UCLA Anderson School of Management

Haskamp Fellowship

Heiko Haskamp
Heiko was a magna cum laude Dean's List graduate from Boston University with a degree in Electrical Engineering and spent the four years prior to Anderson with Hewlett Packard - first as a marketing engineer in West Germany then quickly promoted to Bristol, England to help lead the marketing effort for a European start-up division and then promoted again to be Product Manager with worldwide responsibility for HP's computer tape drive product line. Just before starting his degree at Anderson, he was sent on a special project to HP's Cupertino headquarters.

His death in a swimming accident at the beach at a Class of `88 party on July 4, 1987 reminds us of how fragile life can be since Heiko was no stranger to the water. In fact, he was a super athlete and represented Hong Kong on an international level in worldwide swimming and waterskiing competitions as well as in motocross. Heiko was born in 1960 and raised in Hong Kong to West German parents Walter and Ingrid and had one sister Andrea and a half-brother Michael. He was bilingual in English and German and was very aware and interested in the Asian culture in which he lived.

Donations
Please go to the Anderson Online Giving Website. Under the Donation Option Section under "Please Direct my Gift to the following fund" choose the "Haskamp Fund" from the Dropdown List.

Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a cap on the number of funded students?
There is no cap on the number of funded students. Basically, once everyone applies, the committee decides who and how many get money based on need and available funds.

Overview Haskamp operating process and its relation to Net Impact:
Fund raising for the Haskamp funds falls under the responsibility of the Net Impact Club at UCLA Anderson. The Net Impact promotes socially responsible business at Anderson including Non-Profit Management, Social Entrepreneurship, Corporate and Environmental Responsibility, and Socially Responsible Investing.

The Haskamp fund is currently administered out of the Price Center at UCLA Anderson School of Management. Interested students fill out an application outlining their previous involvement with Not-for Profit and community activities, the institution they will be working for, and the scope of the internship. A committee made up of Price Center representatives and the Haskamp coordinators through Net Impact administers the funds.

How are Haskamp internships generated?
UCLA Anderson students generate internship opportunities. Once a student secures an internship, they approach the Price center to apply for Haskamp funds.

Past Haskamp Fellows

2014
Sandy Tesch-Wilkins Tides Tides is a community foundation that grants almost $100 million each year to nonprofit organizations in the U.S. and abroad confronting issues like global warming, HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention, and economic disparity
Fark Tari Education Pioneers Education Pioneers attracts, prepares, and advances top leaders and managers to transform education into the best led and managed sector in the U.S. so that all children receive a high quality education.
Shireesh Verma Milele Milele aims to stimulate entrepreneurship as a means to eradicate poverty in impoverished communities in East Africa.  By providing seed/investment capital and mentoring to entrepreneurial ventures, Milele instills confidence in these communities that they hold the key to improving their standard of living. 
2013
Melanie Kunaprayoon ONEHOPE Foundation The ONEHOPE Foundation is ane open-cause platform focused on creating social impact with organizations that have a transparent dollar-to-impact ratio. 
Nikka Mathur Samahope

Samahope is a nonprofit San Francisco-based startup. It focuses on allowing anyone, anywhere, to fund critical surgeries and medical care for people who can't afford them.

Kevin McFarland SmartestK12 SmartestK12 is an online, open-access community question bank and assessment platform for individualized student data-tracking. SmartestK12 helps students and schools tackle State Standardized testing.
Ari Zandman-Zeman Patagonia Patagonia is an environmentally conscious wordlwide retail provider of sports clothing.  
2012
Amanda Flegal Design for America Design for America (DFA) is an award-winning nationwide network of interdisciplinary student teams and community members using design to create local and social impact. Design for America teaches human-centered design to young adults and collaborating community partners through extra-curricular, university-based, student-led design studios. DFA currently tackles national challenges in education, health, economy and environment.
Franck Gautier Cleantech Los Angeles

Cleantech LA is a public / private collaborative consisting of greater Los Angeles area research universities (UCLA, USC, Caltech / JPL), business associations, utilities, cleantech-interested industry, and public agencies. Its mission is to establish regional leadership in the development, commercialization, and deployment of clean technologies.

Laura Parker United Nations High Commissioner of Refugees The United Nations High Commissioner of Refugees (UNHCR) in the Private Sector Fundraising Unit is part of Duke University's Program on Global Policy and Governance. This course and internship responds to humanitarian crises like the tsunami in Southeast Asia, HIV/AIDS in Africa, and the ongoing conflict in Sudan. The program overlaps with the Education Unit and Sport Refugee Programs including the UNHCR's campaign with the 2012 Olympics in London "Giving is Winning" to get sports equipment and clothing donated to refugees camps.
Ian A. Stewart USAID West Africa Trade Hub The USAID West Africa Trade Hub provides direct assistance to hundreds of companies in six value chains. Teams tackle problems in transportation, telecommunications, access to finance and business environment that make it difficult for West African companies to compete.
2011
Russ Altenburg Click-ED Click-ED is a comprehensive online learning platform that aims to increase learning outcomes in our languishing public education system by using our newest technologies.
Tara Egan Planned Parenthood Los Angeles

For more than 90 years, Planned Parenthood has promoted a commonsense approach to women's health and well-being, based on respect for each individual's right to make informed, independent decisions about health, sex, and family planning.

Shravya Kidambi Duke Global Health Fellows Program The Duke Global Health Fellows Program will provide students with both an academic and experiential perspective on how intergovernmental institutions, public-private partnerships, and non-governmental organizations shape global health policy.
Hanh Le Children's Hospital of Los Angeles Children's Hospital of Los Angeles is one of the world's most outstanding pediatric healthcare facilities with 100 investigators engaged in 186 laboratory studies, clinical trials, and community-based research and health services.
2010
Jonathan Astmann

National Equity Fund, Los Angeles

National Equity Fund is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit affordable housing investment syndicator. With affordable housing equity in short supply due to the current recession, NEF stepped up its operations to become America's leading affordable housing investment syndicator in 2009.

Lauren Barbieri

Schools for Justice, Liberia

Mercy Night School in New Georgia, Liberia was founded on the principle that all people are entitled to a basic education. In addition to providing classes, they aim to help students attend class, afford tuition and receive guidance so they may find meaningful employment to support themselves and their families.

Heather Dietz

Opportunity Green, Los Angeles

For three years, Opportunity Green has built a community around their annual Green Business Conference. Their goal is to inspire collaboration and innovation among leaders across all industries and to help establish and implement sustainable business solutions without sacrificing profit.

Ryan B. Jones

Kiva.org, San Francisco

Kiva facilitates microfinance loan funding by sourcing funds from individuals who lend as little as $25 per loan towards micro finance loans posted on the Kiva.org site by Kiva's 148 partner micro finance institutions. Kiva users do not earn interest on their loans, but they are repaid 98.15% of the time, the vast majority of repaid loan funds are subsequently re-loaned.

 
2009
G. Andrew Hunt

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)

The CPUC regulates privately owned electric, natural gas, telecommunications, water, railroad, rail transit, and passenger transportation companies.

Lucy Milligan

Music Center, Los Angeles

The Music Center is one of the three largest performing arts centers in the nation and believes the arts enhance the lives of all people and are crucial to the development of every child.

Lea Oliver

Social Venture Technology Group (SVT)

SVT is an advisory firm specializing in measurement, management and communication of social and environmental impact.

Sarah Price

San Francisco Redevelopment Agency (SFRA)

The SFRA was established for the purpose of improving the environment of the City and creating better urban living conditions through the removal of blight.

2008
Aimee Fox
Adam Lurie Green Dot Public Schools Green Dot's mission is to run high-achieving public charter schools that are focused on graduating students and fully preparing them for college.
Jenny Trucano
2007
David Bebb
Sheila Choi
Nicole Nasser Net Impact Headquarters (San Francisco)
Adynna Swarz Builders of Jewish Education (BJE) BJE's mission is to enhance quality, increase access, and encourage participation in Jewish education throughout the Jewish communities of Greater Los Angeles.
2006
Bryan Berkett Shurush Initiative The Shurush Initiative is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the grave economic situation in the West Bank and Gaza through transparent microfinance and proactive employment.
Elizabeth Blumenthal Doctors of the World, West Pokot, Kenya
Ellen Lin
Samantha Nobles
Carissa Phelps
Ida Bagus Sudewa
2005

Matt Davidson

Pasadena Humane Society

The Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA is dedicated to the welfare of our animal friends since 1903.

Amanda Gehrke

Livable Places

Livable Places develops sustainable, transit-oriented affordable housing in Southern California.

Christine Safriet

Transportation and Land Use Coalition (TALC)

TALC envisions a Bay Area region with walkable communities that provide residents with transportation choices and affordable housing.

Ravi Sreerama

BASIX

BASIX creates sustainable livelihoods for the rural poor by providing both financial and technical assistance.

2004
Marcelo Garza

Genevieve Juillard

United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

USAID is the government agency providing US economic and humanitarian assistance worldwide for more than 40 years.

Fernando Mejia

Jon Sederstrom

Clinton Wall

Binti Pamoja

The Binti Pamoja (Daughters United in Swahili) Center teaches a personal budget and why one goes into business in Nairobi Kenya.

2003

Cesare Fracassi

United Nations, Department of Management The UN, Dept. of Management's mission is to formulate policies and procedures and provide strategic guidance, direction and support in three broad management areas: Human Resources, Finance and Budget, Central Support Services.

Mary Anne Harmon

Prisma Microfinance, Inc. Prisma is a microlender registered as a U.S.-based international holding company offering financial services in Latin America. Its principal business operations are making loans to "unbanked" customers that are ignored by the mainstream finance sector.

David M. Milestone

Kimberly Pargoff

Jaime Zadra

East Los Angeles Community Corporation
2002

Jessica Clark Lanier

The Starbright Foundation

Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation improves the quality of life for children with serious medical conditions by providing activities.

Hannah Miller Lerman

National Parks Service (NPS)

Beyond national parks, the NPS helps communities preserve and enhance local heritage and recreational opportunities.

Eddie Ring

North East Trees (NET)

NET is an environmental group of designers, planners, and a construction team that develops habitat and open space in the L.A. area.

Bret Rosen

International Finance Corporation (IFC)

IFC provides investments and advisory services to build the private sector in developing countries.

2001

Les Chun

Los Angeles Department of Health Services, Los Angeles, CA

 

 

Senator Edward Kennedy, US Senate Department of Health, Labor and Pensions, Washington, DC

The LA-DHS ensures access to high-quality, patient-centered, cost-effective health care to Los Angeles County residents through direct services at DHS facilities and through collaboration with community and university partners.

Daniela Greville

Calvert Social Investment Foundation

The Foundation's mission is to maximize the flow of capital to disadvantaged communities in order to create a more equitable and sustainable society.
Soo Zee Park

Jack London Neighborhood Association

Oakland, California
Carrie Wagner

Silicon Valley Community Ventures

The purpose of this investment fund is to attract and channel institutional commercial investment money into private companies that will provide economic opportunities, jobs, role models, and on the job training in low income Bay Area communities.

2000

Rex Babiera

National Parks Conservation Association Business Plan Initiative

Each summer, the National Park Service and the Student Conservation Association send teams of graduate students to parks around the country to guide staff members through strategic and financial planning.

Elizabeth Grove

Little Tokyo Service Center CDC (Economic Development)

The mission of the Little Tokyo Service Center, a Community Development Corporation, is to meet the critical needs of people and build community.

Lisa Lepson

Juma Ventures (Social Entrepreneurship)

Juma Ventures operates an award-winning youth development program with the mission of breaking the cycle of poverty by ensuring that young people complete a four-year college education.

Cynthia Owyoung

Golden Gate Community, Inc. (Social Entrepreneurship for at risk youth)

A community-based nonprofit in San Francisco that endeavors to transform the lives of homeless and at-risk youth and young adults by providing them with employment, housing and support services.

1999

Jennifer Kyvig

Golden Gate Community, Inc., The City Store

A community-based nonprofit in San Francisco that endeavors to transform the lives of homeless and at-risk youth and young adults by providing them with employment, housing and support services.

Patricia Lim (Ancheta)

Juma Ventures (The Roberts Fund)

Juma Ventures operates an award-winning youth development program with the mission of breaking the cycle of poverty by ensuring that young people complete a four-year college education.
1998

Audrey Iwata (Yamamoto)

Manhattan Borough Development Corporation

Nonprofit: Community Improvement, Capacity Building: Management Services for Small Business, Entrepreneur.

1997

Mohanjit Jolly

Heather Mathis

1996

Lani Daniels

Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

David Gluck

Manhattan Theatre Club (MTC)

MTC is committed to bringing theatre to the widest possible audience.

Kathryn Kershner

Jonathan Kevles

1995

Kimberly Beck

Clemente Franco

Nadine Freeman

Conservation International-Eco Enterprise Department/Tagua Nut Initiative/Ecuador Building upon a strong foundation of science, partnership and field demonstration, CI empowers societies to responsibly and sustainably care for nature, our global biodiversity, for the well-being of humanity.

Jean Miao

Gayle Scheck

Derek Speck

RebuildLA
1994

Stacy Montalto

1993

Lea Embree

Dan Ringer-Barwick

William Robinson

Seth Speyer

Clarisse Young

1992

Stacey Arbeiter Salomon

Carol Ciccarelli

J. Paul Getty Museum The J. Paul Getty Museum seeks to further knowledge of the visual arts.

Petra Schuman

Barrie Steinberg

Eddi Lynn Wolk

Laguna Art Museum The Museum's exhibitions, catalogs, and educational activities illustrate an ongoing examination of California art, which includes historical and contemporary art as well as regionally important influences, such as car and surf culture.
1991

Patrick Aghanian

Kevin Griffith

The Homeland Foundation

Michael Kouchakdjian

Marc Sarkissian

Victoria Shipkowitz

1990

Stephanie Babb

Sheila Hoffman-Golden

Irma Ortiz

Ted Russell

KPCC

KPCC is a public radio based in Pasadena, California. The station has among the widest-reaching broadcast areas of all public radio stations in Southern California.

Kate Schlesinger

Santa Monica Museum of Art

What do those who receive the Haskamp say?

Please extend my deepest thanks to the Haskamp fund and my classmates. Without their support I probably couldn't have helped as many animals through the summer and still supported myself." - Matt Davidson '05

"This summer I conducted policy and real estate analysis for Livable Places, a small non profit organization in downtown Los Angeles. Livable Places develops sustainable, transit-oriented affordable housing in Southern California, and works with local government and community organizations to promote healthy communities through policy reform. My main task was a feasibility study to determine possible levels of affordability given current land and construction costs in Los Angeles County. I presented my findings to the Board of Directors, and the results will be used to determine the strategic course of Livable Places as it matures. In addition, I wrote grants, did policy research, and constructed a framework for the strategic plan the organization will use to guide its expansion.

Thanks to the Haskamp Fund and my classmates, I had the opportunity to focus on a project that will improve the quality and supply of affordable housing in Southern California." - Amanda Gehrke '05

"This summer, I worked as a Policy Research Analyst for the Transportation and Land Use Coalition (TALC), a leading Bay Area nonprofit. My project, the Sustainable Transportation Funding Initiative, covered a range of topics, including the legislative process, transportation finance, environmental justice, and regional planning. I researched current transportation funding streams, vetted a broad range of alternatives for generating new transportation funding, and focused in on several promising options. The results of my analysis serve as the foundation for TALC's emerging effort to secure community and political support for a new regional transportation funding measure. This internship was made possible by the generous support of the Class of 2006, via their contributions to the Haskamp Fund." - Christine Safriet '05

"Over the summer, I worked for a group in Hyderabad, India known as BASIX. The organization's mission is to create sustainable livelihoods for the rural poor by providing both financial and technical assistance. For example, I focused on a project that was designed to revitalize the dairy industry at the state level (before scaling up to the national level). Over the course of eight weeks, I met with farmers and inspected operations - learning about the dairy industry from the ground up. Aside from gaining invaluable field experience, I was also exposed to the challenges that are inherent to collaborations with government agencies as well as other NGO's.

My summer experience was something that I'm eagerly looking forward to building upon. In fact, I am already in talks with BASIX management to explore a joint venture with them after graduation that would combine my agricultural background with my interests in social entrepreneurship.

Thanks to Haskamp and my classmates for the support. It was much appreciated as it afforded me an opportunity to do something that I might not have otherwise been able to do." - Ravi Sreerama '05

"This summer the Haskamp grant allowed me to work in Washington D.C. at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). There I worked in the Global Development Alliance Secretariat (GDA) as a Public-Private Alliance Builder. As such, I developed, coordinated, and managed relationships between public and private institutions working on international development projects to fight poverty. I learned a great deal this summer, and I truly appreciate having had such an opportunity." - Genevieve Juillard '04

"Thank you so much for supporting my efforts this summer working with the Binti Pamoja program ("sisters united" in Swahili) in Nairobi, Kenya. Kenya is struggling to develop economically; however, the country is teeming with bright, budding entrepreneurs. The business training program I worked on started with teaching a personal budget and why one goes into business. It progressed into creating a budget for a new venture and establishing their own merry-go-round. A merry-go-round is a type of rotating savings and lending group popular in Kibera. Your generous gift not only allowed me to pay for my expenses to cover the trip but enabled me to commit to funding a scholarship for four secondary school girls over the next four years and covering the salary of a second Binti employee." - Clinton Wall '04

"The Haskamp Fund allowed me to work last summer with the National Park Service at Point Reyes National Seashore in Northern California. I developed creative solutions to meet the shortfall between their revenue (from Congressional appropriations, donations, grants and a small fee program) and their forecasted costs. Because of the Haskamp Fund, I helped them provide more educational programs for the public, install wildlife programs, and provide safer trails and roads." - Hannah Miller Lerman '03

"With my Haskamp Fund fellowship, I was able to spend the past summer in an internship with the International Finance Corporation, the private sector finance arm of the World Bank. I was located in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and spent the summer providing financing for small Brazilian companies that lacked alternative sources of financing. Because of the Haskamp fund, I helped several small companies gain a foothold in a difficult business environment. This will eventually grow jobs and help revitalize some extremely poverty stricken areas of Brazil." - Bret Rosen '03


"During my internship, I project managed two school moves in Watts, whichentailed managing key relationships and logistical activities between academic, construction, and infrastructure parties. This enabled a site that served 150 students to serve 500 students. I also participated in getting the Locke High School transformation rolling, a project some of you may have read about in the newspaper. I co-created busing and pre-registration processes to ensure safer and more consistent student travel and more efficient tracking of 2,000 students. Finally, I renegotiated and restructured supplier contracts that saved Green Dot more than $50,000. To provide some perspective on the Locke area, prior to Green Dot's assumption of Locke, the school had maintained an average graduation rate of approximately 24%. We know that our students are more capable than that. My efforts, combined with that of so many more, will create an environment that fosters student achievement, safety, and person growth. To me, the Haskamp Fund/fellowship represents Anderson's commitment to creating a generation of business leaders, who understand that our energy and skill-set make us uniquely able not only to change the business landscape we choose to engage, but also to act as positive change agents in our communities. My goal this summer and in the future is to embody that commitment to positive social change in the education sector." - Adam Lurie '09

"Currently, Pasadena Humane Society does not have an accurate determination of what it costs to care for each animal that comes through the shelter. This information is crucial to their fund raising efforts and budgeting process, yet heretofore they have relied only on a rough estimate of this cost. The project I undertook was to determine this cost of care.