USF is proud of its designation as a campus that is highly engaged in its community. Randell Nairn is highly engaged in her USF community. She has participated in countless professional development programs offered in the College of Business, such as etiquette dinners, networking and training events, and corporate tours.
She clearly enjoys living on campus. As a resident assistant, Nairn has planned programs for residents in the Bulls Business Community, a living-learning community for high-achieving students. Nairn also serves as the youngest residence life mentor and assists new resident assistants as they become acclimated to their new positions.
Beyond residence life, Nairn serves as the treasurer for Shekinah Glory Student Ministries program and she tutors elementary-school-aged children through the “It’s All About Kids” program. In addition, she holds two chair positions in the National Council of Negro Women.
While she enjoys serving her community, she also knows when it is time to focus on her studies. Nairn is a member of both the Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society and the Economics Honor Society. She has earned multiple academic scholarships at USF and has maintained a spot on the dean’s list since January 2011. In addition, she was awarded the USF Scholar Award and USF’s “History of Achievement” award.
Nairn aims to work as an economist for the Federal Reserve.