Wharton’s 92,000 alumni network is unparalleled in reach and impact.

Wharton students learn the language of global business, engage with global issues, and gain opportunities to study and travel abroad.

Top faculty from Wharton in Philadelphia travel to the West Coast to deliver the same curriculum.

The West Coast alumni community is active and engaged, coming together on campus often for panels, speakers, networking and workshops.

Welcome

Established in 1881 as the world’s first collegiate school of business, Wharton is consistently recognized as one of the world’s top-ranked graduate business schools, renowned for academic strengths across every major discipline and level of business education.

Wharton | San Francisco offers West Coast executives access to our innovative programs, unrivaled thought leadership, and talented pool of students and alumni.

 Upcoming Events

Digital Health CEO Summit 2015
Feb. 4, 2015
The third annual Digital Health CEO Summit will be hosted by Rock Health, Wharton | San Francisco and sponsored by Morgan Stanley. This year's summit will be another dynamic day of dicuscssions with 150 of your peers in the industry. Past participants have included the founders and CEOs of AliveCor, athenahealth, Castlight, Misfit, Oscar Health, MC10 and more. This is an invitation-only event.

Rock Health and the Explosion of the Digital Health Sector
Feb. 6, 2015
Please join us to hear Halle Tecco, the Founder and Managing Director of Rock Health, talk about the story behind one of the most remarkable success stories in the Bay Area startup scene. Rock Health is a seed fund that has turned San Francisco into the national epicenter of the digital health wave. In this Wharton Entrepreneurs Workshop tutorial, Halle will talk about the digital health ecosystem that has evolved around her organization, the importance of digital health in the healthcare arena, and some of the industry trends that Rock Health is witnessing from its unique perspective. Register HERE.

For more information about events at Wharton | San Francisco, e-mail Allison Grant