David Nazarian College of Business and Economics

  • CSUN leaders and alumni meet with special guest speaker Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis (third from left) before the Nazarian College’s event with VICA, “Extraordinary Women in Leadership,” on Nov. 19, 2019. Pictured L-R: Wendy Greuel, executive in residence fo

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CSUN Alumnus Bruce Gersh Leads Iconic People and Entertainment Weekly Brands

August 23, 2018

CSUN Alumnus Bruce Gersh Leads Iconic People and Entertainment Weekly Brands

The tornado of content from the Royal Wedding was still churning through the office of a Westwood high-rise, home to three of the most iconic brands in publishing — People, People En Español and Entertainment Weekly.

Maybe it was the Chuck Taylors on his feet, or the easy cadence of his speech that made the president of the media powerhouses, California State University, Northridge alumnus Bruce Gersh ’91 (Accounting Theory and Practice), appear calm in the storm followed Prince Harry’s and Meghan Markle’s “I dos” in May. Work was still heavy, as a flood of Royal Wedding content rushed in from across the pond. (Read More About Bruce Gersh).