April Tam is the Director of Stewardship and Donor Relations for the USC Marshall School of Business and the USC Leventhal School of Accounting. In this role she oversees the administration of nearly 350 donor-funded scholarships that are awarded each year to thousands of students to help retain and recruit the brightest and best students to USC. April’s decade-long service to the Trojan family includes other roles such as corporate relations, annual fund and reunions. As a first-generation college student, April is a strong believer in the power of education. Her goal is to help donors make an impact through the power of philanthropy and level the playing field for access to education for all. April earned her bachelor's from Ithaca College, her Masters in Social Entrepreneurship from the Marshall School of Business at USC and her Executive Masters of Leadership from the Price School of Public Policy at USC. Outside of work, her passions include hot yoga, escape rooms and spending time with her family and two corgis.