The 2018-2019 BAUS Executive

Ben Palmer


Ben is a longtime Frederictonian, having been involved in the Fredericton business community from an early age. While entering his fourth year, pursuing an honours BBA in Marketing and minor in Economics, Ben sits on the New Brunswick Teachers Association Credit Union Board of Directors and works as VP Student Life at the UNB Student Union.

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Triston Moore

VP Finance

Triston is a third-year business student looking for a major in accounting and a minor in economics. His love for numbers droves him to become the BAUS’s VP Finance. Triston was born just outside of Fredericton, enjoying a rural lifestyle. Triston is calm and collected, spending his days in the BAUS lounge playing chess or picking away at homework. Although reserved and introverted, he is always willing to meet new students and welcome them into the BAUS.

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Mackenzie Taylor Scott

VP Internal

Kicking off her 3rd year on the BAUS as returning VP Internal, MacKenzie is thrilled to be part of this amazing team once again. Born and raised in Riverview, New Brunswick, MacKenzie is an outdoorsy, semi-adventurous, travel hungry girl who loves nothing more than to give back to her student body by taking part on the BAUS. Planning on graduating with a major in HR and minor in psychology, MacKenzie loves to socialize with everyone she meets at UNB and beyond. She’s accepted Fredericton and UNB as her new-found home, and cannot wait to see what her third year can bring her for opportunities.

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Vu Pham

VP Marketing

Born in Saigon. Raised in SoCal. Lives in Canada.




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Ruthfi Azzahra

VP Corporate Relations

Ruthfi - or better known as Lula, moved to New Brunswick, Canada in 2015 from Jakarta, Indonesia. Ever since she moved to Canada, Lula has taken every opportunity that came her way to be more involved in her community. She is doing a double major in Finance and Accounting and is pursuing a career in Capital Markets.

Other than her involvement with the business society, she is a Primary Student Senator on the Academic Planning Committee, Co-Founded the Business Student Awareness Initiative, and a Student Associate for the Bridge to Capital Markets organization. Lula tries to give back as much as she can towards the Fredericton community as well, she regularly volunteers at the Fredericton Community Kitchen and the Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital.

Her passion includes research, reading, and keeping up to date with market news.


Corinne Trottier

VP Events

Corinne hails from rural Nova Scotia, growing up near the ocean in Parrsboro. Always goal oriented, Corinne found a passion for student leadership during her high school years which continued at UNB. As a Currie Scholar, member of the orientation team, peer mentor and executive member of the BAUS Corinne continues to feed her leadership and academic goals.

In her fourth year Corinne is completing an Honors in Finance with a concentration in Human Resources and a minor in Economics. With deep seeded values in family, true friendship, commitment and academic excellence, Corinne works tirelessly to share her passions with others and support relationship building with a particular focus on networking through events linking students to the greater Fredericton Business Community.

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Kennedy Forret

VP Academic

Kennedy is a fourth-year accounting student from Rothesay, New Brunswick. This is her first year on the BAUS and she is very excited to make positive changes in the faculty. She will graduate in May 2019 with an Honours in Accounting and a Concentration in Human Resources and will begin work with J.D. Irving, Limited in June 2019. Kennedy is pursuing her Certified Professional Accountant (CPA) designation beginning in October 2019 with JDI.

Her goals this year include hosting the first ever internal case competition and to create a new reimbursement process for conferences and competitions. As VP Academic, her responsibilities include sending students to conferences and case competitions, coordinating students attending Emerging Markets Projects, and organizing the internal case competition.

Kennedy has experience organizing conferences, she helped to plan the Canadian Business School Conference this summer as Director of Events. Other than her involvement on the BAUS, she is a teaching assistant in the faculty for Intermediate I and Cost Accounting classes, an avid volunteer with UNB S.P.R.I.N.G, and a Primary Student Senator on the Academic Planning Committee.

In her free time, she loves cooking, hanging out with friends, and playing with her cat Ollie.