Andrew Davis has a heart for service. When he became an Eagle Scout, he designed and built a new obstacle course for Horses for Handicapped, one that its clients used to train for the Special Olympics. He has helped with countless service activities, from post-hurricane landscaping tasks at his church to collecting school supplies for an elementary school. For the past decade, Davis can be found at Bay Pines Memorial Cemetary on Veterans Day, placing flags on the graves of fallen soldiers. His altruistic nature is something to be admired.
His academic prowess is equally commendable. Davis earned a bachelor’s degree, summa cum laude, from St. Petersburg College in 2020. He studied abroad at Estudio Sampere in Spain in 2018 and his resume is peppered with academic achievement awards, ranging from St. Petersburg College’s Alumni Achievement Award to its Global Distinction honor.
He has combined academics and community service as a college student. At USF, Davis serves as treasurer of USF’s College Republicans chapter and director of marketing for the Green and Gold Capital Group, an investment club. He serves on the Marshall Student Center Advisory Board and working on the “Involvement Challenge” hosted by the Center for Student Involvement. His short-term USF projects include helping fellow students register to vote and collecting nearly 2,000 canned items for Feed-A-Bull, USF’s food pantry.
Davis will complete the MBA program in August and, as a member of the Army Reserve Officer’s Training Corps., will then begin his military career.