L.A. Coliseum Leadership Panel: Building for the Next Century
In light of the potential health concerns within our community, this event has been temporarily postponed. Refunds will be issued for all tickets purchased. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.
Learn about the recent $315 million renovation project at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum from members of the Coliseum management, general contractor and real estate management teams.
Highlighted by the new Scholarship Club Tower, the venerable stadium underwent renovations to bring it into the next century while maintaining its rich history and traditions.
Stay after the panel for a tour of the Coliseum’s new amenities and a networking reception in the exclusive President’s Suite and enjoy some light refreshments and a hosted bar.
Dan Stimmler '95, MBA '07, Vice President USC Auxiliary Services and COO, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Dan Stimmler was named vice president for auxiliary services in May of 2016, previously serving as Associate Senior Vice President of Auxiliary Services since October 2006. In this capacity, he oversees the University’s Auxiliary Services enterprise, which consists of the following operating units: USC Bookstores, USC Hospitality, USC Housing, USC Transportation and the Radisson Hotel. As of 2013, Stimmler also oversees the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, as Chief Operating Officer. Before being named Associate Senior Vice President, Stimmler served as Associate Vice President of Auxiliary Services from 2005 to 2006, and as director of the USC Bookstores from 2002 to 2005. He has worked at USC since 1992.
Laurie Stone '88, MCM '12, Associate Senior Vice President, USC Real Estate Asset Management
Laurie Stone was named associate senior vice president for real estate and asset management for USC in September of 2013. She is responsible for the oversight and management of a wide variety of real estate matters, including the acquisition and sale of university property, negotiation and management of university leases, negotiation and oversight of ground lease agreements with third-party developers, management of all tenant-occupied properties owned by the university, land use master planning and entitlements, management of the faculty-staff housing assistance programs, property tax payments, exemptions and appeals, and the management of title to certain non-real estate assets. Laurie is a double Trojan, receiving her undergraduate degree in 1988 and her MCM in 2012. She has worked at USC since 2006.
Kevin Daly, Assistant General Manager, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Kevin joined the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in 2014 after spending 17 seasons with the San Diego Chargers where he directed game operations and brand development. In his time with the Coliseum, Kevin has been instrumental in the growth of our event management team and the creation of a customer service department. He has also ushered the return of the Rams to Los Angeles and their home games at the Coliseum from 2016-2019 and has strengthened relationships with event partners and public agencies including entities in Exposition Park and law enforcement. In his role as Assistant General Manager, Kevin oversees a team responsible for events, operations, technology and field maintenance at the historic venue.
Theodora Oyie MBA '18, Founder, Mindful Integration of Construction Services
An award-winning workforce and procurement champion with more than 15 years of diversity and inclusion experience in commercial construction, Theodora Oyie has worked for general contractors, developers and as an owner representative on landmark projects throughout Southern California. As the former senior manager of community engagement, she implemented community outreach and engagement strategies and served as the project liaison to labor unions, job-seekers, prospective diverse subcontractors and vendors during the renovations of the L.A. Memorial Coliseum.
Barbara Sladeck '91, MBA '18, Assistant Vice President, USC Auxiliary Services
In her role as Assistant Vice President of USC Auxiliary Services, Barbara Sladeck oversees strategic business operations, human resources and USC housing. She was the project lead for the Coliseum concessions refresh project that ran concurrently with the stadium renovations last year. Barbara has been with the university since 2007 and previously held leadership positions in the retail, telecommunications and professional services industries . She currently serves on the USC Marshall Partners Board of Directors.
6:00pm Check-in & networking
6:30pm - 7:45pm Program and panel discussion
7:45pm - 9:00pm Networking mixer with refreshments and guided
8:00pm & 8:30pm Guided tours (please register for one tour time if you would like to participate)
PARKING: Parking is available in Lot 4 at the Coliseum. $15 per car.
GUEST TICKET FOR MP MEMBERS: Each MP member may purchase one (1) additional ticket at the member price for a guest
ATTIRE: Business Casual
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