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Richard Drobnick
Director, IBEAR MBA Program and Assistant Dean, International Outreach

Fatemeh Ibrahimi Nazarian
Academic Director

Pankaj Bhushan
Associate Director, IBEAR Outreach

Ivonne Castillo
Assistant Director, Student Services

Suzette Furbeyre
Director of Operations & Services

Diana Kurdian
Assistant Director

Onma Lwin
Associate Director, IBEAR Career Resource Center

Fujiko Terayama
Director, Admissions & Alumni Relations

Marshall School of Business
837 Downey Way, STO 300
Los Angeles, CA 90089-2631

213 740 7140 - admissions - general


Joyce Chao
Unit 1422, Level 14, China World Office 1
1 Jianguomenwai Avenue, Chaoyang District
Beijing 100004, PRC
Tel: +86-10-6535-0328


Paulo Rodriguez
Director, USC Brazil
University of Southern California
Global Initiatives
Rua Ramos Batista, 444, 2° andar – Vila Olímpia
04552-020 – São Paulo, SP – Brazil
tel +5511-3049-7973 cel +5511-9.4222-4221


Wenting Wu
Associate Director, USC Shanghai
Suite 2704, Chong Hing Finance Centre
288 Nanjing Road West
Shanghai 200003
Tel: (86-21) 6137-5380
Fax: (86-21) 6137-5389


Kamaldeep Chadha, Director
University of Southern California
c/o Tata Consultancy Services Ltd.
Air India Building, 11th Floor
Nariman Point, Churchgate
Mumbai - 400 021
Tel: 91 (0) 22 6580 8078

Hong Kong

Susan Madon, Director
Suite 1305 Central Building
1–3 Pedder Street, Central, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2501-0108
Fax: (852) 2501-5763


Steven Lee, Director
Hana Bank/HSBC Bldg., 16th Floor
Euljiro 2 Ga, 9-10, Jung-gu
Seoul, 100-192, Korea
Tel: (82)(2) 773-0502
Fax: (82)(2) 773-0503


Angela McCracken, Director
USC Mexico
University of Southern California
Prado Sur 140, Piso 2
Colonia Lomas de Chapultepec
C.P. 11000, Mexico, D.F., Mexico
Tel: (011 52 55) 5202-8822
Fax: (011 52 55) 5202-7781


Pei-Hsuan Chu, Director
7C03, 5 Hsinyi Rd., Sec. 5
Taipei 110, Taiwan
Tel: (886-2) 8789-5679
Fax: (886-2) 8780-6289

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Go Sato joined Hitachi Chemical in 1965. He honed his international savvy by working first in New York and then Singapore. Once in Asia, he had a difficult time adapting Japanese management models to local companies. So he eventually attended the USC Marshall School of Business IBEAR program to learn how to build a hybrid management model that would be applicable to any country in the world.