GMA Leadership


Jess Poracky, GMA President
As President, Jess works closely with the vice presidents and representatives, graduate club presidents, and CSOM administration to develop and implement initiatives aimed to elevate the student experience from a social, academic, and professional level.  Through ongoing engagement and collaboration, Jess looks to increase integration among all CSOM programs to further develop this special and supportive community.

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Trevor Hunt, Treasurer
Trevor is responsible for all things related to the GMA’s finances.  From tracking and reconciling expenses, working with the GMA and Clubs to utilize the budget, and processing reimbursements.

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Kyle Donley, VP Networking
As networking VP, Kyle is responsible for making sure that the MBA student body is getting out of the classroom and making meaningful connections. Keeping on top of Boston area events, hosting networking workshops and creating interactions between classes, schools and the business community are some of his tasks. If you want to grow your network, Kyle is always ready to lend a hand.


Fergus Concannon, VP Student Organizations
Fergus manages our graduate student clubs, and acts as a liaison between the GMA, the clubs, and the CSOM administration. Fergus is your contact for any questions related to club programming, organization, membership, or event planning.


Jimmy Stevenson, VP Social
Jimmy brings together the classes to remind everyone that a key aspect of business school is making new friends and having fun. Jimmy is responsible for organizing and promoting inclusive social gatherings such as the fall tailgates, Thirsty Thursdays, milestone parties, and the annual formal. Jimmy is your contact for any social-related activities.


Jon McCalie, MBA Part-Time Representative
Jon represents the interests of Part-Time MBA students within the GMA and CSOM. His primary goal is to help Part-Time MBA students access the traditional MBA social and networking experiences, so don’t hesitate to let him know if you have any questions about events or how to get involved.

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Daniel Gostin, MSA Representative
Daniel is the MSA representative on the GMA. With the MSA being a one-year program, it can be difficult for graduate accounting students to feel part of the CSOM community; Daniel hopes to tap into the networking and social activities of the GMA, as well as his prior undergrad experience at BC, to benefit MSA students as well as being a resource for MSA concerns and questions.

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