Listee Features — September 14, 2017


Leaving behind a legacy of excellence in teaching, research and service to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the University of California-Santa Barbara (UCSB), Louise Moser has retired after 25 years. She started her career by earning a PhD in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1970, but she converted to computer networking in 1987. She began teaching programs, and joined the staff at the UCSB in 1989. Ms. Moser was proud to witness and partake in the quick growth of the computer major; it expanded from zero to 1,300 students in just two years. She now holds the distinguished title of professor emerita. ​ Some of Ms. Moser’s positions prior to joining the UCSB include

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On top of her diversified international experience, Isabelle Mathieu strongly believes that having the right attitude has made all of the difference in her successful career as a financial director. She is committed to being a reliable, valuable asset to the teams she works with, and to making sure that all of the goals of a project are met. To ensure she is always at her best, she regularly goes back to school and develops her knowledge. Ms. Mathieu attended the ESSEC Business School in France in 1979, and earned a master’s degree in international economics in 1981 and a specialization for executives in business management strategy in 1994. She proceeded to obtain an executive master of advanced studies in

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For more than 40 years, MaryLou Swift has thrived as an art dealer. Although she initially went to medical school for two years, Ms. Swift ultimately decided to pursue her passion for business and art. She proceeded to earn a Bachelor of Art from Sarah Lawrence College in 1964, and completed postgraduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania, New York University Business School, and the New York Institute of Finance, all between 1964 and 1969. Further, she is a registered stockbroker at the New York Stock Exchange and the National Association of Securities Dealers, and she was the recipient of an undergraduate fellowship from the American Museum of Natural History. ​ Since 1970, Ms. Swift has worked as a private

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