California MBA Dreamin'

Interested in a B-school degree from UCLA? Linda Baldwin, director of MBA admissions, talks about what it takes to make the grade

In her 19 years at UCLA Anderson School of Management, Linda Baldwin has seen many things change, from the types of students who come to Anderson to her role at the school. She originally signed on to implement a diversity-focused nonprofit effort, but was later named senior associate director of MBA admissions. In 1991, Baldwin became director of MBA admissions. Before coming to Anderson, she got her master's degree in education from UCLA.

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