Delaina Parrish felt at home from the moment she entered Warrington. A trendsetter, entrepreneur and marketing graduate, Delaina is a fearless advocate for accessibility and inclusion everywhere.
Thanks to the Machen Florida Opportunity Scholars program, first-generation college student Brito was able to find her passion for finance at the Warrington College of Business.
Robinson has always felt at home at UF. He’s helping other students feel the same as President of the Black Business Student Association.
A diversity-centered internship in New York City led Dohse to realize her dream career in finance, an industry where she’s never felt out of place.
The former UF student body vice president found a community in the Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate program.
As vice president of diversity and inclusion for the MBA Association, Damron wants all students to feel at home.
While the China native initially struggled with communicating, through practice and the support of her classmates, Stroud is now ready to drive change in BASF’s Diversity Leadership Program.
After a testicular cancer diagnosis ended his service in the Navy, O’Connor is exploring his passion for real estate.