St. Petersburg Campus Homecoming 2020 Court

SKYLER Adams

How have you impacted the USF community?
Through my role in Food Recovery, my team and I have collected and donated almost three thousand pounds of food that would have otherwise been thrown away. This number is including just one year’s recoveries, since my presidency of the club began last fall. Furthermore, through my work at Compass I helped plan events that would bring the community together and help our newest students make friends and feel welcomed at their new home. Anytime I am on campus at my classes and other involvements, I strive to support my fellow bulls and bring a smile wherever I go!

What makes you best suited for the position of Homecoming Royalty at the USF St. Petersburg campus?
While I know there are plenty of students on this campus who are worthy of this amazing position, I believe that I am suited for this position because I truly care about our school and want the opportunity to represent our campus in any way that I can. As an Ambassador, I have been very thoroughly vetted to ensure that I met the highest of standards to best represent the school. I love making people happy and sharing my joy with anyone and everyone around me, in any way that I can, and I would love the opportunity to do that as a part of the 2020 Homecoming Royalty.

Noelle Bederman

How have you impacted the USF community?
I have impacted the USF community with both my involvement in the photography club and my genuine love for this school. Every relationship I have formed at USF has deeply impacted me, and I believe I have done the same for the other bulls. Whenever I have the opportunity, I will help my fellow bulls with anything they need, ranging from help with classes to someone to talk to after a long day.

What makes you best suited for the position of Homecoming Royalty at the USF St. Petersburg campus?
My leadership involvement in the photography club makes me best suited for this position. I have engaged with many students as well as helped them improve their photography skills. USF is home to me, and I feel a strong connection to its community.

Anastasia D'Ausilio

How have you impacted the USF community?
I am actively an advocate for all the resources offered on or around campus as well as being as involved as I can be.

What makes you best suited for the position of Homecoming Royalty at the USF St. Petersburg campus?
I truly bleed green and gold and I have so much love for USF and the people here. I am actively involved on campus and I encourage all students to do so as well.

Sara Henk

How have you impacted the USF community?
I have impacted the community by being a welcoming face to new students on campus and helping excite them to get started at USFSP. I have also been someone who people can come talk to and be a shoulder to lean on.

What makes you best suited for the position of Homecoming Royalty at the USF St. Petersburg campus?
I feel I am best suited because I love USFSP pride in me all of the time and could represent what USFSP stands for and its students.

Israel Hickey

How have you impacted the USF community?
Being a positive influence on my peers. Try to be a friend to everyone I meet

What makes you best suited for the position of Homecoming Royalty at the USF St. Petersburg campus?
I believe that I have been able to perform well in my academics, and social life in spite of what’s all going on at this time. I enjoyed participating in the online events and just making the best out of this year. So, I considered running for homecoming royalty as part of making the most out of this year.

Aldo Jesus

How have you impacted the USF community?
Assisted students in transitioning into college life through being a Compass PeerCoach, provided a variety of on-campus and virtual events for students through HAB, helped the St Pete community by making and delivering food to people of need such as women of CASA, homeless shelters, etc

What makes you best suited for the position of Homecoming Royalty at the USF St. Petersburg campus?
I have spent my full college life on campus at USF St Pete and plan to complete my college education as a Bull! I have contributed to building the school spirit of the St Petersburg campus! I have loved helping with and being a part of huge events that contribute to the representation of our communities, including two Pride parades, the MLK Day parade, etc. Spending time doing work to help those in need has been amazing, including making care packages to give out to homeless shelters, helping with Food Recovery Club to give the remaining meals from the Reef to shelters such as CASA, etc. My role as a student leader in helping new and incoming students that needed assistance adjusting to the new environment of college life by presenting them with the resources our campus offers, helping with classes and time management, and overall being a friend to all who need one. As a Director and President for Harborside Activities Board, I have absolutely loved creating tons of fun and immersive events for the students of our campus and working with my team!

Veronica Jimenez 

How have you impacted the USF community?
I have impacted the USF community by being engaged with Student Government. Throughout the years, the senators are in charge of creating a budget for clubs and organizations on this campus. It is a great feeling also being able to fund events that Student Government provides the funds for and watching them take place at the end.

What makes you best suited for the position of Homecoming Royalty at the USF St. Petersburg campus?
Something that makes me best suited for Homecoming Royalty is that I am very passionate about this school, and especially our campus. I have also been a voice for the student body through Student Government for the past three years.

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