Meet the 2022-2023 Leadership Team

A new year means a new leadership team for Collegiate Women in Business. Our leadership team is made up of so many amazing, accomplished, and driven women who are so excited to help CWIB have its best year yet! Let’s learn a little bit about each of the women on our team this year.

Cindy Mazari: Co-CEO

Major: Business Information Technology (BIT) with Concentrations in Cybersecurity and Corporate Finance

Year: Senior

Previous Role(s): VP of Finance and Chief Financial Officer

Why I Love CWIB: Having the opportunity to network with a diverse group of accomplished women.

Other Organizational Roles: Member of Alpha Delta Pi and Co-President of Business Horizons

When I was little, I wanted to be a…: Doctor and an Entrepreneur

Favorite Quote: “Tomorrow is another day.”

Abigail Stiglich: Co-CEO

Major: Accounting and Information Systems (ACIS) and Business Management

Year: Junior

Previous Role(s): VP of Treks

Why I Love CWIB: Being able to connect with other business students and meet big companies.

Other Organizational Roles: Pamplin Undergraduate Mentor and Member of the VT Crew Team

When I was little, I wanted to be a…: Lawyer

Favorite Quote: “You had the power all along, my dear.” - Glinda the Good Witch, The Wizard of Oz

Development Team

Chief Development Officer: Anna Gentiluomo

Major: Hospitality and Tourism Management and Marketing Management

Year: Senior

Previous Role(s): Chief Development Officer

Other Organizational Roles: Co-President of Eta Sigma Delta, Member of Hospitality MAnagement Association, and Pamplin Global Peer Mentor.

VP of Treks: Morgan Allison

Major: Business Management with a Concentration in Consulting

Year: Junior

Previous Role(s): CWIB Member

Why I Love CWIB: Being able to meet so many new people.

Other Organizational Roles: VP of Inclusion and Director of Finance for Kappa Delta and Executive Member for Make-A-Wish

VP of Mentorship: Tatum Lynch

Major: Marketing Management

Year: Junior

Why I Love CWIB: Having the opportunity to connect with peers in her m