Who We Are

Sam Dorn


 Sam is currently serving his second term as President of the USC Alumni Club of Washington, DC. He graduated from USC in 2015 with a double major in Political Science and Broadcast & Digital Journalism. Sam works as a Press Secretary for a Member of Congress and in his spare time plays volleyball, volunteers with veterans via the Honor Flight Network, and is an enthusiastic New York Giants fan! 

Elizabeth Donatelli


After serving as Social Chair of the DC Trojans,  Elizabeth is now serves as Vice President. She graduated from USC as a broadcast journalism major in 2004 and currently sits on the Annenberg Alumni Advisory Board. After leaving California, she still tries to attend as many Trojan football games as possible

Kelsey Lopez


Kelsey serves as Vice President. A Southern California native, she moved to Washington D.C. four years ago to begin a career path in law. Currently a law student, in her free time she enjoys playing volleyball and attending concerts. 

Bobby Clark


 Bobby is a Communications Chair. Majoring in Business, he graduated from Marshall in 2017 and has worked for a California Member of Congress for the past two years. He enjoys running, rowing, and exploring the East Coast. 

Riley Scott


Riley is a Communications Chair. She recently graduated in May 2019 with a major in International Relations. Additionally, Riley was a member of the USC Swim Team where she won multiple Pac-12 Individual titles and was a multi-time All American. Currently, Riley works as a Legislative Correspondent for a northern California Congressman. In her free time, she loves exploring her new home in DC and playing soccer and volleyball. 

Christina Cameron


 After serving as a Young Alumni Ambassador, Christina is now a Professional Development Chair. She graduated from USC in 2017 with a double major in Broadcast Journalism and Digital Media and Political Science, and a minor in Religion. She is a Southern California-native, but she moved to Washington, DC immediately after graduating. Christina is a news junkie who enjoys running, wine tasting, and trying new restaurants in the DC area.  

Bill Snyder


Bill is a Professional Development Chair. Currently, he is a Managing Director in EY's Transaction Advisory Services (TAS) Corporate Finance group. He worked in China for 8 years and has served in the White House under two Administrations. He holds a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering from USC, a M.A. in Science & Technology Policy from George Washington University, and a M.A. in Economics from Georgetown University.

Meghan Smith


Meghan is a Social Chair. She calls the DMV home, but followed in her mother's and grandparents' footsteps to attend USC. Meghan enjoys playing soccer and kickball on the mall and planning happy hours and other fun events for the Alumni Club.

Megan Funkhouser


Megan serves as a Social Chair. She handles trade & investment policy for a trade association during the day and plays in softball and volleyball leagues at night. Megan holds a B.A. in International Relations from USC and a M.A. in International Development from Sciences Po.

Michael Lumunsad


In his second year on the USC Alumni Club of Washington D.C. board, Michael currently serves as the Philanthropy Chair.  Besides being active with the DC Trojans, Michael is on the Board of Directors of the USC Asian Pacific Alumni Association and is the current president of his employer’s Asian American Pacific Islander employee resource group. Michael enjoys automobiles, traveling, good food, and watching USC Trojans football. 

Marcos Torres


Marcos is the Financial Chair. He also wroks as the CFO of a software startup in DC. He graduated from the USC Marshall School of Business with an MBA in Finance in 2009. His spends his limited spare time watching USC football and staying outdoors with his two German Shepherds.

Mary Bramley


Mary is Scholarship Chair. She graduated from USC in 2009, receiving her Master’s in Education for Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs with a concentration in Student Affairs and Athletic Administration. She has worked at VCU and Northern Virginia Community College Educational Foundation where she ran the scholarship program. She is now Senior Manager of Foundation Development with the Destinations International Foundation, where she is creating and fundraising for a scholarship program. In her free time, she plays viola with the McLean Symphony, sings in a local choir, advises a few AOII chapters, and volunteers with local organizations.