Meet Sophia Mullins, a first generation college student graduating May 2017. Sophia hails from Middletown, Ohio and will begin her professional journey as an Investment Banking Analyst with Barclay’s in New York City. Sophia is the first female president of Buckeye Capital Investors the foremost investment student organization at The Ohio State University and led her organization to educate members on the financial markets and how to actively invest and manage a portfolio. In 2015 Sophia completed an unpaid internship to help put food on the tables of hundreds of families through the Broad Street Food Pantry https://www.fisher.osu.edu/article_archive/4011.
As a 2017 Pace Setters recipient, Sophia is receiving the The Robert E. Georges Senior Award, which is presented to a graduating senior in recognition of both academic excellence and outstanding leadership. During her senior year, Sophia is part of the inaugural Peer Impact Program, which is a team of upper-class business students who help students plan their Fisher co-curricular experience and meet with students one-on-one during consulting appointments.
Why did Sophia become a Fisher Peer Impact Consultant?
“I wanted to have a key role in helping develop a program focused on giving back to Fisher.”
Come meet with a Peer Impact Consultant in Undergraduate Leadership and Engagement Office to plan your co-curricular Fisher experience.