Madyson Winters has made good use of the resources offered through USF and the Muma College of Business. She was able to accomplish many things she never thought possible and as she finishes the last semester of her junior year, she has built a scholastic record of scholarship, leadership, professional involvement and community service through her accomplishments.
She serves as the first female president of Phi Chi Theta, a business fraternity, where she organizes and executes operations based on philanthropy, social and professional development. She is the first USF student to win Selling with the Bulls Intercollegiate competition where she competed against over 100 students across the country. She also serves as a Muma College of Business student ambassador where she meets prospective business students.
She was chosen to be one of twenty students to represent the Business Honors Program by completing rigorous coursework and engaging in community service. While in the Business Honors Program, Winters helped set up a donation drive to collect items in need for a local domestic abuse shelter. Also, Winters was selected to be a student in the prestigious Zimmerman Advertising Program where she earns a Business Advertising degree and master’s degree in five years.
She has also organized numerous fundraising events to help Tampa Bay organizations such as Feeding Tampa Bay, Relay for Life, and Metropolitan Ministries.
Winters, who has a 4.0 grade point average, will graduate in 2022.