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Pandelis and PJ Chryssostomides C’05, have an established tax and wealth management practice in Southern California.
PJ is the director of development for Chryssostomides Financial Services. He works with high-net worth clients to minimize their net tax liability and plan for multi-generational wealth transfer. PJ lived for 4 years in Zambia with his wife Rachel prior to returning to San Diego to start their family. PJ received a BA in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania with a minor in Economics, where he also competed as a Varsity Oarsman on the Men’s Heavy Weight Rowing Team. PJ attended the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park New York, and received his Master’s of Management in Hospitality from Cornell.
Pandelis is the President of Chryssostomides Financial Services. A life-long learner, Pandelis has over 45 years of experience in complex tax and audit work. His focus is advanced tax planning and representation of clients before the IRS. Pandelis is an avid tennis fan, and was instrumental in bringing AYSO soccer to the high desert of Southern California. Pandelis holds a Masters in Taxation from Golden Gate University, a Masters of Financial Services from the American College and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.
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Moderated by Meesh Pierce, W'93, WG'98.
Start time: 12:00 p.m. PDT
End time: 01:15 p.m. PDT
Venue: Online event
Marketing Mondays is a tri-weekly group for Wharton alumni working in marketing. In each one-hour Zoom meeting, we will discuss the current issues we are facing in marketing and help each other access the resources and connections we need to be successful.
Marketing Mondays is led by Dan Smith W ’86 and UCLA MBA ’90.
We will email the Zoom link to attendees the morning of the event.
Wharton So Cal members: FREE
Wharton E-Circle meeting 1/28 6:30pm PST
The 2020’s started out with a crazy thing called Covid. What will history say about this time period? Certainly, history will report that Covid-19 changed the way the world works, the way we think about inter-connections, and the way we connect with each other. Despite these changes, some things remain the same. We still need relationships and we still need to connect. Join us on Wednesday evening, October 21, 2020 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm as we explore the brave new world of networking and building relationships in a virtual world.
This event is exclusively for the alumni of the fifteen
Business Schools that comprise the OCMBA, and their guests.
Questions about the event? Contact one of the hosting OCMBA liaisons:
Anthony Agoni (Columbia – CBS) at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Karen Hernandez (Harvard – HBS) at email@example.com or
Jerry Hartanto (Michigan – Ross) at firstname.lastname@example.org
OCMBA is a network of the Orange County / So Cal alumni chapters of fifteen leading Business Schools.
Learn more at www.OCMBA.com or join the OCMBA LinkedIn group if you graduated from one of the participating Business Schools.
Wharton C-Circle meeting 10/28 Noon PDT