USF alumni hold public office across America. They exert power and influence and make vital decisions that can affect our lives. Here are six USF graduates who are changing our world as elected leaders.
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Joe Marshall founded the Omega Boys Club with the belief that many inner-city youth want to escape lives of drugs, gangs, and violence, but don’t know how. His no-nonsense, no-judgment program saves their lives.
Actor, activist, and native San Franciscan Danny Glover told a packed house in St. Ignatius Church two things during his Dec. 12 commencement address that surprised many in the crowd: He lives within walking distance of USF, and he often daydreamed about earning a USF diploma when he was growing up.