Clubs & Organizations

The MBA Association, your gateway to involvement

Launch your Kelley journey by joining the MBA Association. More than 99% of Kelley MBAs are members because they recognize the potential to:

  • Gain friendships that build momentum for your future
  • Collaborate with MBA administration on impactful goals
  • Dive deep into leadership roles as confidence-building opportunities
  • Enrich Kelley student life as an advocate for what matters
  • Shape Kelley values and vision, now and for the future

The MBAA leadership team:

Professional Clubs

Build your career prospects in consulting through events, seminars, and workshops. You’ll experience professional development opportunities, networking, and interview preparation that prepare you for an exciting career as a consultant.

The mission of the Consulting Club is to:

  • Promote consulting employment opportunities to members through networking opportunities and events with recruiters
  • Educate the student body on the significance of human capital within their future companies; to develop management skills; connect students with employers and opportunities in human resources and human capital consulting.
  • Facilitate professional development of members through case workshops and behavioral interview preparation
  • Sharpen analytical problem-solving skills, improve communication, promote teamwork, and develop interpersonal skills

Events

  • Casing Super Weeks
  • Speed Casing Night
  • Mock Interview Workshops
  • Inter-Club Kickball Tournament

Interested? Contact:

Bhavyaa Sanghvi
President

Sarah Kiley
Vice President

Deepen your knowledge of operations management, decision sciences, and supply chain management as a member of the Data and Operations Club. You’ll connect with students interested in operations and supply chain as you:  

  • Develop corporate relationships through guest lectures, plant tours, and workshops
  • Collaborate with Kelley partners such as the Supply Chain and Digital Enterprise Academy, undergraduate student organizations, and recruiters
  • Engage in social events, teambuilding events, tutoring, and projects
  • Participate in interview preparation, mentoring, and networking

Our executive team works closely with the Supply Chain and Digital Enterprise Academy directors in developing programs and Academy content. Students are encouraged to participate in the club, not only for its many valuable contributions, but also as an opportunity to practice leadership. Club leaders and the Supply Chain and Digital Enterprise Academy directors also hope to foster a sense of stewardship, and champion the principle of leaving organizations better than you found them.

Events and resources

  • Case/simulation competitions
  • Facility/plant tours
  • Behavioral/case mock interviews
  • Data Analytics Workshops/Data Jam Competition
  • Panel discussions with alumni/industry experts
  • Newsletter featuring latest industry trends
  • Guidance on professional certifications
  • Operations & Supply Chain Conference

Interested? Contact:

Himabindu Jutta
President

Meet peers who share your enthusiasm for finance. As a member of the Finance Club, you’ll have an opportunity to network with finance professionals and hone your interview skills. Our large membership base and partnership with Graduate Career Services gets you connected throughout the corporate recruitment process. Attend events with faculty, alumni, and professionals and build your finance career.

Events and resources

  • Coaching session
  • Technical and behavioral mock interview
  • Investment banking recruiting guide

Interested? Contact:

Mark Wolfson
Co-President

Kevin Sadikin
Co-President

Want to become a leader in the healthcare industry? Join a community of students building business knowledge to address challenges specific to healthcare. You’ll explore career opportunities across the industry and connect with healthcare companies that recruit Kelley students.

Events

  • Networking and industry panels
  • Fitness (Orange Fitness & biking)
  • Jeopardy and more

Interested? Contact:

Daniel Trejo
President

The Investment Club at the Kelley School of Business offers you opportunities to broaden and enhance your investment knowledge. You’ll learn about investing and managing money for both professional and personal benefit. You'll be able to immerse yourself in club networking events, workshops, and speaker series that focus on profesional development and successful interviewing, as you prepare for your career as an investment professional.

Events

  • Sterling Fund
  • Investment competitions
  • Market Updates at Kelley
  • Professional workshops (IB & IM)
  • Speaker series
  • Networking nights
  • Social events

Interested? Contact:

Shaheen Shaheen
President

Develop your professional marketing skills as a member of the Marketing Club at Kelley. You’ll learn about marketing across various industries, prepare for interviews, and network with world-class marketers at Kelley and beyond. Join the largest club at Kelley and make powerful connections for your career.

Events

  • Interview Case Workshops
  • Marketing Leaders Speaker Series
  • Super Bowl Ad Analysis

Interested? Contact:

Marisa Moran
President

Join an engaging community of leaders committed to making social impact through business. Net Impact is a powerful and influential worldwide network of of more than 10,000 MBA students and professionals committed to using the power of business to improve the world. Net Impact was founded in 1993 as Students for Responsible Business to promote and enhance values and ethics in the private sector. Today, Net Impact activities are focused on managing the triple bottom line—people, planet, and profit—in today’s rapidly evolving business environment.

The Net Impact chapter at Kelley continues to grow and was recently recognized by national headquarters with Gold Chapter status. Originally created in 2008, the Kelley chapter continues to progress from previous developments such as social impact curriculum integration, career resources and development, and an ever-expanding national network of passionate young students and professionals.

Events

  • Case competitions
  • Speaker series
  • Board Fellows Program
  • Net Impact National Conference

Interested? Contact:

Julie Brau
President

The Real Estate Club aids MBA students interested in real estate careers and opportunities. Members are invited to attend networking nights, career workshops, interview preparation, personal real estate workshops, and fun co-club events. The club helps to provide a better understanding of career opportunities across the industry, including several companies that recruit at Kelley.

Events:

  • Alumni panels & networking nights
  • Personal real estate learnings
  • Career case workshops led by alumni
  • Social events and golf outings

Interested? Contact:

Anuj Gadi
President

Max Kramarevsky
Vice President

The Tech Club works to make Kelley a program of choice for tech employers by empowering students to identify the right post-MBA opportunities, and by building well-rounded future leaders through professional and technical workshops.

You'll learn about the intersections of technology and business as you explore the latest tools, technologies, and trends used by a variety of industries. Prepare to join the Kelley MBA community of tomorrow’s technology leaders.

Events

  • Interview and PM casing workshops
  • Speaker-led career development sessions
  • Skill development sessions (SQL, Tableau)
  • Socials with Kelley alumni in tech
  • Tech-themed game nights

Interested? Contact:

Kenneth Lapuz
President

Become a confident public speaker with the Toastmasters Club at Kelley. Whether you're a native or non-native English speaker, terrified or composed in front of a group, we are here to help you grow in your ability to professionally and comfortably communicate your story.

Events

  • Interactive programs focused on various areas of presenting
  • Visits to the Comedy Attic

Interested? Contact:

Emily Cwyk
President

Affinity Clubs

The Asian MBA Association (AMBAA) represents all students of Asian descent in the MBA program at the Kelley School of Business. AMBAA emphasizes diversity, community involvement, cross-cultural interaction, and career success. We facilitate further engagement of diverse cultures and support professional development through various professional and social initiatives. We are equally dedicated to building bridges to alumni to maximize the power of the AMBAA alumni network.

Events

  • Kelley Cultural Night
  • Fall BBQ Party
  • Asian Alumni Panel
  • Diwali Celebration Charity

Interested? Contact:

Sebastian Liang
President

The Black MBA Association (BMBAA) offers a supportive academic and social community for Black students at Kelley. We provide opportunities and events that encourage the professional development, cultural enrichment, and social interaction of our members.

The BMBAA and its members are committed to increasing the number of Black MBA candidates at Kelley, promoting cultural awareness across the greater Kelley community, and providing resources to help prepare and develop the next generation of business leaders.

Events

  • Annual volunteer activity
  • MBA Top Chef
  • Bloomington Black-Owned Business Bike Tour
  • National Black MBA Conference

Interested? Contact:

Taydra Jones
President

The Jewish Association of MBAs at the Kelley School of Business is committed to creating an inclusive and friendly Jewish community within Kelley and on the IU campus as a whole. By sponsoring philanthropic, social, and educational activities, we encourage participants to build lasting relationships between students of all cultures and faiths. Our goals are to be a welcoming place to learn and be part of the Jewish community at Kelley and into the future, whether you're Jewish or not.

Events

  • Shabbat dinners
  • Passover Seders
  • Jewish foods cooking classes
  • Dreidel Competition
  • “Creating Allies” Brunch

Interested? Contact:

Daniel Hammerschlag
President

Kelley Women in Business (MBA Chapter) is dedicated to fostering an inclusive environment to help women successfully integrate into Kelley, grow into their skills, and connect with like-minded peers. We provide opportunities for incoming, current, and past Kelley Women to continuously develop their leadership skills regardless of where they are on their professional path.

Events

  • Kelley Faculty Auction
  • Kelley Women Undergraduate Mentorship Program
  • Women in Industry Speaker Series
  • Kelley Men as Allies Initiative
  • Women’s Business Forum

Interested? Contact:

Julie Penedo
President

Kids Club at Kelley is a group within the Partners Club made specifically for families with kids at Kelley. We plan activities and outings to help Kelley families make new friends, share information, and assimilate into life in Bloomington. Most of all, Kids Club’s goal is to provide ongoing support for families during their MBA experience.

Events

  • Halloween Party
  • Local apple picking
  • Thanksgiving Dinner
  • Weekly playgroups
  • Local firehouse visit

Interested? Contact:

Sujitha Selvaraj 
President

The Latino MBA Association (LMBAA) is a student-run organization committed to offering academic, professional, and social support for Latinx students at Kelley. Our goal is to support and empower our members to achieve their full potential to become leaders of both business and community. We welcome anyone who would like to be a part of our family and look forward to helping you find a place at Kelley and in the business world because juntos somos fuertes!

Events

  • Food Festival Celebration
  • Zoom Session with Incoming Class AMA
  • Networking sessions with Latinx Speakers
  • Prospanica Prep Sessions
  • Fiesta Latina (LHM)
  • HH with Alumni working in Latin Countries
  • Carnaval Party

Interested? Contact:

Thai Gun
Co-President

Daniela Dulanto
Co-President

 

Out@Kelley is dedicated to fostering diversity and the inclusion of LGBTQ+ leaders in both the workplace and community. Through a variety of social, networking, and professional development activities, Out@Kelley seeks to provide a network for LGBTQ+ students and allies to engage with at Kelley and IU, serve as a forum to discuss LGBTQ+ issues in business and society, and interact with diversity initiatives.

Events

  • LGBTQ+ Speaker’s Bureau
  • No H8 Campaign
  • Undergrad Mentorship Program
  • The Back Door End-Of-Year Bash

Interested? Contact:

Tyler Neal
President

 

The Partners Club at Kelley is a unique and inclusive organization comprising the significant others and families of students attending the Kelley School of Business MBA program. Our partners include husbands, wives, fiancés, fiancées, girlfriends, and boyfriends from around the world. The Partners Club organizes social, cultural, and informational activities for its members and provides opportunities to get involved in activities at Indiana University and around Bloomington. We are a supportive network fostering a friendly environment for partners to spend time with others facing the same back-to-school challenges. As a member, you will receive frequent updates that highlight our upcoming activities, as well as Kelley and community news.

Events

  • Holiday parties and activities
  • Wine tastings and potlucks
  • Remote worker meetups
  • Visits to local restaurants, bars, and shows

Interested? Contact:

Sally Siragusa
President

The Veterans Club at Kelley connects students who are actively serving or have previously served in their nation’s armed forces. Students are able to share their experiences, socialize, and help each other prepare for academics, recruiting, and the corporate world while celebrating each other’s shared history in the military. The club also provides a network of support as veterans transition out of military service.

The Veterans Club’s mission is to provide Kelley MBA veterans with the opportunity to connect and assist each other with professional development, raise awareness about military skills and values among the Kelley community, and support the Kelley MBA admissions department in promoting the value of the program to prospective veteran students.

Our goals:

  • Bring US and foreign veterans together to socialize and build friendships based on their shared military history
  • Create a network of veterans who help each other to prepare for academics, networking, interviews, and their future careers
  • Highlight to the student body, the administration, and recruiters the value that military experience provides
  • Give back to the Bloomington veteran community as well as the IU undergraduate student veterans association
  • Connect veterans with career development resources and ensure they have multiple opportunities to prepare for their job search

Our activities:

  • Monthly social/professional gatherings
  • Guided preparation for career conferences
  • National MBA Veterans Conference and Career Fair
  • Veterans Day barbecue
  • Toys4Tots drive
  • Corporate Veterans Speakers Series and Panels
  • Ross Veterans Leadership Conference

Interested? Contact:

Steve Crandall
President

Interest Clubs

The Adam Smith Society at Kelley is focused on promoting debate and discussion about moral, social, and economic benefits of capitalism.

Interested? Contact:

Shane Schlemitz
President

The Beer Club at Kelley aims to educate and enhance members' knowledge of the craft beer industry. The Beer Club considers the operations, marketing, and financial impacts of the small businesses involved and the unique challenges that face them. Events include beer tastings and brewery tours. In order to further the understanding and appreciation of beer, the club organizes a range of events and partners with other clubs. So regardless of whether your brew is Pale Ale or Dark Lager, you'll find a home with us.

Events

  • Oktoberfest
  • Brewery tours
  • Local brew lessons
  • Joint club activities
  • Speaker series with beverage industry professionals

Interested? Contact:

Edgar Penedo
President

 

Food brings people together. Food Club at Kelley seeks to increase collaboration between clubs, student participation, and overall knowledge on food-related topics, including cultural aspects, the culinary industry overall, food preparation and techniques. Whether you love to cook or just love to eat, Food Club at Kelley is the way to experience the best food in Bloomington and make friends.

Events

  • Iron Chef Competition
  • Local restaurant visits
  • Cooking classes
  • Food treks to neighboring cities

Interested? Contact:

Henry Velasquez
President

Have interests in both golf and business? Golf is a powerful platform for building camaraderie among participants. Club-hosted events are designed for students of all experience levels. You’ll learn the game, gain confidence on the course, and strengthen your career networks.

Events

  • Fall and spring golf outings
  • Range days for all skills
  • PGA watch events

Interested? Contact:

Matt Cancilla
President

The primary mission of the Kelley African Business Association is to promote the growing economic opportunities, social transformations, and cultural diversity occuring on the African continent to our Kelley community. KABA also works to expand Kelley's network within Africa. As the world increasingly becomes a global village, join us as we explore doing business on the African continent, its rich cultural diversity, and the future of business.

Events

  • Africa Week
  • Jollof Party
  • December Africa Trek

Interested? Contact:

Armel Nibasumba
President

Enjoy the outdoors? The Outdoor Club strives to make Kelley an inclusive and fun program as we network with peers in a stress-reducing, healthy, and fun way. With an abundance of natural beauty in and and surrounding Bloomington, including lakes, state and national forests, and city and state parks, the Outdoor Club builds a network of Kelleys who are connected and well-rounded future leaders.

Events

  • Monthly hikes
  • Camping trips
  • Kelley Ski Trip
  • Paintball games
  • Pickleball tournaments

Interested? Contact:

Casey Litow
President

Is soccer your passion? Meet MBA students from diverse cultures and backgrounds in the Soccer Club at Kelley. Whether you love to play yourself, or you want to get together and watch a game, you’re invited to share our excitement for the game. Men and women of all skill sets are welcome to play in the weekly pickup games.

Interested? Contact:

Anuj Gadi
Co-President

Sarthak Jain
Co-President

The Sports Analytics Club fosters student interest in the application of analytical methods to sport, to widen the scope of sports analysis, and to provide opportunities for students to develop a broad range of analytical tools.

Events

  • Networking panels
  • Case workshops
  • Speaker series
  • Social nights

Interested? Contact:

Akash Dua
Co-President

Learn about the business side of domestic and international wines and spirits and the role beverages play in international cultures. Wine Club members learn about wine making, distilling, distribution methods, and other aspects of the industry. And they also have fun—networking with their classmates over wine and spirits.

Events

  • Theme based wine events
  • Trip to Oliver Winery
  • Authentic wine and cheese pairing methods
  • Cocktail mix events
  • Guest speakers from Wine Industry
  • Wine Trivia & Movie Nights

Interested? Contact:

Ayushi Agarwal
President

Want a student’s perspective?

Connect with a current Kelley MBA to learn more about clubs and organizations.

Diversity is woven into Kelley MBA culture

Celebrate the diverse backgrounds and cultures of Kelley MBAs at an annual club event showcasing our community.

Get to know peers outside of the classroom

Members of the Black MBA Association gather outside the Godfrey Center.
Members of the Finance Club gather inside the Godfrey Center.
Members of the Food Club relax at a local restaurant.
Members of the Golf Club enjoy the sport and company.
Members of the Soccer Club take a break.
Members of the Tech Club pose after an event.

Why Kelley?

When you get involved at Kelley, you’ll create deep connections that transform your business education.

Simple connections build momentum: A Kelley meets you for coffee. Classmates become your study group. Club members share your interests and excitement. All of these build your Kelley network, and a lifetime of career momentum.

Want to see where it begins? Take a virtual tour of the Godfrey Center, home to the Kelley Full-Time MBA Program, and see the favorite spaces where Kelley MBAs create community.