President: Eric Lamm
Eric Lamm is a fourth year undergraduate student in the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University. He is working towards completing his major in Finance, and has already achieved a minor in German. He has worked and is currently working for several event management companies such as Vision Event Management and Start 2 Finish Event Management. He has been involved with the set up of numerous large marathons such as The Little Rock Marathon and 13.1 Marathon series in cities such as Chicago and Atlanta. Eric Lamm is expected to graduate in Spring 2017.
Vice President: Bronson Dicks
Bronson Dicks is currently a senior finance major at the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University and plans to graduate in May of 2016 with a minor in Accounting. Bronson was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. Bronson has existed in a team environment most of his life as he has played sports such as football, basketball, and baseball. What sets Bronson apart is the experience he has gained in his involvement in extracurricular organizations at Texas Tech.
Treasurer: Craig Condon
Well-rounded, dedicated, and hard working student in the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University. Craig is a graduate level student interested in Finance and Business Valuation. Currently involved in the Student Managed Investment Fund and preparing for the BV 202 exam Craig balances his time in school with spending time with friends. Driven by personal goals and the goals of others. Proven presentation, information technology, and people skills.
Webmaster: Alexander Gumm
Alexander Gumm is currently a junior Finance and Marketing dual major at Texas Tech University and serves as the Webmaster for the Dallas Fort Worth Chapter of the American Society of Appraisers. As a member of the Texas Tech Business Valuation Club Alexander has an interest in business valuation and is currently working towards the different certifications available as a member of the ASA. From Houston Texas, he is a avid sports fan and loves combining what he learns from his finance classes with the material in his marketing classes.