BADM Student Advisory Board

Purpose

The Student Advisory Board provides the student constituency a forum to voice their needs, concerns, and suggestions as they pertain to future planning and decision making within the Breech School of Business Administration. The board will consider timely and relevant areas of concern, which might include, long-range planning, student recruiting, retention, student placement, general student concerns and other items suggested by the Dean of the Breech School of Business Administration and/or the faculty of the Breech School of Business Administration.

Membership Selection Guidelines

The Board consists of students representing the diverse nature of the student body in the Breech School of Business Administration who will serve from September 1 through May 15.  Care is taken to represent all ethnic groups, gender, student classifications, student organizations, and physically challenged students. To ensure continuity from year to year, underclassmen are invited to continue their membership with the Board until graduation, pending approval of the faculty of the Breech School of Business Administration.

The Breech faculty and CCPS advisors will nominate students for membership and the Dean, in consultation with current advisory board members, will appoint new members to the Board each spring for the following academic year.

Representatives at the University

Given that each student nominated to the Board represents a vital part of the Breech School of Business Administration community, board members serve as representatives of the Breech School of Business Administration at special events throughout the year.


 

Meet the BADM Student Advisory Board

Brandi Wilson

Brandi was a business transfer in Fall of 2014.  She is now a senior at Drury University and currently lives in Ozark, Missouri.  In the Spring of 2016, she will graduate with a Bachelors in Business Administration.  Brandi currently works in the business office at Mercy Hospital in Springfield. She attends seated, blended, and online courses in order to achieve her degree requirements.

Rebekah Routledge

Rebekah is a CCPS student majoring in Business Administration.  She enjoys the online learning format as it suits her busy life style.  Online classes allows her to make her degree a priority.  Rebekah currently works as a teller for a large, industry-leading bank in a small-town community.

Paul Tilley

Paul is a junior majoring in Business Administration, which he plans to complete in the Summer of 2017.  Paul is currently the Lead Manufacturing Supervisor at Buckhorn, Inc. He has worked in the manufacturing industry his entire career and has been in manufacturing management since 2000.