Class Act: CSUN Business School to be Named After David Nazarian

April 10, 2014
Written by: sbe Editor
 

We are a lucky team here at sbe. We have trend-setters, innovators, and visionaries to learn from and look up to within our sbe family, and we don’t take this for granted.

One such visionary, sbe Board Member David Nazarian (our CEO Sam Nazarian’s older brother), recently donated $10 million dollars to fund programs with the California State Northridge (CSUN) business school. David’s genuine passion and love for the CSUN institution, along with this contribution, has inspired the Business School to be renamed after him. A humble, kind, and (obviously) generous man – his eye isn’t on the building, but rather the education that fills the building. With a focus on expanding the current business school curriculum of CSUN, David’s goal is to bring in more professors, host speakers from the private & public sectors, establish partnerships with sister schools, offer travel abroad programs, and create systems (both technology and partnership based) to establish the workforce of the future.

Is it too late for us to enroll?

Read more of David Nazarian’s Q&A on Los Angeles Magazine.