NYU Stern Spends Time with Alumni in California

In April, Dean Peter Henry traveled to California to connect with alumni living in the Los Angeles and San Francisco areas. He was joined by Scott Galloway, Clinical Professor of Marketing, Raghu Sundaram, Vice Dean for MBA Programs, Anastasia Crosswhite, Associate Dean for Planning and Adviser to the Dean, Roxanne Hori, Associate Dean of Corporate Relations and Career Services, and Sarah Marchitto, Executive Director of Alumni Relations.

Starting in LA, over 100 alumni, current and admitted students, and parents joined the Dean at the Hotel Palomar for a reception where he talked about a number of new programs including the MS in Accounting program, new Executive Education short courses, and Advanced Professional Certificates, and the newly launched Center for Sustainable Business. Following the reception in LA, a small group of regional leaders joined Dean Henry and a number of recently admitted MBA students for dinner who shared a bit about their own Stern experiences.

In San Francisco, Professor Galloway, who teaches Brand Strategy and Digital Marketing, joined Dean Henry and nearly 200 guests at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel where he gave a lively talk called the “The Gang of Four,” focused on the success of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google.

The California trip was also an opportunity for Dean Henry to express his gratitude to alumni for their continued commitment to the School’s success and their investment in the Stern community. Given the robust alumni community on the West Coast, Roxanne Hori connected with alumni at top companies in California to further explore recruitment and internship opportunities.

Dean Henry also highlighted the hard work of California-based regional alumni leaders, whose efforts have helped to strengthen the alumni community in both northern and southern California. Currently, there are more than 4,200 Stern alumni residing in the Los Angeles and the Bay Area regions. Learn more about the Stern California groups and other regional groups across the country.
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