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Elenita Mezcal Differentiates Itself in a Fast-Growing Market

BusinessBecause profiled the best MBA startups to look out for in 2020 and spoke to the entrepreneurs behind a company incubated in the UCLA Anderson Venture Accelerator

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All-Inclusive Embrace

After wrapping UCLA Anderson’s expanded week-long Embracing Diversity initiative, Assistant Dean of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Heather Caruso reflected on the highlights key takeaways

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Social Responsibility — with Interest

A commitment to affordable housing and wealth-building in minority communities led Natalie Hunter (’20) to earn an MBA

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Endowed Term Chair in Management Supports Research on Culture and Economics

UCLA Anderson Professor of Economics Paola Giuliano studies the history of agriculture and finds it is correlated to differences in modern-day female labor force participation

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Changing of the Guard

Juggling business school and weekends in the California Army National Guard, Rhian Rogan (’20) considers a career in academe

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Many Ways to Lead

U.S. Navy Veteran Alice Hong (’22) broadens her skills as a fully employed MBA and consultant

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Flipping the Switch

Evan Milnor ('17) knows from experience that veterans face a unique set of challenges transitioning to the civilian workforce

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Anderson Inspired the Dedication of a UCLA Lifer

Bruin Patty Gonzalez Johnson (B.A. ’99, Riordan Fellow ’02) was a first-generation college student on the campus where she’s forged her career

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Every MBA Needs Tech Skills, Not Just Techies

UCLA Anderson is helping recent graduates like Chenjie Ding bridge the gap between managers and data scientists

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Lessons in Machine Learning

Nike’s Todd Holloway teaches MBAs how to leverage data through greater understanding of AI

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Launching a User-Centric CPAP Device for Newborns in East Africa

Recent graduate delays job opportunity in order to help infants

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The Difference Maker

Bill Cockrum’s investment in UCLA Anderson and its students aims to make the world a better place

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A Firm Foundation

Private equity investor John R. Muse (’74) explains how entrepreneurship differentiates UCLA Anderson

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The Accidental Mayor

Tech industry veteran Lisa Matichak (’89) got involved in politics, now she’s mayor of Mountain View

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From The Blog

The Arts of the MBA

UCLA Anderson alumni apply finance experience to nonprofit management

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In The News

Kristine Pearce: A Career Re-Launch Story

The UCLA Anderson program for alumnae reentering the workforce opens up possibilities

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At Chipotle, You Are What You Eat

For Chris Brandt (’98), chief marketing officer of Chipotle, It’s not just lunch, it’s a lifestyle choice

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From The Blog

It’s Friendlier with Two

Twin brothers working in rapidly changing industries diverged professionally but count their similarities as an advantage

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Behavioral Economics Could Increase Obamacare Enrollment and Stabilize Markets

Greater subsidies aren’t enough: Lowering the complexity of enrollment is needed to bring more and healthier people into the market

Greater subsidies aren’t enough: Lowering the complexity of enrollment is needed to bring more and healthier people into the market
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