UCLA Anderson School of Management

Riordan Programs Alumni Association


110 Westwood Plaza,

Cornell Hall Suite D304a,

 Los Angeles, CA 90095-1481

Mailing Address :
P.O. Box 86879
Los Angeles, CA, 90012


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The Riordan Program Alumni Association is a non-profit, volunteer based organization.

100% of all program funds go directly into funding the Saturday Business Academy in High Schools across  underserved communities. 



Diversity & Inclusion Career Expo

April 25, 2019

7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

The Diversity & Inclusion Career Expo (DICE) is one of the signature events put on by the RPAA.

 DICE caters to young professionals throughout the Los Angeles county area looking to meet recruiters from various Fortune 500 companies.

Diversity MBA Admissions Conference

August 18, 2018

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The Diversity MBA Admissions Conference (DMAC) is an annual event taking place in Los Angeles



We connect talented diverse, underrepresented and underserved candidates who wish to pursue a degree in business with Admissions Directors at top-tier business school.


All proceeds from DICE and DMAC benefit the Saturday Business Academy, 
a monthly enrichment program designed to prepare over 100 underserved
Los Angeles High School students each year with the skills and academic guidance to pursue higher education and become future business leaders.
Student Business Academy

In early 2005, with support from the Riordan Programs, the RPAA founded the Saturday Business Academy (SBA).


The SBA program addresses the needs of High School students who are primarily from low socioeconomic households with the potential and desire to go to college, but lack traditional resources critical for college admittance.




Through individual mentorship, college preparatory programming and a curriculum that instills a basic competence in financial literacy, SBA’s goal is to have 100% of its participants academically, intellectually, socially, and professionally competitive for college admittance upon completion of the program.