Alumni & Networking
The UCLA Fielding School of Public Health is at the center of an extensive network of colleagues, alumni, and friends who work in all aspects of healthcare in California, the country, and across the globe. This network forms an important resource for both students and alumni. The classroom uses case studies, field projects, guest lectures, and mentorships to expose students to the diversity of healthcare endeavors - public and private, for profit and not for profit, community-based and entrepreneurial, direct service delivery, cutting-edge technology - that make up Southern California's dynamic healthcare marketplace.
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Honoring Gayle & Michael Galper and raising funds for the boys at Hathaway-Sycamores’ El Nido Campus
Mike Galper was honored the evening of Saturday, October 7, 2017 at the Los Angeles Zoo. Mike and Gayle received the Celebrating Children award from Hathaway Sycamores Child and Family Services for their incredible commitment to at-risk youth here in Los Angeles.
In addition to Mike’s work at UCLA and PwC, Mike is also a long-standing Board member of Hathaway-Sycamores. The proceeds from the event were used to fund programming at our residential boys campus in the foothills of Altadena. We have 60 of the hardest to place foster youth in the state – all boys, ages 5-18 who are in need of enrichment programming, sports activities and new bedroom furniture. Mike and Gayle are incredibly grateful to have your support.
Kaiser Permanente South Bay Medical Center CAO, Ozzie Martinez – Hispanic Executive Magazine
Ozzie Martinez has been recognized in the July-August edition of National Magazine, Hispanic Executive (HE). HE highlights business’s most influential Latinos, driving the community’s economic, political, and social power. HE is the leading print publication profiling Latino leaders and showcasing one of our own Kaiser Permanente leaders; in line with KP’s commitment and focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Click here for the full article.
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"It’s mid-June, and we have just graduated another fantastic Executive MPH cohort – the Class of 2018! The group was 22 strong, and we’ve been witness to a variety of very strong field projects that were presented in the fall, great business plans this winter, and an amazing capstone spring quarter including bringing 6 students to FUDEM Vision Clinic in El Salvador and another 8 students travelled to the 71st World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland...." Click here for the full newsletter