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The Best Way to Predict Your Future Is To Create It
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Drucker School of Management alumna Shona Gupta is up to something big. "Get Real Girl" is a new generation of multi-ethnic girl action-figures that promote promote healthy, active lifestyles & positive self-esteem. Check out the website and help Get Real Girl launch its first four spring dolls at https://getrealgirl.net.

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Drucker alumnae, Gina Orozco-Mejia (EMBA '13), named vice president of gas operations at Southern California Gas Co. http://bit.ly/2f5t1Im

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“As a new venture develops and grows, the roles and relationships of the original entrepreneurs inexorably change.” http://bit.ly/2feUPNs

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Drucker alumnae, Diane Manuel (MBA 1991) shares tips on 5 Things to Do to be a Financially Savvy Woman. http://bit.ly/2eRXl98

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Self-development is a major theme throughout Drucker’s writings and teachings. “What matters,” he wrote, “is that the knowledge worker, by the time he or she reaches middle age, has developed and nourished a human being rather than a tax accountant or a hydraulic engineer.” http://bit.ly/2fc06Fy

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CGU alumni in Taipei met Sunday night for dinner at Chao Ping Ji to catch up and discuss their experiences with some prospective students.
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Drucker alumna Tawni Cranz '11 chosen as one of this year's 'Influential Leaders' by the AACSB. http://bit.ly/2cRJONT

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This fall, Sotheby’s Institute of Art – Los Angeles and Claremont Graduate University will host a weekly Creative Industries Colloquium every Thursday evening, which is open to the public. Weekly panels of professionals, including institutional leaders, artists, curators, writers, and executives, address the challenges and opportunities facing their organizations and fields today. Come learn more about Sotheby’s Institute of Art’s MA programs in Art Business and Arts Management and meet the people that are shaping LA’s cultural landscape now. http://bit.ly/2c0OQYC
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