Orzumand Khodiev is set to graduate in May and has a job offer from FedEx Freight. Khodiev is studying supply-chain management and is working as a global procurement intern with Bristol-Myers Squibb. He believes he may get an offer from that corporation as well.
He credits his education at the USF Muma College of Business for putting him in the desirable position of having at least one job offer – possibly more – waiting in the wings. He holds an overall GPA of 3.7 and is a candidate for a dual degree in both marketing and political science. He frequently has been named to the dean’s list and has been the recipient of an USF Honors College scholarship along with an INTO USF scholarship.
He is a candidate for the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and participated in the global banking boot camp sponsored by Citi Bank. He was involved with the USF Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement and served as a student leader for INTO USF. He joined the Global Citizens Project and participated in the USF Model United Nations Conference.
To further his leadership skills, Khodiev founded the Association of Central Asian Students with a goal to connect all Slavic-speaking students to support one another. Over six months, more than 40 students joined the association.