George Abe

Lecturer
“Entrepreneurship is not just about the individual, as critical as that individual may be. Entrepreneurship is a learned skill. It can be taught.”
(310) 206-3082
 

About

 

Biography

George Abe is a lecturer at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

In 1976 he joined Computer Sciences Corp (CSC).  He designed the IP data service for CSC’s spinoff, Infonet Services Corporation, and later signed on as business development manager at Cisco, where he became the product manager for data over cable products.   In 1997 Cisco published his  book, Residential Broadband, an early practical guide to what were then emerging access networks and internet technologies, published in two editions.

After Cisco, he was a venture partner with Santa Monica-based Palomar Ventures and served on various corporate and non-profit boards.

In 2002 he joined UCLA’s technology transfer office, as Business Development Manager.  In 2003 he joined the faculty at Anderson.

Abe serves on the board of advisers for UCLA’s Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies and Biotech Connection, Los Angeles.

Education

B.A. Mathematics, UCLA

M.S. Business, Quantitative Methods, UCLA