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Staff & Leadership

Overview

Corporate Advisors: Dean’s Advisory Council

The Dean’s Advisory Council is one of the strongest connections the Graduate School of Management has to the business community.

The council includes many of California’s top business leaders, who serve as key advisors to the dean, sharing ideas and making recommendations on future growth and development of the School, curriculum issues and student organizations and projects.

Charles Calderaro
Vice President, Small Molecules Technical Product Teams
Roche

Eamonn F. Dolan 83
Retired Chief Investment Officer, Managing Director
C.M. Capital Corp.

Roger Halualani 89, MBA 91

Principal

Halualani & Assoc./Epiphany Partners

Malcolm Harkins MBA 92

Global Chief Information Security Officer
Cylance Inc.

Michael Hurlston 88, MBA 90, MS 91

Executive Vice President Worldwide Sales

Broadcom Corp.

Michael Kourey 81

Chief Financial Officer
Medallia

Judson T. Riggs 85

President and CEO

Teichert Inc.

David H. Russ MAD 86

Former Managing Director and

Chief Investment Strategist

Credit Suisse

Paul A. Sallaberry 79

Venture Partner

Jafco Ventures

Vickie Sherman MBA 13

Senior Manager, Marketing

Services

Golden 1 Credit Union

Gary D. Simon MS 84

Chairman

CleanStart

Louise Walker

President and Chief Executive

Officer

First Northern Bank of Dixon

 

 

Staff Profile

Charles Gabriel Coleman
Academic Operations and Planning

Qualified by over 4 years as an operations analyst for the Graduate School of Management, Gabriel Coleman works directly with the Associate Dean to develop, edit, and review the curriculum for all 35 members of our senate faculty.  This process includes the management, maintenance, and update of EMS, Banner, RaPS and the Education Building Resource Scheduling system to ensure schedule quality and completeness for multiple programs across all three campuses.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 2402
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-8911
Staff Profile

Alyssa Marks
Assistant Director, Academic Operations and Planning

As the Assistant Director of Academic Operations and Planning, Alyssa Marks manages the GSM Academic Personnel process, including the merit and promotion review process, courtesy and visiting academic appointments, faculty recruitments, and other academic personnel duties. She ensures that the GSM is in compliance with Academic Senate and Academic Personnel policies and she provides academic personnel recommendations to the Associate Dean after thorough policy research.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 3409
Davis, CA
(530) 752-7406
Staff Profile

Amanda Steidlmayer
Director of Academic Operations and Planning

Amanda Steidlmayer is the lead staff member regarding academic affairs at the Graduate School of Management. She and her staff oversee the development and administration of curriculum and course schedules, as well all academic operations.  The Academic Operations and Planning group also manages all academic personnel matters including compensation, and instructional deployment.  Finally, she coordinates staff efforts regarding the school accreditation status, assessment of learning goals, and general academic research and analysis.  

Gallagher Hall
Room 3411
Davis, CA 95616
(530) 752-6466
Staff Profile

Rebecca Moncada
Sacramento Instructional & Operations Manager

Provides administrative support for faculty members and students, including reception, orientation, and administration. Coordinates instructional material support, and student academic advising services and resources for graduate courses. Responsible for Sacramento MBA Program facility and instructional operations management, access, and equipment operation for both students and faculty members.

UC Davis Sacramento Campus – Education Building
4610 X Street, Room 2203
Sacramento, CA 95817
Ph: (916) 734-3937
Fax: (530) 754-9355
Staff Profile

Andy Fleisher
Assistant Director, Project & Instructional Resources

Andrew graduated from UC Davis in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. Before arriving at the Graduate School of Management, he worked for six years in the Entomology Department at UC Davis as a technician where he coordinated on research involving the feeding habits of mosquitoes and co-authored three journal articles. After time in the lab, Andrew worked in the Temporary Employment Pool and found his way to the Graduate School of Management where he has been for the last 8 years.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 2209
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 754-8830
F: (530) 752-2924
Staff Profile

Christina Sanchez-Lozano
Director, Project & Instructional Resources

With more than 19 years experience as a Director of Project and Instructional Resources, Sanchez-Lozano manages the operations and instructional support unit for the school.

Gallagher Hall
540 Alumni Ln
Room 2218
Ph: (530) 752-5330
GSM cell: (530) 574-7438
F: (530) 752-2924
Staff Profile

Caroll Sandifor
Bay Area Instructional & Operations Manager

Provides administrative support for faculty members and students, including general reception and administration, instructional materials support, and student academic advising services. Provides facility management and equipment operation in the classrooms for both students and faculty members. Responsible for hotel contract discounts and various amenities for use by faculty and students.

On-site hours: Tuesday-Thursday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday: 12:30 p.m.-9 p.m., Saturday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Bishop Ranch 15, Suite 190
12647 Alcosta Blvd.,
San Ramon, CA 95823
Ph: (925) 543-8076
F: (925) 543-8097
Staff Profile

Abigail Carroll
Associate Director of Admissions, Full-Time MBA

Abigail Carroll joined the UC Davis Graduate School of Management as Assistant Director of Admissions, working for the three MBA programs in February of 2011. She is now Associate Director of Admissions and enjoys working with prospective students as they explore this exciting opportunity. Abigail has a Master’s degree in Art History and previously worked in graduate admissions for an art school in San Francisco.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 1101K
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-6421
F: (530) 754-9355
Staff Profile

Daria Costello
Director of Corporate Relations and IMPACT Projects

As director of corporate relations and IMPACT Projects, Daria Costello sources corporate strategy consulting projects for the School’s full-time and part-ime MBA students.

Previously, Costello was the associate director of the Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAc) program, which welcomed its charter class in 2012. She oversaw recruiting and admissions, program management and career placement for MPAc students.

Costello has a background in counseling, education (including a teaching credential from UC Davis) and project management.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 1101G
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-5834
F: (530) 754-9355
Staff Profile

Jason Masino
Career Development Operations Manager

Jason Masino began his UC Davis career as an undergraduate student and in 2010 earned a degree in dramatic art with a focus on performance studies. Upon graduation, he became a temporary employee with the university and spent nine months at the UC Davis Health System campus in Sacramento.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 1101
Davis, CA
(530) 752-0606
F: (530) 754-9355
Staff Profile

Chris Dito
Senior Director of Career Development

A passionate career development professional specializing in employer outreach and student collaborations with industry, Chris Dito works with all the School’s student populations:  45+ Master of Professional Accountancy students, 80+ Full-Time MBA students, and 400+ Part-Time MBA students across all three campuses in Davis, San Ramon and Sacramento. She provides career counseling and coaching with the goal to secure full-time and internship placements while helping students maximize their career potential with continual networking and advising.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 1101E
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-8826
F: (530) 754-9355
Staff Profile

Elizabeth Moon
Associate Director of Career Development

Elizabeth Moon joined the Graduate School of Management’s Career Development team in January 2014, bringing a focus on career counseling and an expertise in working with international students. She provides all students with career assistance in the areas of resumes, cover letters, interviewing, job/internship search strategies, negotiations, networking and business etiquette.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 1101F
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-7760
F: (530) 754-9355
Staff Profile

Angel McCormack
Career Counselor

Angel holds a Master of Science degree in Career Counseling, having graduated with a 4.0 from a CACREP accredited program (an independent agency recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation to accredit master’s degree and doctoral programs). She has been published by WalletHub.com, and has authored a Career Counseling Theory taking into account her full theoretical approach to counseling (Humanistic mix of Existential, Person Centered, Gestalt, and Behaviorism schools of thought).

Gallagher Hall
Rm 1101
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-4003
F: (916) 960-1109
Staff Profile

Daria Costello
Director of Corporate Relations and IMPACT Projects

As director of corporate relations and IMPACT Projects, Daria Costello sources corporate strategy consulting projects for the School’s full-time and part-ime MBA students.

Previously, Costello was the associate director of the Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAc) program, which welcomed its charter class in 2012. She oversaw recruiting and admissions, program management and career placement for MPAc students.

Costello has a background in counseling, education (including a teaching credential from UC Davis) and project management.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 1101G
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-5834
F: (530) 754-9355
Staff Profile

Crissy Lyles
Program Manager, Master of Professional Accountancy

Crissy Lyles is the Program Manager of the Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAc) program, which welcomed its charter class in 2012.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 1101
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-9872
F: (530) 754-9355
Staff Profile

Lisa Raj
Corporate Relations Program Manager

  • Manage operations for the school’s fast-paced, high-volume MBA Career Development Center.
  • Supervise undergraduate student assistants: coordinate their daily activities and provide on the job training
  • Managed the planning and operations of MBA career fairs, including facility reservations, invitations, registrations and invoice requests, room layout and catering
  • Oversee strategic development and implementation of multiple programs: resume books for key employers, targeted MBA job searches and Close-the-Loop initiative for employers and students
  • Interface with high level companies and employers regarding during information sessions, mock interviews and on-campus interviews ensuring the streamlined process
  • Update and maintain complex databases, create reports and meet the department’s evolving data needs
  • Provide analytical and technical support for the Career Development staff and students
  • Develop, edit and update web content to produce weekly newsletter, populating job postings and events while overseeing the marketing communication messaging for students and employers
Gallagher Hall
Rm 1101
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-5145
F: (530) 754-9355
Staff Profile

Cleveland Justis
Executive Director, Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Cleveland Justis brings more than 20 years of experience building successful private companies and nonprofits to his role as executive director of the Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

Justis leads the institute’s strategic direction, program development, fundraising and relations with relevant academic programs at UC Davis as well as its growing network of partners, donors and sponsors across universities, corporations, investors, entrepreneurs, foundations, and state and federal policy makers. 

Gallagher Hall
Rm 3419
Davis, CA
O: (530) 752-9397
M: (530) 400-9037
Staff Profile

Lindsay Lowry
Administrative Assistant, Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Lindsay Lowry brings more than 10 years of administrative experience to the institute. Prior to joining our team, she worked at UC Davis in the Primate Center and the Student Advising Office for the Department of Human Ecology. Before coming to UC Davis, Lowry spent eight years as the office coordinator for Cunningham Engineering here in Davis. 

Gallagher Hall
Rm 2106
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-1827
Staff Profile

Jenna Makus
Associate Director, Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Jenna Makus oversees the operations, communications and program planning at the Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Before joining the Institute, she worked with the UC Davis Graduate School of Management’s Career Services to implement their MBA Accelerator database, and served as a program manager for the School’s Executive Education. Makus earned her UC Davis MBA in 2006. During her time as an MBA student, she was involved in many activities related to the Institute, including serving as the Big Bang!

Gallagher Hall
Rm 2106
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-8214
Staff Profile

Leigh Ann Hartman
Executive Director of External Relations and Development

Leigh Ann Hartman joined the Graduate School of Management as the Senior Director of Development in June 2012 and was promoted to Executive Director in July 2015. As leader of the Development and External Relations team, she is responsible for building and fostering relationships with GSM alumni, business partners, donors and friends of the University in an effort to strengthen the GSM network, increase public awareness of the School’s programs, and secure the maximum amount of private financial support in order to meet the School’s goals.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 2216
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-9985
F: (530) 752-3744
Staff Profile

Mary Ciricillo Maffly
Director of Development and Alumni Relations

Mary Ciricillo Maffly brings more than 16 years of professional experience to her new role as the director of development and alumni relations. As an account executive in the communications industry, she worked with high-level companies, including The Gap, Oracle, the San Francisco Ballet and the Tech Museum of Innovation, to build and maintain relationships and develop branding and marketing solutions.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 2210
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 754-9671
F: (530) 752-3744
Staff Profile

Lana Watts
Director of Development

Lana Watts brings more than 10 years of fundraising and business development experience to the Graduate School of Management. Most recently, she served for more than six years with the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas where she worked as a development officer responsible for corporate workplace campaigns. Watts’s role allowed her to cultivate relationships with United Way’s loyal donors and major donors while increasing their interest and involvement with organization.

Gallagher Hall
Room 2212
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-8828
F: (530) 752-3744
Staff Profile

Lisa Sanchas
GSM Registrar and Associate Director

Lisa Sanchas joined the Graduate School of Management in 2007 and has more than a decade of experience in education administration. Prior to her role as registrar, Sanchas was the technology and data manager for career development.

Saunters is responsible for policy development, administration and review for registration, course scheduling, enrollment, academic progress, record-keeping and student advising across all GSM programs.

Gallagher Hall
Room 2408
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-7363
F: (530) 752-2924
Staff Profile

Frances Lessman
Sacramento MBA Program Manager

Frances Lessman is the program manager for the Sacramento MBA program. 

An Aggie alumna with an undergraduate degree in International Relations, Lessman has experience in both student services and recruitment. She spent more than five years working in Australia as a student services manager, a recruitment consultant and student services officer. She has worked with professionals, employers and students at the college level. Since returning to California, Frances has been working at WEAVE in Sacramento.

UC Davis Sacramento Campus – Education Building
4610 X Street, Room 2203
Sacramento, CA 95817
Ph: (916) 734-3938
F: (530) 754-9355
Staff Profile

Crissy Lyles
Program Manager, Master of Professional Accountancy

Crissy Lyles is the Program Manager of the Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAc) program, which welcomed its charter class in 2012.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 1101
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-9872
F: (530) 754-9355
Staff Profile

Inger Maher
Director of Academic and Student Services

Inger oversees the student experience at the GSM, starting when students arrive for Orientation, all the way through to Commencement.  In her position, she plays a lead role in delivering varied programming to students, including international exchange programs and the GSM’s new Principled Leadership Program. Inger manages policies and procedures affecting student enrollment and academic advising, as well as oversees the process for student scholarship awards.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 2410
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 754-7529
F: (530) 754-9355
Staff Profile

Jacqueline Romo
Assistant Director of Academic and Student Services
Program Manager, Full-time MBA

Jacqueline is responsible for driving work-flow improvements to increase operational efficiency and effectiveness. She collaborates with the Associate Director, Academic & Student Services on the development of the school’s enrollment and information systems. Jacqueline is responsible for working directly with the full-time MBA students by providing guidance for student programs, events, and activities as well as supporting MBA recruiting and admissions activities.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 2408
Davis, CA
Phone: (530) 752-3593
Fax: (530) 754-9355
Staff Profile

Eva Zhang
Program Manager, Bay Area MBA

Eva works together with the Academic & Student Services team to oversee the student experience at the GSM, starting when students arrive for Orientation, all the way through to Commencement.  Eva serves as primary point of contact for the part-time MBA students in the Bay Area MBA program. She guides students to navigate through the policies and procedures affecting student enrollment and academic advising. She also manages program events and assists with student-led events.

 

Bishop Ranch 15, Suite 190
12647 Alcosta Blvd.
San Ramon, CA 94583
Ph: (925) 543-8075
F: (925) 543-8097
Department

Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The UC Davis Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship serves as the nexus for entrepreneurship education and research—and as a springboard for entrepreneurial initiatives on the UC Davis campus.

To accomplish this, the institute brings science, engineering and business students and faculty together with experienced entrepreneurs, investors and corporate leaders in an highly collaborative environment that blends effective theory with hands-on participation and solution-driven innovation.

Department

Career Development Center

The Career Development Center is dedicated to helping you in every phase of your career planning endeavors. Take advantage of our many resources and tools in order not just to find your next job, but the right job.True career management is a lifelong process. One of the best ways to ensure a long and successful career is to learn the strategies and tools of proactive career management.

Staff Profile

Amanda Kimball
Research Specialist, Author of UC Davis Study of California Women Business Leaders

Amanda Kimball is a research specialist collaborating on faculty research projects. She authors the School’s annual “UC Davis Study of California Women Business Leaders.” Kimball spent time in a PhD program for Economics at UC Davis, where she earned her masters degree in 2003, with concentrations in Microeconomic Theory and Industrial Organization. She has a background in business and economics including having worked for Capital One, the Investment Company Institute, and the Corporate Executive Board.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 3407
Davis, CA
(530) 752-7371
(530) 752-2924 Fax
Staff Profile

Jenna Makus
Associate Director, Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Jenna Makus oversees the operations, communications and program planning at the Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Before joining the Institute, she worked with the UC Davis Graduate School of Management’s Career Services to implement their MBA Accelerator database, and served as a program manager for the School’s Executive Education. Makus earned her UC Davis MBA in 2006. During her time as an MBA student, she was involved in many activities related to the Institute, including serving as the Big Bang!

Gallagher Hall
Rm 2106
Davis, CA
Ph: (530) 752-8214
Faculty

Will Snyder
Executive Director, Master of Professional Accountancy

Areas of expertise: Financial and tax accounting

Snyder served as a fulltime member of the Charles W. Lamden School of Accountancy at San Diego State University (SDSU) for the past 24 years. Prior to that, he was an adjunct faculty at SDSU as well as a partner with Deloitte Haskins and Sells. He was also a professor at the University of Southern California, his alma mater, from 1992 to 1994.

Gallagher Hall
Room 3417
(530) 752-7403
Staff Profile

Stephanie Young-Birkle
Assistant to Dean Rao Unnava

Stephanie joined the Graduate School of Management in May of this year as the Energy Program Project Manager and has been working with Amy Myers Jaffe. She has also worked in the Academic Senate Office where she supported the faculty committees on Academic Freedom & Responsibility, Affirmative Action & Diversity, and Library as well as the Staff Assembly. Before joining UC Davis, she was a paralegal focusing on securities and business transactional law and a research assistant at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Gallagher Hall
Rm 3108-A
Davis, CA
(530) 752-4600
Profile

Stephen G. Newberry
Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence, Spring 2014

Stephen G. Newberry has been chairman of the board of directors for Lam Research since November 2012. He joined the Company in August 1997 as executive vice president and chief operating officer and was promoted to the position of president and chief operating officer in July 1998. In June 2005, he was named president and chief executive officer, and in December 2010, he was named vice chairman of the board of directors and chief executive officer. In addition to serving as a director of Lam Research, Mr.

Faculty

Jim Olson
Lecturer

MS, MBA, Santa Clara University.
BS, University of California, Davis

Jim Olson founded the WestShore Management Group in April of 2007, continuing a distinguished career after leading several high technology businesses for two Fortune companies and serving for nine years as CEO of SkyStream Networks, the top rated IPTV video head-end provider worldwide. WestShore Management Group provides Interim CEO, corporate consulting, and executive development services for both public, and private, venture-financed companies.

Office hrs: 5:00pm-6:00pm, Wednesdays & by appt.
Profile

Kevin M. Bacon
2012 Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence

In today’s face-paced, highly scrutinized and transparent business world, the biggest challenge facing leaders is adroitly balancing the needs of the organization and its success with the social and ethical obligations owed to different and often conflicting stakeholders.

Profile

Robert Smelick
2011 Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence, 2014 Visiting Faculty

Managing Partner and CEOHeadland Ventures, San Francisco, Calif.

Adjunct faculty at the Darden School of Business, University of Virginia. Visiting lecturer at University of Washington; Harvard University; Georgetown University; the University of San Francisco; Duke University; and the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill.

Served on the boards of several private and public companies, including Kaiser Steel, Willamette Industries, King Broadcasting and The Wine Group (one of the world’s largest wine companies)

Profile

Jack M. Gill
2010 Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence

Jack Gill, a founder and managing partner (retired) of Vanguard Ventures in Palo Alto, has joined the UC Davis Graduate School of Management as in the Robert A. Fox Executive in Residence for the spring 2010 quarter.

Jack has more than four decades of experience working in Silicon Valley and Boston as a company founder and venture capitalist. He also has 10 years of experience teaching entrepreneurship courses in science, engineering and medicine at Harvard Medical School, MIT and Rice University.

Profile

Joe Dobrow
Joe Dobrow Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence, Spring 2009

Joe Dobrow, a senior marketing executive and consultant who has enjoyed a diverse career in consumer retail and nonprofits, served as the UC Davis Graduate School of Management as the Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence for the spring quarter 2009.

While at UC Davis, Dobrow taught an MBA course on real-world decision making in practice that will offer a unique window into the world of executive thinking.

Profile

L. Wilton Agatstein, Jr.
Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence, Spring 2008

L. Wilton Agatstein, Jr., a senior executive with Intel Corporation who retired at the end of last year, has been named the Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence for this spring.

With nearly three decades of global experience in the competitive high-tech arena, Agatstein will tap his deep understanding and expertise in emerging markets to teach a quarter-long MBA course focused on innovation for the developing world.

Profile

Russell Read
Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence, Spring 2007

Russell Read, chief investment officer for the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS), the nation’s largest public pension fund, has joined the UC Davis Graduate School of Management as the Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence for the spring quarter.

Profile

Sotiris Kolokotronis
Executive-in-Residence, Spring 2006

Sotiris K. Kolokotronis is the founder and owner of SKK Developments, a Sacramento-based real estate firm that specializes in mixed-use, multi-family and land development projects.

As Executive-in-Residence in spring 2006, Kolokotronis taught a quarter-long MBA course on real estate development, drawing on two decades of experience on projects involving more than 1,500 single-family homes, 1,200 apartment units and 250,000 square feet of commercial buildings in Northern California, Colorado, Nevada and Oregon.

Profile

Lee A. McIntire
Executive-in-Residence, Spring 2005, Commencement 2008 Keynote Speaker

Lee A. McIntire is the president and chief operating officer for CH2M HILL, a global leader in engineering, construction, operations and related technical services for public and private clients. With $6 billion in revenue and 24,000 employees worldwide, the firm delivers innovative, practical, sustainable solutions—helping clients develop and manage infrastructure and facilities that improve efficiency, safety, and quality of life.

Profile

Linda Oubre
Linda Oubre Executive-in-Residence, Spring 2003

In her two decades of business experience, Linda Oubre has been involved in more than 30 new ventures. Most recently, as co-founder, director, and president-COO of BriteSmile, Inc. From 1998-2002, Oubre was responsible for the planning, launch and management of the company’s one-hour teeth whitening spas and affiliated dental offices. During her four-year tenure, BriteSmile’s annual sales grew to more than $50 million.

Profile

Charles Steinberg
Executive-in-Residence, Spring 2002

Charles A. Steinberg was president of the Broadcast and Professional Company of Sony Electronics Inc. from 1988 to 1999. His responsibilities included marketing and development of products and systems for the broadcast and business/industrial markets in the United States.

Overview

Career Opportunities
Thank you for your interest in a career with the UC Davis Graduate School of Management.

Established in 1981, the UC Davis Graduate School of Management continues to gain greater stature and recognition nationally and internationally. The UC Davis full-time MBA program has been ranked among the top 8% of AACSB International-accredited programs nationwide, according to U.S. News & World Report’s latest graduate business school rankings.

Post

Career Services Coordinator
Program Representative II

POSITION DETAILS

Job Summary

Under general supervision of the director of career services, manage operations for the MBA career services center and coordinate and provide high-level support for students and recruiter programs. Provide leadership, analytical, technical, operational and the strategic development and implementation of multiple programs and databases, web-based services and resources needed to meet evolving data needs; provide analytical support and statistical research for the Office of Student Affairs.

Post

Executive Education Program Manager
Program Representative II

POSITION DETAILS

Job Summary

Under general supervision of the director of program innovations and executive education, manage operations for Graduate School of Management (GSM) Executive Education. Provide analytical, technical and operational oversight and support for development and delivery of multiple programs and resources to support the GSM’s noncredit program portfolio.

Post

DIRECTOR OF WEB MARKETING
DIGITAL COMM SPEC 3

position details

Job Summary

Under direction of the Executive Director of Marketing and Communications, lead a multi-department team to manage, edit and innovate the Graduate School of Management’s websites, social media and online marketing campaigns, including online student recruitment advertising for MBA, Master of Professional Accountancy, other specialized master’s programs and executive education.

Post

DIRECTOR OF WEB MARKETING
DIGITAL COMM SPEC 3

position details

Job Summary

Under direction of the Executive Director of Marketing and Communications, lead a multi-department team to manage, edit and innovate the Graduate School of Management’s websites, social media and online marketing campaigns, including online student recruitment advertising for MBA, Master of Professional Accountancy, other specialized master’s programs and executive education.

Post

Career Development Operations Manager
ANALYST II

position details

Job Summary

Under supervision of the Director, manage technology and operations for Career Development and is responsible for ensuring effective delivery of critical, high-level programming, events, and activities supporting MBA students and employers. Independent oversight for the strategic development and implementation of multiple databases to meet evolving data needs; provides analytical support and statistical research for Career Development and Student Affairs.

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