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Renata Martins and Henrique Corrêa

USF TAMPA - 03/22/2019 - This week, two Brazilian students received prestigious awards and successfully achieved new positions as student leaders on campus. Renata Martins and Henrique Corrêa showed why they deserved their accomplishments and will represent Brazil and USF for another year in a whole new level.

Henrique, a BRASA at USF board member has been accepted to be part of the USF Ambassadors group, now being considered an official student representative for the USF System. After being selected out of hundreds of applicants as one of the 17 new Ambassadors from USF Tampa, he will now work directly with President Judy Genshaft attending presidential events and meetings with USF stakeholders. Henrique has also been selected for the Muma College of Business 2019 roster for the 25 Under 25 Program, recognizing his efforts performed at BRASA at USF and the USF Student Government.

Renata Martins, a Global Business student completely lives up to her major. This week she has been appointed to serve as the president for the 2019-2020 Global Citizens Project Student Association (GCPSA), one of the great initiatives at USF that enhances global knowledge and fosters complexities of being a global citizen. Her involvement with student organizations has reached another level this week, when the university finally recognized the foundation of her own student organization along with another Brazilian student, Natasha Bastos: the Global Business Society. This organization strives to connect globally engaged leaders and create long-lasting relationships that will foster international business development.

"My goal is to represent Brazil in the best way, wherever I go," cheered Renata after receiving the news.

With the current student enrollment of more than 250 Brazilian students at the University of South Florida, BRASA at USF will continue to highlight the accomplishments of our student population, recognizing their efforts of becoming globally engaged leaders on and off campus.


For more information regarding Brazilian student leadership at USF, contact João Pedro Pinto, BRASA at USF Executive Vice President at

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