Student Managers 

SAI’s seven business units are each managed by Cornell undergraduates, who have profit/loss responsibility for their respective businesses. Each agency manager reports to the President who is ultimately accountable for the operations and performance of the entire portfolio.

A number of full-time professional staff provide mentoring and support services to the student management staff, including a CEO that serves as a “Mentor in Residence.”

A formal Board of Directors sets the organization’s long-term strategic vision and serves as an experienced resource for the student management staff.

 

Lucas Goldman '20
President - Student Agencies, Inc.

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Lucas is a sophomore in the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management pursuing a concentration in Finance. As the owner of a small landscaping and odd jobs business in high school, the Two Bros. Work Crew, Lucas took an immediate interest to the hands-on opportunities offered by Student Agencies. This past year he acted as the General Manager of Hired Hands Moving Company, growing the business by almost 20% with the help of his Co-Manager, Jack D’Agostino. As president, Lucas looks forward to further developing the current Student Agencies businesses and acting as a leader among the talented new team of student managers.


Dana Nieh '19
Chief Financial Officer - Student Agencies, Inc.

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Dana is a junior majoring in Applied Economics and Management, pursuing a concentration in finance and a minor in philosophy. She applies the skills from her academic background to improve the accuracy of cash flow forecasts and management, as well as assist general managers and the President in conducting due diligence on strategic initiatives. Through financial analyses of each of the business' operations, she aims to help managers make data-informed decisions. Outside of Student Agencies, Dana is involved in Delta Sigma Pi, the Cornell Undergraduate Asia Business Society, Anabel's Grocery, and the Dyson Business Inclusion and Diversity Program. In her free time, she enjoys sleeping.


Danny Sharp '18
Director of Human Resources - Student Agencies, Inc.

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Danny is a senior Near Eastern Studies major with focus areas in Persian and Arabic language. Previously, Danny was the Director of Operations for Big Red Shipping and Storage, and hopes to apply his experience and passion for Student Agencies to succeed in his role as Director of Human Resources. During his term, Danny hopes to increase manager diversity and develop brand recognition, as well as continue to cultivate a strong company culture. He also hopes to utilize the new eHub space to strengthen SAI's presence and involvement with the Cornell and Ithaca communities. Outside of Student Agencies, Danny is an active member of his fraternity, Sigma Chi, and enjoys linguistics, politics, and debate.


Kenny Zhou '20
Chief Technology Officer - Student Agencies, Inc.

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Gabrielle Zacky '19
Director of Marketing - Student Agencies, Inc.

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Gabrielle is a sophomore English major and Law and Society minor. As manager of Campus Promotions, she hopes to gain experience in business and expand her skill set. She is excited to gain real world experience by running a business. Outside of Student Agencies, Gabrielle enjoys hanging out with friends, running, hiking, eating, and traveling. 


Zac Goldman '18
Director of Strategy - Student Agencies, Inc.

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Zac is a junior studying industrial and labor relations with minors in philosophy and business. As Director of Strategy, it is Zac’s mission to source new business ideas or potential acquisitions, critically evaluate each option, and ultimately execute on expanding the SAI portfolio. Zac is particularly excited to apply his entrepreneurial experiences serving as General Manager of Hired Hands Moving Company and running his own ‘Two Brother’s Landscaping Company’ in order to pursue new opportunities for SAI.


Nico Capalongo '20
General Manager - Student Agencies Real Estate

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Nico is from Ithaca, New York and is currently a sophomore in the School of Arts and Sciences, where he is pursuing a major in Near Eastern Studies with minors in Business and Real Estate. Nico is responsible for all leasing, marketing, and budgeting for SAI's 17 residential units and 5 commercial tenants right in the heart of Collegetown. Professionally, Nico is interested in real estate development and international affairs. Nico hopes that he will be able to leverage the management and operational skills that he has gained as SAI's Real Estate Manager to prepare him for a career in these fields. In his free time, Nico enjoys golf, traveling, and reading. On campus, Nico is the Director of Fundraising for College Mentors for Kids and an active member of the Sigma Pi fraternity. 


Claire Stewart '20
General Manager - Big Red Shipping & Storage

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Claire is a sophomore in the Dyson School majoring in Applied Economics and Management, with a concentration in accounting and finance. As one of the general managers of Big Red Shipping and Storage, she is committed to achieving incremental growth and enhancing operational efficiency. Through Student Agencies, Claire is looking forward to working with and assisting clients throughout the greater Cornell community.  Claire is a team member of Cornell Women’s Club Lacrosse, the Dyson Business Inclusion and Diversity Club, and is a TA for AEM 2200. In her free time she enjoys running, attending Cornell sporting events, and reading Jane Austen novels. 

 

 


Daniel Museles '20
General Manager - Big Red Shipping & Storage

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Daniel is from Washington, D.C. and is a sophomore studying Industrial and Labor Relations with a minor in Business. As a General Manager of Big Red Shipping & Storage, Daniel is looking forward to improving the operational efficiency of the business while gaining the hands-on experience of running a business. Outside of Student Agencies, Daniel provides pro-bono consulting services to social entrepreneurs around the world as a member of Social Business Consulting. Most of all, he enjoys exploring and hiking through upstate New York with his fluffy, 150-pound four-legged best friend, Kai.


Nicole Gilmartin '20
General Manager - Campus Promotions

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Nicole is a sophomore from Buffalo, NY studying Applied Economics and Management.  As a manager of Campus Promotions, she looks forward to gaining practical experience in business while helping the company expand.  Outside of Student Agencies, Nicole is the assistant director of finance for her sorority, Alpha Phi.  She enjoys reading, listening to music, and photography.


Willow Bailon '20
General Manager - Campus Promotions

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Willow is from Armonk, NY studying Applied Economics and Management. As a general manager, Willow is looking forward to expanding the reach of Campus Promotions and having the chance to build relationships with local Ithaca businesses. Outside of Student Agencies, Willow likes to explore, eat, read the news, and spend time with her pets.


Liam Cushen '21
Assistant Manager - Campus Promotions

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Liam is a freshman majoring in Applied Economics and Management Major in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. His background is mostly in technology and he is excited to bring some of that experience to Campus Promotions. Aside from Student Agencies, Liam is an analyst in the Mutual Investment Club of Cornell and enjoys traveling.


Karly Krasnow '18
Editor-in-Chief - The Cornellian

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Karly is a senior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences pursuing a major in Communication with an outside concentration in Hospitality Marketing. Karly was the Editor-in-Chief of her nationally-recognized and award-winning high school yearbook. To continue her passion for design, Karly applied to be Editor-in-Chief towards the end of her junior year of college and now leads an editorial staff of over twenty students to make a remarkable sesquicentennial yearbook for the University. Karly is honored to lead her talented and dedicated staff in creating Cornell University's 150th yearbook that will represent and capture the life and spirit of the undergraduate Cornell experience in so many ways. Outside of SAI, Karly is the Assistant Photography Editor for the Cornell Daily Sun, Social Media Chair on the CALS Ambassadors Steering Committee, and the Vice President of Philanthropy for her social organization. Upon graduation, Karly plans to move down to Atlanta, GA where she will be pursuing a career in Sales & Marketing at IBM. 


Nadia Muhammad '19
General Manager - The Cornellian

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Nadia is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Economics with minors in Business and History. As one of the General Managers of the Cornellian, she is hoping to develop new cash flows for the business and help market an even more desirable yearbook for the 2018 graduating class. Outside of SAI, Nadia is a part of Pi Sigma Epsilon professional business fraternity, the executive board of her College's peer advising program, and her social sorority, Delta Gamma.  


Michelle Dan '19
General Manager - The Cornellian

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Michelle is a junior in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations with minors in International Relations and Visual Studies. As one of the general managers of the Cornellian Yearbook, Michelle is committed to providing excellent customer service and using her marketing skills to make the yearbook more prevalent on campus. Outside of SAI, Michelle is a part of the Cornell International Affairs Society, serves an ambassador for Cornell University Admissions, and runs the social media accounts for the Class of 2019. She is excited to be a part of the team in charge of creating the 150th edition of the Cornellian Yearbook.


Caroline Najjar '20
General Manager - TakeNote

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Caroline is a sophomore in the Industrial Labor Relations School. As the co-manager of TakeNote, she is committed to providing excellent customer service and building TakeNote’s brand on campus. Through Student Agencies, Caroline is looking forward to interacting with different members of the Cornell community and developing her professional skills. She hopes to learn practical business skills and gain real world experience. Outside of Student Agencies, Caroline is a member of Society for Women in Business, the Tab, ILR Sports Business Society, Cayuga’s Watchers, and is a member of Delta Gamma. In her free time, she enjoys playing soccer, reading, and watching television.  


Pedro Bobrow '20
General Manager - TakeNote

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Pedro is a sophomore studying Applied Economics and Management. As the co-manager of TakeNote, he is committed to increasing the on-campus reach of the business and providing excellent customer service. Through Student Agencies, Pedro is looking forward to applying his classroom knowledge in the business world while also interacting with members of the Cornell community. He hopes to work in innovative ideas to improve the business and keep it growing. Outside of Student Agencies, Pedro is a member of the Sprint Football Team, Club Tennis, Tamid Group, and Vizer Consulting. In his free time, he enjoys working on his entrepreneurial ventures and watching Shark Tank.


Harry Drahzal '20
General Manager - Hired Hands Moving Company

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Max Child '20
Director of Operations - Hired Hands Moving Company

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Max is a sophomore in the School of Hotel Administration pursuing a minor in psychology. Previously Max has held a number of jobs in the hospitality industry. As the Director of Operations for Hired Hands, Max is looking forward to learning how to successfully run a full-scale business, and to overcoming the challenges that come along the way. While out of the office, Max is actively involved in intramural sports, and the house manager and active member of Cornell’s Sigma Chi chapter.


CJ Rhan '20
General Manager - Hired Hands Moving Company

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CJ is a sophomore majoring in Applied Economics and Business Management in the SC Johnson College of Business at Cornell. As General Manager of Hired Hands Moving Company, he intends to utilize his background in business management as well as his leadership skills to continue the increasing success of the business. Outside of Student Agencies, CJ is a Supervisor for the Intramural Sports Program at Cornell University where he is able to develop his officiating and management skills. In his free time, CJ is an avid runner, soccer player, and sports fanatic.