Los Angeles

Berkeley-Haas Alumni Network

Events

Part of our chapter’s charter is to ensure that we host a variety of events that match the interests of our alumni. Through these unique events HAAS LA hopes to increase the value and importance of building relationships with alumni, current students, faculty, and staff. Our belief is that an engaged and responsive alumni community can in turn contribute to the strong brand equity of The Haas School of Business and UC Berkeley.

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About Us

Investing in your future shouldn’t stop when you graduate…play a part in continuing the strong Berkeley-Haas tradition!

Our Chapter Board Members are alumni of both the Berkeley-Haas School’s undergrad and MBA programs, as well as CAL grads in the Los Angeles business community. The current board has successfully introduced speaking programs and professional networking events for our alumni community. We invite you to contact us to see how you might best play a role in our chapter’s leadership.

Board meetings with dinner  and wine are held the 2nd Tuesday of every month in Beverly Hills-  433 N Camden Dr, 4th Floor.   Free parking after 6pm in parking lots between N. & S. Santa Monica Blvd, double check the parking lot signage before you enter,  or pay meters on the street.

Email us if you are interested in getting involved.

You can also find us online through our Facebook group or our LinkedIn group.

Board Officers

Chris Pope, President

Evan Santiago, President Elect & Director – Student Engagement

Howard Chung, Director – Alumni Engagement

Jane Kim, VP of Marketing & Communications

Natalie Alchadeff, Treasurer

Nancy Owen, Secretary

Marc Pfeiffer, Director – Logistics

Gary Duong, Social Media & Communications

Brian Saltsburg, Webmaster (Contact: HaasLA@HaasLA.com)

Board Members

Elizabeth Pell

Carl Jacobs

Robert Spears

Kamran Kamjou

Jonathan Keen

Joy Kovaleski

Chris Pawlik

Berkeley-Haas News

Study finds cause for banning public investment advice Are investors “mad” to follow CNBC's Mad Money show host Jim Cramer's stock advice? Would they be better off without media's insights? When investment information is public—such as being broadcast to thousands of viewers—all that “noise” excites investors and causes them to lend [...]
Fri, Aug 26, 2016
Source Berkeley-Haas News
By Pamela Tom Prof. Richard Sloan received the American Accounting Association's “Seminal Contributions to Accounting Literature” Award on Aug. 8 for a paper that changed the way many investors and investment managers build portfolios. The paper, “Do Stock Prices Fully Reflect Information in Accruals and Cash Flows About Future Earnings?” (The Accounting [...]
Fri, Aug 26, 2016
Source Berkeley-Haas News
Teece and Levine
By Pamela Tom Two Berkeley-Haas professors recently reached 100K citations of their published research, according to Google Scholar. The milestone marks the growing influence of their scholarly findings among other academics. Prof. David Teece reached the milestone in July. His most cited paper is “Dynamic Capabilities and Strategic Management,” (published in [...]
Fri, Aug 26, 2016
Source Berkeley-Haas News
UC Berkeley was ranked the #1 public university worldwide in the 2016 Academic Ranking of World Universities. Berkeley placed third overall in the ARWU ranking, up one slot from its 2015 ranking, published by Shanghai Jiao Tong University. The ARWU rankings emphasize the quality of faculty and research. Berkeley led a list of [...]
Wed, Aug 24, 2016
Source Berkeley-Haas News

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