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CSULB’s Recent Alumni Mixer at Mesa Restaurant and Lounge

Beach Mixer

Network with fellow graduates and professionals at Mesa, a hip lounge located in “the Camp” alternative shopping center. Not only will you have the opportunity to meet new people and mingle, you will also be able to connect with Distinguished Alumni who live or work in Los Angeles and Orange County. Distinguished Alumni are seasoned leaders who received the Alumni Association's highest recognition for their professional and community accomplishments. They are excited to share their tips for success and other helpful advice. Get ready for a fun and productive evening!

Mixer Ticket Includes:

Complimentary Gourmet Appetizers
Self-parking or $3 Valet Parking
No Host Bar
Bring your business cards to be entered to win great Beach Prizes!

To secure a spot, make sure you pre-register online or via telephone by March 3 at noon. We will not be accepting payment at the door.

The Recent Alumni Network is specifically designed for graduates within the past 5 years. The purpose of the network is to keep you connected to fellow alumni and CSULB while setting the foundation for our lifetime bond. Your relationship with the Beach does not end after graduation- instead, it is the beginning of a new chapter.




Event General Information

Dates & Time

Thursday, March 6
6 - 8 p.m.

Mesa Restaurant and Lounge
725 Baker Street,
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

More Information
Please contact Ilana Tel-Oren at 562.985.5880 or by email at for questions or to RSVP.




Alumni Association Members (Limit 2) $15
Non-Members $20

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Meet the Distinguished Alumni

Dr. Bill Bennett, ‘61
BA Political Science, Religious Studies
Sharlene Goodman, ‘73, ‘75
BA, MA Communicative Disorders
President and Owner,
Newport Language and Speech Centers (ret.)
Dr. John Hernandez, ‘92
MS Counseling
Vice President,
Student Services,
Santiago Canyon College
Dr. Ruben Ingram, ‘55
BA Elementary Education
President and CEO, Ingram-Mata Global, Inc.
Carson Lev, ‘80
BS Industrial Design
President and CEO
Redphin Productions
Dr. Steve Molina, ‘79
BA Recreation and Leisure
Workman Molina LLC
Bob Spidell, ‘65, ‘08
BA Economics, Doctor of Humane Letters
Publisher, Spidell Publishing (ret.)
Susumu Yokoyama, ‘72, ‘77
BA Political Science, MPA Health Care Administration
Chief Operating Officer,
Rancho Los Amigos
National Rehabilitation
Center (ret.)