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Beta Gamma Sigma Inducts New Members
Thursday, May. 30, 2013
Santa Clara University’s Beta Gamma Sigma chapter held its annual inductee ceremony at the beginning of May. This year, Santa Clara adds 65 undergraduate and 30 graduate students to this international honor society for business programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
This year’s honorary inductee is Chris Cabrera, founder, president and CEO of Xactly, creator of automated sales compensation products. With more than two decades of senior management experience, Cabrera is a recognized industry expert in sales performance management and compensation and was named the 2011 “Alumni Entrepreneur of the Year” by the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the University of Southern California (USC) Marshall School of Business. Cabrera holds a B.S. in business administration with an emphasis in entrepreneurship from USC and an MBA from Santa Clara University. He is also on the advisory board for Santa Clara’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE).
Part of Beta Gamma Sigma’s mission is to foster personal and professional excellence, as well as encourage and honor academic achievement in the study of business. Induction into Beta Gamma Sigma is offered to the top 10% of undergraduate rising juniors and seniors, as well as the top 20% of the graduating class of graduate students at each university or college. Inductees become lifelong members and receive a variety of benefits. This year Beta Gamma Sigma celebrates its 100th year anniversary. Santa Clara University became a chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma in 1955.
This year’s SCU chapter inductees include:
This post was updated on May 31, 2013 to reflect previously incomplete material.