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This committee is responsible for promoting USF-AMA across the USF Campus and beyond. This committee works on creating promotional materials for various USF-AMA committees and events, managing and analyzing USF-AMA’s social media presence, and assisting in attracting new members. Skills utilized include promotion marketing, social media, and fundraising. Contact Gabi Kubiszyn or Hannah Pierle for more information.


This committee is responsible for promoting AMA USF on the USF campus and beyond. As a group, individuals work on creating promotional materials for various AMA at USF events, manage and analyze AMA at USF’s social media presence, and assist in attracting new members to the organization. Specific projects the committee is working on this semester are updating the AMA at USF Bulletin Boards in the MUMA College of Business, increasing our new member retention rate by developing creative recruiting techniques, and becoming more active on social media along with increasing our followers.


Contact Nathaniel Rodriguez at amausf.vpmarketing@gmail.com if you would like more information! 


This committee is responsible for raising funds for AMA. Students who join this committee will have the opportunity to work with other committees to make sure there are funds available to carry out events, including regional conference and ScramBULL; contribute snacks and supplies for our general body meetings. This committee helps send as many members as possible to the National Conference in New Orleans. Members who join will help brainstorm ideas and gain experience in event planning while networking with local businesses and improving customer service and sales skills.

Cremi Patel and Junaid Charaniya at amausf.fundraising@gmail.com for more information.


Social Impact is dedicated to helping non-profit organizations, by providing them with marketing skills and expertise. We also do community service projects and volunteer work around the Tampa Bay area. This academic year, we are concentrating our efforts on a large autism awareness campaign and will be working with the Florida Autism Center of Excellence (FACE) to generate awareness videos for the organization. Members' marketing skills will also be used to plan and promote a fundraising 5k, where AMA at USF is providing student designed shirts.


If you would like more information, contact Iva Rancic at amausf.socialimpact@gmail.com


This committee works with local organizations and businesses to solve real-world marketing problems. Consult A Bull offers members the ability to develop skills and gain exposure to workplace projects while raising money for AMA at USF. Skills utilized include marketing research, promotion marketing, and sales.


Contact Tyler Castro at amausf.directorconsulting@gmail.com if you would like more information! 

Events Planning

This committee has planned events for Marketing Week and plans the final banquet. This committee is also in charge of organizing our Regional Conference and for networking with professionals in Tampa Bay to find speakers for these events.


Contact Genesis Ochoa-Pereira at amausf.events@gmail.com if you would like more information! 


Our goal with the recruitment committee is to expose AMA to the general population on campus and showcase what we can offer to them. Our main objective will be to explain why students should join and how it has benefited past and current students. We will strive to work with other committees and support any way we can while also thinking up fun and exciting ideas to recruit people.


Contact Cremi Patel at amausf.membership@gmail.com if you would like more information! 


This committee will work on a business challenge submitted by Cotton Incorporated and do research for the whole year. You will have the opportunity to develop a marketing strategy and present it at the National Conference in New Orleans.


If you would like more information, contact Andrew Wylie at amausf.case@gmail.com