UCLA Anderson School of Management unveiled a Donor Wall last Thursday at its Board of Visitors' meeting, recognizing 324 people who have given $100,000 or more to the school since its founding in 1935. The ceremony was led by Dean Judy Olian and attended by the school's Board of Visitors. "This our way of saying a huge 'Thank You,' to those who have supported us and continue to support us," said Olian.
Olian noted that three donors have given $10 million or more, ten have given between $5 million and $10 million and 50 have given over a million dollars. At the top of the list is naming donor John Anderson who, with his wife Marion, gave the school $15 million in 1987 and $25 million in 2011. Anderson was also instrumental in bringing other business leaders together to support construction of the school's campus.
"This legacy of giving is remarkable," said Olian. "We hope more names will be added as you continue to show confidence in the school and our mission," she concluded.