UCLA Anderson Summer Mixer: Seattle, WA
DATE: Tuesday, July 22, 2014
TIME: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. PDT
LOCATION: A Terrible Beauty Irish Pub and Restaurant
1001 Fairview Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
REGISTRATION: Early bird ends July 18 - $25; $35 for UCLA Anderson alumni, students, and staff
ATTIRE: Business Casual
For questions, contact Karen Gracey :
email@example.com or 310-983-3172
UCLA Anderson is proud to be hosting the 4th annual Summer Series event in Seattle. Please join us at the A Terribly Beauty, an Irish pub and restaurant (1001 Fairview Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109). Buffet-style fare will be served.
This year, we have invited some alumni to represent their industries and companies for a facilitated networking component of the evening. This will give alumni and students an opportunity to target their networking at the start of the night. That will be followed by a short keynote by Eric Sussman and then continued socializing.
- Facilitated networking
- Introduction of student club hosts
- Guest speaker: Professor Eric Sussman
- Continued mingling
These events have grown in popularity, so please register early.
About Professor Eric Sussman
Since 1995, Eric has been a lecturer in accounting and real estate at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where he has been voted Teacher of the Year thirteen times by Anderson’s MBA students. He teaches in the areas of cost/managerial accounting, financial accounting (beginning through advanced), financial statement analysis, equity valuation, corporate financial reporting, and real estate investment and finance to undergraduate, graduate, and Executive Education students. Outside of campus, Mr. Sussman is president of Amber Capital, Inc., Manager of Fountain Management, LLC and Clear Capital, LLC, and Managing Partner of Sequoia Real Estate Partners, and the Pacific Value Opportunities Funds, which have acquired, rehabilitated, developed, and managed over two million square feet of residential and commercial real estate in the past 20 years. He is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Causeway Capital’s group of funds, sits on the Board of Directors of Pacific Charter School Development, Inc. and Bentley-Forbes, LLC; and was former Chairman of the Presidio Fund and former Audit Committee Chair of Atlantic Inertial Systems, Inc., a producer and manufacturer of electromagnetic sensors.
Eric received his MBA from Stanford, with honors, in 1993, after graduating summa cum laude from UCLA in 1987. He is a licensed CPA in the State of California.