A degree in Communication opens the door to a wide variety of employment opportunities. The profiles below highlight people with Communication degrees who are now employed in a range of interesting positions.
B.A. in Communication, University of Southern California
Philanthropist, CEO and Founder of the Horowitz Family Foundation
Growing up in Los Angeles, Felicia Horowitz was the first in her family to graduate from college. Horowitz credits the Sugar Ray Robinson Foundation for putting her on the right path to finish her studies. As the CEO and Founder of the Horowitz Family Foundation, she partners with the American Jewish World Service, the GLIDE Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Boys and Girls Club, and many other organizations to advocate for and provide help to those in need.
Horowitz’s philanthropic work is driven by the need to help marginalized communities not only in the United States but around the world. She advocates for women’s rights, LGBTQ+ rights, and violence prevention, and works to unite people cross culturally through technology and community. She works tirelessly herself, helping to prepare warm meals for 2,200 people a day through GLIDE’s Daily Free Meals Program in San Francisco, and traveling the world fighting for human rights and dignity. Horowitz received the 2019 Everyday People Award from the WACO Theater Center in Los Angeles and is listed on Oprah Winfrey’s SuperSoul 100 list.