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    Poets & Quants MBA To Watch: Pratik Gupta, UCLA Anderson Class of 2017

    August 18th, 2017

    Poets & Quants recently selected 100 "MBAs To Watch" from the Class of 2017 and UCLA Anderson is proud to have some of our students included as a part of this prestigious list! Here is an excerpt of a profile on one of our esteemed alumni selected, Pratik Gupta!


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    Below is an excerpt of the Poets & Quants Q&A interview profile


    PRATIK GUPTA - Poets & Quants MBA To Watch

    BACKGROUND:

    • Hometown: Kota, Rajasthan, India
    • Undergraduate: Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Madras); B.Tech in Civil Engineering, Minor: Business Management
    • Pre-MBA Career: Flextronics and CapitalOne
    • Summer Internship: Amazon – Pathways Operation Manager
    • Post-MBA Career: Microsoft – Operations Program Manager
    • Honors@Anderson:
      • Dean's Scholar List (top 10% based on GPA)
      • Student Investment Fund Fellowship
      • Featured in Poets and Quants to represent UCLA Anderson’s incoming class of 2017
    • Activities@Anderson:
      • President – International Business Association
      • Vice President of Education – Strategy and Operations Management Association
      • Vice President of Events – South Asian Business Association
      • Riordan MBA Fellows Program Mentor
      • International Career Coach for Operations
      • Assistant Coordinator for Business Analytics Program

    INTERVIEW:

    Q. Why did you choose this business school?
    A. The decision to attend UCLA was a no-brainer. I wanted to be in a driven yet collaborative environment and the school’s culture really resonated with me. Going back to school is an investment and I wanted to ensure I’d have a meaningful experience, not a transactional one. The three core qualities – ‘Share Success’, ‘Drive Change’ and ‘Think Fearlessly’ are exemplified by students, day in and day out. I am challenged at Anderson to think beyond the bottom line and find solutions to benefit the greater good, something that is incredibly important to me. Last, being in the heart of entrepreneurial hub gave me access to upcoming technologies, revolutionary ideas and forward thinkers that evolved my way of observing new events.

    Q. What did you enjoy most about business school?
    A. It is one thing to say your program values diversity, but it is another to proclaim your program embraces it. My classmates never cease to amaze me and I feel so lucky to have had the privilege of working with such a diverse and impressive group of peers. The intimate size and dynamics of the Anderson community served as a platform for me to truly learn from my classmates and their experiences. I’ve enjoyed getting to know people from all over the globe and learning about new cultures. For instance, I traveled to Japan, led by five of my Japanese classmates. The opportunity to travel with them to their home country and experience a slice of their life was indeed a special experience.

    Q. What is the biggest lesson you gained from business school? 
    A. MBA experience has been a transformational experience for me in terms of developing my ability to take risks. It was only possible because we were in an environment that rewards taking risks and trying new things. Moving away from corporate environment and accepting an internship in a shop-floor environment, pursuing entrepreneurial idea with a very motivated team, and the adrenaline rush while successfully executing full-day events have changed me completely as a human being and prepared me for real-life scenarios.

    Q. What was the most surprising thing about business school? 
    A. Flexibility. I created my own path and everyone supported me along the way. When I arrived at school, I wanted to pursue a career in consulting. As I began recruiting and reviewing various job descriptions, I realized my true desire was to continue along a career in Operations, pursuing operational excellence in supply chain management and process improvement. It was seamless. I could do what sounded and felt right to me. I did not feel like I was checking off boxes or following a prescribed path.

    Q. What’s your best advice to an applicant to your school?
    A. My best advice to an applicant to my school is to explore your limits at UCLA Anderson. Put yourself in an uncomfortable position and let your personality take over. The learnings from failures are the best gift you can give yourself, and Anderson encourages smart failure. Whenever you are trying to do something, it is important to do your research and homework before you give it all.

     

    Read more of Pratik's answers in his
    Poets & Quants MBAs To Watch profile!

     

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    Student Spotlight: Guilherme Gomes ’18 – Latin American Entrepreneur at UCLA Anderson (Live Webinar)

    August 18th, 2017

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    Tune in TODAY, Thursday, August 17 at 6:30PM PST for a LIVE webinar with a current UCLA Anderson MBA student! This week you will have the opportunity to connect with full-time MBA student Guilherme Gomes as he tells his story as a Latin American student at UCLA Anderson pursuing entrepreneurship.

    PROFILE:

    • Name: Guilherme Gomes
    • Class: Class of 2018
    • Hometown: São Paulo, Brazil
    • Undergraduate Studies: Universidade de São Paulo
    • Pre-MBA Experience: Founder & Partner – Jazz Side
    • Summer Internship: Bridgewater Associations – Senior Management Associate Intern
    • Activities@Anderson:  Entrepreneur Leadership Development Program; Director of Events – Entrepreneurs Association; Director of the Latin American Business Association Conference; AnderTech Business Association, Anderson Craft Beer Club, Anderson Ski & Snowboard Club

     

    Register and view webinar here: UCLA Anderson Liveguide 

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    UCLA Anderson Application Insider: Why Pursue An MBA Degree?

    August 17th, 2017

     This blog post is part of our "Application Insider" blog post series that provides insider information, tips, and advice about applying to the UCLA Anderson MBA program.


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    APPLICATION INSIDER TOPIC:

    WHY PURSUE AN MBA DEGREE?

    MBA applicants come from a variety of industries and backgrounds, so it should not come as a surprise that applicants also have myriad motivations for pursuing an MBA degree. Understanding what is driving YOU individually to pursue an MBA and learning how to communicate this will be a key component of your success in the competitive application process. Many times, the drivers are quite personal and nuanced; but the more you can understand your own goals, the better you will be able to make your case in your application through more compelling essays, stronger interviews and more supportive recommendations.

    After reading thousands of applications, we have been able to group applicant motivations into the following three overarching categories: Career Boosters, Knowledge Enhancers, and Network Builders. As you're trying to decide whether an MBA is right for you, read through the below to see if you can identify with any of these groups and motivations.

     


    (1) CAREER BOOSTERS

    One of the main reasons that applicants pursue an MBA is to transform their careers. For some that means enhancing their knowledge (read more in the next section) to advance in their current field by gaining the credentials of the new degree to open up new doors. However, many applicants begin an MBA as a way to change industries or functions, and in some cases both. From our experience at UCLA Anderson, over 90% of our students are contemplating a change of industry or function and over two thirds are looking to do a double pivot -– a change in both at the same time.

    Keep in mind that an MBA can also help you boost your career in a diverse range of fields.  While the traditional business staples of Finance, Consulting, and Marketing are still big draws for MBA candidates, we are seeing more and more MBAs pursuing new areas in Technology and Product Management related fields, as well as new paths in Real Estate, Entertainment, Energy, Healthcare and Social Impact.

    –> Some popular career-boosting reasons to pursue an MBA: switch industry and/or function, change company/roles, explore new business disciplines, get a higher salary, start your own business, increase job security

    (2) KNOWLEDGE ENHANCERS

    For some applicants, one of the main motivations for business school is the prospect of acquiring knowledge in areas that are fundamental to their professional growth. Knowledge enhancers are seeking to augment their current skill set with a broader business understanding. This includes the development of hard technical skills, but also soft skills (for example leadership, negotiation and team management, etc.). 

    Business school is the perfect setting for students to test themselves in a highly supportive and collaborative environment. At UCLA Anderson, we often talk about the value of being in a place where you will fit well but where you will also be stretched. You will be able to learn from renowned faculty and successful practitioners. You will also learn from your collaboration with extremely talented and diverse classmates as you work on your cases and group assignments. Furthermore, you will also have the opportunity to interact with students from other programs and schools on case competitions, through conferences, and through social events.

    In addition to in-classroom learning, there is a heavy emphasis on practical hands-on learning.  Our MBA Capstone Project is the premier example of our hands-on learning focus. Through the Capstone experience students have the opportunity to undertake a consulting project for an outside corporate client or work on launching their own business (or a classmate’s business) with the support of the school and faculty advisers. Our Global Immersion Program, which includes a one week immersion in another country, offers another practical experience option.  You will be encouraged to take risks and challenge yourself during an MBA Program.

    –> Some popular knowledge-enhancing reasons to pursue an MBA: advance career progression, formal training in management, acquire leadership skills, learn a new specific business discipline, grow communication skills, gain hands-on experience in a safe learning environment

     

    (3) NETWORK BUILDERS

    A large part of your growth often results from the relationships that you build, and the support from the network you gain through business school. Our UCLA Anderson full-time incoming MBA class is comprised of over 360 students from over 40 countries and from every professional background imaginable. As a student in our program you will be intimately connected to the people in your section and in your year. You will also benefit from the mentorship of the upper class and ultimately you will become a member of a community 38,000 strong of alumni that have a vested interest in your success.

    Your classmates will contribute to your growth through the diversity of their professional experiences, global perspectives, and personal objectives. Here at UCLA Anderson our students are values-driven, authentic and purposeful leaders who approach the world with an intention to make it better for the collective benefit.

    –> Some popular growth-seeking reasons to pursue an MBA: expand network, take the time to self reflect on career path, gain access to industry leaders, get exposed to new experiences and opportunities.

     


    Knowing “what you want to do and why” is often the first step before you can accomplish it. And even if your path is not a straight line, we know that all starts with developing a vision and gaining internal clarity so you can communicate your passion to those around that can support it. This is best time to engage in some soul searching and prepare yourself to “think in your next move”.

    Interacting with our Anderson community through these events is a wonderful opportunity to learn about why individuals pursue an MBA degree and why going to business school may be a logical next step for you. Throughout this Summer and Fall, UCLA Anderson will be attending and hosting events all across the world to provide information and insights into our full-time MBA program, including opportunities to meet with Admissions team members, current students, and alumni.  

     

    Check back for more "Application Insider" blog posts that will cover information and tips on the many aspects of applying to the UCLA Anderson MBA program!

     

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    MBA Intern @ Imperative: Anna Goldberg ’18 (Instagram @uclaMBA #TuesdayTakeover)

    August 16th, 2017

    Introducing you to today's Instagram #TuesdayTakeover student, Anna Goldberg! Anna will be taking over our Instagram account @uclamba for a whole day today to show everyone a "Day in the Life" of a UCLA Anderson student and MBA summer intern!

    Check in throughout the day to our @uclaMBA instagram account to hear about a "Day in the Life" as an MBA Summer Intern!


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    Name:
    Anna Goldberg

    Hometown:
    San Jose, California

    Undergraduate Studies:
    Pitzer College -
    Organizational Studies

    Pre-Anderson: 
    Deloitte Consulting - 
    Senior Consultant, Human Capital Consulting

    Summer Internship:
    Imperative -
    Diversity & Inclusion Strategist

     

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    LEARN MORE ABOUT ANNA

    Academic Specialization: Social Impact

    Leadership@Anderson:

    • President, Women's Business Connection
    • Vice President of Impact@Anderson, Net Impact

    Clubs@Anderson:

     


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    Student Spotlight: Rick Hajost – From Military to Real Estate Finance (UCLA Anderson Class of 2019)

    August 14th, 2017

    This post is a part of the Student Spotlight series where we highlight a current Anderson student or alum to learn about his/her experiences at Anderson. 


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    RICK HAJOST
    UCLA Anderson Class of 2019


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    Name: 
    Rick Hajost

    UCLA Anderson MBA Class:
    Class of 2019

    Hometown: 
    Fort Collins, Colorado

    Undergraduate Studies: 
    USC – Business Administration
    and Corporate Finance 

    Pre-MBA Career: 
    U.S. Army and J.P. Morgan

    Post-MBA Goals:
    Real Estate Finance


    Q. Introduce yourself to your classmates!
    A. After graduating from the University of Southern California in 2012 with a degree in Business Administration and Corporate Finance, I decided to join the Army to become an Army Ranger. I served for 4.5 years with the 75th Ranger Regiment as a rifleman, machine gunner, and machine gun team leader, including two deployments to Afghanistan.

    Q. Why did you decide to pursue an MBA degree?
    A. When I returned from my second deployment to Afghanistan last August, I decided that I was ready to leave the military, and I thought that the best way to transition back into the civilian world would be through attaining an MBA. For a long time I have had an interest in finance, but I also have a newfound interest in real estate. I am looking to combine these interests by pursuing a career in real estate finance. I am excited to learn from the faculty at both the Ziman Center for Real Estate and Anderson, as well as connect with my fellow Anderson students and Anderson alumni. I believe that during my time here in business school I will be able to develop the necessary skills to begin a successful career. 

    Q. Why did you decide to attend UCLA Anderson? #whyAnderson?
    A. When I was looking into attending business school, I was biased towards returning to the West Coast where I had spent my undergraduate years. I was also looking for a top program that had strong connections within the finance community. UCLA Anderson fit both of these criteria and after visiting the campus and meeting with several members of the veterans club, I was blown away with the caliber of students who attended the school.

    Q. What were you doing in the time leading up to starting the MBA program?
    A. Right as I left the Army in December I found out that I had been admitted to Anderson. It was also at this time that I was accepted into a military veterans internship program with J.P. Morgan. The program is designed for veterans transitioning back into the civilian world with an interest in a career in finance. I spent the last six months working with the foreign exchange derivative sales team here in Los Angeles, and was able to learn from and work with an amazing team.

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    Student Spotlight: Joanna Cohen – Art Major’s Perspectives as a Non-Traditional Applicant (UCLA Anderson Class of 2019)

    August 11th, 2017

    This post is a part of the Student Spotlight series where we highlight a current Anderson student or alum to learn about his/her experiences at Anderson. 


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    JOANNA COHEN
    UCLA Anderson Class of 2019


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    Name: 
    Joanna Cohen

    UCLA Anderson MBA Class:
    Class of 2019

    Hometown: 
    Los Angeles, California

    Undergraduate Studies: 
    UC Santa Barbara –
    Art Studio & Psychology

    Pre-MBA Career: 
    InStyler – Demand Planner

    Post-MBA Goals:
    Retail/CPG Consulting


    Q. Introduce yourself to your classmates!
    A Hi! I'm Joanna and have worked my entire career in Retail/CPG. I've worked in allocations, buying and planning and am pursing and MBA to move into and internal strategic role withing the same industries! I love art, photography, and improv comedy!

    Q. Why did you decide to attend UCLA Anderson? #whyAnderson?
    A. I chose Anderson because I knew I wanted to live in California long term. UCLA's curriculum could expand on my retail/supply chain knowledge and give me the foundations to transition into consulting. By attending UCLA, I can also take advantage of all the local companies and gain exposure into how different businesses operate.I felt that the way Anderson's program was structured would give me an opportunity to hone in on my specific career goals and support me in getting there.

    Q. When did you know UCLA Anderson was the right school for you?
    A. After the final night of A-Days, I felt something I hadn't felt from other schools. Everyone I met was warm and genuinely excited about their careers and starting school. I didn't feel a sense of competition or judgment about previous work or schools!

    Q. What are you most excited about at UCLA Anderson?
    A. I'm excited to go on the Days-on-the-Job (DOJ) career treks and see how other companies run their businesses. I cannot wait to travel, as well!

    Q. Why did you decide to pursue an MBA degree?
    A. I love working in retail/CPG but I knew I wanted to operate at a higher function and move into internal strategy. I love problem solving and improving efficiency and I felt that and MBA would help me get a role in consulting which could ultimately lead to my dream job. Also, I felt that my undergraduate majors left me with gaps in fundamental business concepts.

    Q. What is one thing you hope to accomplish by the end of your 1st year at Anderson?
    A. I would love to have secured myself a consulting internship and a leadership in the retail club!

    Q. What is a piece of advice you have for prospective business school applicants?
    A. Don't let your background stop you from applying! I come from a very non-traditional background (art major!) and in the industries I've worked in an MBA is rare. I now see my employment and education history as an asset rather than a limitation!

    Q. What are some UCLA Anderson clubs you're interested in joining?
    A. Management Consulting Association, Retail Business Association, and the Black & Scholes Surf Club.

    Q. What is a fun fact about yourself?
    A. I do improv comedy at the UCB theater in Hollywood for fun and just had a show this past July!

     

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    Meet UCLA Anderson Around The World: August 2017 Events Schedule

    August 10th, 2017

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    The UCLA Anderson MBA Admissions Team is on the road this Summer and Fall, hopefully in a city near you!  Take a look below at our August 2017 travel schedule* to find out where you can find us and make sure to visit us and say hi!

    NORTH AMERICA

    ASIA PACIFIC

    LATIN AMERICA

    EUROPE & MIDDLE EAST

    • Stay tuned for events in this region in the upcoming months

     

    Current MBA students are also hosting coffee chats throughout the summer around the world — Sign up for an MBA Student Coffee Chat in a city near you!

    As always, there are still other ways to connect with us! You are welcome to visit us on campus for our Group Information Sessions, School Tours, and MBA Class Visits (when classes are back in session in the Fall), join us online for our online webinars and MBA Liveguide Sessions hosted by current students.

     

    We are looking forward to meeting you soon on campus, on the road, and online!

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    *Dates and attendance subject to change. Check our UCLA Anderson Events webpage for the most up-to-date information

     

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    From the Dean’s Desk: Welcome UCLA Anderson MBA Class of 2019!

    August 8th, 2017

    This post is part of our “From the Dean’s Desk” series, where we hear directly from our UCLA Anderson leaders across the school.


    Class of 2019 –

    WOW,  you have blown me away already!  The response to my invitation to meet me one-on-one has been beyond anything I could have imagined, which shows me just how ready you all are to begin this next phase of your lives.

    This is a thrilling time for you, but a time also filled with some apprehension (“How will I manage everything?” has been a popular refrain in my meetings with you).   It is OK to feel a bit unsettled — in fact, I would be worried if you didn’t feel at least a little bit of angst! 

    My apologies to those who may have heard this from me during our meetings, but indulge me.  While you are all enter into this experience with a wide array of goals in mind, I encourage each of you to think about how you will make this a transformational experience.  Yes, you will all learn a lot in the classroom, explore new careers and make scores of new friends and develop a network for life.  But my hope is that you will go deeper than that — that you will take some time and really think about yourself as a leader and manager.  Reflect on those things that you would like to do better, and then be deliberate about the things you choose to get involved with here so that you can work on those attributes.  Make sure you are investing your time in ways that will pay dividends.  Be brave and get out of your comfort zone — take a class that will challenge you, get involved in a case competition, and/or run for a leadership position in your section (especially if you’ve never run for anything before!).

    Just know that your full-time MBA staff is here to help you — never in my career have I worked with people who care so much about what they do every day.  We are your partners in this venture and we can’t wait to see the amazing things you’ll do in the next two years, and for a lifetime after that!

    Welcome to UCLA Anderson! 

     

    – Rob

    Rob Weiler
    Associate Dean, Full-Time MBA Program
    UCLA Anderson School of Management

     

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    UCLA Anderson Full-Time MBA Class of 2019 – Orientation Day 1

     


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    Today’s post is from Rob Weiler, Associate Dean of the Full-Time MBA Program. Rob oversees everything from Admissions to Career Services to Student Affairs.  Rob is a UCLA Anderson MBA alum (Class of 1991), spending his post-MBA career working in Finance prior to returning to UCLA Anderson where he has been for nearly 9 years.


     

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    MBA Intern @ Nordstrom: Stephanie Sirianni ’18 (Instagram @uclaMBA #TuesdayTakeover)

    August 8th, 2017

    Introducing you to today's Instagram #TuesdayTakeover student, Stephanie Sirianni! Stephanie will be taking over our Instagram account @uclamba for a whole day today to show everyone a "Day in the Life" of a UCLA Anderson student and MBA summer intern!

    Check in throughout the day to our @uclaMBA instagram account to hear about a "Day in the Life" as an MBA Summer Intern!


    Stephanie Sirianni

    Name:
    Stephanie Sirianni

    Hometown:
    Newport Beach, California

    Undergraduate Studies:
    University of Notre Dame – Finance

    Pre-Anderson: 
    Real Estate Brokerage –
    Marketing & Valuation Analyst

    Summer Internship:
    Nordstrom -
    Operations & Strategy

     

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    LEARN MORE ABOUT STEPHANIE

    Academic Specialization: Retail & Marketing

    Leadership@Anderson:

    • Co-President, Anderson Wine Club
    • Vice President of Career and Alumni – Fashion, Retail Business Association
    • Vice President of Social, Sports Business Association
    • Vice President of Marketing & Communications, Challenge for Charity
    • Anderson Career Team (ACT) Coach, Retail
    • Social Connection Chair, Anderson Student Association
    • Admissions Ambassador Corps (AAC) Interviewer and Group Information Session Leader

    Clubs@Anderson:

     


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    From the Dean’s Desk: Welcome UCLA Anderson, MBA Class of 2019!

    August 7th, 2017

    This post is part of our “From the Dean’s Desk” series, where we hear directly from our UCLA Anderson leaders across the school.


    Class of 2019 –

    WOW,  you have blown me away already!  The response to my invitation to meet me one-on-one has been beyond anything I could have imagined, which shows me just how ready you all are to begin this next phase of your lives.

    This is a thrilling time for you, but a time also filled with some apprehension (“How will I manage everything?” has been a popular refrain in my meetings with you).   It is OK to feel a bit unsettled — in fact, I would be worried if you didn’t feel at least a little bit of angst! 

    My apologies to those who may have heard this from me during our meetings, but indulge me.  While you are all enter into this experience with a wide array of goals in mind, I encourage each of you to think about how you will make this a transformational experience.  Yes, you will all learn a lot in the classroom, explore new careers and make scores of new friends and develop a network for life.  But my hope is that you will go deeper than that — that you will take some time and really think about yourself as a leader and manager.  Reflect on those things that you would like to do better, and then be deliberate about the things you choose to get involved with here so that you can work on those attributes.  Make sure you are investing your time in ways that will pay dividends.  Be brave and get out of your comfort zone — take a class that will challenge you, get involved in a case competition, and/or run for a leadership position in your section (especially if you’ve never run for anything before!).

    Just know that your full-time MBA staff is here to help you — never in my career have I worked with people who care so much about what they do every day.  We are your partners in this venture and we can’t wait to see the amazing things you’ll do in the next two years, and for a lifetime after that!

    Welcome to UCLA Anderson! 

     

    – Rob

    Rob Weiler
    Associate Dean, Full-Time MBA Program
    UCLA Anderson School of Management

     

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    UCLA Anderson Full-Time MBA Class of 2019 – Orientation Day 1

     


    RobWeiler

    Today’s post is from Rob Weiler, Associate Dean of the Full-Time MBA Program. Rob oversees everything from Admissions to Career Services to Student Affairs.  Rob is a UCLA Anderson MBA alum (Class of 1991), spending his post-MBA career working in Finance prior to returning to UCLA Anderson where he has been for nearly 9 years.


     

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