USC Price School of Public Policy

Undergraduate Ambassadors

Public Policy Ambassadors

 

Ahmenson
Karalyn Ahmanson (bio)
Concentration: Nonprofits and Social Innovation
kahmanso@usc.edu
Molly Bamberger
Molly Bamberger (bio)
Concentration: Philanthropy, Nonprofits, and Social Innovation
mbamberg@usc.edu
Roxanna Barboza
Roxanna Barboza
(bio)
rbarboza@usc.edu
mich-boarnet
Michela Boarnet (bio)
Concentration: Public Policy & Law
mboarnet@usc.edu
Boulahoud
Anthony Boulahoud
(bio)
Concentration: Public Policy and Law
aboulaho@usc.edu
Bradley
Katie Bradley
(bio)
Concentration: Nonprofits and Social Innovation
bradleka@usc.edu
Aria Cataño
Aria Cataño
(bio)
alcatano@usc.edu
Julie Cho
Julie Cho
(bio)
Concentration: Public Policy – Health Management
sunghach@usc.edu
Eleanor Crecelius
Eleanor Crecelius
(bio)
Concentration: Health Policy and Management
creceliu@usc.edu
Julia Danson
Julia Danson
(bio)
Concentration: Public Policy and Law
jdanson@usc.edu
Danielle Kaiser
Danielle Kaiser
(bio)
dfkaiser@usc.edu
Keaton, Rick - PP
Rick Keaton
(bio)
Concentration: Health Policy and Management
rkeaton@usc.edu
Kim, Hannah - PP
Hannah Kim
(bio)
Concentration: Health Policy and Management
kimhl@usc.edu
Andy Lee
Andy Lee
(bio)
Concentration: Nonprofits and Social Innovation
andyjlee@usc.edu
Mullarkey
Lauren Mullarkey-Williams
(bio)
Concentration: Public Policy and Law
mullarke@usc.edu
Nabine
Fridaouss Nabine
(bio)
Concentration: Public Policy and Law
nabine@usc.edu
Nilam Patel
Nilam Patel
(bio)
nilamp@usc.edu
Pineda, Cindy - PPD
Cindy Pineda
(bio)
Concentration: Health Policy and Management
cindypin@usc.edu
Kelli Reitzfield
Kelli Reitzfield
(bio)
kreitzfe@usc.edu
Sedgwick, Kylie - PPD
Kylie Sedgwick
(bio)
Concentration: Nonprofits and Social Innovation
ksedgwick@usc.edu
Suh, Rebecca - PP
Rebecca Suh
(bio)
Concentration: Public Policy and Law
suhrebec@usc.edu
Tang, Erica - PPD
Erica Tang
(bio)
Concentration:Nonprofits and Social Innovation
ericatan@usc.edu
Udabe, Rachel - PPD
Rachel Udabe (bio)
Concentration: Public Policy and Law
udabe@usc.edu
Terrance Ware Jr.
Terrance Ware Jr.
(bio)
tware@usc.edu

 

Real Estate Development Ambassadors

 

Ian Chamberlain
Ian Chamberlain
(bio)
ichamber@usc.edu
Chau, Max - RED
Max Chau
(bio)
maximili@usc.edu
Shayan Emtiaz
Shayan Emtiaz
(bio)
emtiaz@usc.edu
Gozini, Nicole - RED
Nicole Gozini
(bio)
ngozini@usc.edu
Christian Grosjean
Christian Grosjean
(bio)
grosjean@usc.edu
Sarin Kotoyan
Sarin Kotoyan
(bio)
skotoyan@usc.edu
Kyra Li
Kyra Li
(bio)
kakali@usc.edu
Mann, Elsa - RED
Elsa Mann
(bio)
elsamann@usc.edu
Iman Mossanen
Iman Mossanen
(bio)
mossanen@usc.edu
Neo
Alvin Neo
(bio)
aneo@usc.edu
Ben Rich
Ben Rich
(bio)
benrich@usc.edu
Schroff, Samantha - RED
Samantha Schroff
(bio)
sschroff@usc.edu
Jae-Jae Segal
Jae-Jae Segal
(bio)
jaejaese@usc.edu
Bronte Yamodim
Bronte Yamodim
(bio)
byamodim@usc.edu

 

Urban Studies and Planning Ambassadors

 

Nick Cerdera
Nick Cerdera
(bio)
cerdera@usc.edu
Lemus, Isaac - USP
Isaac Lemus
(bio)
Concentration: Urban Planning
ilemus@usc.edu
Katie Negroni
Katie Negroni
(bio)
Concentration: Transportation
negroni@usc.edu
Lilly Nie
Lilly Nie
(bio)
lillynie@usc.edu
Marina Salazar
Marina Salazar
(bio)
Concentration: Social and Community Planning
mrsalaza@usc.edu

 

 


USC Price Undergraduate Ambassador Bios

 

Ahmanson - TKaralyn Ahmanson is a junior specializing in Nonprofit Management. She feels the Price School of Public Policy fits perfectly with her major and gives opportunities to learn about so many aspects within the major. At other schools, Karalyn believes that she would not be able to have this specialization in her major.

 

Molly BambergerMolly Bamberger is a sophomore pursing a degree in Public Policy on the Philanthropy, Nonprofits, and Social Innovation track, as well as a minor in Social Entrepreneurship. While she began her USC journey in a different college, Molly was lucky to find Price, as she is extremely invested in education reform, particularly in the South Los Angeles community. Apart from her studies, she is also involved on the board of Price’s Partnership for an Equitable Los Angeles. Molly aspires to one-day work for a NGO with similar goals to PELA, focusing on a more equitable Los Angeles, America, and world as a whole.

 

Roxanna BarbozaRoxanna Barboza is currently a Progressive Degree student pursuing her undergraduate studies in Public Policy and her graduate studies in Public Administration. She is from Lost Hills, California where she began pursuing her passion in education. Barboza has worked in the public and private sector for the past three years at the U.S. Department of Education, Ednovate Charter Schools, Youth 2 Leaders Education Foundation, Migrant Education, and Wonderful Education. She chose Price for its Alumni network, diverse community, and the active participation from the faculty toward the students.

 

boarnetMichela Boarnet is a sophomore from Orange County, California studying Public Policy with a track in Public Policy and Law. She chose the Price School because of the small size of the program along with the multiple internship and abroad opportunities that will professionally advance her. Eventually, Michela wants to attend graduate school and pursue a career in government.

 

Boulahoud, Anthony - PPD - tAnthony Boulahoud is a junior studying Policy, Planning, and Development with an emphasis in Public Policy and Law. After transferring from a community college last Spring, Anthony felt welcomed to the tight-knit community of USC Price, making his transition seamless. Anthony has a passion for leadership development and public administration. He has spent over a year on Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and was the first intern hired in the Southwest Region. He is also an Associate Program Director for TACSC, a leadership development and training organization. On campus, Anthony is President of the Lebanese Club, Finance Director for the USC College Democrats, and serves on the USC Undergraduate Student Government as a University Affairs Delegate. With Anthony’s vast array of interest in leadership, USC Price was the perfect fit to ensure his growth both academically and professionally.

 

Bradley - tKatie Bradley is a senior majoring in Policy, Planning, and Development with an emphasis in Nonprofits and Social Innovation and minors in Spanish and Dance. She chose Price because of the variety of classes offered to undergraduate students and the opportunity to explore a variety of fields related to public service. Her work experience includes serving as a District Intern for Congressman Alan Lowenthal, Special Events Intern for Autism Speaks Southern California, and Development Intern for the local nonprofit Children’s Bureau. Outside of Price, she is the president of Break On 2: Latin Dance Team and has served on the executive board for the USC Helenes. Katie studied abroad in Madrid, Spain through Dornsife’s USC Madrid program in spring of 2017. She is currently writing her senior thesis on the nonprofit network, Magnolia Community Initiative, a collaboration between 98 public, private, and nonprofit organizations working to improve the community near USC.

 

Aria CatañoAria Cataño is a sophomore from Mountain View, CA, studying Policy, Planning, and Development with an emphasis in Public Policy and Law. She is also minoring in Cultural Anthropology and Spanish through the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences. As she hopes to pursue a career related to the advancement of social justice in America, Aria has found her classes at the Price School of Public Policy to be extremely relevant to her passions. Many courses have exposed her to completely new ways of thinking about certain issues, and have shown her how tightly related public policies are to the most infamous societal inequities. On campus, Aria is a part of Model United Nations and Partnership for an Equitable Los Angeles (PELA). After working on education policy at the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, Aria is now a nutrition incentive evaluation intern with the FINI Project and an intern at the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs.

 

Julie ChoJulie Cho is currently a junior who is studying Public Policy with an emphasis in Health Management and is minoring in Gerontology. She chose Price to study the intricacies of health policy and to become an efficient and effective health administrator. After interning with UCLA Health the past summer, Julie was introduced to the field of IT and has become more interested in utilizing data and technology to create a productive and advanced hospital system. Looking forward, she hopes to learn and experience what other hospitals have to offer and earn her Master’s degree in Health Administration from USC as well.

 

Eleanor CreceliusEleanor Crecelius is a sophomore from Louisville, Kentucky on the Health Policy and Management track. She is also a pre-health student and hopes to one-day advocate for reform in the healthcare sector. She chose Price because of the connections, skills, and experience it will allow her to develop.

 

Julia DansonJulia Danson is a sophomore majoring in public policy with a concentration in Public Policy and Law and minoring in Spanish. Her freshman seminar class, Education Inequality from Cradle to College, inspired her to continue her studies in public policy and call Price her home at USC. She has a passion for addressing social issues and believes that being a member of Price and the amazing community will prepare her to become an effective leader and problem-solver in communities. Julia has volunteered on campaigns for Hillary Clinton, Jan Schakowsky, and other local candidates in Chicago, Illinois, and hopes work on the next presidential election in 2020. On campus, Julia serves as the President of the Jumpstart Club, where she leads student volunteer efforts in nearby preschool classrooms and at other local events involving low-income preschool children. In the future, she hopes to earn a progressive degree in Public Policy from Price School of Public Policy, pursue a career in the public sector, and possibly attend law school.

 

Danielle KaiserDanielle Kaiser is a second year undergraduate student from Santa Clarita, California. She is studying Public Policy with an emphasis in Health Policy and Management at USC’s Sol Price School of Public Policy, and is also pursuing a minor in Gerontology at the USC Leonard Davis School. Danielle has a passion for public service and bettering the lives of those around her, and believes public policy is the field to do just that. She hopes to one-day advocate for older adults and caregivers through healthcare policy.

 

Keaton, Rick - PP - tRick Keaton is a junior pursuing a double major in Public Policy with a track in Health Policy and Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Studies with a minor in Public Health. Rick started his studies at USC on the pre-med track, and although he would still like to pursue a medical degree, he has become increasingly interested in the politics behind the field of medicine. Recently, Rick has been conducting research with a team at USC’s Institute for Global Health, assisting in addressing various public health issues not only throughout the greater Los Angles area, but also analyzing similar public health issues throughout the world. He is invested in developing and implementing interventions and policy reform on local, national, and international levels. Rick hopes to pursue a masters in public health after finishing his degrees at USC, with aspirations to one day work for a global health NGO such as the World Health Organization (WHO), or some governmental organization that focuses specifically on healthcare reform.

 

Kim, Hannah - PP - tHannah Kim is currently a senior pursuing a track in Health Policy and Management. She came to USC as a business administration major, but realized that her passions and interests lie in health management and the effects that policy has on different communities. Hannah chose Price because of the numerous opportunities that the school provides to help students achieve their goals. In the future, Hannah hopes to pursue a career in hospital administration.

 

Lee Andy Lee is a senior from West Covina, CA studying Policy Planning and Development with an emphasis in Nonprofits and Social Innovation. He chose USC Price because of their strong desire to improve the quality of life for people and the community and knows USC Price will help deepen his understanding of how policy affects society and what innovations provide a better society for all. Andy is specifically interested in the Nonprofit sector, and hopes to eventually work in the industry where he can provide solutions to help the LGBT and Asian communities. Andy is currently working in the Business Operations department at the Financial and Business Services Department at USC. His duties consist of working alongside university facility and staff members assisting on purchasing and paying for goods and services on behalf of the university alongside supporting the university’s financial system for operations. On campus, Andy is an event runner for the Program Board’s Special Events Committee and helps plan and execute large scale events. He also serves on the USC Undergraduate Student Government where he finds solutions on issues pertaining to Academic Life on campus as an Academic Affairs Delegate.

 

Mullarkey - tLauren Mullarkey-Williams is a junior from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, studying a track in Public Policy and Law. Recognizing that USC Price’s small size and individualized approach would allow her to tailor her major in the direction of her dreams, Lauren knew this school would complement her studies as a precursor to law school. Within this interdisciplinary program, she holds special interests in the areas of Urban Development and Government.

 

Nabine - tFridaouss Nabine is from Chicago, IL. She is currently studying Policy, Planning, and Development, and is hoping to work in education policy.

 

Nilam PatelNilam Patel is a junior pursuing a major in Policy, Planning and Development with an emphasis in Health Management. She transferred to USC in Fall 2016 from Santa Monica College. Originally, Nilam was on the pre-med track, but soon realized her passion and interest in the role of politics, policy and management behind the scenes of Healthcare. She chose USC Price due to its tight knit community, diverse and numerous opportunities available. Nilam hopes to pursue a masters degree in health administration, with an aspiration to pursue a career in hospital administration.

 

Pineda, Cindy - PPD - tCindy Pineda is currently a senior in the Health Management track in the Price School of Public Policy. Price’s tailored classes have allowed her to grow in her selected field. She aspires to one day pursue her MHA and work for Kaiser Permanente in the Human Resources department. Besides academics, Cindy is involved in various other organizations and activities on campus. Her involvement is driven by her desire to give back to her community. Price has encouraged Cindy to be more cognizant about the issues that face health care and the community.

 

Kelli ReitzfieldKelli Reitzfield is a freshman pursing a duel degree in Business Administration and Public Policy and Law. She grew up in West Los Angeles where joining Youth and Government, Mock Trial, and Student Government catalyzed her interest in politics. As an advocate for the underrepresented and the environment, Kelli would love to combine the two and work for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, or an international equivalent, to promote affordable, healthy, and sustainable living. What drew her most to Price were the people. She believes the students and staff inspirational for having something to stand for (whether education, health, minority rights, etc.), and it is reflected in the socially aware curriculum. After completing her undergraduate degree and working, Kelli hopes to earn a Masters of Public Policy, Masters of Urban Planning, and/or a law degree.

 

Sedgwick, Kylie - PPD - tKylie Sedgwick is currently a senior on the Nonprofit and Social Innovation track and minoring in Sociology. She chose Price in order to learn about policy from a variety of different disciplines and learn innovative ways to solve complex issues. She also loves that USC is located in the great city of Los Angeles, which offers a variety of learning and volunteering opportunities. She participates in a variety of service at USC and in the Los Angeles community, serving as President of the USC Helenes and previously on the Kicks for Kids USC executive board. Kylie began at USC as a spring admit freshman in January 2015 and spent her gap semester in East Africa, focusing on service learning and cultural immersion in each area she visited. Last semester, she was an intern at the Downtown Women’s Center on Skid Row. Kylie spent her past two summers working at The Painted Turtle, a summer camp for children with serious medical conditions, and she currently interns for them on their Development team. Kylie is spending her senior year writing an honors thesis on volunteer culture in Los Angeles. In the future, she hopes to continue to serve communities and gain more knowledge on how to improve the lives of others.

 

Suh, Rebecca - PP - tRebecca Suh is a sophomore pursuing her bachelors of science in Public Policy. She grew to love public policy, specifically education policy, when advocating for equity issues with her high school district’s school board and traveling to Sacramento to lobby for her school district. As soon as she discovered USC Price, she fell in love with all it had to offer, including the outstanding faculty, the opportunities for student involvement, the flexibility to explore areas of study, and most importantly its vision. Rebecca is currently Pre-Law and hopes to pursue a career in advocacy or in the nonprofit sector to create equal opportunity and access to education.

 

Tang, Erica - PPD - tErica Tang is a senior from Palos Verdes, CA studying Policy, Planning, and Development with a track in Nonprofit and Social Innovation. She chose USC Price because of its strong academic reputation, networking opportunities, rich resources, and diverse student population. The smaller class sizes, accessible and renowned professors, and close connections among students at Price have provided Erica with a supportive learning environment. Professionally, Erica would like to work for a nonprofit organization or a university, specializing in development and community relations. Erica is passionate about working with disadvantaged communities and participating in student organizations such as the Asian Pacific Islander Caucus and other community outreach programs.

 

Udabe, Rachel - PPD - tRachel Udabe is a senior from Cerritos, California, double-majoring in Political Science and Public Policy with a minor in Education and Society. She works as the Programs Assistant for the USC Unruh Institute of Politics and founded Unruh Associates, a club fostering multi-partisan political dialogue and networking. She recently interned at FutureEd, an independent education think tank from Georgetown University, and also worked in the Parent and Community Engagement division of Green Dot Public Charter Schools. On campus, she is a Tour Guide with the Office of Admission and she also has volunteered as a tutor with the Joint Educational Project. Upon graduating, she hopes to teach abroad and earn a Masters in Public Policy, later working in education policy.

 

Terrance Ware Jr.Terrance Ware Jr., a native of Los Angeles, from Watts is a transfer sophomore double majoring in Accounting & Public Policy. He plans to become a licensed Certified Public Accountant immediately following his undergraduate studies. He also plans to further explore his interest in policy making and law while being involved within his local community and state government. Then move on to federal government with hopes to someday run for president of the United States of America. Terrance is the former Associated Students President at Santa Monica College. Where he co-founded the Brother to Brother Mentoring Program at SMC, a program that pairs up male students from the Black Collegians and Adelante Programs with male students from John Adams Middle (JAMS). Terrance is thrilled to be a part of the Trojan family and is here to help others in any way he can. Fight On!

 

Ian ChamberlainIan Chamberlain is a junior from Orange County, California studying Real Estate Development with a minor in screenwriting. He found USC Price to be a great fit for him because of the tight-knit community and the close proximity to a lively real estate market. Ian is involved in the Trojan Real Estate Association and has found it to be a great opportunity to learn from current professionals in the real estate field and build a network. He believes that USC Price will provide him with an education that will fully prepare him for a career in real estate.

 

Chau, Max - RED - tMax Chau is a 3rd year undergraduate student at the Sol Price School of Public Policy as a Real Estate Development major. He believes the new RED major has the most tools to maximize his potential as a student and entrepreneur. His future aspiration is to get involved in fixing Los Angeles’ affordable housing crisis, and to explore the real estate development field.

 

Shayan EmtiazShayan Emtiaz is a Junior from Newport Beach, CA, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Real Estate Development. Shayan chose to go to USC because of its school spirit, networking opportunities, and distinguished faculty and administration. He specifically chose Price because of the attention the program gives its students. He plans on living in Southern California and developing his own projects down the line. Aside from his passion for real estate, Shayan is an avid follower of the Los Angeles Lakers, New Orleans Saints, and of course, all USC athletic teams.

 

Gozini, Nicole - RED - tNicole Gozini is a sophomore from Los Angeles. She is pursuing a track of Real Estate Development in the Price school. Long term, she would like to be able to build her own Real Estate firm. She is passionate and interested in the way cities grow and seeing the development of cities through real estate. Nicole expressed that the reasons she chose USC Price is because of the endless opportunities and engaging classes the school has to offer.

 

Christian GrosjeanChristian Grosjean is a BSRED student at USC with a minor in finance. Originally from Burbank CA. He is a first generation university student; the son of Guatemalan immigrants. He served in the US Army for 5 years as a Non Commissioned Officer in the historic 82nd Airborne Division, 2/505 Parachute Infantry Regiment. There he trained as an Army Ranger, participated in the Global Response Task Force, and deployed to Afghanistan to serve in combat operations in 2012. After his first enlistment he then served in the Army Reserves under the JAG Corps as a paralegal while attending Santa Monica College where he earned his associates in business. In Fall 2017 he transferred to his dream school, USC. During the Spring of 2017 was on the deans list. He is also involved in the campus life as member of TREA, VP of the USCVA, and a Price Student Ambassador.

 

Sarin KotoyanSarin Kotoyan is a junior from Los Angeles, California majoring in Real Estate Development and minoring in Entrepreneurship. She chose USC Price because it felt like family, giving her the ability to get to know her peers and professors on a more personal level. Her interest in Real Estate stemmed from a young age when she was exposed to all sides of the real estate industry including, finance, development, and management. Real Estate Development at the Price School provided her with the ability to pursue all her interests under one major. Sarin hopes to one day specialize in Commercial Real Estate Finance and maybe even branch out globally!

 

Kyra LiKyra Li is currently a sophomore from Hong Kong majoring in Real Estate Development and minoring in Web Technologies and Applications. Growing up in a metropolitan city, she was captivated by the urban landscape from a young age. Her father’s real estate career inspired her to pursue these passions. She chose USC Price because of the small community and the wide range of opportunities it offers. She hopes to one day bring back the knowledge she gains at USC to her hometown.

 

Mann, Elsa - RED - tElsa Mann is a sophomore from Pasadena, CA majoring in Real Estate Development. Once she learned about the new USC Price Real Estate Development major, she knew it was the perfect program for her because it combined many of her interests such as architecture, planning, and business. Not only did this unique program draw Elsa to USC Price, but she really wanted a small school within a large university where she could get to know her peers and professors on a more personal level, but also take advantage of all the opportunities at a large institution in a major urban area. Elsa interned at IDS Real Estate Group in downtown Los Angeles over the summer and, on campus, is involved with Greek Life, is an editor for the yearbook, and works as an ambassador in the USC Office of Central Admission.

 

Iman MossanenIman Mossanen is a junior pursuing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Real Estate Development at the Sol Price School of Public Policy. Iman has always had a deep-rooted passion for real estate, and for that reason the Price School is a perfect fit. He is grateful to be a part of the USC family and is eager to build connections with the strong network of Trojans in the real estate field. He is an active member of the Trojan Real Estate Association and serves as the Director of Fundraising of the Tamid Group at USC. Iman is currently working as an Investment Associate at BRC Advisors and loves applying what he has learned in real world situations. Prior to joining the BRC Advisors team, he held an investment intern position at the Beverly Hills real estate acquisition firm, Greenbridge Investment Partners.

 

Neo - tAlvin Neo is currently a junior studying Real Estate Development at the Sol Price School of Public Policy with a minor in Construction Planning and Management at the Viterbi School of Engineering. His hometown is Arcadia, California, where he has experienced the tremendous amount of development projects financed by domestic and international investors getting involved in Los Angeles’s thriving real estate industry. He is excited to pursue all facets within the real estate industry while exploring his interests in transportation planning, urban planning, and construction management. Currently, Alvin is interning at Lee & Associates Investment Services Group as an Investment Analyst and loves applying what he has learned in the real world.

 

Rich Ben Rich is a sophomore from Lancaster, Pennsylvania who is double majoring in real estate development and urban planning. He is minoring in architecture in order to combine his love of design, real estate, and planning. Ben is also a part of TREA and is very excited about networking and making connections with professionals in Los Angeles and around the globe. Ben thinks the Price School is the perfect place to study real estate and is amazed by all of the intelligent and thought-provoking professors he has met so far. Where better to do all of this than Los Angeles? With a combined interest travel, real estate, design, and urbanism, Ben is very excited to be a member of the Price community and can’t wait for what the future holds.

 

Schroff, Samantha - RED - tSamantha Schroff is a junior from Newport Beach, CA, pursuing a track in Real Estate Development. As a junior high school student, Samantha fell in love with USC from the moment she stepped foot on campus for a USC football game. Samantha had many varied interests in real estate, business, finance, community service and philanthropy, and really had no clue how she was going to be able to bring them all together. When the USC Price Real Estate Development Bachelor of Science degree was announced, Samantha felt a huge sense of relief and excitement because the Real Estate Development track fit all of her criteria and would allow her to join all of her diverse interests into one cohesive program of study. Samantha states that although the USC Price School is on a major university campus, Price has a close-knit “family” feeling, strengthened by a genuine collective desire to make the world a better place. Samantha’s desire to improve her local community and understand how the U.S. Congress accomplishes this on a national and local level, led to her previous participation in a Congressional internship.

 

Jae-Jae SegalJae-Jae Segal is a junior in the Bachelor of Science in Real Estate Development track at Price. She grew up in Santa Monica and Altadena, CA. She learned to love architecture, buildings and cities from her architect and artist parents. When not in the classeoom, you can find Jae-Jae on the tennis court. Jae-Jae appreciates the small and diverse Price community because it feels like family and there are so many resources to help you succeed.

 

Bronte YamodimBronte Yamodim is a junior pursuing a bachelor’s in Real Estate Development in the Sol Price School of Public Policy. Living in Los Angeles, California all of her life, Bronte has been amazed by the reformation of properties throughout her neighborhood which interested her a lot in the Real Estate industry. She decided to join USC because the Trojan Family allows an immense amount of networking that could one day led her to working with the best professionals out there. She is currently a member of Trojan Real Estate Association, as well as the manager of the USC Women’s Basketball Team.

 

Nick CerderaNick Cerdera is a freshman from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania who studies Urban Studies and Planning. He chose the Price School because of its specialization in public policy issues. The wide variety of resources and the ample opportunities for internships and research truly made SOL Price stand out. Nick hopes to help plan public transportation systems in urban centers once he graduates. Outside of Price, Nick is a member of Los Angeles Community Impact, which is a student organization that consults for nonprofits based in the city.

 

Lemus, Isaac - USP - tIsaac Lemus is a sophomore pursuing a major of Urban Studies and Planning at Sol Price School of Public Policy. His first year at USC has been an amazing experience and he is excited to take part in all the opportunities this university has to offer. He knew Price and USC was the perfect fit the second he saw just how much attention and care was put into his program. Outside of his passion for urban development and design, Isaac is also an active member in an array of different organizations such as Residential Student Government, Building Government, Thornton Productions, Admissions, and American Planners Association.

 

Katie Negroni is a sophomore from Long Island, New York majoring in Urban Studies and Planning. Coming from a place that was no further than 20 minutes from New York City, Katie knew she wanted to be at a school where she would have the ability to explore a new city. She chose Price because of its many recourses, which would allow her to find internships and abroad opportunities, as well as its emphasis on applying knowledge learned in the classroom to the real world. Katie hopes to pursue a career in Urban Planning, possibly in the transportation industry.

 

Lilly Nie Lilly Nie is a freshman majoring in Urban Planning with a concentration in Environmental Policy and Planning. She is considering a second major in either Public Policy or GeoDesign, as she is fascinated by both the political and spatial elements of urban design. This summer, she interned at an urban farm sponsored by Triple Threat Mentoring, helping to deliver hydroponically-grown produce to the local community. Inspired by her experiences there, Lilly knew that the Price School would provide her with the resources to pursue a meaningful career in public service. Outside of Price, Lilly is a member of the USC Silks (fight on!) and a mentee in the APASS Peer Program.

 

Marina Salazar Marina Salazar is a senior from Whittier, CA studying Urban Studies and Planning. She is also a progressive degree candidate for the Master of Planning program. She chose USC Price because of its strong desire to improve the quality of life for people in different communities. Marina is interested in housing and hopes to enter the area of affordable housing development. She has interned for multiple nonprofits including Public Matters, LLC and United Farm Workers Foundation. On campus, Marina is the Co-Director for Student Assembly for Gender Empowerment and plans large-scale events for the rest of the student body.