Meet the Campbell Business Peer Mentors

2023-2024 BADM 100 Mentors

Our Mentoring programs are an integral part of what fit and calling look like in the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business. We believe that the best leaders instill confidence in others and guide them as they move toward personal growth and goals. Our Peer Mentors are here to help guide and support our first-year students.

 Lizzie Phillips
Major: Management, 4+1 MBA 
Hometown: Siler City, NC
Favorite event on-campus: Easter Egg Hunt and Lundy’s Thanksgiving Meal 


Bobby Meredith 
Major:  Management
Hometown: Waxhaw, NC
Something unique about you: I worked at carowinds the last 2 years. I am a member of club Spikeball, I also missed only 1 or 2 sporting events. 

Janjay Gardea
Major: International Business 
Hometown: Browns Summit, NC
Favorite college class so far: Intro to Christianity – I felt free to express my thoughts, concerns, & questions about Christianity. 

McKenzie Hedrick
Major: Management, 4+1 MBA
Hometown: Randleman, NC
Advice for first-year students: Don’t be afraid to engage in conversations with others; you nver know what new friendships might bring! 

Amyah Wiley 
Major: Management, 4+1
Hometown: Wilson, NC
Advice for first-year students: Ask for help! There are resources and people around campus who are happy to help you with whatever problems you are struggling with – tutors, success coaches, professors, and peers that you can lean on. 

Gillian Kitchings
Major: Accounting
Hometown: Goldston, NC
On-campus involvement: Student Accountant Society, student worker @ LFSB ! also, I attend a nearby church and am a part of a Bible study group there.

Claire Taylor
Major: Management 
Hometown: Eldersburg, MD
Don’t forget to pack: Your Bible and additional lighting that is less harsh than the dorm lights and make your room a little more cozy.

 Elizabeth Davis
Major: History (Business Minor)
Hometown: Raleigh, NC
On-campus involvement: Sigma Alpha Omega, University Choir, Omicron Delta Kappa, Math 118 TA

McKenna Sciacca
Major:  Marketing, 4+1
Hometown:  Monument, CO
What do you do for fun: I really like to play volleyball, go hiking, paint, read, bake, and spending time with family


Ethan Brooking
Major:  Trust & Wealth Management
Hometown:  Kinston, NC
Advice for first-year students: Be yourself, don’t act fake. Campus involvement is a huge way to build community and make friends (often a free shirt is involved!). 

Kelly Cannady 
Major:  Management
Hometown: Clinton, NC
What do you do for fun: Reading, Horse Riding, and Cooking

Steven Mirabile 
Major:  Trust & Wealth Management
Hometown: Garden City Park, New York
Campus Involvement: I am a Truist Business Scholar. I am also a member of Campbell’s Football team and SAAC. 

Hannah Brunk
Major:  Management 
Hometown:  Portland, CT
Advice for First-Year Students: Don’t be afraid to put yourself out there! Remember that every first-year student is in the same boat. College is a unique experience that all should take advantage of. Be yourself and get involved.

Sydney McLeod
Major: Management
Hometown: Benson, NC
Something unique about you: I love cats so much I want to have a farm of just cats! I’m also obsessed with anything Disney or Marvel!

Autumn Heiner 
Major:  Management
Hometown:  Fuquay-Varina, NC
Something Unique about you: I have been on The Voice on a cruise ship! I love to sing and play piano! I also draw and paint.

Victoria Bennett
Major:  Trust & Wealth Management 
Hometown:  Garner, NC
On-campus Involvement: Honors program, Trust Fellows, Truist Business Scholars, honors social subcommittee, FBLA, Campus recreation official