Mayor Kevin Johnson, along with Dean Steven Currall and Dr. Charles Gossett, introduces “Mayor’s Fellows” from the UC Davis School of Management and Sacramento State’s College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies.
Former CIA director turned-clean tech venture capitalist R. James Woolsey argues that U.S. dependence on Middle Eastern oil ranks “very high” as a national security concern.
Half of California’s 400 largest public companies have no women in top executive offices, according to a study reported today by University of California, Davis, researchers. Almost half do not have a woman on the board of directors. Nearly a third — including household names McAfee, Quicksilver and Hansen Natural — do not have a woman in either a top executive post or on the governing board.
Michael Mondavi, founder and coach of Folio Fine Wine Partners, talks with UC Davis wine industry expert and Graduate School of Management professor Robert Smiley, about his new wine venture since the sale of his family’s legendary winery four years ago.
L. Wilton Agatstein Jr., a retired senior executive with Intel Corp., talks about his nearly three decades of global experience in the competitive high-tech arena. Agatstein was the Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence for the Graduate School of Management at UC Davis.
Stephen Newberry kicks off the Lam Research Leadership Skills Series at the UC Davis Graduate School of Management with talk on values-based leadership. He was appointed president and chief executive officer of Lam Research in June 2005. Prior to joining Lam Research in 1997, Mr. Newberry was group vice president of global operations and planning at Applied Materials, Inc.