University of Southern California, Business Administration, Class of ‘23
Francesca is a rising sophomore studying Business Administration at the University of Southern California, where she has been able to explore her passions for marketing, entrepreneurship, project planning, fashion, and design. She was selected among the top 10% of incoming business freshmen to engage in Marshall’s Global Leadership Program, honing her leadership skills and learning world business practices from international executives. On campus, she has held positions in Undergraduate Student Government, Residential Community Council, Black Student Assembly, and Black Business Student Association, all of which have helped her cultivate her love for programming, working alongside a team, and uplifting her peers.
Francesca recently served as a pro-bono strategy consultant to a small Brazilian social business, developing a new business model and marketing campaigns. She also interned for her LA City Council office, where she expanded upon her project management and communication techniques while identifying social issues affecting her community. In the future, she hopes to work as a creative executive, and build her own businesses within the design or social impact sectors. Her ultimate career goal is to utilize her innovative mindset to address voids and affect positive change within the lives of others. The traits and abilities she has gained throughout her extracurriculars and work experience will prove profitable wherever her dynamic interests take her. Through Apprentice, she hopes to gain a more comprehensive toolbox of both hard and soft skills, as well as deeper insights into the vast realm of entrepreneurship.
Top 3 Skills
Creative problem solving, Project Management, Collaboration
- Capital Projects Intern for LA City Council District 8 (Summer 2020)
- Strategy Consultant at Emzingo|U / Visao do Bem (Summer 2020)
- Online MBA Marketing TA (Jan 2020–May 2020)
- McCarthy Honors Programming Chair (Sept 2019–May 2020)
- 2019 Graduate of the Year
- Global Leadership Program participant
- Presidential Scholar
- Marshall Dean’s List