Another Top Southern Cal Official Departs Amid Allegations

October 12, 2017

The high level departures continue at the University of Southern California. David Carrera, a university vice president who played a key role in fund-raising efforts, has left his position as allegations amid complaints from women that he treated them in discriminatory and harassing ways, The Los Angeles Times reported. The article said: "In interviews with investigators, some employees alleged that Carrera questioned women who worked under him in USC’s fundraising operation about their dating habits and volunteered information about his sex life, the sources said. Those employees also said that Carrera made comments about the desirability of female co-workers and women he encountered at donor fundraising events, the sources said."

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