2019 SAI New Managers Introduction

November 28, 2018

 

Student Agencies, Inc. is excited to introduce the new additions to the 2019 SAI team!

 

The incoming Treasury Analyst is Minki Kim (‘22), a freshman in the College of Arts & Sciences. Minki, hailing from Palo Alto, California, is studying Economics. In addition, Minki also teaches kickboxing. He is excited to get a better understanding of how a business runs while creating lasting bonds with his fellow co-workers.

 

The incoming Chief Technology Officer is Simon Olschansky (‘21). Simon is in the College of Engineering, majoring in Materials Science and Engineering. A sophomore from Phoenix, Arizona, Simon also plays the guitar, drums, and piano and enjoys hiking, running, biking and swimming. Simon is looking forward to streamlining SAI’s operations through the use of technology. He strives to gain as much knowledge as he can about the technology behind a small business, which he can hopefully utilize for his own startup. 

 

Stefano Priante (‘21) is the incoming Director of Marketing. He is a sophomore in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations from Brooklyn, NY. An interesting fact about Stefano is that his first language was Italian. He found out about SAI through Peter Gribizis’s social media and is most excited to make a difference at SAI while creating friendships.  

 

The incoming General Managers of Hired Hands are Julian Iacovelli (‘21) and Jamie Moore-Gillon (‘21). Julian is from Ithaca, New York, and he is a sophomore in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, majoring in Nutritional Sciences. Jamie Moore-Gillon is a sophomore in the School of Hotel Administration with a Real Estate minor from Madison, New Jersey. Jamie heard about SAI from previous Hired Hands managers and is excited for the opportunity to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to manage a business through collaboration with passionate students and advisors. 

 

The General Managers for SAI’s newest business, Student Agencies Tutoring, are Jordan Foster (‘21) and Arianna Kohilakis (‘22). Jordan Foster is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Asian Studies and is from East Hampton, New York. Jordan is most excited this year for the new tutoring business to expand outside of Ithaca. Arianna is a freshman in the College of Human Ecology, majoring in Policy Analysis and Management. Arianna heard about Student Agencies from a recent General Manager for TakeNote and looks forward to laying the foundation for Student Agencies Tutoring and seeing how it grows over the course of the next year. 

 

The incoming General Managers of Big Red Shipping and Storage are Andres Antonsson (‘21) and Luca Greenspun (‘21). Andres is a sophomore from Cincinnati, Ohio and is in the College of Arts & Sciences, studying Computer Science. Luca is also a sophomore, who is majoring in Communications in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Luca found out about SAI from friends in Ithaca and is looking forward to learning of the operational details of running a business.  

 

The incoming General Managers of Campus Promotions are Jillian Smerechniak (‘21) and Hannah Saunders (‘22). Jillian is a sophomore in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, studying Applied Economics and Management. She is also the fashion director of The Wardrobe, a club that provides free professional attire for students in need, and involved in the Cornell Finance Club. Jillian is looking forward to increasing the digital presence of Campus Promotions and to pursuing large clients this year. Hannah is a freshman in the College of Arts & Sciences from Miami, Florida. In addition, Hannah is involved in Apex Capital (a finance club), the Global Economics and Finance Society, and the Language Corner. Hannah is excited about expanding Campus Promotion’s focus on consulting and social media management. In addition to two new general managers, Campus Promotions this year is also welcoming an assistant manager, Kaela Olsen (‘22). Kaela is a freshman in the College of Arts & Sciences from Boston, Massachusetts. Kaela learned about SAI during her Cornell interview from a Cornell alum on the Board of Directors. Outside of SAI, Kaela is involved in Anabel’s Grocery and the Cornell Daily Sun. 

 

This year’s Editor-In-Chief of the Cornellian is Grace Rieflin (‘20). Grace is a junior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, majoring in Information Science. Grace is from Charleston, South Carolina. In addition, Grace is on the Executive Board of her sorority Pi Beta Phi. Before serving as Editor-In-Chief, she was a design editor for the 2018 Cornellian Yearbook. This year, she is most excited to capture the Class of 2019’s experience at Cornell. The General Managers of the Cornellian this year are Antonios Tsougarakis (‘20) and Liam Cushen (‘21). A junior in the School of Hotel Administration, Andoni is from Englewood, New Jersey. Aside from Student Agencies, Andoni is also involved in the finance club Apex Capital. Andoni is excited to market and sell an inclusive yearbook indicative of the inspiring student and campus life here at Cornell. Liam is a sophomore studying Electrical Engineering in the College of Engineering and is from Yorktown, New York. Prior to joining the Cornellian team, Liam served as the Assistant Manager of Campus Promotions. He is looking forward to seeing all of the seniors at the end of the year with their yearbooks!

 

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