Here’s the 2006-07 M Leadership Team:
Keith Eshelman – Co-President
Keith has a Bachelors degree in Management Science from the University of California, San Diego. He is a California native who grew up just north of San Francisco, and has lived in Los Angeles for the past 4 years. His professional background includes working at Boreal Ski Resort in Lake Tahoe as a Sales and Marketing employee and working at an advertising agency, Cutler Enterprises, as an Account Executive. After working for 5 years Keith chose to get his MBA to better position himself for a brand management position with a consumer products company. Keith’s personal interests include board sports, tennis, golf, mountain biking, traveling, art, and music.
Katie Nsairy – Co-President
Katie Nsairy grew up in Nashville, TN and received her BS in Biochemistry, Cellular, and Molecular Biology. Prior to attending Pepperdine University, she worked on a heated United States Senate Race in TN as a consultant and fundraiser. Her hobbies include running, traveling, and community involvement in various organizations.
Yasmeen Hibrawi – Vice President
Yasmeen grew up in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia before she moved to the U.S. in 1999 to pursue her BA in Communications/Radio/TV/Film, with a minor in History from California State University at Fullerton. Before pursuing her MBA at Pepperdine, Yasmeen worked in marketing for a management consulting firm. Ms. Hibrawi also produced videos for the city of Irvine and the city of Newport Beach. Yasmeen’s hobbies include soccer, tennis and travelling.
Jesse Torres — VP FEMBA & University Relations
A Southern California native, Jesse is currently the Assistant Director of Alumni and Advancement for the GSBM at Pepperdine with more than 10 years of experience in alumni and donor relations.
Most recently, Jesse served as the Associate Director of Development, Grants and Communication for the Geffen Playhouse, where he oversaw all proposal writing for the Westside regional theater and played a significant role in the implementation and facilitation of their $25 million capital campaign.