School of Business Ambassadors

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Adam Rose '23

Major: Marketing

Hometown: Greenville, SC

Campus Involvement: Tennis Club

Why CofC? I chose CofC for the small campus environment and the amazing location in such a historic city. The SB provides a close knit environment that supports its students in order to reach their personal goals!


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Bevin Murphy '23

Major: Marketing

Hometown: Stratham, NH

Campus Involvement: SB  Ambassadors

Why CofC? One of the main reasons why I chose to attend the College of Charleston was the School of Business and all it had to offer. With the College of Charleston being located downtown, there are many small, growing businesses that are ideal for college students to become involved in. The School of Business takes advantage of its location by providing lots of opportunities for its students to become engaged with its community. Along with these exciting benefits, I am passionate about becoming involved with the business world and creating a career out of it.


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Bridget Mayza '22

Major: Marketing

Minor: Data Science

Hometown: Pennsburg, PA

Campus Involvement: Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society, National Society of Leadership and Success

Why CofC? I am a very left-sided brained person. Whenever I have to make a decision, I lay out all of the information and choose the most logical answer based on those facts. Because of this, choosing a career in the School of Business would best suit me, while also fueling my passion for organization and reasoning. It also allows me to gain more opportunities into helping others that are less fortunate than I am or working with a company to establish eco-friendly operations. The opportunities are endless!


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Major: Finance

Hometown: Greenville, SC

Campus Involvement: Phi Chi Theta

Why CofC? The campus was gorgeous, the energy of the city was appealing, and the class size being small was a huge draw for me. All of the professors and staff in the School of Business genuinely care for the students and want them to succeed in every way possible. They are your biggest fans.

 

 

 


 

Cecilia Woodford '23

Major: International Business

Minor: French-Business Language 

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Christian Suter '23

Major: Finance

Minor: Economics & Environmental Studies and Sustainability

Hometown: Philadelphia, PA

Campus Involvement: Sigma Chi, Economics Club, Microfinance Club

Why CofC? Charleston being the number one small city in the world means that there is a plethora of opportunities for business students. Whether you're majoring in tourism and hospitality, marketing, supply chain management, finance, or economics this beautiful and busy city has opportunities around every corner. In my opinion, Charleston is the perfect city for whatever type of business you are looking for.


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Destiny Hester '22

Major: Business Administration

Hometown: Sumter, SC

Campus Involvement: Schottlant Scholars, Black Student Union

Why CofC? I chose CofC because it is an important school for my family as both of my siblings graduated from here. It is also has a community feel instead of feeling like everyone is a competitor. The School of Business is full of faculty and staff that care and everyone wants to see you succeed. 

 

 


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Destiny Humphrey '24

Major: Supply Chain Management & Arts Management

Minor: Entrepreneurship & Dance

Hometown: Anderson, SC

Campus Involvement: Women in Business, Dance Alliance, Campus Outreach, Sottile Theater

Why CofC? I chose CofC because of its location. Charleston has a booming economy with many businesses moving to Charleston, which opens up opportunities for internships and learning experiences. The School of Business here has so many resources to help its students succeed and grow more professionally.  


lief_j.jpgJenna Lief '23

Major: Marketing

Minor: Jewish Studies

Hometown: Marietta, GA

Campus Involvement: Hillel, Kappa Alpha Theta, American Marketing Association

Why CofC? I chose CofC because I love the city and how active of a Jewish student population we have, and I chose the School of Business because of the professors and opportunities for involvement!

 

 


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Jerrica Hamilton '22

Major: Accounting

Minor: Business Administration

Hometown: Lexington, SC

Campus Involvement: Beta Alpha PSi

Why CofC? I have always showed enthusiasm in business at a young age. In high school I was very involved with my technology schools business classes. While in high school, I competed regionally, at a state level, and a national level for DECA titles. I also held a committee chair in our chapter. I love the atmosphere of being in the business school and working with so many talented individuals from peers, professors, and to mentors. I chose the College of Charleston School of Business because the class sizes were very appealing while also attending a bigger school. I have truly excelled in my academics at the SB which is all because of my support network here at the school. 


furxhi_k.jpgKatherine Furxhi '23

Major: Marketing 

Minor: Psychology

Hometown: Woburn, MA

Campus Involvement: SB Ambassador

Why CofC? I choose CofC and in particular the School of Business because the goal is to be a more well rounded professional that understands all aspects of a business. 

 


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Katie Kloc '23

Major: Marketing

Minor: Communications

Hometown: Buffalo, NY

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Why CofC? I chose the College of Charleston because I love the city and the campus. I only applied to one school and I am so glad that I got into the College of Charleston because I could not imagine going to school anywhere else! It has everything I was looking for and I love this school so much!

 


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Keith Williams '23

Major: Economics

Minor: Data Science

Hometown: Charleston, SC

Campus Involvement: SB Ambassadors

Why CofC? I decided to major in the school of business because of my love for economics. Majoring in the school of business allows me so many future career opportunities while being able to learn more about economics.

  

 



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Lauren Smith '22

Major: Business Administration & German

Minor: German Studies & Project Management

Hometown: Lexington, SC

Campus Involvement: Schottland Scholars, Cougar Ambassador

Why CofC? I am also majoring in German, and the German department here at CofC is one of the best, so I decided to tour the campus and fell in love with the city and people here. Everyone in the SB genuinely wants each other to be successful, so professors are always willing to meet with you and the other students are willing to help each other make networking connections and develop deeper understanding on different topics. 


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Mikaela Purgason '23

Major: International Business

Minor: Marketing & German

Hometown: Anderson, SC

Campus Involvement: Center for International Education Ambassador

Why CofC? I chose CofC primarily for the location. I like how I can be in a city, but also close to the beach. There are many things I like about the School of Business, but one thing that stands out to me the most is how much support students get. It’s nice knowing that if I ever need anything the advisors and professors are there to help and genuinely care. 

 


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Olivia Scialla '24

Major: Commercial Real Estate Finance

Hometown: Blairstown, NJ

Campus Involvement: Delta Gamma, Real Estate Club

Why CofC? I chose CofC because of the amazing location and opportunities that CofC has to offer. I was always interested in real estate and CofC offered a major for it! I like the SB because of how much support we are given. From advisors to professors, everyone is on your side and wants you to succeed. We are given so many opportunities within the business school and it's a positive environment to thrive in. 

 

 


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Victor Jimenez '22

Major: Finance

Minor: Economics

Hometown: Hilton Head Island, SC

Campus Involvement: ALPFA, Investment Program, SB Mentoring Program, Men's Club Volleyball

Why CofC? I love The College because it is in the heart of Charleston, I enjoy the city and the southern charm it has. The school of business has become a home away from home, where I have built long-lasting relationships with my professors, peers, and staff.