Business Honors Program
Alexis Agnew is a marketing major with a focus on digital marketing from Tampa, Florida. She is a part of the Bulls Business Community, Bulls Business Network, Business Honors Program, and is a member of the Judy Genshaft Honors College. She graduated from high school with an International Baccalaureate Program diploma and plans to study abroad before she graduates from USF.
Brady Albright is a Finance Major looking to find a career and research in Sports Finance and Management. He is currently a member of the Business Honors Program and the Innovation Scholars program where he will be working with the Tampa Bay Rays finance and accounting team. Out of high school, Brady excelled as a student athlete as the MVP and captain of the varsity soccer team while maintaining excellent grades through a rigorous class load.
Evan Alexander is a Global Business major with a concentration in Marketing from Tampa, Florida. He’s a member of the Bulls Business Network, Bulls Business Community, and the Business Honors Program. Evan played varsity basketball in high school and volunteered for the Moffitt Cancer Center in 2021. He plans to study abroad and gather internships while attending USF. After graduation, Evan wants to pursue an international marketing position with the opportunity to travel.
Griffin Cenyour is a finance major within the Bulls Business Community and Business Honors Program. In high school, he was the first person to start advertising volunteering opportunities outside of the county he resided in. He hopes to pursue his dreams within the financial department to advocate businesses to become one with their community and environment in hopes of the world being a safer and happier place.
Giovanna Silveira Chitto
Giovanna Silveira Chitto is a business advertising major from Porto Alegre, Brazil. She is a member of the Zimmerman Advertising Program (ZAP) and the Business Honors Program. Bilingual in Portuguese and English, fluent in Spanish, Giovanna’s love for traveling has led her to an exchange program in Australia, and later to pursue her degree in the U.S. With plans to study abroad in Spain. After graduation, she hopes to work with digital communication for an advertising company.
Aamir Dabiedeen is a Finance major from Trinidad and Tobago. In secondary school, he trained with the national Mathematics Olympiad team and in his gap after, was a sous chef in a kitchen for the homeless in his home city. After graduation he hopes to work as a financial executive but more importantly be a net positive in the world.
Chloe Duncan is an undergraduate majoring in Information Assurance and Cybersecurity. In high school, she served as Vice President of Service and Secretary of the National Technical Honor Society. She has worked as a Marketing and Administrative intern for a local State farm on their non-profits such as the Pinellas Park Foundation and the Cassidy Scholarship with her skills in Adobe and Microsoft. Duncan hopes to study abroad and in Cybersecurity.
Sumon Estifanos is a finance major from Columbus, Ohio. In high school, he serves as president of the Business Club, a leader in his school's National Honors Society, and is a National African American Scholar. He plans to do investment research and get an internship during his time at USF. After college, he hopes to pursue a career in investment banking and obtain his MBA after working for some years.
Evan Fueyo is a double major in Finance and Risk Management and Insurance. Fueyo was born and raised in Tampa, Florida, and is a part of the Business Honors Program and Bulls Business community. He won the national championship in soccer in his senior year of High School. He hopes to follow in his mother's footsteps in pursuing insurance and getting his MBA after graduation.
Katelyn Gingrey is a marketing major who also plans to minor in Spanish. She was a part of DECA, NTHS, and started a sports marketing club in high school. She graduated high school with a 4.5 GPA along with an Honors Diploma. In college she plans on studying abroad in Spain and getting an internship. She is a part of the Business Honors Program, Bulls Business Community, and the Judy Genshaft Honors College.
Michael Hower is a Finance major from Freeport, Pennsylvania. Throughout high school, Michael was an active member of the Freeport Board of Directors and Key Club. Michael is currently involved in the Bulls Business Community and Business Honors Program at USF. After college, he hopes to pursue a career as a financial advisor or stockbroker.
Maria Isaacs is an Advertising major from Cali, Colombia. During high school she was an artistic director for projects such as Model United Nations and marketing coordinator for the startup College Scholar. She is a member of the Zimmerman Advertising Program, Business Honors Program, Judy Genshaft Honors College, and Bulls Business Network. After college, Isaacs plans on pursuing her interest in brand management and artistic direction in the marketing field.
Christine Jacob is a Business Analytics and Information System major who would like to pursue a concentration in Cybersecurity. Jacob is a member of the Bulls Business Community and USF Business Honors Program. She was a part of the International Baccalaureate program for her entire academic career, from kindergarten to the 12th grade, and graduated in the top 10 of her high school. She loves to travel and hopes to study abroad within the next year.
Meredith Jones is an Entrepreneurship major from Columbia, Missouri who aims to own her own small business. Jones graduated high school as a two-time AP Scholar and helped to found and run a social justice club, geared towards advocating for minorities at her school. She plans to study abroad and hold an internship during her four years at USF, with hopes of researching social justice in the corporate business world.
Oybek Khojimamatov is an accounting major intending to minor in IT. He is part of the Bulls Business Community and Business Honors Program. Khojimamatov is an active member of the USF Wrestling Club and The Muslim Connection at USF. He is interested in entrepreneurship, Islamic finance, and fintech. As an aspiring CPA, he aims to start the first Islamic bank in Uzbekistan and expand it globally.
Born in Germany, Justin Lecker, a BSA Eagle Scout, is an accounting major with a minor in information technology. Justin is very passionate about stopping wasteful military spending. Skipping freshman year, he earned 83 college credit hours before graduating high school. Expecting to graduate with his Bachelor of Accountancy at 19, Justin is going to become a staple in the accounting industry sooner than expected.
Todd Meltzer is a finance and international studies major from Long Island, New York. In high school, he was treasurer of the World Language Honor Society and was the Chief Financial Officer of his Virtual Enterprise class. From these he developed his passion of finance and international studies. After college, Todd aspires to work for a Finance company at Wall Street or the government.
Isys Meyer is a marketing major from Florida who intends to work with media companies after graduation. In high school, Meyer was a part of the Cambridge program. She was the Vice President of the National Honors Society and a member of BETA Club. She also graduated within the top 5 of her class and top 2% of her county. Furthermore, Isys Meyer graduated high school with her Cambridge AICE Diploma with Distinction.
Ngan Nguyen is a Business Analytics Information and Systems major who aims to double major in Finance. In high school, she was a founder of SAK (Small Act of Kindness) to help the community and children’s education in underprivileged areas. She hopes to establish a solid reputation as a member of the Business Honors Program by participating in internships and gaining experience. After graduation, Ngan wishes to work for a company so she can continue to help the community and change people's lives.
Gavin Odem is a global business major from Augusta, Georgia. He graduated from high school with honors while playing soccer at a regional level. Having lived abroad, while growing up Odem wants to continue to broaden his horizons and study abroad. After completing his undergraduate degree, Odem hopes to either pursue law school or a career living and working abroad.
Thomas Reilly is a Finance major from Burrillville, Rhode Island. He was a member of the football and Lacrosse team during High School and was named captain of both teams. Due to his successes in both sports and school he was awarded the prestigious golden dozen award his senior year. He hopes to pursue an MBA to further his education in business and work for a large corporation.
Alyssa Riccio is a business advertising major from Sarasota, Florida. Riccio is a first-generation college student and proud member of both the Zimmerman Advertising and Business Honors Programs. She graduated with distinction from Pine View school and held leadership positions in clubs such as: Peer Mentoring, Serteen, and S.W.A.T. Highly passionate about art, Riccio is on track to pursue a career in creative advertising.
Rachel Robidoux is business management major from Medford, New Jersey. She is part of the Bulls Business Community as well as the Business Honors Program. In high school, she participated in the golf team, went to DECA state three times and was a leader of Charity Water Club. After college, she aspires to find out a management job in the sports and entertainment industry.
Isabella Rojas is a first-generation college student studying accounting. In high school, Isabella served as the schools National Honor Society Marketing Officer for her chapter and participated in her school’s Model United Nations team. At USF she is in the Bulls Honor Program as well as the Judy Genshaft Honors College. She hopes to be able to study aboard and begin an internship during her time at USF.
Avery Siwinski is a marketing major from St. Petersburg, Florida. Before graduating early from high school, she served as president of the book club. Siwinski is passionate about colorectal cancer awareness and plans to volunteer or fundraise in the future. She enjoys traveling and hopes to study abroad the summer after her freshman year. After graduation, Siwinski is interested in taking after her mother, father, and grandfather’s footsteps by working in the aviation industry.
Elena Spall is a Business Analytics and Information Systems major from Dallas, Texas. She is a member of the Business Honors Program, Bulls Business Community, Judy Genshaft Honors College, and the Association for Information Systems Student Chapter. She wants to promote equality in the business field. As a leader in a pre-professional dance program for 9 years, she values commitment, and is co-founding the Beyond Bounds Movement Project at USF.
Ryan Staack is a Florida local, born in Tampa and raised in Pinellas County. Staack is a global business student, with a concentration in finance. He kickstarted his academic career by enrolling into the St. Petersburg Collegiate Highschool program; during his years there, he started his first job, second job, and created an investment portfolio. Staack received his Diploma and A.A. degree at 17, and now he’s training for the skills and credentials needed to handle finance at an international level.
Nathan Steen is a Finance major form Lake Mary, Florida. In high school, he was a co-founder of the Florida Scrub Jay Environmental Politics Club, captained the Varsity Soccer team, member of Senior Class Council, and coached youth soccer. While attending USF, Steen intends to continue participating in local community outreach programs. After graduation, he hopes to obtain an MBA, work for a Fortune 500 company, and eventually start his own business.
Warren Watkins is a finance major and is in the Business Honors Program and the Bulls Business Community. He graduated in the top 10 percent of his class in high school, while also serving as a prefect in his senior year. Watkins is interested in the Financial Technology industry and studying how the industry will strive and perform in the future, and how the platform can be used to give back locally.
Gage Young is a Finance major with research interests surrounding financial management in the banking sector and plans to attain his MBA in accounting. Young graduated high school Summa Cum Laude with a Cambridge AICE Diploma as an active member of the Finance Academy, City Council, and School of Government. During Covid-19, Young started a profitable business curating and selling vintage clothing to individuals across the globe.
Paola Arnaldes is a finance major from Caracas, Venezuela. In high school, she served as president of the Arts and Humanities Club, was a member of the Best International Delegation in Harvard Model United Nations 2019 and an advocate for children’s education in underprivileged areas. After college, she hopes to obtain a PhD in law and continue promoting equal opportunities for students in her country.
Sumair Handa Bakshi
Born in Botswana and raised in India, Sumair Bakshi is a global business and finance major who aims to work in the renewable energy industry – a family passion. At a young age, Bakshi founded an organization to help protect marine life and he has since started a widely acclaimed movement to clean the River Ganga in India, attracting the support of celebrities, world leaders, industrialists and thousands of volunteers.
James Franch is a business analytics and information systems major with a concentration in cybersecurity. In high school, he was member of the football team and was twice awarded academic all-conference. He plans to study abroad and get an internship during his time at USF. After graduation, Franch plans to pursue a career in cybersecurity.
Sho Ishizuka is a finance major from Tokyo. He is a member of the Business Honors Program, Bulls Business Community, Bulls Business Network, Judy Genshaft Honors College and the Innovation Scholars Career Exploration Program. Ishizuka is bilingual in Japanese and English and earned a black belt in karate in his freshman year of high school. After graduation, he hopes to work for a Big Four accounting firm and eventually start his own business.
Ahhyun Joh is a business analytics and information systems major, who is aims to double major in corporate finance. Joh is part of the Academic Engagement Committee and aspires to study in Shang Hai, China as an exchange student. She was the president and founder of Cultural Appreciation Organization in high school. She hopes to pursue management information systems/financial analytics for a large corporation and gain an MBA.
Abdul Muqeet Khawaja
Abdul Muqeet Khawaja is a double-major in business analytics and information systems and accounting from Lahore, Pakistan. He is in the USF Business Honors Program, the Judy Genshaft Honors College and Leadership Community. His strengths radiate from his ownership of Eco-Topia, a sustainable self-cleaning water bottle, management of an NGO striving to spread mental awareness under “The Depression Project”, and experiences in the field of journalism to liberate women from the shackles of patriarchy. He is an all-rounder aiming to dominate the financial sector, tomorrow.
Justin Kwitchoff is a finance major from Fairfax, Virginia. In high school, he co-founded the first hockey club in school history and captained the varsity baseball team. He is part of the Business Honors Program, the Judy Genshaft Honors College, and the Bulls Business Community. He hopes to explore the psychological aspect of investing and leverage his learning experiences to pursue a career in the financial services industry.
Owen Leckie is a finance major with the Bulls Business Community Program from Orlando. Leckie was a nationally ranked team captain for the congressional speech and debate team at Lake Highland Preparatory School. He is involved in the Business Honors Program and the Judy Genshaft Honors College. Separately, Leckie manages an investment portfolio which will be utilized for graduate school. He is also rushing for Sigma Phi Epsilon. After graduation, Leckie hopes to complete a master’s degree in finance or business administration.
Ivanna M. Lizardi is an accounting major from San Juan, Puerto Rico. She is a member of the Business Honors Program and Bulls Business Community. Lizardi graduated as class valedictorian and was extensively involved in student government. She is passionate about public speaking and service and after graduation, she aspires to gain a master’s degree and lead a company.
Julia Lokay is a business advertising major aspiring to double major in environmental science with a concentration in policy and sustainability. Lokay is a member of the Business Honors Program and the Zimmerman Advertising Program. Her success has led to positions working alongside business owners and advertising creatives. Lokay plans to study abroad and research sustainable business and advertising practices during her time at USF.
Jason Miller is a supply chain management major from Hudson, Ohio. He graduated high school as part of the National Honors Society and the Spanish National Honors Society. He is also part of both the Judy Genshaft Honors College and the Business Honors Program. Miller wishes to work in either the automotive or golf industry, as those are two of his passions.
Nikola Nasto is a business analytics and information systems major from Albania. Nasto is a bilingual math tutor and the marketing manager of the Bulls Business Community. He graduated high school with an associate’s degree and fast-tracked his path toward a J.D. degree. As a member of the Business Honors Program and the Honors College, he hopes to build a strong profile with internships and research experience.
Thomas O’Halloran is a business analytics major from Westerville, Ohio. He is in the Bulls Business Community, Business Honors Program and the Judy Genshaft Honors College. O’Halloran finished high school with a 4.4 GPA and in the top 8 percent of his class while playing both football and baseball. After completing his undergraduate degree, he is interested in joining a sports organization in the business department.
Saif Saeed is a finance major from Islamabad, Pakistan, who is a member of USF’s Bulls Business Community and the Green and Gold Investment Club. He has lived in eight different countries and hopes to enhance his international outlook by studying abroad. Saeed has a special interest in cryptocurrencies, real estate and entrepreneurship and hopes to be involved in his country’s booming real estate sector after graduation.
Jade Sharon is a marketing major from Miami, who is a member of the Bulls Business Community and Bulls Honors Program. She graduated from the Academy of Finance at Coral Reef Senior High and was involved in several clubs including: Future Business Leaders of America, National Business Honor Society and National Honor Society and she interned for the CUDA Credit Union. After graduation, she hopes to obtain a master’s degree in marketing.
Avery Stauffer is a marketing major from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She graduated high school in the top 10 of her class where she served as captain of the varsity soccer team and member of the National Honors Society. After taking multiple introductory marketing classes, she was able to land her first internship in the spring of 2021. At USF, Stauffer is a member of the Bulls Business Community, Business Honors Program, and Judy Genshaft Honors College.
Josh Streitmatter is a pre-global business major from Sarasota. He is a part of the Bulls Business Community, the Business Honors Program and the Judy Genshaft Honors Program. He graduated in the top 10 percent of his class while getting his diploma from the International Baccalaureate Program. He also won a district championship for lacrosse while being a part of four honors societies. Streitmatter intends to attend law school and is looking forward to playing with the Bulls this upcoming lacrosse season.
Arlette Brito is a double-major in Marketing and Management from Tampa, Florida. Arlette is a first-generation American that graduated in the top 10% of her class as well as with an Associates in Arts Degree. Arlette is a member of the Bulls Business Community, the Business Honors Program, and is a George W. Jenkins Scholar. Her history with and passion for student government has led her to pursue management.
Teju Calambakkam is a Business Advertising major with the Zimmerman Advertising Program from Lake Mary, Florida. Calambakkam was Editor-in-Chief of her high school’s award-winning yearbook. Her experiences helped her earn a marketing internship, which turned into her current part-time job. Separately, Calambakkam does graphic design work for a non-profit organization, Girls For Science. She is also involved with two choirs at USF. After graduation, Calambakkam hopes to complete a master’s degree at USF.
Aaditya Daga is a Finance major from Tampa, Florida. Daga graduated from the International Baccalaureate program in high school where he was also a member of the speech and debate team. In addition to his education, Daga is a cofounder of the BestFit Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to breaking down socioeconomic barriers for high school students. After his undergraduate degree Daga hopes to return to school for his MBA and work for an investment firm.
Delaney Dean is an advertising major from Pensacola, Florida. She is a proud member of the Zimmerman Advertising Program and the Business Honors Program. In highschool, she interned through the Pensacola Children’s Chorus, and served as both the drama club president and varsity golf captain. Delaney is an advocate for Rally for Childhood Cancer, and strives to use knowledge learned from her major to spread awareness and raise funds.
Ashton DeMarse is a Finance major from Tampa, Florida. He is a member of the Bulls Business Community, Business Honors Program, and Judy Genshaft Honors College. He was Captain for an award-winning speech and debate team, during high school, as well as having received the Student of the Year Award from the National Speech and Debate Association Sunshine District. He is planning on working towards his MBA and PhD.
Madison Farrens is a Supply Chain Management major from Ormond Beach, Florida who is aiming to double major in Industrial Engineering. She is a part of the Judy Genshaft Honors College, Business Honors Program, Bulls Business Community, Bulls Business Network, and the Judy Genshaft Student Council. She is hoping to take part in Semester in Exeter Program, Intramural sports when they open again and one or more of the hundreds of research opportunities offered by USF. She hopes to gain a management position at a large international company to give her opportunities to travel while working.
Reaney Haskell is an Advertising major from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She graduated from the Cambridge Program in high school where she founded and supervised the chess club. After her internship at a local digital advertising company, she found her passion in demographical and analytical advertising. Now, Haskell is a part of the Zimmerman Advertising Program (ZAP), Bulls Business Network (BBN), and the Business Honors Program (BHP) where she is pursuing her Master’s degree.
Sophia Hower plans to major in Global Business with a concentration in Business Analytics. In high school, Sophia was the cofounder of the Empowerment Club and was an active member of the Freeport Board of Directors. Sophia is involved in the Bulls Business Community and Business Honors Program at USF. She hopes to do research on the effects of the ever-changing economy in regard to refugee families.
Nathan Johnson is a first-year student from Worthington, Ohio. He is a finance major. When he was in high school, he competed in the state meet for Cross Country twice and was a three-year captain of the bowling team. During Johnson’s time at USF, he hopes to research things he is passionate about, including finding ways resources can be used more efficiently.
Noah Levin is a Business Advertising major from Pembroke Pines, FL. Along with completing his studies in the Zimmerman Advertising Program, Noah wants to learn how to manage a business along with his fellow cohorts. He was one of 16 individuals to make it to the state level in a scholastic music competition. After college, Noah hopes to work in the business field before returning to school for his Doctorate.
Ishika Patel is a first-generation, Business Advertising major from Lake Worth, Florida. She started her first business 17 during a global pandemic and hopes to inspire others to take action in the face of adversity. Her continued interest in studying market trends and creative advertising in addition to her admiration for business leadership pushed her to pursue the Zimmerman Advertising Program. Currently, Ishika is also a member of the Business Honors Program and serves as the Senator for Hall Council. She hopes the benefits from the programs she is currently involved in will help her achieve her goal of being the chief-creative-officer of a successful company.
Pablo Puga is a marketing major from Miami, Florida. Throughout high school, Pablo was vice president of Key Club, captain of the varsity water polo team and founder of Teach Hope Spread Love, an organization focused on aiding the homeless communities of South Florida. Pablo hopes to use his leadership experience to allow him to eventually pursue his dream of being able to work for a nonprofit organization that has commendable values and eventually be the chief-executive-officer of a nonprofit organization.
Claire Rauh is a Marketing major student from Madrid, Spain. Claire is a member of USF’s Bulls Business Community, Judy Genshaft Honors College, and Business Honors Program. Claire has lived in China, Spain and the US and wants to continue growing in her international outlook by doing a year abroad while at USF. As an ambassador to Blue Missions, a water and sanitation initiative, she wants to contribute to underserved communities. She has a special interest in digital marketing, real estate and entrepreneurship. She hopes to start her career with a large multinational in the field of Marketing.
Yuki Shao is a first-generation Management major from Tampa, Florida. She is interested in minoring in finance and getting her master’s. Bilingual in Chinese and English, she wishes to study abroad to enhance her professional endeavors. Shao is part of the Genshaft Honors, Bulls Business Community and Business Honors Program at USF. Graduating high school as the environmental club president and National Honor Society officer, she wishes to consult sustainable businesses to become vastly more efficient and expand globally.
Leah Whitney is a Marketing major from Cincinnati, Ohio. Leah is a member of the Bulls Business Community, Business Honors Program and Sigma Delta Tau sorority. Outside of her education, Leah is passionate about helping children with special needs and led camps where she taught kids with disabilities to play baseball and softball. After graduation, Leah plans to get her MBA and land a job in medical or pharmaceutical sales.
Jack Barrios is a Finance major from Miami Florida. In addition to his education he is passionate about serving the community. Barrios was the captain of his varsity golf team throughout his high school career. He hopes to do research on the effects of decreasing immigration rates on the economy. After completing his undergraduate degree Barrios plans on gaining work experience before returning to school for an MBA.
Olivia Blakley is a first-generation student and marketing major from St. Augustine, Florida. Olivia graduated valedictorian of her high school and is now a member of the Bull Business Network, Bulls Business Community, Business Honors Program, and Kappa Delta Sorority. Her success landed her a marketing internship at 16 that sparked an interest in the career field. She hopes the benefits from the programs she is currently involved in will help her achieve her goal of being the chief-marketing-officer of a successful company.
Rajeev Chachad is a finance major from Lakeland, Florida. Rajeev is a member of USF’s Bulls Business Community, Judy Genshaft Honors College, and Business Honors Program. Rajeev is affectionate about puppies and was once a volunteer at the SPCA. He plans to study abroad and get an internship during his time at USF. After graduation, Rajeev desires to receive a Master’s in Business Administration and work in a career related to financial services.
Sanal Gupta is a Finance major from Tampa, FL. Sanal graduated from the International Baccalaureate program in high school, where he was also part of the varsity tennis team. In university Sanal is part Bulls Business Community, Bulls Business Network, and the Business Honors Program. He is also involved in the Student Investment Club at USF and plans to research cryptocurrency. After university, Sanal plans to go into private equity or investment banking.
Caleb Krassner is a Business Advertising major from Palm Coast, FL. He is a part of the Zimmerman Advertising Program, the Judy Genshaft Honors College, the Business Honors Program, and Mayor for Hall Council. Throughout high school, Caleb was president of National Honors Society, Interact Club, and Creative Writing Club. Caleb hopes to use his numerous leadership positions throughout high school and college as a stepping stone to a successful career in the advertising/marketing field. Upon graduation, he will use the resources and opportunities USF gave to him to hopefully work for a non-profit or company with admirable morals.
Kimberly Nakamura is a Global Business major with a concentration in Marketing. In addition to the Business Honors Program, she is an active member in the Japanese Language Club and the Women in Business Society. She is considering a minor in Japanese language, and plans to study abroad in Japan during the summer of 2020. After graduation, she hopes to find a career in international marketing that would allow her to travel.
Katelyn Payne is a Business Advertising major from Tampa, Fla. Payne was Editor-in-Chief of her high school’s newspaper and a student speaker at the Florida Scholastic Press Association state convention. Her love for journalism production and business leadership led her to the Zimmerman Advertising Program and the Business Honors Program. Payne intends to use the resources offered at USF to make a difference in her community and in the world of advertising.
Hannah Proctor is a marketing major from Collierville, TN. Hannah is very creative and loves to use her innovative thinking in her classes. She is a part of the Bulls Business Community and Business honors program and hopes to expand her learning experience by being apart of these communities. Hannah plans to study abroad in the summer and aspires to work for a company that promotes ocean conservancy or a creative environment like Disney.
Marina Roberts is a management major from Tampa, Florida. Roberts was an active member of the sports marketing program in her high school. She competed at the international level in DECA while holding the position of VP of Competition in her chapter due to her recognition at the state level for her test and role-play performance. Upon graduation, Roberts hopes to further her education in the Vinik Sports and Entertainment Management program.
Andrew Skidmore is a first-year student pursuing a degree in finance. Andrew is a member of the Bulls Business Community and Business Honors Program; Andrew is also looking to start a boxing club at USF and is applying to be on the volunteer dive and rescue team for the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. In high school, Andrew played varsity football, varsity soccer, and co-founded the school’s Ping Pong Club. After graduation, Andrew plans on pursuing an MBA at USF.
Zachary Slezak is currently a Business Analytics and Information Science major aspiring to minor in Entrepreneurship. In addition to the Business Honors Program, he is also a member of the USF Honors College, Phi Chi Theta Professional Fraternity, and USF Ice Hockey Team. Slezak intends to focus research on the art of person to person interaction and how it affects the processes within the business world.