The College of Business Executive Council (COBEC) is an organization comprised of the Presidents of all registered student organizations recognized by the College of Business. This council serves as the student advisory board to the Dean of the College of Business. They attend monthly meetings with the Dean and discuss issues within the College of Business that concern both current and prospective students.
Meetings are held once a month during the fall and spring semesters from 7:00 to 8:00 a.m. in the Executive Classroom, SFHB 430. The early meeting time mirrors the practice of early morning meetings in the business world and eliminates the problem of conflicting class schedules. Breakfast is served at each meeting. COBEC allows the Dean’s Office to have access to the executive leadership of each RSO and for each RSO president to have access to the Dean. During each meeting a discussion topic is addressed and feedback provided to the Dean.
It is that time of year when COBEC will be hosting Officer Elections for the 2019-2020 COBEC Exec Board.
Please complete the electronic application using the following link: https://forms.illinoisstate.edu/forms/cobec_officer_nomination_form Be sure to upload your resume with the form and submit no later than 12:00am midnight on Sunday, April 21 . Applicants are highly encouraged to submit the nomination form prior to the deadline.
Officers of COBEC are elected by current COBEC general assembly members.
The officers are elected by the voting members of COBEC. The election to fill the 2019-2020 Executive Board will take place on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 7:00 a.m. in the Executive Classroom, SFHB 430.
Students who apply for a position will be expected to attend the election and provide a short presentation as to why you believe you’re a good fit for the position(s), etc. prior to each vote.
Below are the biographies of the current officers for the 2018-2019 Academic Year. Please reach out to them if you have any questions about COBEC or the College of Business. Additionally, please find the College of Business RSO Marketing-Signage Form Below. If you wish to send a soft copy instead of dropping a copy off at the SFHB Dean’s Office 401, please email the Dean's Office at COBINFO@ilstu.edu, subject “SFHB RSO Marketing Request Form (organization name)”.
Other College of Business RSO Involvement: Founder, President , Marketing Analytics Society
I'm a junior, Advanced Marketing Analytics major. I'm the president of COBEC, currently also the president and founder of another Registered Student Organization (RSO), the Marketing Analytics Society. I'm also a member of a business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi, where I held the position of VP of Alumni Relations. I've also worked at The Vidette for 3 years as an Account Executive, Senior Account Executive, and now as the Marketing Manager. I've gained professional experience as a marketing intern at Progressive Impressions International (PII) and I just finished my summer internship this past summer at Information Resources, Inc. (IRi) as a Media Product Development Intern where I was leveraging big data to extract actionable insights for major CPG and retail clients. I was also selected as one of the students to pilot one of Google's new student programs with Illinois State University where I work with one of Google's nonprofit partner and help them improve their digital marketing.
"Doing whatever is necessary to accomplish a task" is a mindset that I hold dear to me, because of my military experience. I am currently serving in the Army National Guard (similar to Army Reserves).
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Other College of Business RSO involvement: Phi Gamma Nu
Wyatt Quigley is a junior double majoring in Finance & Risk Management and Insurance. Wyatt began his career at Illinois State University in January 2018, transferring from Joliet Junior College. He quickly got involved with Phi Gamma Nu, a professional business fraternity, where he now serves as a chair on the recruitment, philanthropy, and new membership committee as well as a general member of the marketing committee. During the previous summer he had a financial advising internship with Edward Jones Investments.
In the short time Wyatt as been a student in the College of Business, he was given several opportunities to grow professionally and as a leader in addition to just academically. This is how Wyatt decided to get involved with the College of Business Executive Council. He wanted to not only give back to the College of Business, but continue its growth as an elite education center for business students. As Vice-President Wyatt assists the President in all COBEC business and assumes full responsibility when the President is absent or cannot fulfill his or her responsibilities.
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Other College of Business RSO Involvement: Marketing Analytics Society
Andrew Moore is a senior studying Business Information Systems with a minor in Business Analytics. He joined the Marketing Analytics Society when it was founded in the spring of 2017. He has held the positions of secretary and treasurer on the executive board. He also received the Nims Associates Bill Spaniol Memorial Scholarship at the Department of Accounting awards night in the spring of 2018. This past summer, Andrew interned at Discover Financial Services as a Scrum Master/Business Analyst. Andrew is also heavily involved outside the College of Business as a member of the Team Handball Club and the Men's Rugby Club. Andrew is excited to join College of Business Executive Council as the Activity Coordinator and learn more about the many great organizations in the College of Business.
Andrew learned about the officer openings for the College of Business Executive Council through the Marketing Analytics Society. The president informed us about the openings and encouraged us to run since he was also running for a position. As activity coordinator, Andrew helps plan and organize COBEC sponsored events in addition to the general meetings, and participates in discussion of amendments, procedures, and events with the executive committee.
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Other College of Business RSO Involvement:
Business Week, Student Ambassador for the College of Business
Brandy Teague is a senior Business Administration major, with a minor in Organizational Leadership. Brandy began her career at Illinois State University in August 2017, after transferring from Joliet Junior College. Brandy has since gotten involved by becoming Business Week’s Corporate Social Responsibility Coordinator, as well as a Student Ambassador for the College of Business. She is currently a Research Intern at the Mclean County Administrators Office.
Brandy is eager to tackle any opportunity that allows her to grow professionally, and gain skills that she may be able to apply once she begins her career. Brandy was encouraged to run for the COBEC’s secretary position by the president of Business Week. As the secretary, Brandy summarizes the general meetings objectives, informs board members of important dates, as well as participates in discussions.
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