2017年4月26日水曜日

南カリフォルニア大学(笑)と・・・

Oscar Munoz (born January 1959) is an American businessman. He was named president and chief executive officer (CEO) of United Airlines on September 8, 2015.[2] At the time of this appointment, Munoz had been serving as a member of the board of directors of parent company United Continental Holdings since its formation with the 2010 merger between United and Continental.[3] Munoz had been a member of Continental's board of directors since 2004.[3]
In March 2017, Munoz was named "Communicator of the Year for 2017" by PRWeek.[4] Munoz received widespread criticism for his handling of the issues after a ticketed passenger was forcibly removed from United Airlines Flight 3411.[5]
Munoz was born in January 1959,[6] the oldest of nine children in a Mexican-American family living in California, and was the first in his family to graduate from college. Munoz earned a BS in business from the University of Southern California, and an MBA from Pepperdine University.[7]
Munoz was president of CSX Corporation during 2015 and its chief operating officer from 2012 to 2015.[3][8] From 2001 to 2003, Munoz served as the chief financial officer and vice president of consumer services at AT&T.[9] Munoz had worked for Coca-Cola Co. and PepsiCo Inc..[2]

Munoz has twice been named among the "100 Most Influential Hispanics" by Hispanic Business magazine.[10] In March 2017, he was named “Communicator of the Year for 2017” by PRWeek.[11]












エフゲニア・アルマノヴナ・メドベージェワ
アルメニア人の父親と元フィギュアスケーターのロシア人の母親の間にモスクワで生まれたが、両親は離婚したため、母親の元で育てられた。
日本のアニメをモチーフにしたおもちゃが好きで、宮崎駿の映画がお気に入りである[1]。また、「セーラームーン」も好きで「2016年世界選手権」演技後のインタビューの際、インタビューしているのが日本のテレビ局と知ると「日本のファンを喜ばせたい」と述べ、同作品の主題歌・ムーンライト伝説の日本語の歌詞を朗読・披露した。さらには、2016年のドリーム・オン・アイスにて、セーラームーンのコスプレで演技を披露。原作者の武内直子とも対面を果たした[2]。フィギュアスケートアニメの「ユーリ!!! on ICE」はグランプリファイナルの会場の細かい描写を気に入っており、自身が優勝したバルセロナの会場に「もう一度戻った気がして嬉しかったです」と語っている[3]。最近はSNSへの興味がなくなったが、家族や趣味のための時間が増えたため「とても良いこと」だとしている[4]









The University of Southern California was founded following the efforts of Judge Robert M. Widney, who helped secure donations from several key figures in early Los Angeles history: a Protestant nurseryman, Ozro Childs, an Irish Catholic former-Governor, John Gately Downey, and a German Jewish banker, Isaias W. Hellman. The three donated 308 lots of land to establish the campus and provided the necessary seed money for the construction of the first buildings. Originally operated in affiliation with the Methodist Church, the school mandated from the start that "no student would be denied admission because of race." The university is no longer affiliated with any church, having severed formal ties in 1952.





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