Donor Honor Roll '15


The UCLA Anderson Donor Honor Roll recognizes those who supported the school in the 2014 – 2015 fiscal year.

In the 2014 – 2015 fiscal year, UCLA Anderson received 5,528 gifts. The school accepted 48 gifts greater than $100,000 and a total of $132,466,624. The Anderson Fund raised $2.95 million in cash from 3,795 alumni and friends. The school’s affiliate student giving program raised more than $365,000 from the class of 2015, with 73% participation.

Launching the Campaign


Historic Gift

Marion Anderson gave the largest gift in UCLA Anderson's history: $100 million to position the school for continued excellence and honor the legacy of her late husband, for whom the school is named.
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Marion Anderson

Your Gifts at Work


Sources and Distributions


Helen Oda Abe and George Abe (’71)

Helen Oda Abe and George Abe, Lecturer and Faculty Director, Strategic Management Research Program

"A community has critical mass with extensive influence. Together, the ecosystem of the UCLA family of faculty, students, staff, alumni and supporters can and should do great things."

Helen Oda Abe and George Abe (’71)

Marion Anderson

Chairman and President, Topa Equities Ltd., UCLA Anderson Board of Visitors and Into the Next Campaign Committee Member

"Like my late husband, I take enormous pleasure in furthering the school’s impact on the lives of future global leaders."

Marion Anderson

Donnalisa Barnum (’86) and Dennis Keegan (’80)

Into the Next Campaign co-chairs

"We benefited from a superlative education at a highly subsidized price, and by giving now we are assisting the Anderson School in maintaining its world-recognized excellence in teaching and research while keeping the tuition affordable to a wide audience."


Oscar Rodriguez (MD, FEMBA ’14)

Clinical IT Liaison for the Office of the Chief Medical Officer at DaVita

"Giving is like putting skin in the game. I get to support something I truly believe in. How could I not give back?"

Oscar Rodriguez (MD, FEMBA ’14)