The Terry J. Lundgren Center Student Advisory Board seeks to facilitate relationships between the Center’s Corporate Advisory Board and UA’s retailing and consumer sciences students. Ambassadors coordinate student programs and support the Center’s common values and share in its vision to promote and develop the industry’s future retail leaders. Ambassadors are selected to serve on the Student Advisory Board through a selection process at the end of each semester.
I am very excited to serve as Chair of the Terry J. Lundgren Center (TJLC) for Retailing Student Advisory Board. I am especially looking forward to working with the Board to promote retailing as a major and as a career. This semester, I will be serving as the Ambassador for Fung Global Retail & Technology. The Lundgren Center has and continues to help me to become who I wish to be by introducing me to forward-thinking business leaders and by teaching me how to lead by example and with a clear vision.
My name is Jordan Gaylor, and I am looking forward to my second semester of serving as a Student Advisory Board Ambassador for the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing. This semester I am also honored to serve as Vice Chair on the Executive Board. I am a senior pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Retailing and Consumer Sciences with a minor in Business Management. Corporate retailing has always been a dream of mine, and I am confident that the center will set me up for the success I need to get where I want with my future!
Throughout my time here at The University of Arizona, I have worked hard to establish a respected reputation among my peers and faculty of the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing. I have succeeded in doing so by demonstrating well-rounded leadership abilities, and a strong desire to learn which is sustained through my academic success.
My name is Shanley Ten Eyck and I am a senior majoring in Retailing and Consumer Sciences (RCSC) and minoring in Fashion and Consumers. After attending an information session for the RCSC major I felt like I had found my academic home. Shortly thereafter I learned about the Terry J Lundgren Center (TJLC) Student Advisory Board (SAB) and knew immediately I wanted to join this accomplished and innovative group of Ambassadors.
My name is Allie Arnott and I am truly honored to serve on the Student Advisory Board for the Terry J. Lundgren Center this semester. As a sophomore, I am working towards a Bachelors of Science Degree in Retailing and Consumer Sciences with a minor in Business Administration. Growing up outside of Los Angeles, I have always been drawn to fashion and everything that it intails. I cannot wait to see what amazing opportunities the TJL Center brings this year!
Hi there, my name is Emily Berent and I am delighted to be serving as a student ambassador on the Terry J. Lundgren Center (TJLC) Student Advisory Board. I came to this University specifically to be a part of this wonderful Retailing and Consumer Sciences major, and now that I am a senior I consider it my duty to give back to the TJLC. I plan to be a strong and reliable liaison between my student peers and our TJLC Corporate Partners. I intend to dedicate myself to the advancement and enrichment of the TJLC.
Hello! My name is Meghan Burch and I am currently a junior majoring in Retailing and Consumer Sciences with minors in Spanish, Business Administration and Communication. I am beyond honored and ecstatic to begin my first semester as a Student Advisory Ambassador for the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing as it has been a dream of mine for quite some time. Since stepping foot on campus, I have been enthralled in the world of retailing. From the vast networking opportunities, inspiring faculty and successful peers, the students of the Terry J.
I am so excited to serve my first semester on the Student Advisory Board for the Terry J. Lundgren Center (TJLC) for Retailing. As a current Junior, I am working towards a Bachelor of Science Degree in Retailing and Consumer Sciences (RCSC) with a minor in Business Administration. I am honored to be apart of a distinct retailing program and act as a liaison between the RCSC students and the Center's amazing corporate partners.
This is my first semester in the Retailing and Consumer Sciences Major and I am even more excited to start my junior year as a member of the Student Advisory Board. I am looking forward to having a role in coordinating and facilitating the array of opportunities that the Terry J. Lundgren Center has to offer to students and partners alike. I hope to bring a unique perspective to the Board as we focus on professional development and student outreach.
I am currently a junior studying Retailing and Consumer Sciences with minors in Business Administration and eSociety. One of the main reasons I chose this major was due to the supportive community and sense of belonging provided by the faculty and students. I am thrilled that I have been given the opportunity to serve as a Student Ambassador for the Terry J. Lundgren Center (TJLC). My two main goals as a member of the board is to first, excite and educate students about the amazing opportunities available and secondly, to professionally represent the TJLC to our corporate partners.
I am proud and excited to represent both the Student Advisory Board (SAB) and the students within the Retailing and Consumer Sciences (RCSC) this year. As a Junior pursuing a Bachelor of Science major in Retailing and Consumer Sciences, I hope to become a large-scale event planner after college. I was drawn to this major because of the business skills they focus on, intimacy of the program and attention each student receives from faculty. Each faculty member wants to see students succeed and as a part of SAB, I do too.
Hi everyone, my name is Courtney Nash and I am honored to be one of the newest members of the Student Advisory Board. As a Junior in the Retailing and Consumer Sciences major, minoring in Fashion and Business Administration, this program has given me endless opportunities. Personally speaking, the more our students get involved, the more they are able to get out of it. Whether it be from attending personal development programs, case competitions put on by our partners, or simply being a member of one of our clubs, there is a place for everyone!
I am so honored and excited to begin my first semester as a Student Ambassador for the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing. I am currently a senior perusing a bachelor’s degree in Retailing and Consumer Sciences with a minor in Business Administration. While I have had a less than conventional college career, I believe that my real world retail experience will be of great value to my peers. I hope to mentor my fellow retail students and help them to find the career path that is right for them.
I cannot believe this is already my third semester as a Student Advisory Ambassador for the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing. I am a senior pursuing a bachelors in Retailing and Consumer Sciences.
Upon first coming to the University of Arizona I planned to be a fine arts major because of my love of drawing clothing. However, once I heard about the Retailing and Consumer Sciences major, I knew it was the major for me.
I am extremely honored to have been elected to be a part of the Terry J. Lundgren Center’s (TJLC) Student Advisory Board. I am currently a Senior here at the University of Arizona pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Retailing and Consumer Sciences, with a minor in Fashion Retailing. With this being my second semester on the Board, I am very excited to be in direct contact with our corporate partners connecting students with the many prestigious companies that work directly with the TJLC.