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2012 Alumni Awardees
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2012 Alumni Awardees

Bruce Braden Amicus Award Bruce Braden (MBA 73) cannot explain how he got himself into a position to make a $2 million commitment to support GGU’s School of Taxation, soon to be renamed the Bruce F. Braden School of Taxation. “If I knew that, I’d probably write a book about […]

All in the Family: An Alum uses his finance degree to help his family’s restaurant succeed
Alumni

All in the Family: An Alum uses his finance degree to help his family’s restaurant succeed

Gary Tsang (BBA 10, MS 11), who has a background in technology and finance, never imagined he would work at a restaurant because the industry was like foreign territory. Yet he’s been the controller of the family business, Restaurant Peony, for nearly two decades. “One day [my dad] asked me […]

Pass the Buckwheat: How an entrepreneur drove a healthy food truck into the heart of SOMA
Alumni

Pass the Buckwheat: How an entrepreneur drove a healthy food truck into the heart of SOMA

Following an economics degree in Turkey, Zeynep (“Z”) Aynaci (MS 02) came to GGU to study e-commerce in 2001 when it was still a burgeoning field, and GGU was the only school on the West Coast to offer such a degree. She received a comprehensive education in the subject from […]

Alumna Gives $1 Million to Support Middle Eastern Students
Alumni

Alumna Gives $1 Million to Support Middle Eastern Students

Bita Daryabari’s gift will advance the educational opportunities for Middle Eastern students pursuing degrees in business and law Golden Gate University is proud to announce a $1 million gift from human rights advocate and philanthropist Bita Daryabari (MS 96) to create the Bita Daryabari Endowed Fund for Middle Eastern Students. […]

A.J. Johnson (MBA 70); Mary Canning, dean, schools of taxation and accounting.
Events

105th Accounting Anniversary Gala

Last December Dean Mary Canning hosted an outstanding “Hollywood Style” 105th Anniversary Gala honoring beloved former Dean  A.J. Johnson. The GGU center was at capacity and the program demonstrated that GGU has style as well as substance.