"I Felt Supported and Valued"
Kristin O’Neal (’07, B.S. business administration) gives back to SDSU because her experience at the university enabled her to be in a position to give. A proud alumna of the Fowler College of Business, O’Neal is a successful independent financial advisor. She attributes her success not only to her education but also to feeling supported and valued by the SDSU community as a student—and through her strong alumni network today. O’Neal is paying it forward with a generous planned gift, which she envisions will provide students with the career preparedness resources they need throughout their academic career. What a wonderful gift to give.
Involved and Inspired
Part of Something Greater
Alan Dulgeroff (‘92, electrical engineering; ‘18, masters of engineering) credits much of his professional success to mentors who guided his education and career. They helped him gain real-world experience to solve real-world problems. That’s why his two greatest passions are education and giving back to the community. He supports SDSU students as a mentor and through donations like his gift to establish the Alan M. Dulgeroff Engineering, Mentoring and Collaboration Connection (E=MC2) in the Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex. As he helps the university realize its research mission, Dulgeroff is also ensuring that SDSU will continue providing a high-quality education grounded in the workforce needs of the greater San Diego community.