Juanita Garzon, Finance and Econometrics

Juanita Garzon counts herself lucky. The daughter of Colombian and Brazilian parents, she comes from a multicultural environment where moving between countries, languages, and cultures is second nature. From her diverse background, she has gained adaptability and social skills that have helped her thrive at USF. She has used her time at USF to grow professionally, thrive academically, and give back to her community.

In 2019, she founded the Youth Adventure Camp in Bogota, Colombia. The summer camp serves as a refuge for displaced children affected by the armed violence between the country’s government and the rival insurgent groups.

That experience sparked a personal interest in business management. At USF, Garzon joined Delta Sigma Pi, a professional co-ed business fraternity. She serves as the chapter’s national fraternity advisor where she approves the finances of other collegiate chapters in the southern region.

Garzon is a finance and econometrics double major with an international studies minor. Since January, she has worked as an advisor support specialist at Florida Financial Advisors, helping support clients assess their financial needs. This summer, she heads to New York as a summer analyst intern in the Wealth Management division at Bank of America.

With so many exciting opportunities on the horizon, Garzon is looking forward to facing, and adapting, to the next challenges.

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