Brian Dozer Named Member of the Month for March 2018

Sunday, March 25, 2018

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Brian Dozer, director of Webster University – Irvine, has been named as the Greater Irvine Chamber’s Member of the Month for March 2018.

Since joining the Chamber in 2015, Dozer has been highly involved with the Chamber, including holding leadership roles on committees. He currently serves as co-chair of the Chamber’s Business & Workforce Development Committee, and in 2016-2017 he served as co-chair of the Economic & Workforce Development Committee. Furthering his commitment to the workforce of tomorrow, he has served as a volunteer mentor for the award-winning Career Edge soft-skills program for area college students, and a facilitator for Financial Forum, a financial literacy program for Irvine middle-school students.

“When I joined Webster Irvine as director, I knew we needed to create more awareness for the university. One of my first actions was to get involved with the Greater Irvine Chamber of Commerce. Through our membership we have been able to raise the university’s profile and our representatives have met countless professionals and have formed incredible partnerships,” Dozer said.

Webster University – Irvine, a member of the Greater Irvine Chamber since 1990, is a private, nonprofit, regionally accredited university that focuses on educating adult learners, with a personalized approach to education through small classes, close relationships with faculty and staff, and attention to student life. Webster University started in 1915 in St. Louis, MO and has been educating in Orange County since 1978. Webster Irvine is one of over 60 campuses in Webster’s global footprint of eight countries on four continents. The Irvine campus offers four master’s programs (M.B.A., management & leadership, human resources management, and cybersecurity) and one bachelor program in management. The M.S. in cybersecurity is the only on-ground program of its kind in Orange County. Webster University – Irvine has a diverse population, with students from over 12 countries attending locally and over 125 at our campuses around the globe.

Congratulations, Brian Dozer!

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