Kendall Mau graduated from CAL in 1968 with a BA in French and Spanish and spent his junior year at CAL's Education Abroad Program at the University of Madrid. He later earned master and doctorate degrees in Business Administration. A former Peace Corps Volunteer in Panama and Senegal, he has spent most of his career working overseas in international finance and micro-credit lending in South America, Africa, the Balkans, and Central Asia. He is currently Board Chair and CEO of Prisma Microfinance, Inc. He was the recipient of U.S. Presidential Voluntary Service Awards in 2007 and 2008.
Bev Meyer was born and raised in the U.S., but has lived and worked in Europe for many years. She has recently returned to California and is working to extend the International Festival of Tolerance: Learning, Sharing, and Understanding through the Arts program she has organized in Terezin (Czech Republic) since 1998. She is also working to develop other arts education and human rights projects, both in LA and internationally. Bev holds a Bachelor’s degree in English (ΦΒΚ) from Cal and a Master’s degree in Theatre from the University of Texas at Austin.