Andrea Soto, Marketing and Finance

Andrea3A member of the Business Honors Program and the Provost’s Scholars Program, Muma College of Business senior Andrea Soto took only three years to earn a double major in marketing and finance. Since enrolling at USF, Soto has been actively involved with campus life, lent a hand in the local and global community, while maintaining her 3.48 overall grade-point average and a professional attitude.

During the first two weeks of her first semester, Soto ran for a position on the executive board of the Business Honors Service Association. Since then, she has been involved with several other projects such as working with St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, Wounded Warriors Project and Junior Achievement.

She also has been a representative throughout campus in several ways. She has given tours to prospective students for the Green and Gold Guides, while also working as a community manager in the Greek Village for her sorority Delta Gamma at USF Housing and Residential Education. She also served as mentor in the Bulls Business Community.

Soto interned at Raymond James Financial last summer in the marketing department where she worked on marketing research, account management and marketing strategy and communication. Soon after, she earned a full-time position in marketing strategy. Soto is expected to graduate in May 2017 with an overall grade-point average of 3.48.

4 Replies to “Andrea Soto, Marketing and Finance”

  1. Andrea is so remarkable in all that she accomplishes. She serves as a leader and role model to many and is extremely qualified as a 25 under 25.

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