. Fields of interest to our members include: product design, organizational design, information design, urban/spatial design, creativity & innovation processes, visual problem structuring and analysis, and visual communication. Our goal is to provide a range of educational workshops, events, career-development support, and social events to build a community around Design Thinking. Join Co-Presidents - Ava Friedmann & Shu Wang

  • The Education + Business club is designed to serve as a resource for professional opportunities within the education industry, to inform students about ongoing issues in the education sector, and to promote awareness about education leadership in and out of schools. Join Co-Presidents - Kristin Economo & Gabriel Craft

  • Emerging Markets Club focuses on business issues and activities around rising economies. Students are exposed to a variety of educational and career related opportunities and the club has a close relationship with the William Davidson Institute. Join Co-Presidents – Fred Denny & Chaoyen Lu

  • The objective of the Energy Club is to provide Ross students who are interested in careers within the energy sector access to a forum where they can learn about the industry and interact with like-minded students, alumni, faculty and industry representatives. The club also aims at raising the visibility of Ross MBA and BBA candidates with professional interests in the energy sector to outside recruiters. Join Co-Presidents – Andrew Krulewitz & John Serron

  • The Entertainment + Media Club is a student-run organization for MBA and BBA students actively pursuing careers in the entertainment and media industries. The club's mission is to facilitate the professional recruiting process by acting as a liaison between club members and entertainment and media-related companies seeking top business talent. Through on-campus events and annual career treks to firms in New York and Los Angeles, the Entertainment + Media Club provides outstanding business students the opportunity to learn from and network with leaders in a variety of fields. Join Co-Presidents – Darryl Cooper & Diana Radson

  • The Entrepreneur and Venture Club (EVC) comprises Ross students dedicated to furthering their educational and professional goals as prospective entrepreneurs and investors in new ventures. The club works closely with the Zell-Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies, an outstanding resource for all aspects of entrepreneurship, from business plan development to venture funding. Members participating in the EVC club will build awareness of opportunities and challenges for entrepreneurs and investors, develop a network among entrepreneurs and investors, and learn how to view business problems from the perspective of an entrepreneur and investor. Join Co-PresidentsNkem Nwankwo & Christian Pearson

  • The Erb Institute Student Advisory Board is the representative body of the Erb Institute MBA/MS student population. It supports and advocates for the academic, professional, cultural and social interests of students enrolled in the Erb Institute MBA/MS program. Join Co-Presidents – Sheena Vanleuven & Julia Ruedig

  • The Finance Club (MBA) is a student-run organization that provides members interested in finance or finance-related careers the resources, tools, and guidance needed to successfully reach their professional goals. Education is a fundamental aspect of the Club and members are provided with a Finance "course-pack" and training sessions on accounting, valuation, and financial modeling. Additionally, the club plans and executes professional forums, such as the Wall Street Forum (WSF) in New York, which allows students to network with major corporations in their finance area of interest. In addition to the WSF, the Finance Club hosts the Corporate Finance Forum and Chicago Forum. Join President – Danio O'Hara

  • Follies is an on-stage satire of life at the Ross School of Business performed annually in February. Trenchant wit, glorious vocal stylings, a rebellious attitude, and too much pancake makeup all coagulate to create what was once rumored to be "the grandest two-act production ever to shake the bellies of so many souls residing in this Venerable Northwestern Territory." This is all thanks to a great many hours contributed by scores of talented hands – cerebral comedy writers, visionary scene directors, Johnny-on-the-spot stage coordinators, astute marketers and more actors than you can shake a stick at. Join Director - Amy Margolin

  • General Management Club focuses on a well rounded management expertise, leadership skills, and critical business perspectives to launch a career in corporate leadership. The club is meant for students interested in integrating all the functional areas of business for effective business decision making and management. Join President – Sourav Chauhan

  • The Give-A-Day program supports the partnership between Ross students and non-profit and public organizations by providing financial assistance to those who seek no- or low-paying internships with qualifying organizations. Fostering strong partnerships will yield benefits not only to students pursuing careers in the non-profit and public sectors but also to the organizations themselves and the wider Ross community. Join President – Andrea Waghelstein

  • The purpose of the Grad Day Council shall be to further the mission of the Stephen M. Ross School of Business by representing the needs and interests of graduate day business school students, promoting graduate student involvement in the school, providing a liaison between the student body and the Ross administration, and driving positive change through learning and evolving to meet the needs of our core constituents. Join President - Elana Weil

  • As a student-run organization addressing business, culture and other non-political issues, Greater China Association (GCA) aims to strengthen the bonds among current GCA students, serve as a focal point of communication among GCA alumni and students, promote Greater China's role in world economy and its culture in the Ross community, and promote Ross brand in GC areas to potential applicants. Join President – Winnie Wang

  • The Healthcare and Life Science Club - MBA is committed to preparing the next generation of industry executives by seeking to establish the nation's #1 business school organization in healthcare and life science, attract and ensure members have access to the industry's major players and teach members about the various industry sectors. The club focuses primarily on the Biotechnology, Consulting, Pharmaceutical, Medical Device and Managed Care sectors. Join President – Paul Meier

  • The Human Capital Club focuses on preparing its members for jobs in the field of human capital and organizational strategy through educational and networking events with current human resource professionals and Ross faculty. The complex discipline of organizational strategy involves the processes, methodologies, and resources through which organizations align their human capital with business strategy. The club considers the many dimensions of human capital in designing and pursuing business objectives and has adopted Ross' view of human resource professionals as business partners. Ross has a wealth of resources to prepare students for a career in HR and the OSC helps students make these connections. Join Co-Presidents – Jessie Bunn & Irene Chang

  • The Men's Ice Hockey Club is a very active  team that actually plays ice hockey and goes to tournaments. Join Co-Presidents - Nayan Behal & Chris Tompson

  • The Investment Management Club (for MBA and Graduate Students) is a student-led organization providing a platform for those interested in investing.  Whether you're interested in a career in investment management or simply wish to manage your personal portfolio better, the Investment Management Club (IMC) offers students the opportunity to learn about the financial markets, different careers within the industry and techniques for covering the markets, picking stocks and managing assets.  IMC also participates in stock pitch competitions, runs the annual Ross Investment Competition, provides networking and educational opportunities with buyside professionals and organizes career treks.  Join President - Parthiv Varadarajan

  • Israel @ Ross creates and maintains an student community by providing mutual support and guidance and by organizing social events; mentors, guides, and supports the acclimation of first-year students to Ross; serves as a focal point of communication between I@R alumni and students; promotes Israel's culture in the Ross community; and promotes the Ross brand in Israel. Join President - Roy Rubenstein

  • The mission of the Korea Business Club is to provide information, resources, tools and guidance to members interested in careers in Korea and to promote a deeper understanding of Korean business culture within the Ross community. Join President - Hosung Ahn

  • Latin American Business Student Association is a graduate student organization open to all MBA students who are interested in Latin cultures and communities. Our goal is to provide a stimulating and supportive network to LABSA members by: 1) Building and fostering the network among current students. 2) Advancing the awareness of Latin culture at Ross Business School. 3) Supporting students interested in careers in the US and Latin America. 4) Assisting international student's transition into Ross Business School life. 5) Supporting Consortium for Graduate Study in Management activities. 6) Facilitating communication among Ross alumni and current students. 7) Enhancing Ross brand in Latin America and within Latin communities in the US. Join President – Maite Madrazo

  • The Latter-Day Saint Business Student Association is established to develop relationships between students, alumni, and faculty/business leaders who share common beliefs and values. Join President - Lincoln Spencer

  • The Master of Accounting Student Association was established for the expressed purpose of nurturing academic achievement, group camaraderie, and community service among the often underrepresented Master of Accounting students at the Ross School of Business. Join President - TBD

  • The Maize and Brew Club is a non-profit organization devoted to beer and wine making and as a resource for students interested in entering the beer and wine industry. The Maize and Brew's goal is educate members about the beer and wine making processes, industries, and provide action-based learning opportunities through educational series and corporate business operations tours. Join President - Nayan Shukla

  • The MBA Marketing Club is comprised of over 300 students with interests in such diverse fields as brand management, health care, technology, consulting and services. The club aims to minimize job-related stress from MBA matriculation to graduation by equipping students with tools and coaching to excel in networking and interviewing. A combination of educational seminars, resume critiques and mock interviews provide Marketing Club members with exclusive access to recruiters for the most coveted marketing positions. Regional autumn trips to over 20 company headquarters allow members to see their favorite companies first-hand and to take a step beyond the traditional recruiting process at other top MBA programs. Join Co-Presidents – Tom Gildersleeve & Ishita Helm

  • Michigan Business Women (MBW) - MBA promotes personal and professional development by providing social interaction and networking opportunities with Ross School of Business undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, administrators and alumni, as well as with professional women in the business community. MBW is committed to creating a supportive community by addressing topics relevant to women in business and providing a forum where diverse experiences, perspectives, and resources can be shared. Join Co-Presidents – Audrey Horn & Pamela Soberman

  • The Michigan Graduate Student Collaborative (MGSC) is an organization that connects Ross School of Business graduate students with other University of Michigan's graduate schools to further the mission of interdisciplinary cooperation. MGSC provides a forum for students to meet, network, and share ideas through educational, professional, and social events. The club is co-led by a business graduate student and one other graduate student from any of the University of Michigan graduate schools. Join Co-Presidents – TBD

  • The Mindfulness Club was established for the expressed purpose of developing mindfulness and awareness skills as well as a greater awareness of how being a mindful presence positively shapes society. Our mission through campus involvement is to create meaningful experiences, a vibrant community, and lifelong memories for University of Michigan students. Join President – Lindsey Cameron

  • Monroe Street Journal is the student run newspaper that serves the Ross community each week. Editor-in-Chief – MSJ.Editor@gmail.com

  • MTrek are small outdoor adventure trips designed to foster friendships among classmates, promote leadership development, and introduce incoming MBA students to the team-based environment at the Ross School of Business. Trips take place in mid-August and are open to all incoming students. Small groups of incoming MBA students are led by second-year MBA mentors. Trips vary in location, activities and required abilities. MTrek is more than a club; it is an institution and key point of differentiation for Ross. The success of the program depends on the drive of the nine MBA students that are selected in October to lead the program for the following academic year's incoming students. Running MTrek is an exceptional leadership opportunity for MBA1's with an interest in travel, the outdoors, entrepreneurship and an intense desire to shape the Ross experience for future students. President - Chris Golski

  • Net Impact is an international network of business leaders committed to responsible business models, policies and practices. Net Impact members seek to integrate this commitment into the mission, values, strategy and operations of organizations in which they are involved. At Ross, Net Impact's primary focus is to cultivate MBAs who wish to leverage their influence for the benefit of society, the economy and the environment. This goal is accomplished by equipping members with tools and resources that enable them to add sustainable value in private and public enterprises. Join Co-Presidents – Dakota Korth & Miranda Spradlin

  • Operations Management (OM) is the design, planning, scheduling, and control of the transformation processes that create value for society. OM oversees the organizational inputs (materials, capital, and human resources) to these processes and is of central importance in both manufacturing and service industries. Effective Operations Management lies at the core of every successful organization. It goes beyond the specifics of a functional area, and integrates all activities to efficiently meet customer needs. The OM Club is dedicated to developing leaders able to meet the challenges of tomorrow's dynamic business environment.Join Co-Presidents - Armand Conti & Brittany Larkin

  • The Out For Business - LGBT Student Association provides networking, professional development and community for students interested in LGBT issues. Join Co-Presidents – Joshua Hudson & Eric Totaro

  • The Part-Time MBA Association promotes the Part-Time MBA experience at the Ross School of Business. The primary goals are to provide professional, academic, and social networking opportunities for Part-Time MBA students, to ensure continual Part-Time MBA student representation and perspective in Ross affairs, and to contribute to the building of the larger Ross community by partnering with other programs and clubs within the school. Join President – Rashmitha Muralidhara

  • The Ross Poker Club is established to organize poker and poker related activities for the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business community. The activities are for social and entertainment purposes. Join President– Bryce Jones

  • The Michigan Ross Private Equity Club exists to teach students about the business of private equity via action-based learning and to connect members with the private equity community. Join President - Greg Sanker

  • The Real Estate Club is one of the most diverse business school clubs with members from the schools of business, law, architecture, urban planning, and natural resources. Their mission is to promote real estate at Ross and assist club members with learning more about the wide array of opportunities in the real estate field. Through networking opportunities, educational events, and career development activities, the Real Estate Club offers activities and experiences for everyone. Join co-Presidents – Jamie Simchik & Caitlin Schwab

  • The Retail and Luxury Goods Club is for students interested in building careers in the luxury goods and retail industries. RLG provides students with the resources for success in various disciplines within the luxury goods and retail industry- marketing, finance, general management, consulting, and manufacturing - through alumni networking, guest speakers, corporate presentations and company on-site visits. Our definition of luxury goods encompasses fashion & leather goods, perfumes & cosmetics, watches & jewelry, wines & spirits, food, cars, cigars, services, and property. Our definition of retail encompasses both mass and high-end retailers. Join President - Deborah Feld

  • Revitalization & Business is focused on changing the conversation about Detroit and raising awareness about the possibilities the Detroit region possesses whether for a career or for play. The club engages students through architectural tours, cultural events, and other Detroit activities. Join Co-Presidents – Jessica Knapp & Neil Tambe

  • Rock'n'Roll B-School is the epitome of poor taste, questionable humor, and pure rock'n'roll. It all comes together each fall in a dark, smoky bar on the other side of town for one night of mind-numbing debauchery. Now in its fourth year, the show is cast of misfits and squares, brainiacs and dingbats, debits and credits. We parody the everyday antics of the B-school in a cocktail of live skits, prerecorded skits, and of course, rock'n'roll. Are you thirsty for more? Join Producer - Tom Gildersleeve

  • The Ross ASEAN Business Association seeks to promote a deeper understanding of ASEAN business culture and practices within the Ross community with the goal of assisting in the creation of a more diverse and culturally aware student body and will serve as a social and networking support group for ASEAN students at Ross, Southeast Asian alumni, and prospective and admitted ASEAN students. Join President - Glen Gu

  • Ross Christian Fellowship is composed of Ross students dedicated to growing spiritually, encouraging its members, sharing God's love, and grappling with the role of Christians in business. This is accomplished through small-group Bible studies and a speaker series. Students from various denominations and spiritual backgrounds are welcome. Join Co-Presidents  - James LaMontagne and David Wang

  • The Ross Cricket Club exists to educate members of the Ross Community about the game of cricket through events and opportunities to play the game. The club is open to students of all abilities, interest and knowledge levels, and hopes to introduce the game to people who have never seen or played this widely played game before. Join President - Prateek Dahiya

  • The Ross European Business Club intends to promote European culture and heritage at Ross, offer a variety of resources to Ross students interested in Europe, and facilitate the connection between students and companies. Join President – George Drossinos

  • The Ross Gourmet Club (RGC) provides opportunities to the RSB students to learn and appreciate different types of food and culture, network with Gourmet/Culinary Clubs in other business schools, industry representatives, and recruiters, help students who are interested in food and dining industries to develop their career, interact with faculty, alumni, students, and spouses/partners with similar interests. Join President – David Huang

  • The Ross Habitat for Humanity Builders is a student run organization seeking to sustain and increase the Ross School of Business' commitment to community service and involvement through our partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Huron Valley (HVHFH). Join MBA President - Victoria Tinsley BBA President - Mike Simsa

  • The Ross Hispanic Business Student Association provides academic support and professional development opportunities for its members. It is active in the recruitment of incoming Hispanic/Latino students. Join President - Antonio Sifuentes

  • The mission of the Ross Hospitality Club is to develop interest and opportunities in the travel industry at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and to support members in their career goals in the hospitality industry. Join President - Divij Pasrija

  • The Ross Indian Subcontinent Association is a student club dedicated to helping students of Indian subcontinent origin transition into business school life, promoting awareness about the Indian subcontinent among the larger business school community and encouraging social and professional interaction among students of Indian origin. Join Co-Presidents- Nikhila Bhat & Anant Mansingh

  • The Ross International Club (RIC) is an organization committed to fostering connections between international and domestic students and to creating opportunities for the students to view the world through a wider, global lens. Join President- Ben Ranta

  • The Ross Japan Business Association seeks to promote a deeper understanding of Japanese business culture and practices within the Ross community with the ultimate goal of assisting in the creation of a more diverse and culturally aware student body. Join President - Jordan Bouchard

  • The Ross Jewish Student Association provides social, cultural and networking opportunities for graduate Jewish business students. The club aims to bring its members together with other Jewish graduate students on campus as well as serve as an educational resource for the greater business school community. Join Co-Presidents – Geoff Bloom & Andrea Waghelstein

  • The Ross Mentorship Program capitalizes on the networking opportunities at Ross and is intended to facilitate those networks between the members of its community. Mentorship opportunities allow MBA students to benefit from the knowledge and skills of others who have had similar experiences at Ross. Indeed, this will ensure that the RSB knowledge, tradition and culture are passed from one year to the next. Join Co-Presidents - Yi Yang & Joseph Kraut

  • The RossMOB offers organized group dance lessons, such as salsa, swing and hip-hop. Contact us to learn more about upcoming club events. Join Co-Presidents – Ann Brophy & Megan Brown

  • The mission of the Ross Outdoor Club (ROC) is to organize outdoor events that educate and enrich the lives of students at Ross. ROC will facilitate events that promote spending time in the outdoors while forming connections with fellow students and faculty. Join President - Nora Johnson

  • Ross Partners Club is dedicated to acclimating MBA partners to life in Ann Arbor. Our activities include social events, community service, play-dates for children, and career assistance. Join Co-Presidents – Marianna D'Atri & Jen Tydlaska

  • The Ross Photography Club serves to enrich the community and student experience at the Ross School of Business through photography. Join Co-Presidents - Gaurav Jain & Brad Ziajor

  • The mission of the Ross Scotch Club is to promote and educate the Ross community about the many differences and joys of scotch and whiskey.  Join President - Tim Zepp

  • The Ross Ski Club organizes events for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities at the Ross School of Business. Club events generally consist of social activities in Ann Arbor and several destination trips throughout the winter. All day and evening MBA students, as well as their spouses and significant others, are encouraged to join the club. Join President – Bryce Jones

  • The Ross Sports Business Club serves to provide students at the Ross School of Business (BBA & MBA) interested in pursuing a career in the business of sports with opportunities to build and/or expand their network in the industry, learn from experienced professionals in the field, understand the different functions and career paths, develop a career plan, and identify and capitalize on potential employment opportunities in sports. Join President -Diana Schonfeld

  • The Ross Student Association (RSA) is the largest student based organization on campus. The mission of RSA is to ensure that all MBA students have a quality experience outside the classroom during their time in Ann Arbor. RSA provides opportunities for students to socialize, network, and relax during their pursuit of an MBA. Join President – Armand Conti

  • The Ross Supply Chain Management Club's mission is to facilitate an environment that encourages talents from various backgrounds to explore the supply chain field and in turn realize the benefits of the MSCM program at Ross School of Business. Join President - Yubing Ji

  • Since its founding in 1994, the Ross Technology Club (formerly the High-Tech Club) has grown into one of the largest clubs at the Ross School of Business. As technology becomes more integrated into all aspects of business, the RTC has continued to broaden it's scope to encompass emerging opportunities in technology and related industries. RTC aims to educate its members on the latest technology trends and innovations, launching future leaders into technology functions, and continue to strengthen Ross's brand in technology. Join President - Brandon Meloche

  • Ross Running and Triathlon Club is a club that provides activities around a number of different sport themes. Join President – Jennifer Hsu

  • The Soccer Club provides the opportunity for male and female soccer enthusiasts of all skill levels to enjoy the sport by participating in a variety of different activities such as weekly Sunday morning scrimmages, outdoor and indoor intramural league games, national inter-business school tournaments, game-viewing and other social events. Play is typically at the recreational level, although some events are competitive. Join Co-Presidents – Nick Devita & Chris Griffith & Mitch Rotenberg

  • The Ross Squash Club was created to promote recreational and competitive squash. The Club also acts as a forum for likeminded individuals to meet, play, and network. Join President – Nayan Behal

  • Toastmasters Club is a student organization that provides a platform for Ross students to practice and improve their public speaking abilities. Join President - Jonathan Rohs

  • The West Coast Forum's mission is to support the Ross School of Business and its MBA students in career development through corporate and alumni relations, as well as the establishment of the Ross brand and network on the West Coast. Join Co-Directors - Stephen Wai & Howard Hsu

  • Wolverine Wine Club is a social club that organizes various wine tasting events throughout the year. Join Co-President - Bobby Gorman & Whitney Klefsass

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