A Conversation with Paula Daniels: Lessons Learned

On Tuesday, November 17 the Bedrosian Center welcomed the Executive Director of California Central, Paula Daniels for our third Lunch with a Leader event of the semester. Daniels has worked extensively on sustainability policy, holding important positions in both the nonprofit and public sector. She started her environmental work volunteering with Heal the Bay, where…

Lunch with a Leader: GLORIA MOLINA

Lunch with a Leader provides students, faculty, and members of the public the opportunity to hear ideas from local, state, and national leaders, share their own ideas, and gain inspiration for effective governance in a more intimate and informal setting. Join us as we hear from one of LA’s groundbreaking and iconic leaders, Gloria Molina, former LA…

Worst in Governance – Sony

December 2014 Worst in Governance
The end of the year is usually a prosperous and celebratory time for Hollywood. That’s when studios unveil eagerly awaited blockbusters and critically acclaimed movies. Millions flock to theaters during holiday season. But this year, box-office receipts and award nominations took a backseat to the darker story of a cyber attack at Sony and its tumultuous fallout.

Bedrosian Center signs MOU with League of California Cities Latino Caucus

Originally published on the USC Price Website June 13, 2014 From Price staff reports The USC Bedrosian Center on Governance and the Public Enterprise – housed at the Price School of Public Policy – on June 12 signed a memorandum of understanding with the League of California Cities Latino Caucus to establish an executive education…

MOU with League of California Cities Latino Caucus

The USC Bedrosian Center on Governance and the Public Enterprise – housed at the Price School of Public Policy – on June 12 signed a memorandum of understanding with the League of California Cities Latino Caucus to establish an executive education program in public policy and administration. The program will feature policy workshops that provide…

Michael Govan and the Art of Change

Michael Govan may hesitate to call himself a good leader, but his record speaks for itself. Since Govan first took the reins at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), he’s seen yearly attendance numbers double at the once-sleepy institution, increased its profile through a series of bold programming decisions, and begun planning for…