Reed Upson is a 4+1 BA to MBA student in the School of Business and Leadership. He graduated in May of 2012 with a major in Business Administration, emphasis in finance, and a minor in leadership. Reed is also an extraordinary student athlete: He wears number 9 for Dominican’s NCAA Division II lacrosse team. While at Dominican, Reed played lacrosse and worked part-time as a financial analyst for Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide, one of the largest public relations companies in the world.
Rajeev Sooreea is an inspiring new professor at the School of Business and Leadership. In this interview, he talks about his impressive academic background, his teaching philosophy, his love of teaching, and his research interests (for example, he's been recently invited to present at an international Conference in Vietnam in 2012). Most important, he discusses the value of teaching and studying International Business in today's globalized world, and answers questions about the financial crisis in the United States and the Greek debt crisis in Europe.
Heidi Garcia is a student in Dominican’s . Prior to attending Dominican she has worked within different industries: She was a purchasing agent at Robert Mondavi Winery for 10 years; she worked for an organization that specialized in greeting cards; and she now works for Agilent Technologies, a high-tech, global business-to-business organization headquartered in Santa Clara, California.
Heidi offers valuable advice to incoming MBA students.
Dr. Denise Lucy, founder and Executive Director of the at Dominican University of California, was inducted into the Marin Women’s Hall of Fame on March 19, 2011.
Denise is a professor in the School of Business and Leadership, an entrepreneur, and an inspiration to her students and fellow faculty members.
Her philosophy is simple: Education is the great equalizer in society.
Leadership Program emboldens alum to write a book
Dominican’s “The Making of Leaders” Leadership Certificate Program has made a big impression with Barbara Otis. Following her experience she was inspired to write a book – 101 Ways to Lose a Great Employee: A Manager’s Guide to Saying and Doing the Right Thing – that is getting five-star reviews on Amazon.com this holiday season.