As Asian Pacific American Heritage Month wraps up, we applaud the many accomplishments members of these communities within Marshall have made in the last year.
Here are just a few of those stories:
Anthea Xiao ’21, scholarship winner and double major in business and accounting, was featured as one of our new graduates who is going places. In her case, Goldman Sachs in New York City.
Quinn Daly ’22 is an accountant-in-training with a mission—and an important role with Los Angeles Community Impact (LACI).
Daniel Rice ’19 knows more about face masks than most people. That’s because he’s in the business. With entrepreneurship skills honed at Marshall, and strong connections in China, he quickly ramped up production of much-needed PPE in the early days of the pandemic—and then donated many to USC.
Associate Professor of Management and Organization and Assistant Interim Vice Dean for the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Sarah Sachiko Martin Townsend co-authored a recently published study examining the impacts of racial labeling.
Student members of Marshall's Asian and Pacific Islander community often play leading roles in the Marshall's impressive case competition wins.
Brian Conyer’s (MBA '17) startup GIBLIB is considered the Netflix of surgical education. But when demand for his product boomed during COVID, he found himself needing to step back and rejuvenate—which he did on his parents’ alpaca farm.
Jason Tran, assistant director of undergraduate career services, is helping oversee Marshall’s dedicated career program for first-generation students. As a first-gen college student himself, he’s the right man for the job.