University of Southern California

Marshall Voices

The tremendous popularity of online classes of many sorts lets us know that there is a huge global audience hungry for education.
In 1992 I organized the very first USC Marshall Scholarship Luncheon.
My dad was an alcoholic and lost his job when he was 42. He never recovered.
Imagine three of the world’s top business schools getting together and offering undergraduate students a chance to spend their freshman year in America.
When I visited a Toyota plant in Kentucky a while ago, I was astonished
My father died when I was very young and my mother raised our family by herself.
My parents were Holocaust survivors who arrived here with high school diplomas and a desire to start a new life.
I have traveled millions of miles to reach my destination.
Today I will walk across a stage, receive my diploma.
The story of my love of entrepreneurship begins with my parents.