Staff Profile

Earl Raehsler
Assistant Director of Admissions
Military Liaison

Earl joined the UC Davis Graduate School of Management as an Assistant Director of Admissions working in all three programs in December of 2010. Earl came to us after serving in the United States Army, where he retired as a company First Sergeant. While serving in the Army, Earl held the following jobs: Infantryman, Combat Medic, Operating Room Tech, Licensed Practical Nurse, Drill Instructor, and Recruiter.

Earl is now the serving as the lead Assistant Director for our Full Time MBA, Director of the Technology Management Minor, and the Military Liaison for the School, where he enjoys helping candidates fulfill their dreams of obtaining an MBA.

He grew up in Northern California, and one of his many hobbies when he is not working he is river fly fishing.

Office: Gallagher Hall Room 1101J
Ph: (530) 752-5354
F: (530) 754-9355

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