Dean Grier brings a wealth of knowledge and a perspective from both academia and industry that will serve Leavey School well as we emerge from this pandemic year. Dean Grier currently serves as dean of School of Business at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), and will begin his appointment at SCU on July 1, 2021.
Seasoned executives from the realms of high tech, entertainment, fashion, finance, professional sports and more have joined the inaugural cohort of Santa Clara University’s new Black Corporate Board Readiness program.
When Gov. Newsom signed AB979 into law on September 30, he opened the door to meaningfully increasing the contribution of leaders from underrepresented professionals of color to the boards of California’s 662 publicly traded companies.
Janice Charley had already had some board experience prior to enrolling in the inaugural session of the Silicon Valley Executive Center’s Women’s Corporate Board Readiness (WCBR) program. She had been appointed as a chairman of the board of a company after serving as their consulting CFO for 3 years.
E. Marie Brierley MBA ’19, a graduate of both the Executive MBA and Women’s Corporate Board Readiness (WCBR) programs, has recently joined the board of Momentum for Mental Health. Brierley is the first WCBR participant to land a board seat.
The Leavey School of Business acknowledges racial injustice, commits to listening and learning and will act to support justice everywhere, starting at the school itself.
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Moving an organization from where it is today to where it needs to go is rarely easy. The novel, dynamic and unpredictable nature of our current context adds another layer of urgency and complexity.
The Silicon Valley Executive Center, part of the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University, is preparing to offer its Spring 2020 Women’s Corporate Board Readiness class fully online for the first time.
The Executive Development Center in the Leavey School of Business has changed its name to the Silicon Valley Executive Center at Santa Clara University.
May 10 speech will also mark the launch of an organizational health initiative between Patrick Lencioni and Santa Clara University’s Silicon Valley Executive Center, bringing his acclaimed methods to area executives and the SCU community.