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Delta Mu Delta Induction Group Shot

The School of Business & CIS is proud to present the fifteen students who were inducted into the international business administration honor society, Delta Mu Delta. Caldwell University instituted its Lambda Psi Chapter of Delta Mu Delta in 2009. In order to qualify for this prestigious society, students must have completed at least half of their coursework and maintain a GPA in the top 20% of their class.

2018 Inductees

Taylor Brier Alda
Giovanna E. Caceda
Lindsay D. Council
Martin Djikanovic
Gina Lynn Fasolo
Connor William Foor
Isabel Theresa Fourre
Kayla Jean George
Roshan Mallepati Shrestha
Aida Osmeni
Jenna Leigh Sanfilippo
Mehruz Shafana
Olha Shchur
Renee Szewc
Hanna Marie Weber

Each year, Caldwell University selects honorary members, who exhibit excellence in business and maintain strong ties to Caldwell University’s Business programs, to be inducted into the honor society. The School of Business & CIS was proud to induct two distinguished alumni, Rose Ann Labar and Miguel Walker.

Inductees with Head of CIS Business School

Rose Ann Labar joined Caldwell in 1998 as an adult evening and weekend student while working full time. She graduated from Caldwell with a BS in 2002 and with her MBA in 2005. She has worked for American Cyanamid Company and held various positions including payroll, compensation, benefits and organizational development for the Latin America Division. She is currently employed by Avis Budget Group which is a leading global provider of mobility solutions, operating three of the most recognized brands through Avis, Budget and Zipcar. Avis Budget Group and it’s licensees operate the Avis and Budget brands in approximately 180 countries and employees approximately 29,000 employees. She currently serves on the Business Advisory Council for Caldwell University is an avid New Jersey Devils hockey fan and considers herself a Disney aficionado.

Miguel Walker is a Vice President in Barclays Financial Institutions Investment Banking Group, where he provides strategic advisory services to specialty finance companies on mergers and acquisitions and capital raising across the debt and equity capital markets. Prior to Barclays, Miguel worked as a portfolio analyst with ING Direct USA responsible for analyzing credit risk and driving the growth strategy on the Company’s $40 billion residential mortgage portfolio. Miguel received his MBA from the Stern School of Business at New York University in 2012 and his BS, summa cum laude, from Caldwell University in 2007. While at Caldwell, Miguel was captain of the Men’s soccer team was active in student government and the International Student Organization, for which he served as president.

The purposes of Delta Mu Delta are to promote higher scholarship in training for business and to recognize and reward scholastic attainment in business subjects. Delta Mu Delta membership provides recognition for a lifetime. It is the highest national recognition a business student can earn.