Juliana Almeida, Marketing and Integrated Public Relations and Advertising

Juliana Almeida was accepted into the Judy Genshaft Honors College after receiving around $50,000 in scholarships. She joined the Brazilian Student Association at USF as a marketing analyst, where she used social media to connect with hundreds of students and market a series of events that raised over $15,000 in sales, an experience that made her fall in love with her major. Almeida is a junior and a double major in marketing and integrated public relations and advertising.

Shortly after, she became one of the five founders of the largest student-led Brazilian conference in Florida, BRASA Connect. There, Almeida executed a marketing strategy that brought USF’s international community together – the event sold over 200 tickets and brought students from all over the country.

This year, Almeida was the chief marketing officer for USF Student Government. Through that role, she impacted people from different backgrounds on a larger scale. One of her favorite campaigns focused on food insecurity and led to over 400 items being donated to the Feed-A-Bull pantry. A program advisor described Almeida as someone who is “guided by empathy and compassion for others.”

“She has so much pride when she speaks about community excellence and how she made a positive impact within her community,” he wrote.

Almeida has served as an intern twice, once for Panasonic North America and once at Marriott Vacations Worldwide. This summer, she will intern in IBM’s Marketing Summer Internship program in New York City.

3 Replies to “Juliana Almeida, Marketing and Integrated Public Relations and Advertising”

  1. Parabéns pela sua dedicação e comprometimento. Seus pais são valorosos por terem te educado tão bem. Felicidades sempre.

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