UCLA Anderson Summer Mixer: Los Angeles, CA
DATE: Thursday, July 24, 2014
TIME: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. PDT
LOCATION: Shutters on the Beach
1 Pico Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90405
REGISTRATION: $25 Early bird ends July 22; $35 for UCLA Anderson alumni, students, and staff
ATTIRE: Business Casual
For questions, contact Karen Gracey :
email@example.com or 310-983-3172
You are invited to an evening of networking with Anderson alumni and current and incoming students. Please join us at Shutters on the Beach (1 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90095). Heavy hors d'oeuvres 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 keynote by Dean Judy Olian and then continued socializing.
- Facilitated networking
- Introduction of student club hosts
- Guest speaker: Dean Judy Olian
- Continued mingling
These events have grown in popularity and last year's LA event sold out, so please register early!
About Dean Judy Olian
Judy D. Olian, Ph.D., is the eighth dean of UCLA Anderson School of Management and is the John E. Anderson Chair in Management. She began her appointment in January 2006 after serving more than five years as dean and professor of management at the Smeal College of Business Administration at Pennsylvania State University.
Under her leadership, UCLA Anderson has hired a record number of faculty from the world’s best research institutions, launched new degree and certificate programs, initiated a diverse set of global degree and immersion courses, and developed targeted partnerships with an emphasis on Asia and Latin America. The School’s Board of Visitors has expanded, attracting many prominent business leaders who represent diverse functional and global perspectives. The school recently completed a fundraising campaign that raised $118M to support innovative programming and management thought leadership, and to advance UCLA Anderson as one of the leading schools of management in the world.