Equality in the balance

Harvard Kennedy School Professor Iris Bohnet visited the Nation's Capital to promote and discuss her new book, '"What Works: Gender Equality by Design." Iris Bohnet is Professor of Public Policy and the director of the Women and Public Policy Program at HKS. She is also the co-chair of the Behavioral Insights Group (BIG) at the Center for Public Leadership at HKS, an associate director of the Harvard Decision Science Laboratory and the faculty chair of the executive program Global Leadership and Public Policy for the 21st Century for the World Economic Forums Young Global Leaders. Alumni caught the Professor on Saturday, March 12, 6-7:30pm at Politics & Prose, 5015 Connecticut Ave NW and aga

Equality in the balance

Harvard Kennedy School Professor Iris Bohnet visited the Nation's Capital to promote and discuss her new book, '"What Works: Gender Equality by Design." Iris Bohnet is Professor of Public Policy and the director of the Women and Public Policy Program at HKS. She is also the co-chair of the Behavioral Insights Group (BIG) at the Center for Public Leadership at HKS, an associate director of the Harvard Decision Science Laboratory and the faculty chair of the executive program Global Leadership and Public Policy for the 21st Century for the World Economic Forums Young Global Leaders. Alumni caught the Professor on Saturday, March 12, 6-7:30pm at Politics & Prose, 5015 Connecticut Ave NW and aga

Kennedy Centered - HKS at the Kennedy Center

Harvard Kennedy School alums enjoyed an evening of great music and networking at the Kennedy Center on Saturday, March 12th. Washington National Opera musicians Michelle Kim (violin), Igor Zubkovsky (cello) and David Jones (clarinet) joined Russian pianist Irinia Koulikova and Maryam Dimparast Malone playing the tar, a stringed instrument native to her home country of Azerbaijan. Performing on the Millennium Stage, this group played pieces by Brahms, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff as well as a Heifetz violin transcription of Gershwin’s “It Ain’t Necessarily So” and traditional Azerbaijani folk music. Afterwards, some of the musicians joined HKS alums upstairs at the Terrace Restaurant and Bar

Kennedy Centered - HKS at the Kennedy Center

Harvard Kennedy School alums enjoyed an evening of great music and networking at the Kennedy Center on Saturday, March 12th. Washington National Opera musicians Michelle Kim (violin), Igor Zubkovsky (cello) and David Jones (clarinet) joined Russian pianist Irinia Koulikova and Maryam Dimparast Malone playing the tar, a stringed instrument native to her home country of Azerbaijan. Performing on the Millennium Stage, this group played pieces by Brahms, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff as well as a Heifetz violin transcription of Gershwin’s “It Ain’t Necessarily So” and traditional Azerbaijani folk music. Afterwards, some of the musicians joined HKS alums upstairs at the Terrace Restaurant and Bar

Adaptive Leadership Reception sells out

Over 80 HKS alumni, friends and affiliates got on the dance floor at the inaugural Adaptive Leadership networking reception. The reception was hosted by the HKS DC Council with the HKS Adaptive Leadership SIG and was hosted at the Embassy of Republic of Croatia. Councilor Ruma Samdani hosted the evening with Mario Škunca Deputy Chief of Mission at the embassy, both are MC-MPA 2012.Michael Koehler of the Adaptive Leadership SIG gave an update on the October conference hosted in Cambridge, MA and the recent work. Ambassador Joško Paro welcomed the guests and won the audience over with his remarks. The alumni connected over their experiences, with a desire to reconnect with the adaptive leaders

Adaptive Leadership Reception sells out

Over 80 HKS alumni, friends and affiliates got on the dance floor at the inaugural Adaptive Leadership networking reception. The reception was hosted by the HKS DC Council with the HKS Adaptive Leadership SIG and was hosted at the Embassy of Republic of Croatia. Councilor Ruma Samdani hosted the evening with Mario Škunca Deputy Chief of Mission at the embassy, both are MC-MPA 2012.Michael Koehler of the Adaptive Leadership SIG gave an update on the October conference hosted in Cambridge, MA and the recent work. Ambassador Joško Paro welcomed the guests and won the audience over with his remarks. The alumni connected over their experiences, with a desire to reconnect with the adaptive leaders

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