Education with Purpose

The school of Business is committed to being a proactive agent in developing a new kind of wealth. We envision wealth creation that: is equitable and socially inclusive (people), environmentally friendly (planet), financially solid (profit), builds harmonious societies (peace), and fosters a sustainable economy (prosperity). This is the penta-bottom line approach to the business enterprise.

To accomplish this vision, the aim of the University of San Diego School of Business is “education with a purpose.” Our objective is to graduate students who are socially responsible and internationally competitive leaders, entrepreneurs and agents of change who will transform lives in our society and around the world.

On behalf of the entire USD School of Business community, thank you for supporting our school. As you will see throughout this report, we have accomplished a lot in the last year. None of this would be possible without the generosity of donors like you.

Thank you for being a key partner in our journey towards creating a penta-bottom line business environment for our local and global community

Jaime Alonso Gómez, Ph.D.

Dean and Professor of Management

USD Board Chairman Don Knauss and wife Ellie Knauss Make $20 Million Gift Toward New School of Business Complex

Through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Knauss our students, faculty and staff will enjoy an educational home that will make learning an intellectual delight. The collaborative spaces in the complex will assure an education that is innovative, international and integrity-based.

The Knausses’ gift will be leveraged to raise additional funds and financial resources for the complex, which will expand the School of Business footprint at USD from the existing 48,000 square feet to more than 120,000 square feet. The project is expected to cost approximately $67 million and be completed in 2022.

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At the School of Business, we're always challenging students to make a positive impact through business. But it's rankings like these that remind us how much we're impacting our students as individuals. We're proud to offer a business degree that's 21st century relevant and packed with life-changing experiences.

# 28

Global MBA Program in the United States

Financial Times

# 59

Global MBA Program in the World

Financial Times

# 45

Undergraduate Business Program in the United States


# 83

Full-time MBA in the United States

Bloomberg Businessweek

# 15

Master's in Supply Chain Management Program

U.S News & World Report

# 48

America's Most Entrepreneurial Research Universities


# 1

Most Beautiful Campus

Princeton Review

# 2

Greatest Opportunities for Women

Princeton Review

# 6

Best Green MBA

Princeton Review

# 78

Top U.S. MBA Programs

Poets & Quants


Graduate Business Programs

Military Times

# 84

Undergraduate Business Programs

Military Times

# 39

MBA in the World

América Economia

# 66

USD School of Business Best in the World

CEOWorld Magazine

# 9

Greatest Opportunities for Minorities

Princeton Review

NEW: Small Business Development Center

A partnership between Peace, Business, Engineering, Continuing Education, the U.S. Small Business Administration and the San Diego and Imperial SBDC Regional Network. The center will provide no-cost services and opportunities for both start-ups and established technology-oriented companies in San Diego County. Services will include:

  • general business consulting
  • technology consulting
  • training programs
  • networking
  • mentoring programs
  • funding and financing consultation
  • community events

At USD, services will also include sustainability and social innovation, legal advice and will offer programming to women, minorities and veteran-owned businesses.

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40 media mentions and TV appearances by our esteemed faculty. Below are some highlights:

Teamwork builds success

New Faculty
PhD, University of South Florida
MBA, Gonzaga University
BBA, summa cum laude, Gonzaga University
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Alexander Kull
Assistant Professor of Marketing
PhD, University of Texas, Arlington

MBA, Saginaw Valley State University

Master of Science in Management Science, Naval Science and Engineering Institute

Bachelor of Computer Engineering, Turkish Naval Academy
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Assistant Professor of Management
PhD, Jindal School of Management, University of Texas-Dallas
Master's in Supply Chain, Jindal School of Management, University of Texas-Dallas
Bachelor of Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai
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Associate Professor of Operations
PhD, Cornell University
MBA, University of Chicago
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The Kaye and Richard Woltman Professor of Finance





New Programs
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International MBA5 Countries in 11 months

In October 2017 the School of Business launched San Diego's first International MBA. The 11-month program that begins in July of 2018 includes the possibility to study in multiple countries, beginning with a required term in Spain, along with an international consulting project in Asia, Europe or Latin America, interspersed with courses at the University of San Diego campus in California and field trips to Mexico. Students will gain in-depth learning of global best practices and the skills required to lead multicultural teams and organizations.

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MS in Finance

This recognition will increase the value of the degree to domestic employers and boost our international graduates' competitiveness and also facilitate job placement. “Allowing highly skilled foreign graduates to extend their post-graduate training in the U.S. is key to the success of our technology industries and the nation’s economic growth and security,” said USD School of Business Dean Jaime Alonso Gómez. “We are very pleased to receive this important designation.”

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Catolica LisbonDouble your expertise.

New dual degree program partnership with Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics brings the total to five undergraduate dual degree options to our students. Students attend classes at USD's School of Business. Then, they will travel to Dublin City University in Ireland, Universidad Pontificia Comillas in Madrid, Spain, John Cabot University in Rome, Italy, Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics in Portugal, or the University of Strasbourg in France, to study abroad before finishing their degree at USD. At the end of four years, they will have a bachelor's in business administration from USD, along with a bachelor's from our partner school.

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Entrepreneurship18 units to being your own boss.

In our entrepreneurship minor, we teach the foundational leadership and venture-vetting skills of the greats. Throughout the program, students learn to think just like a founder or C-level executive by identifying socially innovative opportunities, preparing business plans and dealing with legal issues. Networking with industry leaders both in and outside of the classroom is the game changer.

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6th Annual USD Legacy Conference

Entrepreneurs, community members and future changemakers gathered to be part of this inspirational 6th Annual Legacy Entrepreneurship Conference.

"If you have the itch to put it out into the world, it would be a tragedy if you don't," said Jeffery Adler, a social entrepreneur. "If it's your dream, you have to take it to market."

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Providing seed funding and connecting students to mentors and coaches from the entrepreneurship community


Students Participants from diverse majors


Angel Investors


Mentors and Coaches


University Partners from U.S., Mexico and Uruguay

V2 Pitch Competition

David Burgos describes himself as a born inventor and comes from an engineering background. In the pursuit of his entrepreneurial dream, Burgos took a leap of faith and left a successful career working as a software engineer at Qualcomm in Cambridge, United Kingdom, to pursue his MBA at USD with the intention of exploring all of our school’s entrepreneurship trainings, opportunities and resources. After a year of coaching, connecting with mentors, and working closely with our esteemed faculty, Burgos pitched his innovation on stage to an audience of more than 300 people. “Happy Spoon” was awarded the most seed funding of the year at $22,000, leaving Burgos ecstatic and eager to turn his idea into purpose for a better future.

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V2. Unique. Powerful. Creative.

HappySpoon is a new restaurant finder application that can instantly provide a list of restaurants that suits people with specific diet needs due to allergies, disease conditions, lifestyle, and goals.

V2 2017 Winner Amount: $22,000


David Jimenez Burgos, MBA ‘18

Trash Traker is a company that makes devices that are attached to garbage trucks in order to collect data on how much trash/recycling/green waste that each house produces.

V2 2017 Winner Amount: $8,000


Jordan Schultz, Mechanical Engineering ‘17

Global Seller Holdings is a portfolio of companies serving the logistics needs of ecommerce sellers on a global scale. The portfolio contains: FBAforward, The Global Shipper, The Global Broker and The Global Mailbox, with additional ancillary service companies slotted for future development.


Ryan Garrett, MBA ‘17

Flipp is a platform where you can buy and sell college books to help students find all the books they need for their classes much faster and at an accessible price. This has already been launched at the Autonoma University in Tijuana.

V2 2017 Winner Amount: $10,000


Brian Wilson

Universidad Autonoma de Baja California

Krowth is a B2B platform where companies can hire and sell services without using money, transforming their excess capacity into needed services, reducing cost of sales and increasing international exposure.


Agustin Satorio

Universidad ORT Uruguay

Evimed is the first transaction-based platform that connects medical services in Mexico to users in the United States. Envimed provides quality medical tourism at a low price.

V2 2017 Winner Amount: $5,000 in PR and Internet Marketing from San Diego Red, and $5,000 worth of mentoring for Hera Labs


Nicolas Herrera

Universidad Autonoma de Baja California

The Social Innovation Challenge went GLOBAL this year – open to students throughout the world.

The winners for 2017 included student entrepreneurs dedicated to curbing the vicious cycle of homelessness and substance abuse among people deported from the United States to Tijuana, reducing water use in residential homes through greywater solutions, and increasing the representation of women and African Americans in science, technology, engineering and math.






Mexico, USA


USA, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, India, Vietnam

The New Entrepreneur

Alexander came to USD’s School of Business because he had big ideas for saving lives. He participated in the Social Innovation Challenge, presenting "THE POD," a small medical device designed to address the third leading cause of death in the U.S. - medical errors - which result in 250,000 avoidable deaths annually. He was one of ten winners to receive funding to launch his innovation. That was the start. Today, with the guidance of professors, mentors, and San Diego’s innovation community, he has formed a team of law students, engineers and marketing gurus to bring this idea to life.

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in seed funding and in-kind prizes awarded to date
awarded in May 2017
students participated in idea labs,coaching sessions and bootcamps



China • Japan • Spain • Mexico • Brazil • Germany • Argentina • India • Peru • Italy • Portugal • France • United Kingdom




scholarship support distributed to students



people crossing international borders



undergraduate School of Business students participated in study abroad


short term courses offered in 13 countries
University of San Diego School of Business MBA students traveled to Mumbai, India, during winter break 2017 to learn more about social innovation.
Learning About Social Innovation In
Working for LEDVANCE in Munich, was a wonderful platform to simulate the experience of working as a consultant for a multibillion dollar organization. It gave us a chance to get a pulse of the working culture in Germany.
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Consulting For Multi-billion Dollar Companies In
I am in my first year at the University of San Diego in the Professional MBA program. I learned to examine business in a more holistic manner, taking in cultural and historical aspects and exploring their implications.
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Political And Economic Developments In
After finishing the class, we had the opportunity to explore a world miracle, Machu Picchu. We experienced four seasons, the rains, clouds, and sunshine, all in one day to get an amazing view of Machu Picchu city. It is just like a life’s journey. When you experience obstacles or tough times, you really enjoy and treasure the happy times more.
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Ahlers Center's Study Abroad Program In
Intersession 2017 lasted exactly 35 days. Yet, as I look back on the countless impactful experiences, unique perspectives, and new friends it has provided me, it feels as though it lasted a lifetime.
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Studying Italian Culture And Economy In
Our study abroad course, “Innovation in Emerging Markets,” headed by Dr. Rangapriya Narasimhan was the perfect course to understand the business differences and approaches used across the US and India.
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A Cultural Journey In

Around the world with Dean Gomez

Continuing his pursuit of excellence in education, Dean Gomez travels with graduate business students to international locations where he teaches International Business and Global Business Strategy.

Dean Gomez helps coordinate guest lectures and company visits for these students to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the business practices around the world.

Explore Global Opportunities
22 faculty participated in the Ahlers Center Faculty Development Trip in Milan, Italy and Athens, Greece

56% of full-time faculty have participated in an international development trip to date

47% of faculty is currently engaged in internationally focused research

Students Consulting for BMW in Munich

A diverse team of USD School of Business MBA students travelled to Munich, Germany during intersession for an immersion consulting experience. They were asked to roll up their sleeves to come up with a marketing strategy for BMW Motorrad (Motorcycle) to appeal to the Indian and Chinese millennial populations. The team had ten days to get culturally acquainted in Germany, understand their client’s challenges and objectives, research target markets in India and China, all of this while learning how to work with a team of people they had never met – including MBA students from our partner university in Germany – and deliver results. At the end of the experience, a presentation was made by the student team to the product manager of BMW Motorrad that may impact how BMW Motorrad positions its motorcycles in these emerging markets. To which, Dominic Thönnes, product manager of BMW Motorrad, said: “It is impressive, how fast the students are able to get used to a new topic, understand the situation and factors that influence the topic and work out solutions to improve business. In only ten working days the team presented new, compelling recommendations that we’ll try to implement in our strategy within this year.”


This is just one example. Nine teams of approximately 30 students consulted local organizations in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Shanghai, China and Munich, Germany under the guidance of our esteemed faculty during intersession 2017. And nearly 2,000 people participated in our Ahlers Center for International Business programs just in the last academic year.

Building relationships


6th Annual Supply Chain Management Spring Symposium

The Supply Chain Management Institute’s annual Spring Symposium offered a combination of keynote presentations by global organizations and deep-dive workshops facilitated by respected subject matter experts. It provided a unique and more personal opportunity to bring together industry, academia, and tomorrow’s promising talent – our supply chain students.

Respected subject matter experts such as Nike’s Senior Director of Transportation and Trade for North America, WD-40’s Director of Strategic Supply Chain and our esteemed supply chain management faculty facilitated various workshops at the event.

21st Annual Real Estate Conference

Over 600 industry professionals attended our 21st Annual Real Estate Conference highlighting global and national economic real estate trends.

Two featured speakers: Arthur B. Laffer, internationally renowned economist and founder and chairman of Laffer Associates, addressed California’s future under President Trump and Governor Brown; and Spencer Levy, Americas head of research for CBRE, focused on global and national real estate trends.

Mark Cafferty, CEO of San Diego Regional Economic Development, spoke of job creation and economic trends that will impact San Diego’s real estate.

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Sixth Annual Women In Real Estate Conference

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Leading change


Executives and professionals from every industry interacted with School of Business students in classes throughout the year, including representatives from Airbnb, Amazon, Facebook, Solar Turbines, WD-40, Qualcomm, Petco and more.

Internationally renowned economist and founder and chairman of Laffer Associates
University of San Diego
CEO of San Diego Regional Economic Development
President and CEO of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC)



We gratefully acknowledge those who have contributed gifts to the University of San Diego School of Business.

You have enabled us to sustain the momentum required for success.

Joyfully Giving Back

As an alumnae from the University of San Diego School of Business and a member of the business community, I am inspired to give back to the School of Business because of the expertise that the school provides to the students, and the long-term impact this footprint has in our community. Giving to the Dean’s fund allows the School of Business to use the funds where they are needed the most whether that be to support the entrepreneurship program, new faculty, or new programs. I like being able to give to a fund that has the flexibility to improve the School of Business where it is needed the most. I’m so thrilled to see how the School of Business has improved over the past 30 years since I attended the MBA program. We’ve surrounded ourselves with experts and forward-thinkers and it is very exciting to see our School of Business continue to move towards a bright future.

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  • Andrew J. Palmquist
  • Gary J. Paquette
  • Susan Paquette
  • Susan C. Parker
  • Ryan M. Pascarella
  • Wesley G. Passons
  • Joan Passovoy
  • Pranab R. Pati
  • George J. Pecoraro
  • Mario Pepe
  • Carlos A. Persichetti
  • James B. Peterson, Jr.
  • Ryan S. Pietranton
  • Morgan Poor
  • Sofia Posada Blancafort
  • Michael C. Praggastis
  • Vanessa A. Praggastis
  • Elena M. Provenza
  • Steve R. Provenzano, Jr.
  • John D. Prunty
  • David F. Pyke
  • Susan M. Pyke
  • Mingjing Qiu
  • Abigail A. Racelis
  • Brittany A. Raile
  • William F. Reed Jr.
  • Tamela B. Reese
  • Gilda M. Reeves
  • John A. Reid
  • Jonathan M. Reisch
  • Michael E. Richards
  • Nicholas Richards
  • John A. Richardson
  • Dana D. Risberg
  • Brandi L. Roberts
  • Gerard T. Rodrigues
  • Sarah M. Rodrigues
  • Alex M. Rodriguez
  • Diego Rodriguez-Luna
  • Rachel E. Romani
  • Karen K. Rose
  • Lauren A. Rose
  • Deborah N. Ruane
  • Noel T. Rufo Jr.
  • Janet Rush
  • Karolina M. Rzadkowolska
  • Leslie J. Sacco
  • Kristin A. San Martin
  • Alison L. Sanchez
  • Maria G. Sanchez
  • Brad L. Sandstrom
  • Kari L. Schattinger
  • Andrew B. Schlegel
  • Jean M. Schlinger
  • Benjamin M. Schuster
  • Kenneth A. Schwing Jr.
  • David L. Scott
  • Rachel L. Seats
  • John J. Seidler
  • James E. Sillcox
  • Fernando Silva
  • John Siry
  • Peter B. Siwek
  • Clifford C. Skrdlant
  • Joshua Slavin
  • Courtney A. Smith
  • Edward R. Smith
  • Erin K. Smith
  • Leslie C. Smith
  • Sharon N. Smith
  • Christian A. Soderlund
  • Robert J. Sojka
  • Paulo Sotiangco
  • Thomas Spanos
  • Lisa B. Spiro
  • Jill A. St. George
  • Christopher L. Stalter
  • Yorick A. Starr
  • Michael N. Stefanoudakis
  • Ruby Stevens
  • Hannah Stokes
  • Joel R. Stone
  • Janean E. Stripe
  • Xin D. Sun
  • Joel Sutherland
  • Robert J. Svatos
  • Marko Svetina
  • Molly H. Syke
  • Lauren M. Sykes
  • Theodore P. Tabasso
  • Luke P. Taffuri
  • Andrew C. Taggart
  • Patricia B. Teaff
  • Raymond G. Thagard, III
  • Raymond Thagard, Jr.
  • David L. Tivadar
  • Nicolas A. Toffoli
  • Erik L. Torgerson
  • Geraldine J. Torres
  • Krestsna Tottress
  • Meghan F. Truchan
  • Miles J. Trudeau
  • Charles Tu
  • Bradley J. Turner
  • Marc U. Uchida
  • Shaun P. Uebelhor
  • David N. Ursini
  • Adriana Vamosiu
  • Diego Vasquez
  • Charles A. Villano III
  • Gregory M. Viramontes
  • Binh Vu
  • Jeffrey S. Wagner
  • Patricia A. Wagner
  • Lynsey A. Waldman
  • Mitch Warachka
  • Laetitia Warden Czerniak
  • Joseph K. Wat
  • Marguerite L. Watson
  • John S. Webster
  • Brett E. Weichbrod
  • Michael J. Weihert
  • Aidan J. Weinberger
  • Kevin R. Wellis
  • Lauryn E. Wells
  • Richard D. Wenk
  • Brenna Westergaard
  • Harvey P. White
  • Sheryl White
  • Jennifer A. Willet
  • Mitchell J. Willet
  • M. Eileen Williams
  • Catherine A. Wilson
  • Stephen D. Wilson
  • Alexander Worden
  • Linda Wu
  • Joanne Yaghdjian
  • Beatriz P. Young
  • Erick Zamora
  • Huijing Zhang
  • Pengcheng Zhu
  • Robert B. Zider
  • Accenture LLP
  • Behnke Foundation
  • Confidence Foundation
  • Costco Wholesale Corporation
  • Dairy Queen
  • Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
  • The Kemper Freeman Foundation
  • Google Matching Gift Program
  • Honeywell International Charity Matching
  • KPMG Foundation
  • Mangia, Inc.
  • Netflix
  • Nett Enterprises
  • Network for Good
  • Nissan Employee Gift Matching
  • Raymond and Deborah Chao Charitable Fund
  • Sempra Energy
  • Siry Inc.
  • Thagard Foundation
  • The Boeing Company
  • Wells Fargo Matching Gifts Program
  • Accounting
  • Jacqueline F. Akerblom
  • Ali B. Albeigan
  • Anthony Choi
  • Richard M. Atnip
  • Jeffrey D. Beaudoin
  • Katherine L. Beaudoin
  • Craig Boros
  • Robert Bowen
  • Robert C. Breedlove
  • Russell Broadway
  • Jennifer L. Brown
  • Judith Bruner
  • Marla T. Bruning
  • Robert K. Bruning
  • Edward G. Bryant
  • Chelsea M. Castillo
  • Rachel K. Cerkleski
  • Anthony C. Choi
  • Kate Christman Weaver
  • John W. Clift
  • Kathryn Clift
  • Claire K. Coba
  • Andrew M. Dahl
  • Sean K. Deehan
  • Lauren A. Deschamps
  • Lionel Deschamps
  • Scott N. Dudzik
  • Mary P. Durkin
  • Stephen P. Embry
  • John M. Faulkner
  • Casey S. Foster
  • Daniel J. Gatto
  • Sam Guevara
  • Christine M. Haskell
  • Colleen G. Haskell
  • Paul J. Heran
  • Kimberly Ho
  • Audrey M. Hoel
  • Tim Holl
  • Mike Howard
  • Susan Jane Jollineau
  • Rachel M. Jones
  • Mark T. Judd
  • Kenneth M. Kasianovitz
  • Kendra C. Keating
  • Heather-Nicole H. Keil
  • Andrew Kimball
  • Daniel Kleeburg
  • Jenna M. LaCour
  • Robert D. LaCour
  • Thomas C. Lamey, CPA
  • Michelle A. Lane
  • Gavin T. Lightner
  • Michael E. Lowry
  • Hope H. Mago
  • Thomas J. Mantione
  • David P. Martin
  • Emily J. Mauthe
  • Ellen McCaw
  • Audrey C. McKenny
  • Bryan J. Miller
  • Emily E. Misleh
  • Paul E. Misleh II
  • David N. Morgan
  • Natalie J. Morgan
  • Matthew C. Nash
  • Michael A. Persall
  • Michael A. Polenzani
  • Stephen E. Pollmann
  • Cindy Qu
  • Judson Quiggle
  • Robert W. Raymond
  • Marc B. Reyes
  • Alexandra Robbins
  • Amy J. Saddler
  • Robert J. Schulte
  • David L. Scott
  • Erin N. Smith
  • Jodi L. Smith
  • Austin R. Stacey
  • Stephen J. Steckbeck
  • Mitchell J. Stephens
  • Bryan E. Sullivan
  • Dana A. Sullivan
  • Jonathon L. Swanson
  • Brian G.W. Valenzuela
  • Michael Verbeck
  • David W. Vicente
  • Thomas H. Vo
  • Quynh-Chi H. Vu
  • Wentian Wang
  • Chad Whitehead
  • Tiffany A. Williamson
  • ABP Capital, LLC
  • AKT Group LLP
  • CBIZ, Inc.
  • CohnReznick LLP
  • Considine & Considine
  • Deloitte Foundation
  • Deloitte Services LP
  • Frank, Rimerman & Co, LLP
  • Friend of USD
  • Friend of USD
  • Gatto, Pope, & Walwick, LLP
  • Grant Thornton LLP
  • JGD & Associates LLP
  • KPMG Foundation
  • KPMG LLP - Dallas
  • Lavine Lofgren Morris & Engelberg, LLP
  • Lindsay and Brownell, LLP
  • LumaTax, Inc
  • The MBK Foundation
  • The Medtronic Foundation
  • Moss Adams LLP
  • Network for Good
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP - Tampa
  • Sempra Energy
  • Squar Milner LLP
  • The Institute of Internal Auditors
  • United Way of Greater Atlanta
  • Varian Charitable Match Trust
  • YourCause, LLC Trustee
  • Economic Studies
  • Paul J. Jiganti
  • Deborah Kelly
  • Alyson Ma
  • Luis Massieu
  • Matthew Oden
  • Alison L. Sanchez
  • Diane C. Yandell
  • Dirk S. Yandell
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Dominique K. Alessio Nielander
  • Regina Bernal
  • Jeffery Catanzaro
  • Pino Ficara
  • Rachel D. Ficara
  • Kelly C. Gallagher
  • Kevin C. Gallagher
  • Dennis G. Jenson
  • Kerri N. Kato-Halsey
  • Christina T. Knight
  • Luis Maizel
  • Sally Maizel
  • Zeyna Malas
  • J. Mark Olson
  • Brian B. Sagi
  • Robert Smriga
  • Richard L. Wynne Jr.
  • Susan M. Wynne
  • John M. Xitco Jr.
  • Denver Foundation
  • The Ronald Newburg Foundation
  • Finance
  • Claire H. Arora
  • Alexandra K. Boyle
  • Mark J. Crigler
  • Benjamin L. Ebersole
  • Ana N. Spanos
  • MBA
  • Benjamin Auray
  • Maile Y. Baca
  • Jason Baird
  • Oliver Burk
  • Dirk A. Cahaan
  • Pamela A. Combs
  • Dena H. Conrad
  • Douglas L. Distelrath
  • William J. Dopp
  • Grady D. Dunn
  • Philip Flambert
  • Robert M. Freeman
  • Daren T. Gardner
  • Karen A. Garsson
  • John M. Hopmans
  • Kevin J. Nohelty
  • Jacqueline Romain
  • Roy E. Salvesen
  • MSGL
  • Dennis Horn
  • Gina G. Sotelo
  • International Business
  • Frank A. Potenziani
  • M & T Foundation
  • Center for Peace and Commerce
  • John M. Cappetta
  • Rachel L. Christensen
  • Wendy Gillespie
  • Amitkumar Kakkad
  • Michael H. Mugel
  • Thomas A. Price
  • Paul M. Purcell
  • Peg Ross
  • Peter Zahn
  • Rangapriya Kannan-Narasimhan
  • Annie Navarra
  • Capdevilla/Gillespie Foundation
  • McNamara Purcell Foundation
  • Moxie Foundation
  • Price Family Foundation
  • Qualcomm
  • The Cappetta Family Foundation
  • Ahlers Center for International Business
  • Andrew T. Allen
  • Erin E. Coulter
  • Denise Dimon
  • Allison V. Howitt
  • Danielle J. Levanetz
  • Mariel I. Lopez
  • Hope H. Mago
  • Isabella Frediani
  • Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate
  • Charles Abdi
  • Joseph C. Anfuso
  • Robert Anselmo
  • Mike Atkins
  • William G. Ayyad
  • Alexander P. Beaton
  • Alexander P. Beaton
  • Aaron Beck
  • Steven L. Black
  • Robert G. Bohrer
  • Chris Bourassa
  • Justin C. Brennan
  • Marc Brutten
  • Ryan M. Bubnack
  • Jack Burger
  • Steve Cain
  • Anthony R. Carr
  • Brian R. Caster
  • Michael A. Centurioni
  • Gina Champion-Cain
  • Kristen Conner
  • Dennis S. Cruzan
  • Brandon De Young
  • John C. Demas
  • Lionel Deschamps
  • Daniele E. Dilling Pollin
  • Stephen P. Doyle
  • Domenic C. Drago
  • Melissa Duflock
  • Emma Epes
  • Daniel J. Epstein
  • Rockette Ewell
  • John C. Ferber
  • Kari Fiske
  • John Galaxidas
  • Louis A. Galuppo
  • Bradley A. Geier
  • Cathy C. Geier
  • Ian M. Gill
  • Kaitlyn M. Gillingham Milke
  • Alan Gin
  • Mark Gleiberman
  • Denise K. Goebel
  • Gregory R. Granito
  • Joelle A. Hippensteel
  • Mark E. Hoekstra
  • Ashok Israni
  • Gregory T. Ives
  • Aidan James
  • Derek D. Jensen
  • Kem A. Kantor
  • Michael Kazemzadeh
  • Zachary E. Koucos
  • Zachary E. Koucos
  • John C. Kratzer
  • Patti Kreutzer
  • Ron Lack
  • James H. Laverty
  • Shantell M. Mansour
  • Damian McKinney
  • Stephen B. Meadows
  • Tim P. Meissner
  • David C. Michan
  • Vicki R. Mullins
  • Alan N. Nevin
  • James P. Nigro
  • Eric A. Northbrook
  • Christopher Pascale
  • Daniel J. Phelan
  • Lorne R. Polger
  • Andy Pollin
  • Jerome Portis
  • Scott R. Potter
  • James P. Previti
  • Peter Quinn
  • Jacob R. Rasmuson
  • Heather Riley
  • Daniel J. Ryan
  • Jacob D. Schwartz
  • John J. Shaw
  • Glenn P. Shihata
  • Roger C. Simsiman
  • Andrew L. Smith
  • Janina L. Smith
  • Richard A. Snyder
  • Kelly A. Souza
  • Kelly A. Souza
  • Jeff R. Stoke
  • Gail Stoorza-Gill
  • William L. Strong
  • Bryan T. Underwood
  • Christian M. Von Merkatz
  • John Vorsheck
  • Michael Whitton
  • Stephen B. Williams
  • Christopher Wood
  • Christopher F. Wood
  • Mary A. Yaghdjian
  • Alex Zikakis
  • Alco Iron & Metals
  • Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc
  • Allen Matkins Leck Gamble & Mallory LLP
  • ANI Development, LLC
  • Appraisal Institute
  • Bank of America
  • Bank of the West
  • Brutten Family Fund
  • Burger Construction
  • Capstone Advisors
  • Caster Properties
  • CB Richard Ellis - San Diego
  • Chicago Title
  • Citizens Business Bank
  • City National Bank - Irvine
  • Coronado Island Realty
  • Cypress Office Properties
  • EY - San Diego
  • Fident Capital
  • First American Title Insurance Co.
  • Galuppo & Blake, APLC
  • Gleiberman Properties, Inc.
  • Hecht Solberg Robinson Goldberg & Bagley
  • HFF
  • HFF
  • Hoffman & Forde, Attorneys at Law
  • James Previti Family Foundation
  • JMI Realty LLC
  • KPMG LLP - San Diego
  • Ledcor Construction
  • Michael Maher, Esq
  • Marcus & Millichap Real Estate
  • Marsh & McLennan Agency
  • Mataas Partners Inc
  • McKinney Advisory Group
  • Meissner Jacquet
  • Newland Real Estate Group, LLC
  • NorthMarq Capital, Inc.
  • Pacific Southwest Realty Services
  • Pacifica Companies
  • Pacifica Companies
  • Pathfinder Partners
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP - San Diego
  • Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch LLP
  • Riviera Real Estate
  • Ryan Companies US Inc.
  • SDSU Research Foundation
  • Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP
  • Stephen & Lynne Doyle Family Foundation
  • Strata Equity Group, Inc.
  • Suffolk Construction Company
  • Synergy Real Estate Group
  • The Brennan Pohle Group
  • The ConAm Group
  • The Heritage Group
  • The Pollin Group
  • Troutman Sanders
  • U.S. Bank
  • United Development Group, Inc.
  • Voit Real Estate Services
  • Wakeland Housing & Development Corp
  • Wells Fargo Bank
  • Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
  • Wells Fargo Foundation
  • Wells Fargo Matching Gifts Program
  • Westcore Management, LLC
  • Withers Bergman LLP
  • Supply Chain Management Institute
  • Joseph C. Artino
  • Jim Cerra
  • Timothy Fischer
  • Peter Heavey
  • Keith Higashi
  • Erica Jackson
  • Mike Kelsey
  • Jamie King
  • Dan D. Leblanc
  • Mary C. Long
  • Jeffrey W. Martin
  • Kevin Mitchell
  • Kevin J. Nohelty
  • Maria E. Thompson
  • Agile Sourcing Partners, Inc.
  • Bumble Bee Foods, Inc.
  • General Atomics
  • Northrop Grumman
  • PlanetTogether, Inc
  • Roller Bearing Company of America, Inc.
  • San Diego Gas & Electric Company
  • Solar Turbines Incorporated
  • ViaSat, Inc.
  • WD-40 Company

*Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy for gifts made between July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

Annual gifts are a vital source of financial support for the school and are a critical component of the School of Business’ ability to close the gap between income and expenditures. They help provide our students and faculty with the resources they need to remain competitive and enhance our ability to respond to new, exciting opportunities. All gifts really do make a difference, and we appreciate all contributions.