News, notes, and special events
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Pamela Joyner
Reframing African American Art and Artists

Arts patron and philanthropist Pamela Joyner (MBA 1984) sees her owns story in the works of artists of African descent that make up her extensive collection, which is currently touring the US. MORE

Jake Cusack
Taking Frontier Markets to the Next Level

Jake Cusack (MBA 2012) launched investment firm CrossBoundary to help companies explore business opportunities in developing markets where solid investments also lead to positive social impact. MORE

Ann Fudge
50 Years After King

Business icon Ann Fudge (MBA 1977) looks at the legacy of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and notes his death as the driver for her to make a difference as a business and nonprofit leader. MORE

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Working Knowledge
Is ‘Gut Feel’ a Good Reason to Invest in a Startup?

Most investments in startups should never be made, at least when using by-the-numbers reasoning. Associate Professor Laura Huang believes investors use gut instinct to manage the risk. MORE

Mike Wheeler
The Challenge of Negotiating Inside Your Company

APRIL 12, 2018 12:00–1:00 P.M. EDT
Our toughest negotiations are often with our boss, our colleagues, and sometimes even people who report to us. Professor Michael Wheeler will present strategies for meeting those challenges. Learn more and register.

Rethinking Retirement

Ibiye Harry, James McArthur, Lisa Cousins, and Matheus Riolfi
Career Resources
Facing a Transition? We Can Help.

Career transitions are more common than you might think, and HBS has the resources to help alumni navigate the process. Hear how 11 alumni made the leap. MORE

HBS Fund for Leadership and Innovation


Alumni who give annually to the HBS Fund for Leadership and Innovation keep the School on the cutting edge of management education. LEARN MORE

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