Two University Regents will lead 110 alumni and community leaders as the Campaign for Pepperdine goes public on May 14.
George Pepperdine College alumna Marylyn M. Warren (’58) and former ambassador to Jamaica Glen A. Holden have been named the campaign’s cochairs, representing volunteer ambassadors in support of the largest campaign in Pepperdine’s 75-year history.
Warren, retired senior vice president of eHarmony.com and former vice president for financial development at the Huntington Library, has also worked in public relations and special events for the Los Angeles Music Center. Her husband and Pepperdine College sweetheart Neil Clark Warren (’56) founded eHarmony.com, one of the country’s most popular relationship websites.
Holden, founder and CEO of The Holden Group, an insurance holding corporation, is active with the Los Angeles World Affairs Council, the Music Center of Los Angeles, and the Council of American Ambassadors. He and his wife Gloria are the generous benefactors to Pepperdine student scholarships and namesakes of the University’s educational center in Argentina.