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UCLA Venture Capital Fund Selects KYTHERA Biopharmaceuticals CEO Keith Leonard for First Annual Entrepreneurial Achievement Award
Date:11/12/2013

Silicon Valley, CA (PRWEB) November 12, 2013

The UCLA Venture Capital Fund announced today that Keith Leonard, president and CEO of KYTHERA Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq:KYTH), has been presented with the 2013 UCLA Venture Capital Fund Entrepreneurial Achievement Award for his outstanding success as a UCLA-affiliated entrepreneur. The award was presented to Keith Leonard by UCLA Chancellor Gene Block and UCLA Venture Capital Fund Executive Chair Michael Silton during the Fund’s annual dinner held on November 6, 2013.

The mission of the UCLA VC Fund is to support and promote entrepreneurship at UCLA. The VC Fund mentors faculty and students, fosters the growth of UCLA companies, and connects entrepreneurs and venture capitalists with an interest in UCLA.

“UCLA is at the strongest point in its 94 year history. It is rich with intellectual prowess from its professors, possesses strong roots in entrepreneurial achievement with its alumni and greater community, and is educating the best and the brightest in its history,” said Josh Green, who received a Recognition Award for his past service as Chair of the VC Fund. “And the best part is all these forces are joining together to mentor and build a powerful entrepreneurial community committed to helping each other succeed.”

UCLA Venture Capital Fund Entrepreneurial Achievement Award
“We are so pleased to name Keith as our winner because he epitomizes what it means to be an outstanding entrepreneur and an outstanding member of the UCLA community,” said Silton. “He has successfully nurtured technology first created at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and worked closely with the UCLA faculty in continue
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