Traveler, teacher, matriarch, social activist, survivor—nonagenarian Harriett Beu Hankins came home to UCSB and found a wealth of new educational opportunities.
Shelley Iocona ’98 found computer science “intriguing yet intimidating.” Then she turned the industry on its axis.
From Procter & Gamble to Clorox to Peet’s Coffee, master marketer Eric Lauterbach BA ’89 advises business professionals to listen to strangers, do the math, and create the space to try and to fail.
Turning his family business into a social enterprise, Erin Fish, B.A. ’98 wants to insure the future of the planet.