ALLIANCE, Ohio - The University of Mount Union was approved for a local chapter of the Gamma Iota Sigma fraternity and inducted its inaugural members on Friday, November 15.
Gamma Iota Sigma is the only international business fraternity for students of insurance, risk management and actuarial science. GIS is open to any student with any major and has nearly 100 percent job placement for its members.
Its mission is to promote and encourage student interest in the business industry as a profession, while also encouraging the high moral and scholastic achievements of its members.
The following Mount Union students wereinducted into the institution’s inaugural class:
- Drew Alessandro ’22, an accounting and finance double major of Cleveland, Ohio
- Dalton Daniello ’22, an accounting an sport business double major of Transfer, Pennsylvania
- Will Domain ’22, a marketing and sport business double major of Lorain, Ohio
- Tony Gattarello ’21, a sport business major of Dorset, Ohio
- Connor Huff ’21, a financial mathematics and risk management and insurance double major of Canton, Ohio
- Bill Johnston ’21, a management major of Wooster, Ohio
- Ben Kowall ’20, a criminal justice and sport business double major of Seven Hills, Ohio
- Jacob Labonte ’20, an accounting major of Erie, Pennsylvania
- Emily Messina ’22, a finance major of Sharon, Pennsylvania
- Adam Nagy ’20, a marketing and management double major of Hinckley, Ohio
- Mallory Sanders ’21, a sport business major of Orwigsburg, Pennsylvania
- Cullen Vereb ’22, a computer science and mathematics double major of Jefferson Hills, Pennsylvania
The newly formed Gamma Pi chapter will greatly benefit Mount Union’s Department of Business, as it will allow students to network, attend conferences and develop career skills.
For more information regarding Gamma Iota Sigma’s mission, current students, or values, visit gammaiotasigma.org. Learn more about Mount Union’s programs in its ACBSP-accredited Department of Business at mountunion.edu/department-of-business.