Alexandra Andrlova, Accounting

IMG_4836Alexandra Andrlova grew up in the Czech Republic. When she came to the United States, she immediately immersed herself in American culture and soon became a productive member of Tampa’s community. She volunteered at the Lowry Park Zoo (now Zoo Tampa at Lowry Park), where she met, interacted with people and got to know the ins and outs of the local landscape while making new friends all along the way. She now is not only a part of the Tampa fabric, but an integral part of USF and the Muma College of Business as well. 

Alexandra is expected to graduate in 2020 with a degree in accounting.  She currently has an overall grade-point average of 3.98. She picked the major because it will give her a lifelong opportunity to interact with people of different cultures through her career.

She has been named to the dean’s list dating back to 2016.  She is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, the Global Citizen Project, the Phi Sigma Theta/National Honor Society and the USF Honors College. She also participated in the USF Emerging Leaders Institute in 2017.

She worked at Citi as a treasury and trade solutions intern and will return to Citi for another internship in the summer of 2019. She has taken summer jobs in her native Czech Republic for a wholesale grocery distributor, a commercial bank, an events agency and a golf club where she was named captain of the women’s golf team. She also has staged golf tournaments for children.


One Reply to “Alexandra Andrlova, Accounting”

  1. Saša is one of the most driven, smart, and mature young folks I’ve ever met. Yet she is down to earth, fun, and incredibly kind hearted. I’m privileged to call her a friend and expect to see her accomplish great things in her career and for others. Way to go Saša! So proud of you!

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