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Neal J. Anderberg, MBA

Antioch University Los Angeles

A native Angeleno, Neal Anderberg is a tireless advocate for an educated and efficient non-profit sector, a socially-conscious private sector, and a public sector that empowers strategic social service delivery. This cross-sector perspective is why, upon graduation from the Olin School at Washington University in St. Louis, he developed a consulting practice specifically serving social-benefit organizations, guiding nonprofit executives and their boards of directors through rebranding efforts in order to develop new marketing strategies and leverage organizational partnerships. He later pursued a fellowship in public affairs from CORO Southern California, as well as an M.B.A. from Mount Saint Mary’s University, with a focus in nonprofit management. He has worked for several nonprofit organizations, managed a campaign for state office, and served three terms on his local neighborhood council in the City of Los Angeles. Maintaining this commitment to social change at the local level, Neal is actively involved with several organizations serving the homeless, developing educational content around the issue, chairing multiple committees and coordinating immersive community service experiences. He also currently serves on the faculty at his local alma mater, teaching a range of business classes from Corporate Ethics to Advertising to Organizational Behavior and a variety of unique electives. Having found a passion in the classroom, he’s excited about the potential impact that well-rounded and well-versed students can have when they graduate charged with a social responsibility

Educational History

B.S.B.A., Marketing and Visual Communications
Washington University in St. Louis

M.B.A., Nonprofit Management
Mount Saint Mary’s University

Outstanding Instructor in Business Administration, May 2016
Mount Saint Mary’s University

Adjunct Faculty,

Liberal Studies

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Courses Taught

The Business of Social Change (BUS-3250)

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