Sanders College of Business and Technology Ambassadors
The mission of the Sanders COBT Ambassadors is to represent the Sanders College of Business and Technology at various functions both off- and on-campus, as well as providing opportunities to form lasting friendships among the UNA student and faculty/staff community. Serving as ambassador allows students to build upon their skills as a leader, gain opportunities for professional networking with local and regional business partners, share their UNA stories to prospective students, and build social and professional friendships. To apply to be an ambassador, please click here to fill out an application, or contact Ms. Erin Froman for more information. 
American Marketing Association (AMA)


The American Marketing Association (AMA) is dedicated to helping our members achieve their highest potential through innovative programming, professional development, and activities that drive personal and professional growth. We have meetings with industry guest speakers, compete in exciting competitions, and take a trip to New Orleans each year for the AMA Intercollegiate Conference. AMA at UNA has been awarded the Lion's Cup, the top honor for a recognized student organization, for three years in a row. For more information about how to get involved, contact faculty advisor, Dr. Alisha Horky. 

Financial Intelligence Network

finlogo.pngThe Financial Intelligence Network (FIN) supports students interested in Finance.  The organization provides interaction with practitioners and leaders in the financial industry, as well as opportunities for interactive learning and application. Events include presentations by industry leaders, Barbecues with Bankers, and Meet the Firms.  The organization is open to students at all levels, and student members are able to serve in leadership roles within the organization.

Advisor: Dr. Mark Foster           Contact:


Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

society-of-human-resource-management-logo.pngUNA SHRM is a student chapter affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management. Our purpose is to provide experiential learning opportunities for students with an interest in Human Resource Management. Members will have an opportunity to interact with local HR professionals through participation in conferences, workshops, networking lunches, company tours, and more. Contact Dr. Matt Oglesby or Grace Williams for more information.

Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is a student group in the Computer Science and Information Systems Department that is open to all women/non-binary student who are interested in the world of coding. Students benefit from the networking and fundraising opportunities through monthly events. Contact Morgan Burcham for more information. 

Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO)


The Collegiate Entrepreneur's Organization's (CEO) mission is to inform, support, and inspire college students to be entrepreneurial and seek opportunities through enterprise creation. With a diverse entrepreneurial community and global network, the CEO provides student entrepreneurs with opportunities, events, chapter activities, and conferences to help start businesses. Contact Mitch Hamm or Dr. Steven Puckett for more information.

Steele Elite Team

The Steele Elite Team is comprised of the top sales students at the University of North Alabama. These students are "Elite" because they have participated in sales competitions, helped coach other students, and have exemplified the mission of the Steele Center for Professional Selling. The Steele Elite Team travels all over the country to intercollegiate sales competitions held in locations like Orlando, FL, Kennesaw, GA, Toledo, OH, Eau Claire Wisconsin, Tampa, FL, New Orleans, LA, Salisbury, MD, Smithfield, RI, and Paterson, NJ. If you have an interest in being part of this team, contact Brian Morgan.

Beta Alpha Psi

Beta Alpha Psi is the premier international honor and service organization for financial and business information students and professionals. The organization encourages the study and practice of accountancy, finance, business analytics, and digital technology; provides opportunities for service, professional development, and interaction among members and financial professionals; and fosters lifelong ethical, social, and public responsibilities. The UNA Xi Zeta chapter hosts regular professional meetings and service projects throughout the year. Student members also serve as ambassadors for the Accounting Department at various events. Our officers attend conferences and present on relevant topics at regional and annual meetings. Membership is available by invitation to students who are in their junior year of accounting courses and who meet the eligibility requirements. Contact Mandy Barksdale for more information.


Future Business Leaders of America Collegiate

fbla_fullname_horizontallogo-cropped.62d71abc135ee6.4078365724.pngFuture Business Leaders of America Collegiate (formerly Phi Beta Lambda) is the extension of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). It has been a successful student-led organization in the UNA College of Business and Technology for many decades, although students do not have to be business majors to join. In joining this organization, students have the chance to compete on the state and national level in many different types of competitions suited to their talent or academic level. We have had several students compete in the online state competition, taking home two first-place titles and advancing to the National Leadership Competition. For more information, contact advisor Dr. Lindsey Sherrill or Rachel Patterson

Accounting Scholars

Accounting Scholars is a student club at UNA supporting students interested in Accounting. The organization provides professional development and service opportunities that highlight accounting as a major and as a profession. Accounting Scholars also hosts various social events throughout the year to encourage networking among students, faculty, and business professionals. The organization is open to students at all levels, and student members are able to serve in leadership roles within the organization and within their major. Contact Mandy Barksdale or Rebecca Hamm for more information.


Women in Business

womeninbusinesslogo.pngThe mission of Women in Business is to support the advancement of women in the Sanders College of Business and Technology. Women in Business provides mentorship through engagement with faculty and community leaders, hosts skill-building workshops (e.g., negotiation), and focuses on empowerment and education in terms of relevant issues facing today’s women. Please contact advisors Dr. Erin Gillespie or Tori Clark for more information or to come to our next meeting!