University of Bridgeport (CT) Picks Plourde for Tech Transfer

Gary Plourde (MS, Finance) has extensive experience in the field of intellectual property and will lead tech transfer and venture creation at the University of Bridgeport (CT).

Treat People Like You Want to be Treated: An Interview with the Founder of Craigslist, Craig Newmark

A candidate in the MS in Integrated Marketing Communications program was able to reach the founder of Craigslist with techniques learned in a Sales Management course at GGU.

7 Skills That Will Help Advance Your Career & The 7 Characteristics of a Winner

A former Dean of GGU's Ageno School of Business shares from more than 30 years' experience in investment banking, law, and corporate strategy on Wall Street and abroad.

How I Earned a “Seat” Next to the CEO of United Airlines: A Cold Calling Exercise at GGU

Graduate student's persistence pays off with real-world techniques learned in sales course.

Golden Gate University School of Law School Dean Fights Homophobia and Fear

Anthony Niedwiecki identifies a moment in 2007 at a Fort Lauderdale airport as a turning point in his life as an LGBTQ activist.

This Google Exec is Helping 'Gayglers' Be Themselves

An interview with Rebecca Prozan, a graduate of Golden Gate University School of Law, who is a senior liaison to local government and communities throughout eight Google offices in California.

Fiona Ma Trounces Field in CA State Treasurer Race to Make Runoff

Fiona Ma (MS Taxation) has represented the second district on the California Board of Equalization since 2015. She has been a lobbyist for business issues that affected women and minorities. She was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and later to the California legislature, where she was the only female among eighty members.

Podcast: Interview with GGU Psychology Chair & Eating Disorder Expert Tom Wooldridge

Dr. Wooldridge has recently released an edited book, Psychoanalytic Treatment of Eating Disorders: When Words Fail and Bodies Speak.

It Feels Good to Be A CFA® Charterholder: How I Passed and How I Teach

Dave Kaczorowski, CFA, shares his experiences and tips for those seeking to earn the highest distinction in the investment management profession.

Marketing Luxury Brands: Expert from GGU Helps Bridge the Gap Between Academia and Industry at International Conferences

Dr. Talukdar traveled to Singapore to present her research at the Mystique of Luxury Brands Conference, as well as the LVMH-SMU Conference 2018--an initiative of Singapore Management University (SMU) and LVMH (Louis Vuitton),

Rigel Pharmaceuticals,Inc. (NASDAQ:RIGL) Appoints Officers

Dean Schorno (MS, Taxation) was appointed to serve as the CFO of Rigel Pharmaceuticals, clinical-stage biotechnology company. Previously, he was CFO at 23andMe.

Three New Members Join IAP's Board of Directors

General John Campbell, USA (Ret) and General Herbert "Hawk" Carlisle, USAF (Ret) have been named to the board of directors of a global provider of logistics, management, and technical services to government agencies and organizations. Both earned an MBA from Golden Gate University.

Vology Welcomes Mike Ehresman as Sales Enablement VP

Ehresman, who earned both an MS in Taxation and BS in Management from GGU, extends an executive career that spans 30 years.

Golden Gate University Hires Leading Intellectual Property and Technology Law Professor David Franklyn

A preeminent expert on intellectual property (IP) and technology law, Franklyn becomes the university's first joint appointment between the School of Law and Ageno School of Business.

Business Analytics Project at Ad Agency Leads to Promotion & Google Award

Jeremey Bice (MBA, '17) created a risk profiler to predict customer engagement and find opportunities to improve the agency's business. and Golden Gate University Create Affordable College Degree Path

GGU becomes the newest degree granting partner for’s Working Scholars program, giving students a cost-effective and flexible option to earn a bachelor’s degree in business management.

James Woys Joins Molina Healthcare as Executive Vice President of Health Plan Services

A graduate of GGU's MBA program has taken a leadership role at Molina Healthcare, a multibillion-dollar enterprise with headquarters in Southern California.

Nashville Mayoral Election: Meet David Briley

David Briley (JD, '95) seeks to extend his long record of service to the city of Nashville.

Exchange Bank Announces Paul Yeomans as SVP for Wholesale Banking Sales

Paul Yeomans (MBA, FInance '99) continues Bay Area banking career with a new leadership position.

Pepsi Cans Attempt to Reclaim Pop Culture Glory

Who will respond best to retro soda cans? Comments from GGU's Professor Emeritus and consumer psychologist Kit Yarrow.

Technology Industry Leader Brian Lillie Named to Talend Board

With more than two decades of experience leading functionally diverse teams in the enterprise software and cloud computing technology industries, and nearly a decade serving his country as an officer in the U.S. Air Force, Mr. Lillie brings a range of expertise that will inform Talend's strategy in the cloud market.

Philanthropist Bita Daryabari Receives Honorary Doctorate and Delivers GGU Commencement Address

In gratitude for her GGU education, Daryabari established the GGU Bita Daryabari Endowed Fund for Middle Eastern Students, which supports a scholarship for graduate business students born in a Middle Eastern country, and a graduate law fellowship for lawyers who reside in a Middle Eastern country.

Windes Announces New Tax Partners

Leading Southern California tax and accounting firm appoints Christy Selogie (MS, Taxation) to a top position.

Low-Wage Workers Will Be Directly Impacted by the California Supreme Court’s Decision in Troester v. Starbucks Inc.

The Women’s Employment Rights Clinic at GGU School of Law filed an amicus brief on behalf of low-wage worker advocates, urging the Court to follow its own precedent and the clear statutory requirements in California that workers must be paid for all hours worked.

City Managers in Folsom, Rocklin to Step Down

Evert Palmer, an adjunct professor of Public Administration at GGU, is retiring from the City of Folsom that he served for 22 years — including seven years as city manager and six years as assistant city manager.