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Improving Early Childhood Education in the U.S. Virgin Islands

An MBA team’s primary research with key stakeholders informed a nonprofit how best to use its resources in economically disadvantaged island territories

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A Place for Women in India’s Dynamic FinTech Space

In collaboration with IDEO, an MBA field study team explored human-centered design solutions for low-income women in countries around the globe

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It Takes a Village Bank

A UCLA Anderson field study team helped expand microfinance capabilities in rural regions of Peru

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Sustainability as Corporate Strategy: An Outdoorsman’s Guide

When it comes to environmental stewardship, Stephen Rosenman (’20) means business. The nature enthusiast was drawn to Anderson because of the school’s MBA Leaders in Sustainability certification program through UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability

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She's Running the Most Chaotic Place on the Internet

For a person who oversees a website with more daily visitors than Facebook, Anderson alumna and YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki ('98) has managed to keep a low profile and avoid harsh criticism

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Empowering the Poor in Coffee-Rich Guatemala

Applied Management Research (AMR) teams studied highly profitable and environmentally sustainable end-to-end coffee operation and immersed themselves in the Guatemalan culture

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Alumni Stories


Joel Fried (’86) Grateful for the Chance UCLA Anderson Took On Him

Now the alumnus supports the school in multiple ways and will be honored with the 2019 John E. Anderson Distinguished Service Award

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This Donor Launched His Company From UCLA Anderson’s “Platform for Opportunities”

A recruiting pitch persuaded Nate Franklin (’08) to put his energy into renewable power

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Kate Pletcher (’07) Brings People Together to Help Them Succeed

The alumna to receive the 2019 Outstanding Alumni Service Award

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Facebook Develops Tech Solutions to Meet Client Challenges

Gene Alston (J.D./MBA ’97) and his team help businesses grow by building new communities and attracting new customers.

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A STEM Story: From Space Camper to President of American Girl

At American Girl, Katy Parker Dickson (’92) shoots for the moon, credits her STEM background with her success

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GrowGood Urban Farm Plants Seeds for Success at Bell Homeless Shelter

The term “urban farm” might sound like an oxymoron

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Soon-to-be overnight millionaires, shareholding tech employees are already dropping big bucks ahead of actual stock sales

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