Engaged, we embrace conversation, rather than flee, dominate, or shut it down.
Courageous, we address — rather than avoid — difficult topics.
Humble, we check on whether we are understanding and communicating well.
Open, we offer authentic perspectives with care and candor.
April 4-8, 2022
LGBTQ+ Awareness Week, Hosted by Out@Anderson
February 1-28, 2022
How We’re Celebrating Black History Month ‘22
February 4, 2022
Migration and Inequality
February 25, 2022
Transnationalism and Walls
It’s Not Just What You Say or How You Say It
Heather Caruso discusses how listening to understand is the key to averting conflicts, particularly among people of different backgrounds and cultures.
Featuring: Heather Caruso, Assistant Dean of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion; Adjunct Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations and Behavioral Decision Making
Record Numbers of Americans Recognize Racism as a Problem
Heather Caruso envisions what the solution could look like
Embracing Diversity Week
UCLA Anderson’s Embracing Diversity Week celebrates the power of every person from every background to shape our future. Each November, research centers, programs and clubs across UCLA Anderson come together for Embracing Diversity Week, a celebration of how we embrace our diversity and welcome more!
Velocity Women's Leadership Summit
The Velocity Women’s Leadership Summit seeks to deepen the dialogue about women in business, explore multiple definitions of success and provide skill-based training. This event is hosted by the Women’s Business Connection (WBC), in collaboration with the Women’s Global Connection (WGC) at UCLA Anderson.
The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management is committed to increasing the representation of African-Americans, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans in American business schools and corporate management.
The Consortium awards merit-based, full-tuition fellowships to top MBA candidates who have a proven record of promoting inclusion in school, in their jobs or in their personal lives. A member since 2010, UCLA Anderson is a proud supporter of this mission. Find out more about the Consortium at cgsm.org.
As a Harvard MBA student in the early 1990’s, John Rice began delving into the reasons why there were few other students there who looked like him. He developed a thesis for a nonprofit organization that would provide the training, coaching and networks that traditionally have been unavailable to minorities. In 2002, after a successful career at Disney and the National Basketball Association, John left the private sector to found the organization he first envisioned in business school: Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT). For more information, click here.
Through Forté, women can explore the endless career options available through business—from healthcare to hospitality—and learn universally valuable skills to accelerate their careers and thrive as leaders.
Tools and programs are tailored for women at every stage:
- For college women: Business conferences, a year-round career program and more.
- For women who want to attend business school: Application/GMAT preparation and more.
- For MBA women: Fellowships, leadership conferences, and more.
- For professional women: Networking, leadership training, and more.
For more information, click here.
Reaching Out has grown to include a range of programming that educates, inspires, and connects an increasingly diverse LGBT+ MBA community. For more information, click here.
- 15+ National and regional events annually
- 1,800+ Attendees at ROMBA 2019
- 250+ Reaching Out Fellows from 60 business schools
- 1,700+ Students and alumni on Reaching Out Connect
- 100+ Corporate Partners