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Learn About Our Student Mentors in the BA/MA Program

BA/MA Student Mentors

The BA/MA mentoring program consists of a small group of second-year BA/MA students who support first-years in making academic and career decisions. The program aims to assist first-year BA/MA students with the transition from the Brandeis University or Wellesley College undergraduate programs to Brandeis International Business School, and to help students successfully find summer internship placements. BA/MA mentors are also available to answer questions about the program for prospective students. 


Sarah Horn '16, MA '17

Sarah Horn

Hometown: Lancaster, PA, United States

Interested In: Marketing, Data Analytics

Sarah double majored in art history and economics and was very involved with the Rose Art Museum. Most recently, Sarah interned in the marketing departments at both the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Invaluable, an online marketplace for fine art, antiques and collectibles. She enjoys running, yoga and cooking. 


Ryan Mulvihill-Pretak '16, MA '17

Ryan Mulvihill-Pretak

Hometown: Poughkeepsie, NY, United States

Interested In: Marketing, Data Analytics

Ryan double majored in economics and psychology and led both his a capella group and english tutoring club. With experience as a banker, research assistant and marketing intern at DigitasLBi, Ryan hopes to enter the business world to continue development of strong communication and creative skills. 


Marci Rohtstein '16, MA '17

Marci RohtsteinHometown: Bedford, MA, United States

Interested In: Corporate Finance, Asset Management

Marci double majored in business and economics, was a teaching assistant for Intro to Macroeconomics and Intro to Finance and worked in the office of the dean for arts and sciences. She was co-president of the co-ed volleyball club and in her free time, she enjoys volunteering at a local preschool.


Zachary Silver '16, MA '17

Zachary Silver

Hometown: West Hartford, CT, United States

Interested In: Corporate Finance, Asset Management

Zachary majored in business, minored in east Asian studies and was part of the varsity men's swim team and Manginah, an a capella group. His semester abroad in Shanghai, China shaped his personal growth and professional goals. He likes traveling, cooking, exercising and reading WSJ and the Financial Times.