Meet the New Officers of COBSAC

Posted on 12/5/2012 1:03:17 PM

New COBSAC OfficersElection results for the officers of the College of Business Student Advisory Council (COBSAC) were revealed on November 15, 2012. The four new student officers are enthusiastic in working in these roles to the best of their ability.

Elected as president is senior Rebecca Soder. Soder is an Accounting major with a remarkable triple minor in Finance, Economics, and Pre-Law. Outside of COBSAC, Soder is a committee chair in both the Student Accounting Association and Phi Gamma Nu.

“I am currently working during the school year as a remote co-op for General Electric doing cost effectiveness and budget analysis work. In my free time, I love to travel and see new places. I hope to one day travel around the world,” Soder said to describe herself.

Elected as senior vice president is sophomore Megan Moulden. Moulden is a Human Resource Management major and is currently treasurer for the Society of Human Resource Management.

“I’m an extremely organized and hard-working person, but for fun I love to ski and spend time with family and friends,” Moulden said to describe herself.

Elected as vice president of Publicity is junior Anthony Flowers. Flowers is an International Business major and is currently vice president of the International Business Association. Additionally, Flowers is treasurer and project leader of Enactus as well as member, chapter editor, and fundraiser chair of Sigma Chi.

“I am an aspiring entrepreneur and ambitious student. I enjoy meeting new people and going to different countries,” Flowers said to describe himself.

Elected as secretary/treasurer is sophomore Nathan Rosenburg. Rosenburg is a Finance major who is involved with the Student Finance Association and the Student Managed Investment Portfolio.

“I’m a 19-year-old from Bucks County, Pennsylvania, working towards a job in investment banking,” Rosenburg said to describe himself.

COBSAC uniquely works as a group to bring all other groups within the Eberly College of Business and Information Technology together as one. These hard-working students are sure to be an asset to this goal, and the Eberly community welcomes them into their new roles.

—By Katlyn Glaser