Meet your NACCU Volunteers: Manisha Mishra
Meet your NACCU Volunteers:
This is the latest installment of the NACCU series highlighting our association volunteers. NACCU provides programs and services to our members, many which would not be possible without the dedication and commitment of our volunteer leaders. Volunteers, whether they are a committee member, a Board member, or an onsite volunteer at a conference, are all important in making NACCU volunteer-driven programs an exceptional experience for our card industry peers.
Campus Card Information
Name: Manisha Mishra
School: Georgia Institute of Technology
Volunteer Role: Technology Research Committee
What is your role at your institution?
My role is Application Support Manager in BuzzCard Services at Georgia Institute of Technology. I manage all IT applications for the department.
Where was the first NACCU conference you attended held?
I started this role in 2022 and will attend my first NACCU conference in Austin, Texas this year. I am excited and look forward to presenting at this conference as well.
What is your favo(u)rite thing about volunteering with your NACCU committee?
I enjoy meeting, working, and learning from others from this amazing volunteer group. I am happy to see this supportive community sharing so much information with their peer institutions and fellow colleagues, and would like to contribute to the community as well.
What show are you binge-watching right now?
I binge-watch "Downton Abbey" and re-binge from time to time. I am now watching "Abbott Elementary" non-stop.
What is your go-to coffee or tea order?
Tall Latte at Starbucks!
What is your favo(u)rite memory from when you were a student?
I went to school in a small town called Rourkela, in India. Quite often I would ride a regular bicycle (not e-bike) to my undergrad college with my friends, and that was a fun experience I still treasure.
What is one thing that would surprise people about you?
I have a master's degree in Chemistry, and before working in IT, I was an environmentalist and did research on indoor air pollution.