Chelsea is the Executive Director, Strategic Partnerships for all Applied Management Programs (AMP) at UCLA Anderson. She has been with the School of Management since 2015 serving various roles in both AMP and student affairs.
Chelsea is responsible for establishing and developing relationships with businesses and organizations world-wide so that they can be partnered with MBA student teams to help them solve their most pressing challenges.
Chelsea received her B.S. in Chemistry from UCLA and her MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management.
Scarlett is the Director, Finance of the Applied Management Programs, an overarching department inclusive of the Applied Management Research (AMR) program, Business Creation Program (BCP), Global Access Program (GAP), Strategic Management Research (SMR) program, and Management Practicum (MP) at UCLA Anderson.
Prior to taking on her current role in 2021, she served as the Program Manager, Strategy and Finance. Until 2018, She worked at a non-profit in New York City where she managed two international exchange programs for young to mid-career professionals in the US, in addition to one associated alumni association.
In her current role, Scarlett is ultimately responsible for the departmental budget, establishing strategic vendor relationships to further student research capabilities, and managing the rest of the finance team.
Scarlett received her M.A. in American Studies from Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany. During her graduate studies, she completed one semester at New York University.
Senior Program Manager, Strategic Research Programs, Applied Management Programs
Senior Faculty Advisor, AMR
Lecturer, UCLA Anderson School of Management
AREAS OF EXPERTISE: Business Law, Nonprofit Law and Management, Social Entrepreneurship
Paul S. Park is a lecturer at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where he serves as a faculty advisor for the Applied Management Research program, the Global Access Program and the Strategic Management Research program. Park’s field research projects have focused on international and social impact clients with a variety of business objectives, including venture initiation, market entry, marketing strategy and supply chain management. Park also a lecturer at the UCLA International Institute, where he teaches courses on social entrepreneurship and international business.
Park is a principal of Bethel Counsel PC and provides corporate law and general counsel services to startup, real estate and social enterprise clients. His practice areas include venture initiation, corporate compliance and contract negotiation. Current and past clients have worked in the following industries: technology, health care, real estate development, retail, media, education and social services.
Park previously worked with the Cesar Chavez Foundation, a California 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, in a variety of executive capacities, including executive director, general counsel and chief operating officer. He began his career at the global law firm of O'Melveny & Myers LLP, working on secured lending transactions, venture capital financings and mergers and acquisitions.
Park is admitted to practice in the State of California, and holds a JD from the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law, where he served as an editor for the UCLA Law Review. He also received an MBA from the Anderson School of Management at the University of California, Los Angeles, where he was awarded a Global Access Program Fellowship. Paul earned an AB with distinction in History from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.
Park was previously appointed by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to serve as the president of the City of Los Angeles’ Board of Neighborhood Commissioners. He is also a past president and board member of the Korean American Bar Association of Southern California. He is an active member of the State Bar of California as well as the Los Angeles County Bar Association, and he serves on the board of a number of nonprofit organizations.