Senior Executives Devise Ways to Give Back

At Cafe Madrid in downtown DC on a Thursday lunchtime in June, twelve alums, led by Councilor Henry Smith, gathered to discuss the next steps for the HKS DC Alumni Council's new and exciting start-up initiative "DC Kennedy School Alumni of Senior Executives"(K.A.S.E). The group discussed and made decisions to move the initiative forward, in order to fulfil its goals of: Providing pro-bono consulting to Save the Children; Developing a plan with AARP to create new professional opportunities for senior alumni; Planning Fall luncheon panels featuring our own alumni experts. The Council is excited about this new effort, which will enable alumni to lend their years of expertise to pro bono project

Senior Executives Devise Ways to Give Back

At Cafe Madrid in downtown DC on a Thursday lunchtime in June, twelve alums, led by Councilor Henry Smith, gathered to discuss the next steps for the HKS DC Alumni Council's new and exciting start-up initiative "DC Kennedy School Alumni of Senior Executives"(K.A.S.E). The group discussed and made decisions to move the initiative forward, in order to fulfil its goals of: Providing pro-bono consulting to Save the Children; Developing a plan with AARP to create new professional opportunities for senior alumni; Planning Fall luncheon panels featuring our own alumni experts. The Council is excited about this new effort, which will enable alumni to lend their years of expertise to pro bono project

Black America in the Era of Trump

On a beautiful summer's evening in downtown DC, over sixty HKS alums descended on the Public Contracting Institute to listen to a panel on 'Black America in the Era of Donald Trump', moderated by HKS professor Leah Wright Rigueur, with panelists Heather Foster, Ashley Bell and Darren Sands. The event was the latest installment of Harvard Kennedy School's Race and American Politics Series, running since Fall 2015 - but brought to the nation's capital by the HKS DC Alumni Council and the team at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation. ​​ Ashley Bell was elected a Democrat County Commissioner in Georgia and President of the College Democrats of America before switching to the R

Black America in the Era of Trump

On a beautiful summer's evening in downtown DC, over sixty HKS alums descended on the Public Contracting Institute to listen to a panel on 'Black America in the Era of Donald Trump', moderated by HKS professor Leah Wright Rigueur, with panelists Heather Foster, Ashley Bell and Darren Sands. The event was the latest installment of Harvard Kennedy School's Race and American Politics Series, running since Fall 2015 - but brought to the nation's capital by the HKS DC Alumni Council and the team at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation. ​​ Ashley Bell was elected a Democrat County Commissioner in Georgia and President of the College Democrats of America before switching to the R

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