The 2015 USC Global Health Case Competition featured a challenge addressing the social impact of global giving programs at TOMS, a company known for its one-to-one retail sales model. 

Approximately 80 students representing more than 10 USC schools participated in the competition. Jay Lytton, Mitch Out, Amy Patel, Edwin Kulubya and Fereshte “Nina” Kharazmi led the winning team, representing the USC School of Social Work, the USC Marshall School of Business and the Keck School of Medicine of USC.

TOMS Director of Social Innovation and Impact Shira Shafir, who presented as part of the USC Global Health Lecture Series, served as one of the judges. See her lecture »

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