South Asian Business Association (SABA)

The South Asian Business Association (SABA) provides a holistic support system for its members in cultural, social and professional spheres. The group provides support to its members to further their professional aspirations via career development and networking events. It not only enhances the MBA experience of its members by hosting cultural and social events throughout the year, but also collaborates with other identity clubs to host cross-cultural events to celebrate diversity at Anderson. SABA’s goal is also to educate and involve the larger Anderson community in the rich cultural traditions of South Asia and introduce them to the business opportunities in the region.


SABA Officers


Pranav Kabra


Tarun Rai Madan

VP of Finance

Mounica Battula

VP of Events

Anupama Gumber

VP of Events

Tushar Hegde

VP of Career Development

Abhishek Mutha

VP of Career Development

Divij Damodhar

VP of Social

Sameer Samant

VP of External Affairs

Ajey Kaushal

VP of Partnerships

Nihith Charan Reddy Gudi

VP of New Initiatives




SABA Club Kickoff
As the first event of the year, this is an opportunity for new and existing members of the club to get to know each other in a social setting.

Holi and Diwali Celebration
SABA organizes events to celebrate Holi and Diwali with the broader Anderson community.

Career Workshops
Career development sessions are customized according to SABA members’ backgrounds and recruitment aspirations. These include resume/cover letter review, behavioral prep and mock interviews.

India Trek
Members from SABA are organizing a trek for Anderson students to India during the winter break. This is a great opportunity to showcase the beauty of India to fellow classmates.

Seattle and San Francisco Alumni Mixers
These mixers provide chances to network with SABA alumni currently working in Seattle and the San Francisco Bay Area.

Cross-Club D48s

Movie Nights/Social Outings


Connect With Us


For events, and further information please visit us on Campus Groups.