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Danielle Massis, Found Her Major “People” in Accounting!

Watch Danielle Massis share why she decided to switch her major from Biology to Accounting and describe how she sat in a room with her new Accounting peers and realized, “these are my people!”

This interview with Danielle helped inspire the Explore Their Path blog and suggests how you might use this blog in your exploration process!


Video and interview by Karen Ver Trinidad. Music by Bensound.com.

Rory Brown ’05 went from managing the Foghorn to managing the Bleacher Report

Picture of Rory Brown Sitting and SmilingThis USF Foghorn article tells the story of Media Studies major, Rory Brown ’05 who went from being the sports editor of the Foghorn and eventually editor-in-chief to eventually being promoted to President of the Bleacher Report, an online sports publication with a strong social media presence.  Read on to find out more about what Rory appreciated about USF and his professors and  what career advice he has for students pursuing careers in journalism.  Rory took classes towards the minor in Journalism and praised Professor Teresa Moore in the article, who is chair of the minor currently.

USF Foghorn Article – “Foghorn Alumni Promoted to President of the Bleacher Report.”

Rosana Sullivan, ’07 Switched from Science to Art and Ended up at Pixar

Rosana Sullivan in front of some animation picturesCheck out this USF Magazine story about Rosana Sullivan, ’07, an alumna who switched between following in the footsteps of her father into the science into pursuing her own passion for art.  This passion eventually led her to a career at Pixar animation studios and involvement in The Good Dinosaur.  Read more about her path to Pixar here:


Shaya Kara, Used Philosophy Background to Be a Change Agent

Shaya Kara Profile ShotRead how former ASUSF President Shaya Kara continues to use her study of Philosophy (along with Psychology not mentioned) to be a change agent in the world.  Shaya said about choosing Philosophy, “I was astounded by how these two parts of my life [ASUSF and Philosophy] consistently compared to one another…there were several times that I used my philosophy background to assess and conceptualize how a university policy or system wasn’t doing what the students needed from it.”