Institute for Strategic Leadership Selects Student Scholars

  • By Alison Young
Drexel LeBow Institute for Stragtegic Leadership Student Scholars

Drexel LeBow’s Institute for Strategic Leadership (ISL) has selected nine Student Scholars for Responsible Leadership who will assist with new and innovative research under the direction of Dr. Daniel Korschun, associate professor of marketing, and Alison Young, executive director of the Institute for Strategic Leadership, for the 2016-2017 academic year.

Student Scholars will have exclusive, small-group access to industry leaders and scholars working on issues that sit at the intersection of business and politics through visits to Philadelphia companies with an interest in responsible leadership and corporate political activism, and high-level networking events.

Student Scholars were selected based on recommendations from LeBow faculty and represent some of our brightest future leaders. They are:

Jessica Amico
Major: Marketing & Organizational Management
Hometown: Buffalo, NY
Expected Grad Year: 2017

Steven Blumberg
Major: Marketing & Management Information Systems
Hometown: Lansdale, PA
Expected Grad Year: 2019

Talia Epstein
Major: Marketing
Hometown: Brookline, MA
Expected Grad Year: 2018

Claudia McManus
Major: Marketing
Hometown: Philadelphia, PA
Expected Grad Year: 2017

Allison Murphy
Major: Entrepreneurship & Marketing
Hometown: Washington Twp, NJ
Expected Grad Year: 2018

Anton Poteryahin
Major: Entrepreneurship & Legal Studies
Hometown: Khoubov, Ukraine
Grad Year: 2016 (December)

Perla Sierra
Major: Marketing
Hometown: Allentown, PA
Expected Grad year: 2017

Theresa Vargo
Major: Marketing
Hometown: Kinnelon, NJ
Expected Grad Year: 2018

Nanxi Zhang
Major: Information Systems
Hometown: Wuhan, China
Expected Grad Year: 2017

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