‘Coming to ONU has been one of the best decisions I’ve ever made’
When looking for a college home, Taryn Stromback wanted a good education, the ability to play tennis and the opportunity to become very involved on campus. She found all three at ONU.
“I am passionate about health care, fixing problems and tennis,” she explains. “ONU’s pharmaceutical business program has allowed me to submerge myself in the health care industry while providing me with a solid business curriculum that will serve me well in the future. The ability to become so involved in leadership on campus has helped me discover my passion for fixing problems. Playing on the varsity tennis team here at Ohio Northern has allowed me to continue my passion for the game of tennis. I’ve been able to compete at the collegiate level, which is something I will always be thankful for.”
In addition to serving as captain of the women’s tennis team, she is president of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and a member of the Dicke College of Business Administration Dean’s Advisory Council, Mortar Board, Honors Program, Dicke Assessment Committee, Student Investment Group, Society for the Advancement of Management, ONU Healthcare Business Professionals, Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (both local and national), and the National NCAA Division III Management Council. She plans to use these leadership experiences to become a consultant, helping clients to solve problems.