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#WhitmanWatch: Vincenzo Suarez ’23

Vincenzo Suarez ’23, from Weston Florida, is one of ten Posse Foundation scholars in his class on the Syracuse University campus. The Posse Foundation is a program that partners with universities across the country to provide full-tuition scholarships and mentorship to diverse students who show strong leadership potential.

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#WhitmanWatch: Louisa “Lulu” Williams ’21

Louisa Williams ’21, better known to friends as Lulu, has let her African roots, spirituality and perseverance guide her success at Syracuse University. William’s hometown is Delran, New Jersey. She is a dual major in supply chain management at the Whitman School of Management,…

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#WhitmanWatch: Jenna Thomas ’23

The first time that Jenna Thomas ’23 visited Syracuse University she was moved by the potential that she knew Syracuse University held. Thomas, from Bethlehem, PA, recalls, “I wanted to go to Syracuse University ever since I first stepped foot on campus.” The enthusiasm that her tour guide brought and the beautiful campus excited her as she imagined what her college experience could be like.

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#WhitmanWatch: Kruti Valia 

Graduation: May 2019 Hometown: Mumbai, India Majors: MBA Marketing LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/krutivalia Kruti Valia ’18 sought out Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management to get more out of the professional world with a world-class MBA. With an undergraduate degree in statistics, Kruti believes…

#WhitmanWatch: Caitlin O’Hara

Name: Caitlin O’Hara Graduation Year: May 2018 Major(s)/Minor(s): Finance/Accounting Hometown: Merrick, New York According to Caitlin O’Hara, a finance and accounting double major at Syracuse University‘s Martin J. Whitman of Management, leadership has always come naturally to her. Growing up as a triplet, she…

#WhitmanWatch: Anthony Pegues ’17

Name: Anthony Pegues Graduation Year: 2017 Major(s)/Minor(s): Accounting Hometown: Montclair, California While studying accounting at a community college, Army veteran Anthony Pegues ’17 realized that in order to be successful in today’s competitive marketplace he would need to further his education. Pegues…