Adam Wortman has fully immersed himself in the culture of USF while beginning to focus on a career in the corporate finance trust industry. He will graduate in December 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in finance and a minor in economics. He is a member of the Bulls Business Network and has been named to the dean’s list since the fall of 2016.
He is the recipient of the USF Scholars Award and has earned an overall GPA of 3.96. Wortman serves as president of the Student Finance Association, where he coordinates networking events and finance career-related workshops for association members. He also is the recording secretary for the executive board of Phi Gamma Delta, an international fraternity. In that role, he supervises the fraternity’s chairmen and organizes philanthropic events with other Greek organizations.
Wortman started working as a career peer advisor with USF Career Services in September 2017 and within a few months, he assumed the post of data management analysis officer. In that role, Wortman assembles, analyzes and reports data to promote student interaction within the office. He serves as first point of contact for the office through their walk-in services and career fairs.
For Wortman, professional development and campus involvement are tied together and while focusing on his own academic and career path, he helps other students prepare for their future professionals endeavors.