The Price Partners are leadership level volunteer ambassadors who are committed to increasing engagement and philanthropic support for the Price School and its students. They work with the Price School’s Senior Director of Development to help build relationships by serving as a crucial link between Price alumni, parents, and the school.
USC Price Parent
Jerry Anderson (Marshall BS ‘87), and his wife Christi (Dornsife BA ‘87, Suzanne Dworak-Peck MSW ‘18) have made their home for the last 22 years in Thousand Oaks and Hidden Hills, CA. They have three children, all alumni of USC (Lauren – Gould JD ‘19, Amy – Marshall MSSE ‘19, and Aaron – Price BRED ‘19). Jerry is Vice President of Leasing for the Macerich Company and has been associated with it for over 30 years.
Jerry is active in a number of non-profit organizations, including USC Athletics Board of Counselors and the Crespi Carmelite Foundation. He was a long time participant in the Oaks Christian School Fundraising Committee, the Conejo Valley YMCA, and the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. Jerry was also involved as Vice-Chair and Chair of the Price School’s now retired LEAP Program, and the USC Athletics Mentor Program. As a parent volunteer, Jerry also served for many years as a volunteer coach in youth leagues throughout the Conejo Valley.
USC Price Parent
Christina Peck and her husband of 28 years, Fred, have two children (Alexander — Price BRED ’19, and Hannah UCSD BA Global Studies ’20). Even though she herself didn’t attend USC, Christina is a Trojan at heart. She spent a lot of time attending football practices and games over the years with family members who graduated from USC and was delighted when her son gained admission to USC back in 2016.
Christina started her career in the real estate world working for Arthur Coppola, Chairman and CEO of Macerich. Christina worked for Macerich for 25 years and now works privately for Mr. Coppola and his family. Fred was in the US Navy for 8 years and has been at Sony Pictures Studios for 28 years working as on post-production sound records on films and audiovisual tech.
Upon graduating from Cal State University, Northridge, Christina was a highly engaged member of the Price School’s now retired LEAP Program. She helped fundraise at St. Anastasia School, Loyola High School, and Marymount High School while her children were students.