Class of 2022 Spotlights

Five new Marshall graduates share the most meaningful moments in their USC journeys.

Two 2022 graduates
Two 2022 Marshall graduates.

The Class of 2022 smiled, waved, hugged, and cried as they made their way into the Galen Center to celebrate in person the long-awaited tradition that is commencement. With rows and rows of families and friends gathered in the stands of the large auditorium and family gathering virtually through live stream watching as they walked across the stage   to receive their diploma, this year’s graduates can finally call themselves #MarshallGrads!

Read some of the profiles from the Marshall graduates as they share with us their post-commencement plans, their favorite Marshall classes, and more.

Yesenia Pablo is a recent grad of the Master of Science in Social Entrepreneurship (MSSE) program. She shares some of the highlights from her time as a student as well as her plans for after graduation, which include self-care and relaxation. Read more.

Kara Bittman completed her degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing. She shares how she was able to build community despite the challenges that came with remote work. Read more.

Faith Choi just walked across the stage at Galen with her business degree, a specialty in finance, and a minor in legal studies. She shares the importance of the Trojan Family and how her coursework at Marshall impacted her life. Read more.

Anthony Sottile, a new graduate, shares the life-changing experiences he valued during his time at Marshall and how the networking opportunities set him up for success in his post-grad life. Read more.

Miguel Cervantes is a recent graduate of the USC Master of Business for Veterans (MBV) program. A former Marine officer, Miguel started the program after a career in health and safety, with experience as both an executive and consultant. He shares how invaluable the Marshall family is to him. Read more.