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Farewell to Roberta Kuhlman

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Most of you have come in contact with Roberta, the GSM’s director of development and alumni relations over the past five years in one way or another. Please join us in congratulating Roberta as she moves on for a great job opportunity as the director of development for the College of Business Administration at Loyola Marymount University in West Los Angeles. She will have responsibility for major gift fundraising for the college—and this move will bring her closer to her family.

Roberta joined the Graduate School of Management in 2007 and has been part of the UC Davis family for the last 10 years. Her departure will leave the GSM with big shoes to fill as she has made a significant impact on building the GSM Alumni Association’s board of directors, expanding regional alumni events, managing the Business Partnership Program, helping the graduating classes secure 100 percent participation in their class giving campaigns, and raising alumni participation rates in the annual giving program year after year. Thank you and best of luck to Roberta!

Please contact Judy Nagai, assistant dean of development and external relations, for any alumni relations matters.

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