Michigan's Co-ED
Professional Development Organization

Winter 2020 Recruiting


Dear Visitor,

As President for 2020, I would like to sincerely welcome you to the website for the Delta Phi Chapter of Phi Gamma Nu Professional Development Organization at the University of Michigan! Phi Gamma Nu is one of the largest co-ed business development organizations in the United States, encompassing a rich history dating back to its founding in 1924 at Northwestern University. 

We pride ourself on three pillars: professional, social, and philanthropy. As a member of Phi Gamma Nu, you have access to a network of dynamic leaders, both on and off campus. Recent exclusive networking events include Deloitte, McKinsey, LinkedIn, Google, and Qualtrics. 

With 100 members, we are a family that celebrates the individual. In addition to our professional offerings, we host social events and volunteer with numerous local organizations in order to build lasting friendships while giving back to our community.

Our motto, "Business through mindset, not just major," showcases our commitment to diversity. We encourage all majors to apply to further explore your business interest. 

I hope you will continue browsing our website to learn more about who we are, what we stand for, and where you can fit in. If you have any questions, please contact me at We look forward to meeting you!

Jordan Tran

our pillars


Jordan tran

Jordan is a junior studying business. Originally from Ann Arbor, he enjoys watching movies and playing basketball. This past May, he was able to go on a short term study abroad trip to China. He will be interning as a Strategic Finance Intern at PepsiCo. this coming summer in their Chicago office. He is extremely excited and proud to be able to serve as president of Phi Gamma Nu for the 2020 year.

Mansi Vohra
External VP

Mansi is a sophomore studying Business with intended minors in entrepreneurship and creative writing. She is from Long Island, NY, and enjoys kayaking, playing tennis, and exploring new restaurants and coffee shops. Currently, she is looking to intern in Chicago, within a role that combines her interests in finance and consulting.

Kayla Bilotti
Internal VP

Kayla is a sophomore from Westport, Connecticut, majoring in Economics. Her career interests include managerial and risk management consulting. In her free time, she has a passion for philanthropic efforts and musical theatre. Last summer, she interned in the actuarial department of a reinsurance company. She will be interning in Quicken Loan's Capital Markets Department with a focus in Risk Mitigation this coming summer.

Jacob Paton
VP Finance

Jacob is a sophomore studying Business with a double minor in Political Science and Law, Justice, and Social Change. Hailing from Plymouth, MI, Jacob spends his free time keeping up with international politics and rooting for Michigan sports. Last summer, Jacob interned at a startup in Ann Arbor as a marketing and strategy intern. His career interests lie somewhere between finance, strategy, and law.

Joey Self
VP Membership

Joey is a junior studying Mechanical Engineering and Business. He is from Nashotah, WI and enjoys water sports, hiking, traveling, and robotics. Last summer, he worked on medical devices as a Mechanical Engineering Intern at DEKA Research & Development in Manchester, NH. In the future, he hopes to pursue a career in product development and eventually start his own medical device company.

Bryn Bennett
VP Communications

Bryn is a sophomore studying Communications and Spanish. She is from Randolph, NJ, but her family resides in Charlotte, NC. She is passionate about the performing arts and loves to paint. She is excited about a potential career in Public Relations.