Harvard Alumni Association

2021 Jun 12

Brunch with Baldwin

11:00am to 12:00pm

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James Baldwin in a white collared shirt tilting his head, the background sunlit greenery and roses

Please join the Harvard Club of Washington, DC for “Brunch with Baldwin,” an online event featuring Robert Reid-Pharr, Professor of Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality at Harvard University. Dr. Reid-Pharr was awarded a 2020-2021 Radcliffe Institute for...

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2021 Jun 10

Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition

6:00pm to 7:15pm

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Online

This webinar is presented by the Capital Access Hub of the Harvard Business School African-American Alumni Association.

Entrepreneurship is all about startups and having an outstanding idea for a product or service, or so we are told.The truth is there are many paths to entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition (ETA) – the process of acquiring and operating an existing operation or raising a search fund has become increasingly popular in recent years.

Please join us for a webinar featuring Harvard Business School Senior Lecturer Archie...

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2021 Jun 05

Reimagining Inclusivity

3:30pm to 5:00pm

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Online

Alumnae-i Network for Harvard Women (ANHW) are honored to welcome three talented leaders for this event.

  • Melanie Collins, Chief People Officer, Dropbox

  • Kara Helander, Managing Director, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, The Carlyle Group

  • Dr. Deborah Stroman, PhD, Entrepreneur and Leading for Racial Equity Educator at UNC Chapel Hill

The event will feature a 45-...

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2021 Jun 02

Hollywood’s $10B Problem: Increasing Black Representation

7:00pm to 8:00pm

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Online

People from BIPOC communities face a myriad of challenges in the entertainment industry, both in front of the camera and behind the scenes. From on-screen talent and actors to production crews, publicity teams, talent management, writing and film criticism, marginalized groups often remain underrepresented in all aspects of an industry that has major influence on American culture. A recent report released by McKinsey & Company confirms that, despite evidence that shows addressing these racial inequities could reap an additional $10 billion in annual revenue, efforts by the...

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