Yogesh Chatulani has worked to identify business problems and address them, even while still a USF student.
As vice president of Enactus, a nonprofit organization at USF, Chatulani and other members of the organization saw that there was a need among USF students for professional attire at career fairs. Chatulani now serves as project leader for Suit-A-Bull, which collects donated suits and lends them to USF students free of charge. This semester alone, Suit-A-Bull has served 74 students. He also volunteered as an AmeriCorps tutor for two years, helping to improve the reading levels of more than 40 disadvantaged elementary school students.
As a Management Information Systems major, Chatulani has also seized opportunities for professional development. He studied abroad in India during 2012 on an ISDS department scholarship, where he was able to further understanding of software engineering and project management at Infosys, one of the world’s most innovative IT companies. He has held an on-campus internship with RepNation as a Verizon Wireless Brand Ambassador and worked as a graphic and web designer for USF’s Humanities and Cultural Studies department. He is currently employed by the Information Systems Decision Sciences department.
Additionally, Chatulani is a Dean’s List scholar and serves as the IT director for business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi.
8 Replies to “Yogesh Chatulani, Management Information Systems”
Yogesh is the best!!!
Thanks a lot, David!
Thank you so much!
Thanks, Gisel! 🙂
Wow, made my son read this .he is only 14 but always wonderful to hear a fellow indo/american doing fro all! Hats off to you, and thank you for all that you do.
Hi Tammy! Sorry I just saw your comment but thanks a lot! I truly appreciate it 🙂