Master of Management Society


The Master of Management Society (MMS) strives to enhance the student experience both academically and socially. The MMS endeavours to promote the UBC Master of Management (MM) degree by establishing strong business relationships with the external community and creating partnerships with local and international business. The Society is led by an executive team elected by the class at the beginning of each school year. 



Frank Bailey – President

Frank has livedDisplaying Frank Bailey 2 (1).jpg in Vancouver for 8 years and is from California. Before attending Sauder he was an actor in Vancouver and had earned a BA in History from UBC. When he isn’t studying or working on team projects he is hunting for a marketing job in the tech industry. He might even be relaxing, but probably not.


Soundous Ettayebi – VP Internal

Image may contain: 1 person, sitting and shoesSoundous graduated with a HBSc in Molecular Biology and Genetics from the University of Guelph. Having lived in and visited many countries, Soundous developed a keen interest in learning about different cultural norms and traditions. Some of her travels have also sparked her passion for developing accessible health systems. In her spare time, she enjoys taking advantage of all Vancouver has to offer as well as learning about the diverse backgrounds of her MM family. Soundous hopes to pursue a career in the Global Health sector after the completion of her MM degree.


Brittany Tuttle – VP Career Affairs
Displaying Victoria2.jpegCompleting an Honours Planning degree at the University of Waterloo introduced Brittany to the realm of multi-disciplinary thinking and the amazing things that can be achieved through collaboration. Her aim to see things from a new perspective and become a better team player is what led her to the MM program. She looks forward to applying the skills she gains from the program to her future career in the urban planning field. Aside from her passion for cities, Brittany loves getting outdoors, creating watercolour artwork, and perfecting her chocolate chip cookie recipe.


Vivian Tong – VP Career Affairs

Displaying IMG_3401.JPGVivian has a BA in Psychology from UBC and is currently completing her MM degree at Sauder. Before realizing her passion for entrepreneurship and joining Sauder, she had a year-long stint in law school. She hopes to start her own business in the organic and health food export business after the program. Vivian is an avid traveler and scuba diver. On her spare time, you’ll find her either planning her next travel adventure or hanging out with her chocolate lab.




Ellen Lee – VP International

Displaying ellem.jpgEllen was born in Taiwan, and has been living in Vancouver for the past 10 years. She completed her undergrad with a major in sociology and a minor in psychology. Having moved very often as a child, she developed strong adaptability, leading to her interest in getting to know people from different cultures. During her spare time, she enjoys working out, hiking, playing basketball, snowboarding, cooking…etc—pretty much everything outdoorsy and active. After completing the MM, Ellen hopes to pursue a marketing/brand management role in the consumer goods industry.


Nicole Hausman – VP Events

Image may contain: 1 person, smilingNicole grew up in Toronto and studied Urban Planning and Politics. She has worked in the environmental non-profit sector and hopes to pursue a career that focuses on sustainability and community development. After making her move towards the west coast, her dream of living by the ocean and mountains finally came true. In her free time you can find her at a yoga class, eating kale, getting outdoors and fully embracing the Vancouver lifestyle.



Kristen Underwood – VP Events

Ben Magnuson – VP Health & Wellness

Displaying DSC_0821 (1).jpgBen was born and raised in the small town of Williams Lake, BC and completed his BSc in Biology at Trinity Western University. He loves sports and enjoys exploring the outdoors. This was complemented nicely by his work as a forestry firefighter from 2012 to 2016. Ben loves to make the most of his experiences and is always trying to better the lives of others through having an optimistic outlook on life. He feels very at home in my position as VP health and wellness because it gives him the opportunity to invest in the lives of his cohort in a way that makes their MM experience more enjoyable. Finally, remember to stay healthy my friends.



Kelvin Benger – VP Finance

Image may contain: 1 personKelvin grew up overseas and didn’t move to Canada, his “home”, until he graduated high school. He loved his time overseas and greatly appreciates all that he experienced. Each of the different places he called home makes up a unique part of him. From the jungles of Indonesia, to the family farm in Southern Alberta and then from the Urban density of the Asian metropolitan giant, Seoul, to the suburban outskirts of Langley. He loves traveling, sports and finding new things to learn about/develop. This year Kelvin is the VP of Finance and he hopes to work in the non-profit or education sector.




Previous Executives 

President: Chris Gorczynski (’13), Kenneth Lee (’14), Ammar El-Sherif (’15), Naomi Giberson (’16), Frank Bailey (’17)

VP Internal: Shannon Cumming (’13), Elizabeth Sun (’14), Ashley Dhaliwal (’15), Sarah Maciejewski (’16), Sounndous Ettayebi (’17)

VP Career Affairs: John Clarke (’13), Nate Bentley (’14), Adrian Dingle (’15), Ramtin Hajimonshi (’16), Britanny Tuttle & Vivian Tong (’17)

VP Finance: Maureen Wong (’14), Min Huang (’14), Michael Miller, Boden Anderson (’16), Kelvin Benger (’17)

VP Events: Christina Meng & Danny Lee (’13), Perline Li (’14), Gabi Maia & Erica Yan (Lundy) (’15), Renee Cadenhead (’16), Nicole Hausman & Kristen Underwood  (’17)

VP Health & Wellness: Nick Hignell (’13), Cidnee Vaykovich (’14), Kanha Shete (’15), Camille Wallace (’16), Ben Magnuson (’17)

VP International: Parawin Adisayathepkul (’15), Anoop Banodkar (’16), Ellen Lee (’17)

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