The Business Society

The Business Society is a student-led organization in the Business Division at Eastern Nazarene College that aims to cultivate a student interest in business, encourage dedication to making improvements within the department, as well as connecting Eastern Nazarene College with local businesses and the business environment. The Business Society produces the annual Warren Business Forum.

For more information about the Business Society or if you are interested in joining, please contact Kellee Birnstiel or Leonardo Silva

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2014-2015 Business Society Members

President – Leonardo Silva
Senior – Accounting
“I joined the Business Society because I wanted to make a difference. My expectations for this semester are to have students become more involved with the Business department and prepare them for when they graduate.”

Vice President – Kayla Harriman
Senior – Accounting
“I love planning events and I am honored to work alongside my fellow classmates as we serve the community and college.”

Financial officer – Jacob Johnson
Senior – Accounting
“I joined the Business Society so that I can help the ENC Business Department prepare their students for the future, while also getting business experience for my own personal gain”

Member – Jacob Koch
Senior – Management
“I joined Business Society to become an involved member of the business community aimed at providing resources to fellow business students.”

Member – Juliana Speno
Senior – Management
“I joined the Business Society to become more involved in the business community at ENC.”

Member – Jessica Silencieux
Senior – Management
“I joined this Society to be known as a business student, not just a student at ENC.  The planning of the Warren Business Forum allowed me to get involved in a business initiative.”

Member – Kevin Paterno
Junior – Management
“I joined this club in order to develop my leadership skills.”

Member – Mikayla Birnstiel
Junior – Management
“I joined this club to help fellow business students and to participate in a collaborative experience.”