Meet Developer and Hip Hop Dancer Evan Zhou
Evan Zhou is a front-end web developer, amateur hip hop dancer and an aspiring entrepreneur. He studied mechanical engineering at USC.
Alexei Naumann is the President of SLAM! at USC. SLAM! Program Los Angeles is a project of Community Partners and engages a network of passionate college student volunteers to teach after-school music classes in underserved public high schools.
Jacob is currently a USC Marshall student studying business administration. He is emphasizing in management. He’s a practicing magician and started USC’s first organization dedicated to the art of magic.
Alison Chang is a Junior majoring in Business Administration and very active on campus. Alison is the Assistant Director of Asian Pacific American Student Assembly (APASA), a member of the USC Helenes, and the National Vice President of the Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association (ITASA).
Amanda Geiger is President of USC Marshall Women’s Leadership Board (MWLB). MWLB is both a professional and social organization which gives USC’s top female business students networking, professional development, and leadership opportunities.
Chris McCall is the President of Society 53. Society 53 is the Student Alumni Society’s leadership program in charge of programming and events. In addition to being President of Society 53, Chris was the former President of his fraternity, Kappa Sigma.
Jackie Chen is the President of the National Organization for Business and Engineering (NOBE) at USC. NOBE brings together students from both the business school and engineering school to help them develop professional skills that will help them in the business world. In addition to running NOBE Jackie is also a RA in Century Apartments.
Dave Korneluk is the President of the Emergency Medical Services of the University of Southern California (EMSC). EMSC is a student organization that provides pre-hospital care to Trojans and the USC community.
ShuWen Zhang is the Executive Director of USC Kazan Taiko. After witnessing Taiko drumming in Japan she developed an interest in it, but it wasn’t until she came to USC that she was able to go from spectator to performer.
Leslie Chang is the president of Trojan Consulting Group a Marshall student organization which provides pro-bono consulting services to non-profits and small businesses in the Los Angeles Area.