The inaugural MCIT Online Student Association (MOSA) Executive Board is comprised of MOSA’s four founding members from the Spring 2019 cohort. The Executive Board sets the long-term mission and direction of MOSA, manages communications and liaisons with the University of Pennsylvania & School of Engineering and Applied Science, and oversees the standing committees’ events and initiatives in service of our purpose to develop and empower the MCIT Online student community.

Meet the Executive Board

Ethan Li

Ethan is part of the Spring 2021 MCIT Online Cohort. He holds his undergraduate degree in Engineering. He is currently a Data Specialist based in Calgary, Canada.

Mai N. Nguyen

Mai is part of the Fall 2020 cohort. She is completing the MCIT program while working full-time as a chemical engineer for a water treatment company based in Boston, MA. A big believer in visual thinking, Mai creates doodle notes of technical contents that she learns while at Penn in her free time.

Shruti Mirashi

Shruti is part of the Fall 2019 cohort. She completed her undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering and graduate degree in Structural Engineering in India. She worked for a few years in academia and industry both in India and the USA. She is currently based in San Francisco Bay Area. In her spare time, she loves to cook, cycle and go out for walks.

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Krishna Morawala
Director of Operations

Krishna is part of the first cohort of MCIT Online students who started the program in 2019. She holds a Master’s degree in Taxation. She has a background in corporate taxation and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in Fort Worth, Texas. 

Nick Le
Nick is part of the Fall 2020 MCIT Online Cohort. He holds his undergraduate degrees in Business and Accounting. He is currently a Product Analyst based in Sydney, Australia.
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Faculty Advisor

Arvind Bhusnurmath, Penn Engineering, University of Pennsylvania serves as a mentor to the executive board and the members of the MCIT Online Student Association (MOSA).

As an advisor to the board, he assists the association in defining its goals and holding it to its purpose; participates in the association meetings; actively engages in (some) MOSA events and programs; and acts as a liaison to the university when necessary.