Student Managed Investment Fund
Spring 2013 Students
Joshua Ali is a first-generation college student from New York who moved to Florida in 2009 to attend USF. The finance major is frequently featured on the dean's list and serves as treasurer of Phi Sigma Pi national honor fraternity. He has a passion for security analysis and hopes to pursue a career in asset management in Florida or New York.
Vita Bobelis is a senior majoring in finance and a student of the USF Honors College. She balances schoolwork with working for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where she was hired as a member relationship associate after an internship. Bobelis is fluent in English and Lithuanian and recently spent time in Argentina, Uruguay, and Brazil for a Young Lithuanians of the World Congress working to spread Lithuanian culture to other parts of the world.
Evan Burroughs has interned with the MacDill Air Force Base 6 Force Support Squadron and is now with Jacobs Technology, USOG. He is a senior finance major set to graduate in May 2013. Burroughs plans to pursue a career in asset management or equity research, and serves as Vice President of USF's International Studies Society. He enjoys spending time in the community, where he volunteers as a big brother with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Tampa Bay.
A United States Army veteran, Santiago Correa has more than 13 years of experience as a strategic and operational intelligence analyst. His experience serving around the world includes tours in Europe and Southwest Asia, and as a defense contractor conducting due diligence on non-US owned companies. The first-generation college student and finance major intends on pursuing a career in the financial services industry and earning the CFA designation.
A major in finance, Carl-Harry Doirin is a member of the Student Finance Association who frequently makes the Dean's List. Having spent most of his life in Haiti, he is also fluent in French, English, and Creole. Doirin's goal is to become a security analyst and eventually manage his own fund. His ultimate dream is to open an entrepreneurship school in Haiti and help to change the economic conditions for millions of people.
David Garrett is a finance major, minoring in international business. He has experience in management with specialty and big-box retail. Garrett has sales and marketing experience in both general and new construction properties. He holds a Florida real estate license. He is committed to relationship building with clients of diverse backgrounds and has a real estate certification in that area.
Joshua Goldberg, a double major in finance and accounting, has a strong inclination for the financial markets. With demonstrated leadership as the Senior Recorder for Beta Alpha Psi and the Treasurer for the National Association of Black Accountants, he is able to balance quantitative coursework while taking on other responsibilities. Joshua believes in helping others and enjoys participating in community service activities such as Junior Achievement, Relay for Life, and Feeding America.
Christopher Gryniewicz is a senior majoring in finance. He serves as the CFO for USF's Student Government, where he manages the department that oversees more than $13 million in Activity and Service fees. As an intern with CrossTree Capital Partners, he works with professionals to provide analysis of the life science industry and write reports on target companies for acquiring firms. After graduation in the spring of 2013, he plans to pursue his MBA and CFA.
Arian Howard, a member of the Honors College and treasurer of Students in Free Enterprise, discovered a passion for finance during his freshman year of college. Now a senior, Howard has maintained a perfect 4.0 GPA in finance core courses. As a former high school athlete, he knows how to balance work, school, and social activities. Howard has an internship with AXA Advisors, where he assists in building financial cases for clients.
Ryan McCollum is a senior double majoring in finance and marketing. In addition to his academic studies, McCollum is a member of the Student Finance Association and the Students In Free Enterprise. After graduating, his goal is to become a financial analyst and eventually return to USF to get an MBA