Spring Class of 2020

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Jesika Amoriello

Graduation: Fall 2021

Jesika is a junior in the Judy Genshaft Honors College pursuing concurrent degrees in Psychology and Social Work. She is currently a Research Assistant in the School of Social Work, testing an artificial intelligence technology that may be used to diagnose Post Traumatic Stress Disorder via speech and non-verbal behaviors. On campus she served as President of the Undergraduate Psychology Association, is a member of Psi Chi, The International Honor Society in Psychology, and works as a Dispatcher for Student Government’s SAFE Team. She also interns as a Crisis Counselor for the Crisis Text Line, a free support text line for those in crisis. Upon graduation, she plans on attending graduate school to earn a Master of Social Work.

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Sami Araboghli

Graduation: Spring 2021

Sami is a fourth year Interdisciplinary Social Sciences major with concentrations in Criminology and Government & Global Affairs, and will be graduating in Spring 2021. He is a proud member of the USF Ambassadors. During his time at USF Sarasota-Manatee he has served as a Senator in Student Government and President of the USF Ambassadors program. Sami has completed an internship with Washington D.C. based security and intelligence consulting firm Security Management International, through which he was able to have writings published in the Harvard Business Review as well as the Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security. Sami has also completed an internship with the Office of Congressman Vern Buchanan, and now currently works as an aide to Congressman Greg Steube. Sami also currently serves as an Amphibious Assault Vehicle Crew-Chief in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. Upon graduation, Sami plans on continuing his passion for public service by joining the U.S. Foreign Service.

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Raavi Singh

Graduation: Spring 2021

Raavi is a second year Master of Public Health student concentrating in Healthcare Organizations and Management. Raavi will graduate the College of Public Health in the Spring of 2021 and plans on completing a fellowship to learn all she can about management in a hospital. Within the College of Public Health, she is a Graduate Assistant for the BullPEN initiative under Dr. Anna Armstrong, the Vice President of the Public Health Student Association, and the Membership Engagement officer of the Healthcare Management Student Association. Outside of the university, Raavi is also a Research Assistant at the Moffitt Cancer Center. She is also an active member in the Tampa Bay Indian community and is a member of the Hindu Student Council at the University of South Florida.

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Samantha Cavallaro

Graduation: Spring 2021

Samantha is a fourth year student majoring in Marine Biology with a minor in Psychology. She is the president of the GloBull Ambassadors, as well as a member of the USF Kosove Society, the Global Citizens Project Student Association, Marine Biology Club, Rotaract Club, and Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society. Outside of USF, she is an avid scuba diver and an intern at the Brevard Zoo’s Sea Turtle Healing Center. Upon graduation, she is planning to pursue a career in the rescue and rehabilitation of marine animals.

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John Cranston

Graduation: Summer 2021

John Cranston is a fourth-year student majoring in Economics with a minor in Spanish and Entrepreneurship. John enlisted in the United States Marine Corps after High School and has risen to the rank of Staff Sergeant during his career. After graduation, John will commission as a Second Lieutenant and continue his military service while pursuing an MBA.

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Kianna Freeman

Graduation: Fall 2021

Kianna is a third-year Quantitative Economics and Econometrics student, also minoring in Environmental Science and Policy. She is the current Tampa Chief of Staff for the 1st consolidated Student Government term, a USF Ambassador, a Student Representative for the Student Green Energy Fund (SGEF), and a participant in the Global Citizens Project. Kianna is someone who focuses on giving back to any community she is placed in and strives by keeping an air of positivity around her at all times. In the future, she would like to serve as an advisor to governments, organizations, and institutions on their energy and sustainability decisions.

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Gustavo Spangher

Graduation: Fall 2021

Gustavo Spangher is a third-year student majoring in Accounting with a minor in Business Analytics and Information Systems, originally from Ribeirão Preto, Brazil. He has served USF as an Orientation Leader, Resident Assistant for the Bulls Business Community, President of International Student Association, and currently serves as a USF Ambassador and Student Body Vice President. Upon graduation, Gustavo plans on pursuing his CPA and going into public accounting and business consulting.

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Hannah Wanless

Graduation: Summer 2020

Hannah Rose is a Senior at the University of South Florida Saint Petersburg working on her Bachelors degree in History. She is the former Student Body Vice President of the Saint Petersburg campus, and has served previously within the Senate. Outside of Student Government, she has worked on campus as a Peer Coach in the Compass Student Experience team. After graduating from USF, she plans on getting a masters degree in Higher Education.

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Sydni Schlosser

Graduation: Spring 2021

Sydni is a senior pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a Bachelor of Science in Cell & Molecular Biology.  She has been the president of Hope for the Homeless at USF and an undergraduate research assistant at the college of medicine since her freshman year. She has also co-authored and published two manuscripts for robotic surgery clinical research and serves as a planning committee member for the Women in Surgery Career Symposium. Sydni is a 2020 Golden Bull Award recipient, and a member of the Judy Genshaft Honors College. She will be graduating in spring 2021 and will be pursuing a masters in health economics before attending medical school.