Stone Sacks

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Last updated September 3, 2020

Who I Am  

A Little About Me

I was born in Palm Beach, Florida, and live in Boca Raton. I have a twin brother who also goes to USC and we share the same major of Business Administration. I took an entrepreneurship credit class at USC over summer with Professor Tommy Knapp. At home, I am the leader of a charitable organization named Compete2Give that works to involve children across the community in social work with an emphasis on sports events.

Interesting Factoid

I have been to Los Angeles the past 4 summers.



What I Do  

Professional Experience

Purmed Global CBD


Jan 2020 - Present
I worked with Purmed CBD, a growing CBD company located in South Florida to expand their reach into different clients. I called potential doctor's offices, pain management centers, and physical therapy clinics to determine whether they were interested in the company's product, set up meetings, pitched the company's idea to office managers at respective health centers, and compiled Excel spreadsheets od the data I collected for my boss.

What I Stand For  


Volunteer Experience

Boca Raton, Florida

Aug 2016 - Aug 2020
Every weekend I would run a basketball mentorship program at this after-school center in my hometown to teach the children who come here about the importance of leadership as well as work with them to improve their basketball skills. I also hosted numerous food drives, thanksgiving basket drops, clothing drives, and back-to-school supply drives here every year.



Business Administration

Aug 2020 - Present

Clubs and Communities

Junior Achievement Business Association


Aug 2018 - May 2019
As President of my first year in JA's business association at my school, I ran a company called Scotty's Hats (named after my school mascot) that worked to sell customized "dad" hats to students, teachers, and faculty at my school. I met with suppliers, negotiated prices, and overall delivered a quality product to my customers.

Junior Achievement Business Association


Aug 2019 - Aug 2020
As Co-President of my second year in this business organization at my school, I ran a company named O3 Apparel that sold eco-friendly t-shirts and sweatshirts to students, teachers, and faculty at my school. The clothing was made from 50% up cycled cotton and 50% plastic, coming from water bottles found on the shores of the east coast. Go to: for more information.