• Alumni of the Year 2015

    Alumni of the Year Award Luncheon12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

    Held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, CA
    Dean Rachel F. Moran cordially invites you to join her in honoring the UCLA School of Law 2015 Alumni of the Year Award Honorees for Professional Achievement and Public and Community Service.
    • Sandra Stern
      Professional Achievement
      Sandra Stern ’79
      Chief Operating Officer of Lionsgate Television Group
    • Linda Sanchez
      Public and Community Service
      The Honorable Linda T. Sanchez ’95
      California’s 38th Congressional District

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Honor of Recipients

Sandra Stern ‘79
Chief Operating Officer of Lionsgate Television Group

Sandra Stern is chief operating officer of the Lionsgate Television Group and works closely with the group’s chairman in running Lionsgate’s diversified television operations, which encompass more than 30 shows on over 20 different networks. One of the industry’s most visionary strategists and creative dealmakers, she has been instrumental in forging new relationships and business models that have paved the way for Lionsgate’s successes, such as the critically-acclaimed hit Orange is the New Black; the hit drama series Nashville; the iconic four-time Emmy Award winning series Mad Men; the Charlie Sheen comedy Anger Management; and the acclaimed comedy Nurse Jackie.

The Honorable Linda T. Sanchez ’95
California’s 38th Congressional District

Linda T. Sanchez has represented California’s 38th Congressional district since 2013. From 2003 - 2013, Congresswoman Sánchez represented California's 39th Congressional District, which included many of the communities she currently represents. The 38th district includes the communities of Artesia, Cerritos, East La Mirada, Hawaiian Gardens, Lakewood, La Mirada, La Palma, Los Nietos, Montebello, Norwalk, Pico Rivera, Santa Fe Springs, South El Monte and Whittier. Congresswoman Sánchez has broken many barriers in Congress, including becoming the first Latina to serve on the House Judiciary Committee. She was also the first Latina in history to serve on the House Ways and Means Committee.