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Jodie Stewart

It was entrepreneurial visionary John Anderson who inspired the launch of the UCLA Anderson School of Management in 1995, and now it’s the generosity of his late wife, Marion Anderson, who is taking the school to the next level. Here, Dean Judy Olian and other Anderson luminaries share the impact the Andersons have had on students around the globe, and how the creation of Marion Anderson Hall will provide even more opportunities for the UCLA Anderson community to make an impact on the world. This is thinking in the Next.

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