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An Evening with Dean Judy Olian & Special Panel Discussion
Monday, March 13, 2017
7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Les Moustaches Restaurant, Rio Sena 88, Ciudad de Mexico

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Spaces Available: 6 - See Who’s Coming
Contact: Fernando de la Torre ('08)


UCLA Anderson alumni, students, parents and friends are invited to join Dean Judy Olian for dinner and an evening of lively conversation when she visits Mexico City. Dean Olian will update the Anderson community in Mexico about the current happenings at UCLA Anderson, the new Marion Anderson building that will break ground in October and new course offerings in data analytics and finance.  

Special panel discussion:

Mexico-US Trade Issues and Their Repercussions on the Mexican Economy 

Featured Speakers:

Francisco Gil Diaz, President, Avanzia 

Graciano Guichard ('05), CEO, El Puerto de Liverpool  

Scot Rank ('89), CEO, Grupo Lala 

 

Location: Les Moustaches Restaurant, Rio Sena 88, Ciudad de Mexico 

Time: 7:30 PM

Attire: Business 

 

About Dean Judy Olian

Judy D. Olian, PhD is the eighth dean of UCLA Anderson School of Management and 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, and professor and senior associate dean at the Smith School at the University of Maryland.

Under her leadership, UCLA Anderson has hired a record number of faculty, launched new global degree and certificate programs, and initiated and developed targeted partnerships in Asia and Latin America. Recently, UCLA Anderson became the first self-supporting school at the University of California.

Under her leadership the School has raised almost $325M to support innovative programming and management thought leadership, and to advance UCLA Anderson as one of the leading schools of management in the world. (More...)

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