Aaron Eckstein was mentioned in the Leventhal School of Accounting newspaper for being awarded $500 by the Dean of Diversity and Inclusion at USC. He was accepted as a finalist out of 152 applicants in the Marshall Diversity Case Competition. In this case competition, Aaron overhauled Yelp’s company culture by revamping the application process to prevent bias on resumes, shifted workplace culture by establishing designated affinity groups, and planned bi-annual anniversaries showcasing diversity called “Diversaries”.
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Hector Garcia (VP of Marketing) is a first-generation college student and was selected to be a "Norman Topping Scholar". This is a prestigious award at USC given to those who are not only excelling personally and academically but those who demonstrate an extraordinary level of community awareness.
Edgar Bustos had the honor of being recognized by Google in their latest Pay it Forward Challenge. Google recognizes Latinx/Hispanic student leaders who are advancing opportunities for their local communities. Edgar is a first-generation college student and tripple-majoring at USC. He has devoted his undergraduate career to supporting the development of Latinx/Hispanic students as the President of QuestBridge at his university. QuestBridge matches high-achieving, low-income students to elite universities with full scholarships.