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Cambridge Judge Business School is delighted to share the news that US and Taiwan-based alumnus Harry Tsao (MBA 1994) and his wife Carol Chen have made a generous £2.0 million donation to support the Business School's Simon Sainsbury Centre, situated at the back of the Old Addenbrooke's building.
How our alumni have made an impact on the Simon Sainsbury Centre, Cambridge Judge Business School. For the first time ever, in 2017, we asked our global alumni community to consider supporting a major fundraising project to help us raise the remaining £15 million in philanthropy to support our new £32 million building, the Simon Sainsbury Centre, by naming spaces, lecture theatre seats or making a general donation. We have been excited by the remarkable outpouring of support and enthusiasm shown by our alumni and others to name seats in the new lecture theatres. This project has enabled alumni from over 30 countries around the world to play a part in this transformative milestone in the history of Cambridge Judge Business School. View a video message from Donnell Roy, Director of External Engagement Below are a selection of the stories which recount the inspiration behind the wonderful support Cambridge Judge alumni have provided. Miguel Angel Aguayo Negrete (Cambridge MBA 2012) "One of the main reasons that I decided to study for my MBA in Cambridge was to be part of history. Now I am writing the most interesting storylines of my life – the MBA made it possible for me to work in Europe…
Alumnus of the first Cambridge Judge Business School MBA class, Fadi Boustany, contributes to the new Simon Sainsbury Centre building at the Business School. Cambridge Judge Business School is delighted to announce that one of our own, Mr Fadi Boustany and his family, have generously given to support the development of the new Business School building expansion, the Simon Sainsbury Centre. A new lecture theatre in the building, the Fadi Boustany Lecture Theatre, has been named in his honour. Fadi was one of the pioneers who comprised the very first Cambridge MBA cohort in 1991, back when the idea of establishing a world-leading business school in the heart of the ancient University of Cambridge was still a novel idea. He and his class of 19 students adventurously joined the new programme because, as he said: “I was convinced that the University of Cambridge would exceed expectations through the creation of a business school.” That was in 1991, and now, 27 years later, Cambridge Judge Business School has around 9,000 global alumni, multiple degree programmes, and vibrant Executive Education programmes. The new Simon Sainsbury Centre, which opened to students and Executive Education delegates in January, is central to the further transformation…