Donald Lipshutz Scholarship Recipient
Biography: Genevieve Trimbell is a second-year student from Seattle, WA majoring in business economics. She discovered her passion for economics in her AP Economics class in high school and never looked back. She loves gymnastics and currently participates in UCLA’s club gymnastics program as well as coaches for Bruin Gymnastics Academy. Additionally, she enjoys writing, and is a reporter for Daily Bruin Sports. Some of her other UCLA positions include membership in the sorority Gamma Phi Beta, strategic marketing manager for UCLA’s Bruin Sports Business Association, and junior consultant for Consult Your Community. Outside of these commitments, Genevieve likes hiking, exploring LA, painting, and reading. She loves the weather in LA and can often be found outside enjoying the sun.
Future Plans: Genevieve plans to graduate in June of 2024. She aspires to pursue a career in either consulting or in the sports business field, furthering her ambition to combine both the quantitative and qualitative skills learned in the business economics major. She is currently searching for an internship in management consulting or sports marketing. Passionate about travel, she hopes to study and potentially work abroad.
What does this scholarship mean to me? I am honored to be a recipient of the Donald Lipshutz Scholarship and am grateful for the generosity of the donors. As an out of state student, tuition is high, and anything I can receive to help is greatly appreciated. This scholarship will reduce financial need and allow me to put all my focus into my academic and extracurricular pursuits. I cannot express enough thanks to the donors and am thankful to in turn be able to contribute to the UCLA community.