Sarah Reynolds, Finance

From the moment she stepped onto USF’s campus, Sarah Reynolds knew she wanted to be a part of something big.  She has been a member of Delta Delta Delta, a social sorority, since her freshman year.  She has held various leadership positions in the sorority, such as the vice president of finance, where she was responsible for managing a $120,000 budget, making sure that accounts receivable were collected and checks were sent to local businesses.  She now serves as the vice president of chapter development.   In addition to her involvement in Delta Delta Delta, Reynolds has served as a panhellenic recruitment counselor for the USF Greek system. Continue reading “Sarah Reynolds, Finance”

Paul Robertson, Finance

Aspiring for a career in corporate law, Paul Robertson knows that internships that will help him in his future career.  He currently serves as a legislative intern for Congresswoman Kathy Castor, where he is responsible for helping constituents gain access to aid and drafting responses to congressional matters.  He has also served as an intern for the Orlando-based private law firm Anderson and Anderson P.A., where he shadowed a board certified attorney. Continue reading “Paul Robertson, Finance”

Volkan Turan, Finance & Marketing

From starting a lawn mowing business at the age of ten to running a multi-purpose advertising company at the age of 21, Volkan Turan has always been a focused entrepreneur and leader.  His company, Vmax Productions, LLC started with an idea for a YouTube-based car inventorying company.  Now, Turan has turned the company into a successful video-advertising business. Continue reading “Volkan Turan, Finance & Marketing”