Happy Hour at The Hamilton

Over 40 HKS alumni, students, staff and friends descended on The Loft Bar at The Hamilton, just across the street from the Careers Night at the National Press Club. After a lively, engaging and busy evening meeting current students and fellow alumni, a quick drink and informal catch up was very welcome. Thanks to Emilian and the administrators of the HKS in DC Facebook Group for organizing this event.

Happy Hour at The Hamilton

Over 40 HKS alumni, students, staff and friends descended on The Loft Bar at The Hamilton, just across the street from the Careers Night at the National Press Club. After a lively, engaging and busy evening meeting current students and fellow alumni, a quick drink and informal catch up was very welcome. Thanks to Emilian and the administrators of the HKS in DC Facebook Group for organizing this event.

Alumni Council at HKS Careers Night

Over 300 Kennedy School students, alumni, HKS staff, Councilors, speakers, employers and guests attended the 27th Annual Career Networking Event on January 19th at the National Press Club. The Council and OCA (Office of Career Advancement at HKS) helped visiting students network with alumni and employers to pursue career opportunities in public service. Over 45 alumni and friends attended a special panel on careers in DC, hosted by the Alumni Council and moderated by Wendy Pangburn (Chair of the HKS Alumni Board of Directors) with panelists Lisa-Joy Zgorski, Paige Ennis (Atlantic Council), Charlie Ingersoll (Korn Ferry), Julian Ha (Heidrick & Struggles) and Lily Whiteman (Federal Career Coac

Alumni Council at HKS Careers Night

Over 300 Kennedy School students, alumni, HKS staff, Councilors, speakers, employers and guests attended the 27th Annual Career Networking Event on January 19th at the National Press Club. The Council and OCA (Office of Career Advancement at HKS) helped visiting students network with alumni and employers to pursue career opportunities in public service. Over 45 alumni and friends attended a special panel on careers in DC, hosted by the Alumni Council and moderated by Wendy Pangburn (Chair of the HKS Alumni Board of Directors) with panelists Lisa-Joy Zgorski, Paige Ennis (Atlantic Council), Charlie Ingersoll (Korn Ferry), Julian Ha (Heidrick & Struggles) and Lily Whiteman (Federal Career Coac

Behavioral Insights Impress

On Thursday, January 14, over 60 HKS alums and guests gathered in downtown DC for breakfast and to learn how insights from the behavioral sciences are creating more effective public policies. The audience included MPP, MPA, and EE alumni from the last four decades! DC Alumni Council President Steve Powell introduced HKS Professor Brigette Madrian, the featured speaker who heads a new Executive Education program on behavioral insights and public policy. An economist, Dr. Madrian's current research focuses on behavioral economics with a focus on household finance and health. Dr. Madrian and other HKS faculty members are exploring how social sciences like economics and psychology drive individu

Behavioral Insights Impress

On Thursday, January 14, over 60 HKS alums and guests gathered in downtown DC for breakfast and to learn how insights from the behavioral sciences are creating more effective public policies. The audience included MPP, MPA, and EE alumni from the last four decades! DC Alumni Council President Steve Powell introduced HKS Professor Brigette Madrian, the featured speaker who heads a new Executive Education program on behavioral insights and public policy. An economist, Dr. Madrian's current research focuses on behavioral economics with a focus on household finance and health. Dr. Madrian and other HKS faculty members are exploring how social sciences like economics and psychology drive individu

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